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Makes 10
INGREDIENTS
flour
300 g whole wheat
½ tsp salt
to form a dough
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POTATO FILLING
and mashed
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1 tbsp ginger chopped
chopped
2 green chillies
r leaves chopped
3 tbsp coriande
1 tsp chilli powder
chopped
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the dough, combine
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and set aside.
mix all the
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ingredients in a
roll them
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10
into
dough
into equal circles.
onto a circle
filling and spread another
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cover with
of dough and then
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dough circle, then
used.
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on a
Repeat until all
one on both sides
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griddle, brush with with ghee and serve.
bread is crisp. Brush
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1 pinch salt
1 tablespoon oil
100ml water
if desired
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water, and
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or frying
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per
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the name
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noodle
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Malaysian-Chin
broth and its a
spices used are
fusion dish. The
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all
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paste, its really
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the ingredients
curry paste. Then
to make a spicy
milk and
cookup with coconut and crunchy
prawns
stock and add
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½ tsp brown sugar
½ tsp fish sauce
shi noodles
250g dried yellow
or egg noodles
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on, fresh or
prawns, with tails
frozen
80g bean sprouts
salt, to taste
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chilli seasoning,
flakes) to taste
of
handful
A generous
coriander leaves
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Serves 2-4 : 20 mins
Preparation
30 mins
Cooking time:
INGREDIENTS
le oil
½ tbsp vegetab
milk
400 ml coconut
or lemon juice
2 tbsp fresh lime
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inch
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1 tbsp oyster sauce
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and stir well to
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chilli flakes
ingredients well
1 tsp dried red
combine all the
up the rice
½ tsp freshly ground
but without breaking
white pepper
noodles too much.
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1 dashes of toasted
leaves
Fresh coriander
Serves 2-4 : 20 mins
to garnish
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paste:
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in warm water,
ms and rice noodles minutes before
for 20
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mushrooms.
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the garlic is just
in a wok
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colour.
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season with
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vinegar.
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rice
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noodles:
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1 tsp ginger, chopped
milk
250ml coconut
1 tbsp shrimp paste
1 red chilli, chopped
½ tsp dried chillies
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ays
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and
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until the crab turns cook for 1 minute, then add
and
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add in the
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and stir-fry for
coconut noodles
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in the chopped
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top of the coconut
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80g carrots, sliced
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5 clove garlic, chopped
chillies,
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3 coriander roots, or galangal
2cm cube of ginger,
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1 tsp kaffir lime
1 tbsp salt
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2 tbsp light soy
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1 tsp ground cumin
1 tsp turmeric
1/2 onion, chopped
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40ml coconut
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½ tbsp ginger,
2 clove garlic, crushed
15g lemongrass,
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1 red chilli, seeded
roughly chopped
1 tbsp shrimp paste
100g bamboo shoots
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80g sliced baby
250g squid rings
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50g closed cup
½ red pepper, sliced
50g bean sprouts
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1 tbsp fish
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1 tbsp granulated
2 red chillies, choppedchopped
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20 Thai basil leaves steamed
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