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==Description==
 
==Description==
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'''Boothee-kyaw''' (Fried gourd) is a heavy snack that’s best eaten with hot and sour sauce.
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* Makes 4 servings.
   
Boothee-kyaw (Fried Gourd) is a heavy snack that’s best eaten with hot and sour sauce.
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==Ingredients==
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* 8 [[bananas]] or ¼ pound of [[gourd]]
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* 3 tablespoons [[rice flour]]
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* 1 tablespoon sticky [[rice flour]]
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* [[water]]
   
[[Image:image.jpg|right|Name of the Recipe]]
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==Directions==
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# Peel [[bananas]] or slice gourd in finger-length size.
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# In a bowl, combine [[rice flour]] and sticky [[rice flour]] with [[water]] until the mixture yields a thick paste.
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# Dip in and cover the [[banana]] or gourd in the paste and deep-fry.
   
===Ingredients===
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[[Category:Burmese Snacks]]
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[[Category:Banana Recipes]]
* 8 bananas or 1/4 pound of gourd
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[[Category:Rice flour Recipes]]
* 3 tablespoons rice flour
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[[Category:Recipes that need photos]]
* 1 tablespoon sticky rice flour
 
* water
 
 
===Directions===
 
 
Peel bananas or slice gourd in finger-length size. In a bowl, combine rice flour and sticky rice flour with water until the mixture yields a thick paste. Dip in and cover the banana or gourd in the paste and deep-fry. Makes 4 servings.
 
 
 
===Other Links===
 
 
==See also==
 
 
[[Category: Burmese Snacks]]
 
[[Category:Burmese Recipes]]
 
[[category:Banana Recipes]]
 

Latest revision as of 08:16, February 17, 2020

DescriptionEdit

Boothee-kyaw (Fried gourd) is a heavy snack that’s best eaten with hot and sour sauce.

  • Makes 4 servings.

IngredientsEdit

DirectionsEdit

  1. Peel bananas or slice gourd in finger-length size.
  2. In a bowl, combine rice flour and sticky rice flour with water until the mixture yields a thick paste.
  3. Dip in and cover the banana or gourd in the paste and deep-fry.
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