Thabuot is the Burmese word for "Luffa", a kind of vegetable used for cooking. While living in Germany, I searched for this vegetable, but I never found some even in Asian stores.
In the Philippines, my home country we also eat this vegetable with "Misua", a flour noodle and we call this in my country Patola . (Please see related article and Pictures on Patola)
Tamper refers to the small, pestle-like device with a round, flat end used to distribute and compress the ground coffee inside the filter basket.
Tortilla refers to Spanish omelet which is made traditionally with potato and onion. Tortilla is also a mexican term for a thin, flat unleavened bread made of masa for corn tortillas or harina (flour) for flour tortillas.
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Pesara Pappu Pulusu refers to a dish from Andhra Pradesh which is a spicy soup made of pulses, onions, . . . Read More
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