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Stir Fried Tofu with Bean Sprout and Oyster Mushroom

Stir fried tofu with mushroom and mushroom

One of my favorite vegetarian dishes that can be prepared really quick is stir fried tofu. Tofu is very healthy, it’s a great source of protein, and we can basically whip it up with just anything we would normally do with meat. I love the combination of firm tofu and bean sprout. It’s very subtle and

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Mushroom and Cashew Nut Rice in 15 minutes

Do you like cashew nut? We love it. It’s a favourite ingredient for every single one of us in the family. Cashew nut can be used in both sweet and savoury dishes. I love the crunchy texture and nutty flavour cashew nut bring into the dish. And so, this is another one of our favourite rice

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Easiest Sweet and Sour Vegetable

Can the same old trick surprise you every time? From my experience, cooking for my family and friends, I know the good recipe keeps everyone eyes curious and excited every single time. Just like a simple sweet and sour vegetable, with whatever vegetable of your choice, crisp and sizzle in the crimson lava of savory

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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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Cauliflower with Basil

I know we should not be eating deep fried food that much, but these crispy cauliflowers are seriously addictive. When I see the beautiful fresh cauliflower, I can’t help but imagine how the sweet juice leaks against the golden crunchy skin in every bite. And that’s how I have to immediately dip the white flowerets in

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Thai Banana Fritter

Banana fritters (Kluay Kaek) is an ultimate Thai street sweet snack. The usual scenes of the women selling and deep frying this crunchy treat are the common sights on the busy footpaths or street markets in Thailand. It is quite fascinating how these ladies manage to cook these delicious bananas on spot and sell them

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Bean Sheet Salad with Tofu

I bought packages of Bean Sheet noodle without knowing what to do with them. I am a noodle fan and always intrigue to try noodles in any shape and form. Though I have tried this kind of noodle before a number of times but I have no idea how to prepare them. Bean Sheet is a

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Eggplant and Mushroom Stew with Dill

Growing up in Northeast Thailand, I am quite familiar with Laos cuisine. When my dad took us on a hunting trip along Khong river, Thailand-Laos broader, we found ourselves sitting in a small shack with dried grass roof slurping on a hot spicy Pho or eating grilled fish with spicy Laos style chutney. The food

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Tom Yum Mushroom

I love when my husband come home and tell me that something smell good. “Something smell good from the outside, and I know it’s from our house.”, when he said this, it makes me happy. The smell of lemongrass, kefir lime leaves and galangal dispersed the air with aromatic perfume making my house feel more fresh

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Thai Red Curry with Pumpkin and Cottage cheese

I am in Vegetarian recipe trying period. Though I am not mastered and familiar with vegetarian recipes, I am taking up a big challenge cooking Yaseen birthday dinner party with all vegetarian dishes. So I tried adapting the famous Thai Chicken red curry to the vegetarian version with pumpkin and Paneer, an Indian cottage cheese

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