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  1. I eat this with green chilli paste. Boil water in a sauce pan and add a handful of green chillies. When the chillies soften, drain the water and pound them or mash them until a paste is formed. Add a clove or two of garlic if you like. It is very hot but I like it.

  2. Hi Su
    Thanks for your message. I like the sound of adding garlic to the green chillies – must try it next time.
    – Cho


    I never had burmese but that looks really good!

  4. Hi Julie
    Hope you’ll try some Burmese recipes and let us know what you think.
    – Cho

  5. Hi Cho,

    I just found out your site and it’s great! I always eat this with green chilli paste and of course with freshly minced coriander. Then it becomes “arr-pu-sharr-pu” 🙂


  6. oo tun min says:

    I am getting hungry as i had see the picture.I had apart so long time from father land and missing so much.

  7. can we make the same recipe with chicken instead of do reply.

  8. ok.thank you.

  9. i absolutely adore rakhine mote ti. Do you by any chance know how to make the atote version of rakhine mote ti? Also I have been trying to find a recipe for shwe yin aye. I have to get your cook book!! Thank you so much for this site!

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