The Myanmar Times
Sunday, 20 April 2014
The Myanmar Times
The Myanmar Times

For a festive holiday, add more sauce

While we celebrate the New Year, some of you will likely be staying at home to enjoy time with your family. Here are a few fun and delicious recipes that will please everyone including the kids.

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Italian and Asian restaurant to launch at Kokine swimming club

Plates of crispy shrimp tempura, sliced seasonal fruits and glasses of wine lured visitors’ eyes to the tables by the swimming pool.

 

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A no-fail family dinner

Prawns served with lots of pin sein leaves [Asian basil] and a liberal dose of several key spices makes for the perfect midweek meal.

 

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Pad Thai worth queueing for

Zon Pann Pwint goes in search of what she's been told are the best pad Thai noodles in all Bangkok.

 

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Easy on the eyes and big on taste

Easy Café is fast becoming a staple in the downtown dining scene, offering a simple menu and surroundings that offer respite from the midday sun.

 

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Turning up the heat with tofu

This sweet, sour and spicy salad with a Thai-style dressing is just the thing to whet your appetite as the mercury rises.

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Zucchini and bacon: a winning combination

Quick-cooking zucchini offers a fresh and delicious twist on one-dish summer meals – moreso when served up with bacon.

 

 

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To the last detail, a dinner fixed for romance

The new couples-night tasting menu at the Governor's Residence is designed to stimulate the mind and stir the senses.

 

 

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Sweet surrender: French patisserie hits the spot

La Tartine is a Yangon bakery offering about 25 kinds of French cakes and breads made with ingredients imported from France.

 

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Stealth health: nutritional and delicious

Our resident culinary expert Phyo shares some nutritious and economical banana breakfast recipes.

 

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