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Mango Coconut Boba Recipe

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Mango Coconut Boba Recipe

The summer heat is here! Enjoy a cooling and indulgent Mango Coconut Boba at home, made with our Boba Kit! Mango Coconut Boba Yield: 1 cup Ingredients:¼ cup Boba (From our Boba Kit)2 tbsp Black Sugar Syrup (From our Boba Kit)¾ cup frozen mangos½ cup coconut milk1 boba straw (From our Boba Kit) Directions: 1. Boil 500ml water, cook boba for 5 mins. 2. While boba cooks, blend mangos and coconut milk in mixer or food processor until smooth. 3. Scoop out boba into serving cup/glass. Rinse with cold water to cool boba. Drain all water. Mix boba with black sugar syrup. 4....

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Meal in Minutes: Jar Noodles Recipe

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Meal in Minutes: Jar Noodles Recipe

Whether it's a lunch, dinner, picnic meal, or office meal, this jar noodle is the perfect and hassel-free solution. You've got your proteins, carbs, meat--all in one jar! All you need is: instant rice noodle of your choice, some toppings, a glass air-tight jar, and boiling hot water!Jar Noodles Ingredients:2 Instant Rice Noodle Soup of your choice (like Mama Pho Ga Chicken Rice Noodle Soup, Mama Pho Bo Beef Rice Noodle Soup, or Mama Vermicelli Clear Soup)1/4 cup shredded chicken1/4 cup diced frozen veggies of your choice (peas, carrots, corn, etc)1 green onion optional1 egg optional1 piece beef jerky optionalBoiling hot...

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How to fold a chopstick holder from a wrapper

How to fold a chopstick holder from a wrapper

Here's a fun little skill to impress your friends next time when you're waiting for your sushi or ramen at the restaurant.

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To Slurp or Not to Slurp

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To Slurp or Not to Slurp

Is it rude to slurp when eating a bowl of noodles? Well, it depends. While slurping is considered bad table manners in the West, it's not always the case in Asia. If you're traveling to Korea or Japan, slurping is an acceptable behavior at the dinner table. In fact, it's an expression of gratitude to the host or the cook; when we slurp, it means we love the food. However, in China, people usually associate slurping with rudeness and gluttony, none of which is positive. So, if you ever find yourself in China, try to keep your slurping to a minimum.

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Cooking the Best Soy Sauce Noodles

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Cooking the Best Soy Sauce Noodles

This week, we're going to show you how to make the simplest, most delicious soy sauce noodles. This recipe has been in our family for the longest time, passed down from one generation to another. And now, we're showcasing it to the world. So, let's get started.Ingredients: 1 pack of plain noodles 2 tbsp light soy sauce 1 tsp sesame oil 1 tbsp minced garlic 3 tbsp oil 1 dash sugar 1 dash white pepper 1 tbsp chopped green onions Directions: Heat oil and sauté garlic until golden brown. Remove oil from heat.  Boil dry noodle in boiling water until...

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