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Review: Mos Burger – Singapore

Mos Burger Tryptych

Currently we are visiting a friend in Singapore, and one of the things we really wanted to do while we were here is to try out Mos Burger, a chain that is originally from Tokyo and supposedly very delicious! So after we gathered our Mos Burger crew we set out on an adventure to first […]

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Paneer

Home Made Paneer

Palak Paneer is one of my ultimate and always ordered Indian dishes. I love the creamy spinach purée and especially like the grilled cheese stuff that is inside the delicious sauce. That yummy cheese stuff is Paneer and its an Indian cheese. I thought that you could only get from speciality Indian shops, but I was […]

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Recipe: Pla Pad Cha

Pla Pad Cha

Pla Pad Cha / Pad Cha is a really delicious dish that represents everything “Thai”to me – spicy, saucy, sour and crispy. I first came across this dish at a small hut on the side of a late called Huay Tung Tao in Chiang Mai. It is served with a side of sticky rice which […]

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Review: North China Dumpling Restaurant

Chinese Dumpling Restaurant

I am a sucker for a dumpling. Especially the northern chinese-style fried dumplings. OH MAN. I love the crispy base and the chewy top. I love the really yummy vinegar and chilli that you dunk them in before eating. Mmmm! This love had been largely ignored while we have been back in Chiang Mai. But […]

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Healthy Feasting

Tasty Chilli

I am now in the process of cooking up a slew of tasty Mexican recipes for a new website. AWESOME. So far I have cooked 2 types of ‘chilli’, fajitas, guacamole, Mexican rice and….i think that’s it. What I like about Mexican food is that I can spice it up as much as I like…and […]

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Review: Bar Fry

Bar Fry

Like chips? Like chips with tasty toppings? Well if you are in Chiang Mai then I highly recommend making your way to Bar Fry. Mick and I checked out this place one evening with Mum when she was visiting and we all agreed it was super tasty. We were on our way to have a […]

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Kai Jiaow

Kai Jiaow

Kai Jiaow literally translates to crispy egg and that’s just what it is – crispy egg omelette. This is commonly found served with tomato and onion or minced pork as a filling, but as I didn’t have any pork when I made this, its the former version below. Make sure you only use vegetable oil […]

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Yum Neua – Thai Beef Salad

Thai Beef Salad

Yum Neua – Tasty Tasty Beef Thai translation – Yum = Spicy Salad; Neua = Beef This is one of Mick’s favourite dishes – it combines beef with salad and spice. Perfect! The only thing that could make this better for him would be if it somehow included beer too. Its a super easy dish […]

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Yum Tang Gwa – Spicy Cucumber Salad

Spicy Cucumber Salad

I have started cooking Thai dishes for publication on a website and I thought it fitting that these get posted on JurkTurtle too. First off the rank is Yum Tang Gwa. Its spicy, fresh and tasty. I think its a good side dish to have with something like a bbq or some grilled fish. Thai […]

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