NEPALI MOONG DAL/ NEPALI SPLIT MUNG DAL

NEPALI MOONG DAL/ NEPALI SPLIT MUNG DAL

I did not have much exposure to Indian food until I moved to Singapore and lived there for a short while. Strangely, the place where I got to taste some Indian food was...

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SWEET MUNG BEAN/ GREEN BEAN SOUP WITH BLACK GLUTINOUS RICE

SWEET MUNG BEAN/ GREEN BEAN SOUP WITH BLACK GLUTINOUS RICE

Mung beans are commonly used in Chinese cuisine as a sweet treat, where they are called 绿豆, literally means green bean. A little twist to this recipe is by adding black glutinous rice/sticky...

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RED TORTOISE CAKE WITH MUNG BEANS FILLINGS/ ANG KU KUEH

RED TORTOISE CAKE WITH MUNG BEANS FILLINGS/ ANG KU KUEH

Ang Ku Kueh is one of my favorite Chinese pastries. Ang means Red in Hokkian dialect and Ku means Tortoise and hence the translation of tortoise cake. Tortoise is a sacred creature to...

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