EASY FISH STEW WITH HERB

EASY FISH STEW WITH HERB

Preparing a fish dish is also one of my favorite things to do at the kitchen. It usually doesn’t involve much messing around and long cooking time (as the case with all seafood)....

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AROMATIC CHOPPED BEEF

AROMATIC CHOPPED BEEF

This aromatic chopped beef is my husband’s super favorite beef dish. I actually didn’t know that he would like it that much at the beginning. I think what really perk up this dish,...

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EGGPLANT SALAD

EGGPLANT SALAD

Eggplant is so underused in our kitchen. It’s not because I don’t like them, but most of the time, I’m not sure what to do with them. I have posted several recipes with...

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SHRIMP STEW

SHRIMP STEW

Shrimp is one of my favorite seafood. I like to cook with seafood because they usually don’t take a long time to cook. In fact, it is very easy to overcook seafood like...

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BASIL OMELETTE

BASIL OMELETTE

Basil omelette is one of my favorite omelettes. I’ve always love eggs to begin with and often finding ways to utilize this cheap and amazing protein source into our meals. Using basil to...

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FISHERMAN'S SHRIMP WITH CHIVES/ 漁 家 炒 蝦 球

STIR-FRIED SHRIMP WITH CHIVES

When I’m looking for an easy and tasty recipe, I somehow always resort to stir-fry type of dish. Stir-frying is not only a type of cooking method done on vegetables. In Asian cooking,...

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COCONUT NOODLE SOUP / OHN-NO KYAUKSWE

COCONUT NOODLE SOUP / OHN-NO KYAUKSWE

This coconut noodle soup from Myanmar or known as ohn-no kyaukswe is not only a perennial favorite in Myanmar, it has become my favorite as well. The soup is made of coconut milk,...

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RICE NOODLES IN FISH SOUP / MOHINGA

RICE NOODLES IN FISH SOUP / MOHINGA

Like I don’t have enough noodle recipes already, here’s another one Mohinga or rice noodles in fish soup is a national dish of Myanmar. You know me, I just have to try out...

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AMETHA PUDEENA SAMOSA / BEEF AND MINT SAMOSA

AMETHA PUDEENA SAMOSA / BEEF AND MINT SAMOSA

You may hear people who have traveled to or tasted Burmese food said that Burmese cuisine is somewhat a hybrid of Indian, Chinese and Thai. If I may put it this way, Ametha...

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LEEK SOUP / PURRESUPPE

LEEK SOUP / PURRESUPPE

My mom likes to use leeks in cooking, not as main ingredient, but to flavor things up. When leeks are the main ingredient though, she doesn’t like it as much. I used to...

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SEAFOOD FRICASSEE

SEAFOOD FRICASSEE

The second recipe I tried after a success of making sous vide chicken by Korean celebrity chef Edward Kwon, was this seafood fricassee. Fricassee is a French term for stew. The popular fricassee...

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FISH AND SHRIMP SOUP WITH BASIL AND LEMON

FISH AND SHRIMP SOUP WITH BASIL AND LEMON

Fish and shrimp soup with basil and lemon was one of the soups that when I had it, it put a huge smile on my face. While the root of this soup is...

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