Oh No Khowsuey

Burma Burma Pantry

Prep Time: 8 mins  Cooking Time: 15 mins Serves: 3-4 Ingredients    Khowsuey Curry Paste: 100 gms Noodles: 150 gms Vegetables: 125 gms (Broccoli, Carrot, Babycorn, Zucchini, Beans) Condiments: Chilli Oil, Brown Onion, Spring Onion, Lemon, Peanuts, Fried Garlic Coconut Milk: 2 Tetra Packs Method 1. Add 100 gms Khowsuey Curry Paste to 100 ml boiling water. 2. Pour 200 ml coconut milk into the curry and let it boil for 3 mins. 3. Drop in the vegetables or meat to the curry. 4. Pour the Khowsuey curry over a bowl of noodles/rice of your choice. 5. Garnish with chilli...

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Steamed Corn with Hot & Spicy Burmese Seasoning

Burma Burma Pantry

Cooking Time: 12 mins  Serves: 2 Ingredients  Corn Kernels: 200 gms Butter: 1 tbsp Burmese Seasoning (Hot and Spicy): ½ tbsp Lemon: ½  Method 1. Place the corn in a steamer for about 8 to 10 mins. Alternatively, you can also boil the corn.2. Toss the steamed corn with butter, lemon juice and the Burmese Seasoning in a mixing bowl.

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Stir Fry Vegetables in Malar Sauce

Burma Burma Pantry

Prep Time: 10 mins  Cooking Time: 5 mins  Serves: 2  Ingredients Malar (All Purpose Burmese Sauce): 1 tbsp Red Chillies, fried: 2 nos Chopped Garlic:  ½ tsp Vegetables: 250 gms (Babycorn, Carrots, Asparagus, Broccoli, Bok Choy, etc.) Oil: ½ tbsp  Method                                                                                                                     1. Blanch the vegetables in boiling water for a minute, drain, & keep aside. 2. Heat oil in a pan, add in the fried chillies and garlic. Saute until the garlic is light brown. 3. Add the Malar Sauce to the pan with 2 tbsp of water. 4. Add the vegetables to the pan with the Malar Sauce and...

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Balachaung Athoke

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Prep Time: 25 mins  Cooking Time: 8 mins  Serves: 1-2 Ingredients Flat noodles, boiled: 1 bowl Balachaung (Spicy Relish): 2 tbsp Roasted Gram Flour: 1 tbsp Chilli Garlic Oil: 1 tbsp Turmeric Oil:  ½ tbsp Salt: As per taste  Lime: ½ nos Coriander leaves: Few Sprigs Rice / Corn Crisps: To garnish Method  1. Refresh the boiled noodles in hot water and drain.2. Place the noodles in a bowl. Top it up with both oils, salt, lime juice, roasted gram flour and Balachaung.   3. Garnish with rice or corn crisps and coriander.

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Tea Leaf & Avocado

Burma Burma Pantry

Recipe 3: Tea Leaf & Avocado  Prep Time: 8 mins  Cooking Time: 4 mins  Serves: 2 Ingredients  Plain Laphet or Spicy Laphet (Burmese Tea Leaf Dressing): 1 tbsp Green Tomato:  ½ nos sliced Cherry Tomatoes: 6  Pickled Jalapeno, chopped: ½ tsp Lime: ½  Salt: A pinch  Salad Oil: 1 tbsp Spring Roll Sheets: 2      Method  Cut the avocado into cubes & mix gently with all of the above ingredients. Cut the spring roll sheets into triangles and fry them alternately. You can bake them as well or use any other baked lavash. Spoon some of the avocado that...

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Tea Leaf Salad

Burma Burma Pantry

Prep Time: 8 mins  Cooking Time: 4 mins  Serves: 2 Ingredients Plain Laphet or Spicy Laphet (Burmese Tea Leaf Dressing): 1 tbsp Lettuce: 1 cup Tomato, sliced: ½  Green Tomato, sliced: ½  Cabbage, shredded: ¼ cup Burmese Crunchy Nuts Mix: 75 gms Or any mixed nuts of your choice (Peanuts, Pumpkin Seeds, Broad Beans, etc.) Sesame Seeds, roasted: ½ tsp Lemon: ½ Salt: A pinch Salad Dressing Oil: 1 tbsp  Method 1. Add veggies (Lettuce, Tomato, Cabbage) to a mixing bowl.2. Add in the Plain Laphet or Spicy Laphet (Burmese Tea Leaf Dressing).  3. Squeeze lemon wedges and mix gently...

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