Mango Dessert
Jun02

Mango Dessert

The mango is known as the ‘king of fruit’ throughout the world.The name ‘mango’ is derived from the Tamil word ‘mangkay’ or ‘man-gay’. When the Portuguese traders settled in Western India they adopted the name as ‘manga’. Mangos originated in East India, Burma and the Andaman Islands bordering the Bay of Bengal. Around the 5th century B.C., Buddhist monks are believed to have...

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Japanese Edamame Soup Recipe
Oct10

Japanese Edamame Soup Recipe

Ingredients: Bean pods Onions Chicken stock Cream Salt Pepper Cut the pods on both sides. And wash the pods. Cut the pods into medium pieces. Clean the onions. Cut the onions into medium or small pieces. Take one cup a chicken broth. Salt the chicken stock to taste.(Or take the chicken stock concentrates). Put in the bowl 1 tablespoon of olive oil. Add the onions and fry for 3 minutes until translucent. Then add the bean pods and mix...

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Cream Of Salmon Soup
Sep22

Cream Of Salmon Soup

The term “salmon” refers to a variety of species that are all “anadromous” fish, which means they are born in fresh water rivers and streams, migrate to the ocean to mature and spend much of their adult life, and then return to the streams and rivers in which they were born to spawn (reproduce) and then die. Six types of salmon are consumed in the United States including: Atlantic, Chinook, Chum, Coho, Pink, and Sockeye Salmon. Of...

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Melon And Shrimp Salad
Aug19

Melon And Shrimp Salad

Ingredients: Melon Cucumber Shrimp Crabmeat Basil Cream Wash the melon. Cut melon into two halves and remove seeds with a spoon. Make the half a melon into a cup. Cut the melon pulp into small pieces. Remove the skin from the cucumber.  And cut cucumber into small pieces. Add the 1/2 tablespoon of salt to the water. Boil the shrimp for 5 minutes. Then clean shrimp from the shell. And cut the shrimp into small pieces. Mix all...

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Fried Crispy Eggplant
Jul15

Fried Crispy Eggplant

Asked to describe an eggplant, most would mention dark purple, glossy, and shaped like a very large teardrop. Eggplants are known as aubergines in other parts of the world, where they’re much more popular. India is said to be the native country of this strange-looking fruit – because that’s what it is, rather than a vegetable.Eggplants made their first appearance in Europe in the 14th century, and Thomas Jefferson...

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