Posts Tagged ‘turmeric’

vegetarian mohinga recipe : hsa*ba, myanmar cookbook

vegetarian mohingar

This is a recipe that my mother recalls eating during the nine days of the vegetarian festival. Each year on the first day of the ninth lunar month of the Chinese calendar, usually late September or early October, it was a tradition that the Chinese descendants followed in order to gain merit.

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rakhine moti recipe : hsa*ba, myanmar cookbook

As the name suggests, this dish of rice noodles and fish soup packs a punch. A perfect way to warm your cockles during the winter. It makes me think of mohingar as there are similarities, yet it has its own distinct taste. This dish comes from Rakhine state on the west coast of Burma.

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turmeric

turmeric

description The fresh root looks similar to ginger. When cut it is a bright orange in colour with an earthy, peppery aroma and a musky taste. Commonly sold dried and ground into a deep yellow powder which gives a distinct yellow colouring. In Burma, it is often used with fish or meat to deodorise strong…

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