Tuesday, July 22, 2014

In Burmese cuisine, Khow suey

In Burmese cuisine, Khow suey is a noodle dish.
It is a one-dish soup meal made of noodles served with a delicately flavored coconut milk sauce. It is served with a variety of different condiments or toppings.
It is a full meal by itself.
A quick Khow suey gravy| sauce . . . 
For that start by heating oil and sauté the chopped onions, garlic, ginger, lemon grass, turmeric powder, coriander powder and cumin powder till the onions appear soft.
You will also need boiled veggies like baby corn, broccoli, carrot, french beans and cauliflower. One could add cut pieces of mushrooms, and tofu.
Make a paste of roasted chana dal powder (daliya dal ) with water.
Add the coconut milk, little sugar, salt, the chana dal paste and boiled vegetables.
Switch off the heat then add lime juice.
Serve this coconut gravy with boiled noodles and toppings of
chilly oil, cut spring onions, crushed roasted peanuts, boiled moong
sprouts, lime wedge, fried onions n garlic.


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