Burmese Rojak

Interesting Burmese “rojak”. In Thailand, the sauce comes separately. The prata and pulut hitam are of course pretty familiar to us in Singapore.

So Sweet!

I have no problems with the female host, but I think it would be a lot more interesting if this series on Myanmar street food could include a foreign male host interacting with the local girl.

Mohinga – Burmese mee siam

Monhinga can be considered the national dish of Myanmar. The main ingredients of mohinga include toasted rice powder, garlic, dried shallots and slicked onions, lemongrass, ginger, fish paste, fish sauce, and catfish. Like our mee siam, mohinga is served with beehoon. You can squeeze some lime juice and add chilli powder. Mohinga is still sold the way it was in Singapore 50 years ago.

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