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Thai Cashew Nut Salad

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The weather has been very cool and gloomy. The inside of my house has not received any sunlight for two weeks now. It doesn’t rain that much, but the sky is really dark. Actually, I like this ambience. It seems awfully cozy and mysterious in a way. My mind wanders to a place like the

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Thai Shrimp Cake

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Thai cooking is one of the easiest cooking in the world. I’m not saying this because I’m from Thailand, but the fact is Thai cooking is quick and fuss-free when you understand the ingredients. We don’t usually spend an hour or two to make one dish. In most typical Thai cooking, we barely take 30

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Shrimp Toast with Sesame Seed

Shrimp Toast is a party pleaser. These golden bites are filled with savory, nutty flavor. As soon as they pop out of hot oil, they should be served immediately with sweet chili sauce. Shrimp toast recipe is pretty straight forward and simple. It can be easily whip up in less than 30 minutes for a last

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Thai Grilled Squid with Green Sauce

Hungry? Are you thinking… seafood? Maybe something on sticks drenching in a very refreshing green sauce? Thai grilled squid with green sauce Then hop on to Saffron Streaks for this… Thai grilled squid with green sauce I’m doing a guest post on Saffron Streaks today. If you haven’t known Sukanya and her flavourful blog already then check

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Son-in-Law Eggs (Kai Look Koey)

When I cook “son-in-law eggs”, it actually makes me giggle the entire time. Frankly, the name of this dish cracks me up in the weirdest way. Son-in-law egg is a famous Thai dish, it can be served as snack or devoured with some hot jasmine rice. The wonderful combination of crispy, deep fried boiled eggs and

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Turkey Bacon Wrapped Apple Salad

Very few people can resist the temptation of hot and crisp bacon. As we do not eat pork in our home, so turkey bacon is the wonderful substitute to the indulging slaps. I am so happy to have the smell of bacon warm my home in the morning. The fat scorches against the pan, while

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Chicken and Peanut Spring Rolls

It is always a good idea to have dried, rice wrapper or spring roll wrapper stored in your pantry. It is like a magic ingredient that allows you to make a delicious snack/appetizer in minutes. I also love how they look so delicate and transparent which let us have a sneak peak of what is

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Curry Puff

Ramadan season gives me the luxury of time to explore the world, my schedule are filled with prayers, new adventures, books, and time for myself. I have a lot of time to think and do every single thing that I usually jump in too soon. The late afternoon when everything is in place and the superb

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Sweet and Spicy Dried Squid

Have you ever tried dried squid? Squid are spread over bamboo sheet and let to dehydrate and dried in sunlight. It becomes flat, brown, salty, fishy treat. There are many forms of dried seafood we indulge in Asia, whether it is shredded squid, grilled dried quid or deep fries, they are making great snacks for drink

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Chinese Cabbage Wrap with Groundnut Sauce

Garlic, ginger, white pepper, salt and soy sauce… that are all we need to compost a comforting warmed oven grilled chicken. I love the way the flavors dance in our months and the succulent meat melt away. However, when a small family like ours makes an effort of grilling a whole giant bird, no matter

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