Popular food Santed pork with chilli & Basil leaves with Fried Egg. When it comes to fried pork chops made it. I would not know. The fried basil. Food is easy to eat. And can be purchased fresh from a five easy fried basil is considered one of Thailand's top level, you go on a regular basis. How do they do it. Basil Fried Pork Chop. The taste is sweet and a little salty and spicy, peppery taste. Basil aroma. I fried it with well balanced flavors.
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fried rice with shrimp is a good diet is very useful. Basil Rice is good nutrition. Rice, which is the time we take to make the stomach. It is known that the menu is fried rice as a side dish to eat food that does not need to participate. It can take many raw rubber pad insert. Such as shrimp or pork fried rice and chicken can be. Food is good. And useful to the body. Shrimp fried rice is delicious to taste a little salty, sweet, mild flavor that you would like to make a group lobbied intensely. I can squeeze the lemon juice into a delicious alternative.
Shrimp fried egg omelette is simple. All the eggs. The egg shell crackers. Beat egg whites and yolks into homogeneous. Then add the seasoning sauce, oyster sauce, milk and lemon juice, then set the pan on the stove. And the lard or oil is hot enough to fry until cooked to be edible yellow egg sheet. If oil fry the eggs until fluffy called.
One scrambled egg is about 90 calories of energy.