Two weeks with family and friends mean non-stop eating. I don’t usually remember to take pictures of my food because they go straight to my mouth. But since I started my blog, I try to remember to take pictures.
Located between China and India, Burmese food has Chinese and Indian influence.
Samosa Salad (Sa-mu-sa thote)
Samosas and falafel with boiled chickpeas, shredded cabbage, tomato, boiled potatoes, and shallots served with warm soup made from chickpeas powder and masala. Garnished with mint leaves, tamarind liquid, and chili flakes.
Rice noodle (MeeShay)
Rice noodle with meat sauce. It is a speciality of Shan State. But it is originated from China from Yunnan province and is called Mi Xian.