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Vietnamese Green Papaya Salad/Gỏi đu đủ

…to make Thai green papaya salad Som tum or Som Tam, which is popular in Laos and Issan region of northeastern Thailand. Whenever I buy green papaya I end up making thoran/stir fry and curries with them. As a result I never happened to make a papaya salad.  Green papaya salad is consumed in Thailand as Som Tam, where as in Cambodia it becomes bok l’hong  and in Vietnam it is Gỏi đu đủ. I noted while reading that the Thai version of Som tam us…

Flavors of Cuisine: Thai Event coming at Zesty South Indian Kitchen

…e Flavors of Cuisine event started by Julie of Erivum Puliyumm. We are going to explore the delicious dishes of Thailand. I would love to visit Thailand and enjoy its cuisine. Until I can make that trip, I can enjoy its cuisine by trying it in my kitchen. So I am welcoming all of you to join me in this culinary journey.  Bring all your delicious Thai dishes. The event rules are as follows-1.The event runs for the period of one month (1st of May…

Roti Gulay/Thai Banana Roti/ Thai banana pancake

…erala dishes. However, just like Indian dishes only a few Thai dishes are available in the restaurant outside Thailand like red curry, yellow curry green curry, mango sticky rice similar to saag paneer( spinach with cottage cheese), baingan ka bhartha(Spicy mashed eggplant), mutter paneer( Green peas with cottage cheese), Aloo gobi( potato cauliflower curry) etc at Indian restaurants. These dishes which are available at most restaurants makes…

Thai Pineapple Fried Rice/Khao op sapparot

…hai pineapple fried rice (Khao op sapparot in  Thai). This version of Thai fried rice is from the southern part Thailand, where its cuisine had influence from India and Malaysia.  This pineapple fried rice was in to my do to list for a long time. I also find similarities in the style of cooking as it uses curry powder like Indian cooking.  This recipe requires day old cooked Thai Jasmine rice. So I cooked jasmine rice yesterday, since I did not k…

100% Whole Wheat Bread with Oatmeal and Raisins

When I used to shop for bread, I would always look for the label 100% whole wheat. Nowadays I am not buying bread from outside and making it at home. One of my New Year resolutions is to bake my entire bread at home. Till now I have made bread with 75% whole wheat and the remaining part being bread flour. Last week I borrowed a book from library “Peter Reinhart’s Whole Grain Breads: New Techniques, Extraordinary Flavor “. I like his boo…

Hearth and Soul blog hop: August 2nd week

jam labels

…tikka masala from real homecookedfood 4)Coronation chicken from 21st Century housewife Here is very cute jam label as DIY and gift ideas from homecookingmemories Please link to any one of the host sites, April of 21st Century Housewife and Swathi of Zesty south Indian Kitchen We will also appreciate if you like and join our social media by that way you can keep in touch with us more. 21st Century Housewife ‘s social media Faceb…

AWED- BURMA Event Announcement

…country Burma: Golden Land of Pagoda’s. Burmese cuisine is influenced by all its neighbors, Indian, Chinese and Thailand cooking. However, Burma has its own characteristic way of cuisine preparations, distinct flavors and even variations in regional cuisines. Read more from here.  Burmese cuisine is famous for their salads which are considered as their fast foods and very poular. Beans, seafood, meat and poultry are major source of protein. Like…

Sago in coconut milk/ Burmese-Thai-Malyai dessert

…ysia it is Sago gula Melka/ Sago in palm sugar syrup and coconut milk. When it crossed the borders and reached Thailand it is Kleo Boo Chee / Sago pudding in coconut milk and slices of banana or other fruits. In Burma it is thar-gu ohn nyot/ Moh Let Saung and in Vietnam it is Che dau xanb where moong beans, bananas and sometimes root vegetables are added. Any way they are rich, luscious creamy dessert usually served chilled .An excellent way t…

Bael fruit Tea

Bael fruit tea 2

…ad from here. My grandma used to tell me stories from Hindu mythology. Not only in India, is Bael fruit used in Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia, Australia, French and Portugal. I got a packet of dried bael fruit from vitacost. I decided to try tea with bael fruit/Nam Matoom, for that you need boil 4 dried bael fruit with water until it changes into brown color.  I didn’t add any sugar as my diabetic hubby can enjoy it. If you want you can add sugar…

AWED: BURMA Round Up.

…Sala of Veggie Belly According her this curry noodles is a speciality of Chinese muslim traders in Chiang Mai, Thailand. Their cuisine is influenced by Burmese noodle Khao Soi, also spelled Khao Suey or Khao Soy, is also eaten in Myanmar or Burma and Laos. Burmese curry noodles, made of coconut milk broth, but use more Indian influenced spices like coriander and do not have the crispy noodle topping as in thai version. Coconut rice / burmese s…

Karimbu Juice: Sugarcane Juice

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…erate to tropical regions of South Asia. Brazil is the largest producer of Sugarcane, followed by India, China, Thailand, Pakistan and Mexico. When raw, sugarcane is a naturally low – cholesterol, low-sodium food that contains no saturated fats.. Sugarcane juice is the part of the plant that is actually consumed or sucked out, as whole sugarcane is very fibrous. Sugarcane juice has a glycemic index of 43, which, according to the American Di…

Khanom Krok / Thai Coconut-Rice Pancakes

…I can do that. Coming back to recipe, Khanom Kork, is a coconut rice pancakes and also famous street snacks of Thailand. I have a weakness towards, Thai cuisine, also to street food. I feel if somebody makes living out if then it should be good, otherwise nobody will buy. I am planning to make this pancake for long time. Every time when I watch YouTube video, I will be thinking that, I am going to make it today. But something always comes in bet…

Pulihora/Puliyodharai/Tamarind Rice: Temple Style

…ard one, you need to soak more than hour to get some juice out of it.  So nowadays I buy only wet tamarind from Thailand, they are soft and easy to extract juice. I microwave little tamarind balls with ½ cup of water for 15 seconds and extract the juice.  I have seen fresh tamarind in stores selling Latin-American stuffs. However it is too expensive, I will buy some to make some tamarind candy some time.   I have to try few recipes with tamarind…

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