Rice cakes
Delicious rice cakes will appeal to lovers of Asian cuisine. They are great as a side dish for soup instead of bread and are ideal for those who cannot eat…

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Thai spring rolls
Our compatriots, having returned from Thailand, are sure to talk about what they tried there and what they did not dare to try. It seems that not a single tourist…

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What is the use of coconut
In the mid-twentieth century, coconut water was used as a short-term substitute for blood plasma, because the juice of an intact nut is absolutely sterile and has all the necessary…

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peeled shrimp

Beef Rendang

This indonesian and malay dish is most aboriginal
called festive. Beef, coconut milk and lots of spices are stewed together,
sometimes a few hours, after which the rendang is served (of course, along with rice and a bunch of snacks)
to a wedding table or during big celebrations. Although in modern society it may well
be prepared and just for a Sunday family dinner. If you have a slow cooker at home
(slowcooker), preparing a rendang will be even easier. Continue reading

What is the use of coconut
In the mid-twentieth century, coconut water was used as a short-term substitute for blood plasma, because the juice of an intact nut is absolutely sterile and has all the necessary…

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Gooey rice
Thus, rice is boiled in Thailand. It is eaten as an accompaniment to any meal, along with any dishes - from eggs and meat to soups and vegetables. In addition,…

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Thai Banana Tortilla
A banana flat cake is perhaps the most popular Thai dessert. And the real street food: in Thailand, it is cooked on the street, on a mobile stove. If you…

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