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Rice balls with coconut dressing Rice balls with coconut dressing is a traditional Myanmar food from Myeik, the southern region of Myanmar. It is usually stuffed with palm sugar and peanut. The receipe is similar to another Myanmar food, Mote Lone Yay Paw, but it is often served with pearl sago and coconut dressing. So this is a perfect receipe to make and share during Myanmar New Year as a variation to a more popular food Mote Lone Yay Paw.
Rice balls Ingredients • glutinous rice flour – 400 g • rice flour – 100 g • water – 400 ml • Red and gren food colouring, as optional. Pork Curry with Pone-Yay-Gyi This is a very original Myanmar recipe cooked with Pone-Yay-Gyi paste, a traditional Myanmar ingredient. You can get a fresh Pone-Yay-Gyi paste when you are in countryside, which is a very tasty, special countryside treat! But you can get away with ready made Pone-Yay-Gyi paste from super markets in Myanmar and still get the same result. It will be a miracle to find a ready made Pone-Yay-Gyi paste aboard, but, if you do come across it, I suggest you do not waste your fortune and cook this wonderful receipe!
Ingredients: • pork belly – 400 grams • 2 large onion, chopped • 2 cloves garlic, chopped • 1/2. Fish Rice Cake (Shan style) Foods from Shan state are very popular in Myanmar. This is a popular Shan styled rice cake receipe where rices are mixed with fish and potato to make a cake. Though it is called “Sour Shan Rice” in Myanmar language, the receipe tastes only slightly sour but it’s usually smooth and sweet! The rice cake is often eaten as a breakfast or as a snack. Some may even prefer to eat the dish as a main course. The receipt can be cooked in matter of minutes.
Let’s see how it is done. Ingredients • mrigal – 250 g (cut into large pieces) • 3 tomatoes, sliced • 1 tbs fish sauce • 2 large potatoes, boiled unt.
Shan Noodle Shan Noodle is one of my favorite foods. It is really delicious. My hubby and I usually eat for breakfast or as a snack in the afternoon. Shan Noodle is originally come from Shan State which is the eastern part of Myanmar. Shan Noodle cooking is simple, just mix together boiled noodle, chicken curry, tomato paste, peanuts and spring onion and eat!
Usually serve with vegetable pickles and fried pork rips. Ingredients • 200 gram of chicken (or) pork, chopped • 1 pack of dried shan noodle • 1 large onion, chopped • 3 cloves of garlic, chopped • 1 ts of ginger, chopped. Rice Balls (Mote Lone Yay Paw) Mote Lone Yay Paw is a traditional sweet rice balls. The name says food that float on water, in Myanmar language.
It is usually stuffed with palm sugar. The food is often served during the celebration of Myanmar New Year which is also know as Thingyan Festival. During the festival, which includes throwing water at each other, some youngsters, in sprite of teasing each other, stuff hot chillies in rice balls instead of palm sugar. Mote Lone Yay Paw is often served with grated coconut. Ingredients • glutinous rice flour – 800 g • rice flour – 200 g • coconut – 1 (grated) • water – 1 cup • Apple flavor color – 1.
Noodle with Fish Soup (Mote Hin Gar) In Myanmar, Noodle with Fish Soup is known as Mote Hin Gar. Mote means Noodle. And Hin Gar means soup. Mote Hin Gar is one of favourite breakfasts in Myanmar. We can buy mote hin gar from teashop, street shop and market every morning. Torent Dragonshard. It sells between 200 kyats to 500 kyats. Mote Hin Gar soup is made with cat fish.
It is sweet and tasty. I learnt Mote Hin Gar soup recipe from my Aunty. She is a good cook and I love her cooking style.
Now let me explain the recipe step by step. Navicat Data Modeler Mac Keygen Software. Mote Hin Gar Ingredients • 1Kg thin rice noodle • 640g cleaned cat fish • 1 sliced banana stem (outer layers discarded, inner part sliced).