Thai noodles
INGREDIENTS Water - 200 ml Coconut milk - 200 ml Lemon zest - 20 g Mushrooms - 50 g Shrimp in brine - 200 g Tom Yam pasta - 2…

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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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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…

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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

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…

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Thai salad with chicken, shrimp and pineapple
INGREDIENTS 400 g boiled chicken 200 g boiled shrimp 0.5 fresh pineapple 1 head of lettuce 1 onion 2 branches of parsley and mint 1 lemon 2 tbsp vegetable oil…

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Phad Thai with Shrimp and Rice Noodles in Tamarind Sauce
Tamarind is such an Asian tree. Long pods with beans are collected from it. Their flesh is edible and very healthy. Improves digestion! From sour and immature tamarind make pasta.…

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