5 thoughts on “Countryside Asian Cooking-1

  1. Love the video.better than some cooking shows on TV. Learnt a new dish papadam with fried curry leaves, chilies and peanuts. That will be on my dinner menu next post corona party.

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  2. Thanks Sam for this beautiful and” mouth watering “post.As you say, it is very tastefully done and I can almost feel the ambience and smell the food.In other words ,Utopia.I never knew that Aloe vera had so many culinary uses.!

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  3. I have seen my mother cooking in clay pots with wood fire – before the kerosene cooker came into the market . The curries taste better when cooked in clay pots. The Malays & Chinese still cook some dishes in clay pots. Eg: Clay-pot rice with chicken or pork.& soy source – .One of my favorite – Yumm..
    Watching the girl cooking made my mouth water. Her husband will be a lucky fellow.

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  4. Dear Sam
    Thank you fur this wonderful post . The recipes were mouth watering and I realised that I had never tasted papaw curry ( I think that was one of them ) . The finished products look yummy and tasty. I had never tasted that Thibbotu Mallun with sprats and would love to prepare that if I can get hold of some of them
    next time I am in SL. It was good to see step by step instructions . I think more of our colleagues should post things like that so that others can try.
    Praxy

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