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Rice Dumpling Stuffed with Split Moong Beans

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It’s still dark when I woke up in the morning. The air was really chilly, too, because last night we left the windows opened. I went to the kitchen and put a pot of water on the stove. We still don’t have water heater, you know, so I need to boil some water for Yaseen

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Mini Banana Spring Rolls

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If you’ve been with us for a while, you probably know that we just love deep-fried food. We deep fry everything, from Oreo to a whole big fish. The other day, Yaseen even invented his version of Deep Fried Marshmallow, which I’m going to share a recipe with you soon. And although we always try to

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Thai Coconut Pudding

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So I haven’t told you guys that Sadik might be gluten intolerant. He hasn’t officially been tested, but after talking to his doctor about certain allergies, we are kind of sure about it. The first thing my husband said when he doubted that he might be allergic to gluten was he’s gonna miss all the

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Creamy Potato Custard

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I don’t cook potatoes that often because no one in this house really likes potatoes. Sadik thinks they give him gas. Yaseen only eats potatoes if they are fries or chips. But when I go to the market and I see a mountain of newly harvested potatoes that look wet and cover in mud, I

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Pumpkin Muffins

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Sadik and I plated pumpkin seeds in the pots 3 weeks ago. They sprouted very quickly and now the tiny plants have thick luscious green leaves. Our obsession with growing stuff seems to increase every day since we worked on our small balcony. Now we have dill, basil, red spinach, and even a small kumquat

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Steamed Rice Balls with Coconut

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I always wonder why we called coconut grater “Kra Tai Khood Ma Praw” in Thai. It basically means a rabbit for grating coconut. I couldn’t find any connection between coconuts and rabbits whatsoever. And rabbits don’t eat coconut, as far as I know. Anyway, in Asian households, we cook with coconut a lot. Coconut is used

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Steamed Tapioca and Coconut Cake

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We were back from our south India road trip about 5 days ago, and finally I got my internet back. It’s time to get back to telling you guys about our trip and the delicious recipes we have been cooking. I will talk about the trip later, and there are going to be a lot

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Thai Fried Sweet Potato

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I first tasted Lays potato chips in middle school. It’s not like I didn’t eat snacks when I was younger. I ate a lot actually. They’re just not in the glossy packages and sold in supermarkets. I bought my snacks from hawkers and street stalls. These snacks were produce-driven food. They’re seasonal, fresh and hot.

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Butter and Sugar Toast

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Butter should be used instead of an alarm clock to wake people up. I hate the high pitch ringing that arrogantly rocks my house every 6 am. But I think we should wake people up in the gentle ways. Something soft like butter, maybe, can persuade my family to get out of bed easily. It’s simple.

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Sprinkle Cookies

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If you followed us on Tes at Home Facebook Page, you’d know that Sadik was on the mountains in the north of India for over a week. It’s his annual ritual. He has to go up there every year. Traveling opens up our mind. I love how it makes us positive and allows us to

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