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Vietnamese Green Papaya Salad/Gỏi đu đủ

…g 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 u…

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

…he 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

Thai cuisine is the one I love after Indian cuisine. May be it is because of the use of coconut milk in Thai cooking which remind me about Kerala 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…

Thai Pineapple Fried Rice/Khao op sapparot

We had a quiet Memorial Day weekend, which included regular shopping and house cleaning. Also I made this Thai 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 cooki…

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

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  Welcome to the Hearth and Soul Hop! we are looking forward to recipes using healthy ingredients, family and comfort food recipes, real, local and sustainable food, organics and gardening but we will now also be asking you to share your posts on family, kids, crafts, homemaking and DIY as well as any posts about healthy living . Encouraging and inspiring posts are welcome too. We the hosts at Hearth and Soul care very deeply about this…

AWED: BURMA Round Up.

I was curious to learn about new cuisines of the world, so when I got an opportunity I choose Burmese cuisine. It is mostly unraveled cuisines according to me. My heartfelt thanks to the courageous food bloggers, who accompanied me in this journey of unraveling the Cuisine of Land of Golden Pagoda. Here come the recipes Snacks Baya Kayaw/Burmese Yellow Split Pea Fritters From Priya of Priyaeasyntastyrecipes. According to Priya these fritt…

Sago in coconut milk/ Burmese-Thai-Malyai dessert

If you need to make a quick dessert, try this one. I found it this week as I was searching for quick dessert recipes. When I was searching for desserts with sago pearls/sabudana, I was quite surprised to see that it is used in all of south East Asian countries. In Malaysia 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 s…

Karimbu Juice: Sugarcane Juice

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During summer months in Kerala my hometown there are various fruit juices that are available to beat the heat. Most common is tender coconut water, watermelon juice and sugarcane juice. Then there is Pineapple juice, Nonku (Ice apple, Palmyra palm fruits or toddy palm fruits). Appa used to buy this karimbu juice/Sugarcane juice for us. Since I don’t have a particular machine to extract the juice of Sugarcane in my home, I used my trusted blende…

Vazha Koombu Thoran/ Banana Blossom Flower Stir Fry with Coconut

This is one of the dish makes me nostalgic. In our home town, there is proverb that chakkum mangaum aru masam pinnae angine engine aru masam means with jackfruit and mangoes dishes for six months of the year and then rest of year of the made with veggies from here and there. In rural Kerala, southern part of India buying vegetables was not a common practice earlier, and made dishes for lunch/dinner from the veggies and trees planted in th…

AWED- BURMA Event Announcement

  Photo courtesy from myanmartravelinformation.com  I am happy to announce that I will be the guest hosting this month’s AWED started by Divya. You can read more about her and her easy recipes from her blog. I was always enthusiastic about the world cuisines so when I asked DK about hosting AWED, she immediately agreed. She inspires others to cook with easy and simple steps.  This month we are going to our neighboring country Burma: Golden L…

Gongura pappu/ Pulicha keerai kootu/ Lentil stew with Roselle /Florida cranberry /Indian Sorrel leaves

Last week was really bad one for me; as my daughter got high fever and the first time in her 4 years she told me, my tooth is aching. Poor girl could not sleep even with two doses of Tylenol.  On the top of it my mobile won’t work in the morning. It said no service. I fell in love with AT&T for their world class service? Dropping my calls and also not providing the service when it is most needed. Since my phone doesn’t want to work, I…

Pulihora/Puliyodharai/Tamarind Rice: Temple Style

My boy has been adventurous these days, and yesterday he bumped his forehead which results in a big bump, making my heart beat at a high rate.  I called our family friend who is a pediatrician and asked her what to do, she told us to keep ice and watch for him for any throw up. If not it is fine. He was okay and able to walk around with little blue bump. Today morning while I am cleaning my kitchen he came to help me and in return he got bru…

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