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How To Make Wonton Dumplings

These dumplings are great as a tasty snack, and can even form the base of other recipes such as a dumpling noodle soup. They are easy to make once you get the hang of rolling them, and are filling and delicious. In this recipe we just ate them garnished with fried garlic oil with some soy sauce for dipping.   …

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How To Make Fish Balls

Fish balls are a common component of many Thai and Asian recipes. They can be eaten is a variety of ways, including frying, boiling, or grilling, and go well with soups, noodles, or just on their own with a good sauce. They are very simple to make at home, so why buy them in a store when you make a …

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How To Make Egg Tofu

Although tofu is readily available and low cost, it is well worth considering making your own. The tofu we have made ourselves tastes better, is fresher, and smells less eggy. It is also very easy and quick to make, so follow this recipe and have fresh tofu ready to go whenever you want it!   We hope you enjoyed this …

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How To Make The Perfect Steamed Rice

Using good quality rice that has been steamed just right can really improve your enjoyment of a meal. Likewise poorly cooked low quality rice can ruin your meal. By following these simple steps and investing in a rice cooker and good quality Thai jasmine rice, you will greatly enhance the taste of your Thai cooking! We hope you found this …

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How To Make Sticky Rice In A Microwave

Sticky rice is a great accompaniment to many popular Thai dishes, particularly grilled meats. It is sticky and chewy and I personally much prefer it to ordinary rice. This is a just a quick guide to show you how to make great tasting sticky rice at home using just a microwave (in case you don’t own a steamer!) Be careful …