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Shrimp Paste (Kapi, Belacan, Terasi) | The Foodist

Shrimp Paste (Kapi, Belacan, Terasi) | The Foodist | The Foodist | Scoop.it
Shrimp Paste, in Thailand called Kapi, in Malaysia Belacan and in Indonesia Terasi or Trassi, is an essential ingredient in many South-East Asian cuisines.
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Indian Rice Porridge Jeeraka Kanji | The Foodist

Indian Rice Porridge Jeeraka Kanji | The Foodist | The Foodist | Scoop.it
Jeeraka Kanji is a Rice Porridge (ganji) from India and mostly eaten as a Ramadan soup for fast-breaking (Iftar), by Indian Muslims.
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Drunken Noodles | The Foodist

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The name Drunken Noodles (Thai: Pad Kee Mao) for this hot & spice Thai stir-fry recipe is more than misleading, as this Thai noodle dish didn`t contain even a single drop alcohol.
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Creamy Thai Squash Curry Soup Recipe | The Foodist

Creamy Thai Squash Curry Soup Recipe | The Foodist | The Foodist | Scoop.it
Th recipe for a creamy Thai squash curry soup is assigned to the new or modern Thai cuisine. We found the recipe in a Thai cuisine magazine and modified it.
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Chili con Carne Recipe | The Foodist

Chili con Carne Recipe | The Foodist | The Foodist | Scoop.it
Certainly the recipe for Chili con Carne is one of the most controversial recipes and the origin of this Tex Mex dish is full of legends...
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Chee Cheong Fun with Chinese Sweet Sauce Recipe | The Foodist

Chee Cheong Fun with Chinese Sweet Sauce Recipe | The Foodist | The Foodist | Scoop.it
Chee Cheong Fun served with a savoury Chinese sweet sauce, called Tim Jeong, are a very popular breakfast in Singapore and Malaysia...
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