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Belly Pork, Shredded Bamboo Shoots and Roselle Leaf Curryခ်ဥ္ေပါင္ မွ်စ္ နဲ. ဝက္သံုးထပ္သားChaw Su will show you how to make this Belly Pork, Shredded Bamboo Shoots and Roselle Leaf Curry.
Cabbage with PorkFor good results, a wok or heavy, deep frying pan with rounded bottom should be used to facilitate tossing of vegetables over high heat.
Chilli Beans Belly Pork Curryဝက္သား ပဲငပိခ်က္Chaw Su will show you how to make this Chilli Beans Belly Pork Curry. It's simple, easy and looks delicious, I have to try this recipe.
Chinese Pork Sausage Masala Curryဝက္အူေခ်ာင္း မာဆလာအုပ္ခ်က္Chaw Su will show you how to make this Chinese Pork Sausage Masala Curry.
Crispy Roast Belly Pork Fried Riceအေခါက္ကင္ ထမင္းေၾကာ္Chaw Su will show you how to make this Crispy Roast Belly Pork Fried Rice. This recipe is an ideal for saving your left over Crispy Roast Belly Pork . Chaw Su wants you to leave some comments about her recipe and the result of your cooking.
Fried Hot and Sour Pork Crackling and Morning Glory Leavesဝက္ေခါက္ေၾကာ္ နွင့္ ကန္ဇြန္းရြက္ပဲငပိခ်ဥ္စပ္ေၾကာ္Chaw Su will show you how to make this Fried Hot and Sour Pork Crackling and Morning Glory Leaves.
Full Flavor Pork (THE BURMESE WAY) 
Luncheon Meat Fried RiceLuncheon Meat ထမင္းေၾကာ္Chaw Su will show you how to make this Luncheon Meat Fried Rice. Chaw Su wants you to leave some comments about her recipe and the result of your cooking.
Middle Country's Pork PacketsThe area between the great plain in the heart of Burma and the Shan Hills is called the Middle Country. Along its undulating expanses traders go in bullock carts to markets and festivals. They need to carry food packets. The banana leaf is a universal wrapper. Those used to it enjoy the aromatic flavor it adds to foods steamed or baked in it.
Pickled Bamboo Shoots and PorkPickled bamboo shoots sold as white, fermented, sour shoots have a characteristic aroma relished by Burmese. The sourness is offset with fresh fish to make a secondary accompaniment to rice. Upland people cook it more often with pork and thicken it to form a main accompaniment.
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