The Myanmar Times
Saturday, 28 March 2015
The Myanmar Times
The Myanmar Times

Pinoy on a plate

This week marks Phyo's first attempt at Filipino fusion, taking on a pork dish and a papaya salad.

 

 

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La phet yay goes high class

The Rangoon Tea House on Pansodan Street is a delicious fusion of Yangon’s rich street food tradition and the city’s more recent trend towards boutique dining.

 

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Afternoon delight

Phyo discovers the timeless appeal of the humble scone, and puts a own local twist on the cucumber sandwich.

 

 

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Mix up lunchbox snacks with easy glass noodles

photo: Phyophoto: Phyo

Glass noodles are the main ingredient in this week’s recipes: Thai-style salad and Korean-style stir-fry. Both are simple 30-minute dishes.

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Mohinga made Aunty Kyu’s special way

My little daughter has been asking for mohingar at breakfast, lunch and dinner. That might be coming from her Burmese side.

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Fish and turmeric bring the taste of Inle at ethnic Shan chain

Turmeric has multiple medicinal purposes. At Inle Lake, the Inthar people believe it also provides protection against malaria and fever and thus incorporate it into their cuisine.

 

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Shan Noodles, Down Under

Phyo shares her recipe for Shan Noodles, based on ingredients that can be found in Australia.

 

 

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Burgers and the Buddha

This week we’re exploring the menu at Japanese fast food chain Freshness Burger, which recently set up on U Wisara Road in the shadow of the Shwedagon.

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Try these eggcellent nibbles for kids

Eggs are good when you cook them right, and people say that’s easy to do. But you have to know what you’re doing first.

 

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A grown-up way to eat hot dogs

Phyo shares a recipe for a dish she's dubbed "chicken-frank salad" that surely tastes better than it looks.

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