Baya Kayaw/Burmese Yellow Split Pea Fritters From Priya of Priyaeasyntastyrecipes.
Baya Kyaw – Yellow Split Pea Fritters From Priya (Yallapantula) Mitharwal of Mharo Rajasthan’s Recipes.
She says that it became a prefect snack for the tea time and she had a hard time to stop her little one from eating too much.
Burmese Style Cucumber Salad From Kiran of Sumadhura
Kiran says that this is a simple and delicious Cucumber Salad. This is a very nice way to make the watery cucumbers tastier.
Burmese cucumber onion salad from Denny of Oh Taste n sees
Letho salad from Sweatha of curry leaf
According to Sweatha this salad is made with anything like veggies or meat whatever readily available along with rice or noodles and ogonori sea moss.
Ngayokekaung Chinye – Burmese-pepper-soup Denny from Oh Taste n See
Denny says that this soup is similar to south Indian rasam and warm and comforting…not too spicy though. The onions and garlic added great flavor to the soup.
Katen Joshi- Burmese Lentil Soup from Sweatha of Tasty curry leaf
According to Swetha this is simple comforting soup you can find in Burmese cusine.
Burmese Butter & Lentil Rice / Pe Htaw Bhut Htamin From Priya of Priyaeasyntastyrecipes
Thai-Burmese Curry Noodles (Khao Soi) From Sala of Veggie Belly
According her this curry noodles is a speciality of Chinese muslim traders in Chiang Mai, Thailand. Their cuisine is influenced by Burmese noodle Khao Soi, also spelled Khao Suey or Khao Soy, is also eaten in Myanmar or Burma and Laos. Burmese curry noodles, made of coconut milk broth, but use more Indian influenced spices like coriander and do not have the crispy noodle topping as in thai version.
Coconut rice / burmese style /Ohn Htamin from Srividhya of Vidhu’s kitchen/
Finally I end this round with up a sweet dish Sago in coconut milk/ Burmese-thai-malyai dessert from me.