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Bananas with sticky rice

12. January 2011

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On weekends, I like to go to shopping and look for new things to use in my recipes. I found the bananas leaves in the frozen section of my local supermarket and it reminded me of a dessert made with banana leaves known as Khao Tom Mat (also called Khao Tom Mat is a native […]

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Delicious Cauliflower

12. January 2011

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Ingredients for 6 servings – 1 head cauliflower – 1 cup good quality olive oil – 1 tsp salt – 2 Tbs minced garlic – 2 Tbs chopped parsley Separate cauliflower into flowerets and cook just until tender. Drain and keep warm. Heat the oil and salt in a pan and cook garlic and parsley […]

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Thai Shrimp fried rice

11. January 2011

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Thai fish

11. January 2011

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How to Choose Rice Cooker or Steamer

10. January 2011

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It’s important to educate yourself so you purchase the correct rice cooker. Most all models will cook mainstream rice well enough. With more expensive models come life-improving features. Types of Rice Cookers There are 3 levels of sophistication across all rice cooker lines: – Basic – More refined design with a better housing and a […]

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Pumpkin in Coconut Milk

10. January 2011

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Thai dessert menu, you can do it easily. Many Thai desserts involve cooking rice, sticky rice or flour in sugar and coconut milk. However, pumpkin in coconut milk belongs to a class of dessert called ‘gang buad’, which refers to cooking vegetables, legumes or fruits in coconut milk with sugar. Preparation 1 cup water 1/2 […]

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Ka Noom Jean Namdang(Chicken Noodle Volcano)

9. January 2011

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Bai toey Drink (Nam Bai toey)

8. January 2011

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This is one kind of Thai green plant. When you pulp it in water, it makes the water green and releases a bubblegum like flavor. This drink is a completely natural taste without any of the artificial flavors of factory made drinks! Ingredients – 20 grams Bai Toey – 250 ml Water – 120 grams […]

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Cumin

7. January 2011

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Scientific Name: Cuminum cyminum Biological Background: A seasoning that is the principal ingredient of curry powder, a blend of powdered Indian spices. Cumin is a member of the parsley family and cumin seeds resemble caraway seeds. The aromatic seed has a characteristic strong, slightly bitter taste. Traditionally cumin has been used to flavor cheese, unleavened […]

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Rad Nah Noodle

7. January 2011

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