Papaya is considered to be one of the healthiest and nutritious fruit. Papaya juice contains antioxidants somewhat more effective than the antioxidant vitamin E.
"Es Alpokat, Es Alpukat or Es Apokay" is a must have when you visit your neighbourhood Indonesian restaurant, or make it something you must have
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Milo is a chocolate flavored drinks served locally in mamak stalls offering versions such as “Milo Dinosaur” (a cup of Milo with an extra spoonful
Lime Drink Recipe. Limes are packed with vitamin C – important for your immune system, especially in the cold and flu season. This recipe is a simple
Recipe for Soya Milk. Easy to make. Ingredients for Soya Bean Milk: 90 g. soya beans soaked for 4 hours ( Alternatively you may crack the soya beans before soaking.
Dried Roselle (hibiscus sabdariffa or grajiab daeng in Thai) is the dried hibiscus flower and is used to make nam grajiab in Thailand (see recipe below).
Refreshing tropical drink for warm weather. This drink is especially refreshing on a hot summer day. Pineapple Juice Drink. Recipe for Pineapple Drink
Iced chrysanthemum tea is one of the most popular drinks in Singapore, Malaysia and Thailand, available in markets and restaurants. It is made by steeping
r /> Cendol (English pronunciation: /?t??nd?l/) is a traditional dessert originating from South East Asia which is popular in Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore
Air Bandung (Rose Syrup Milk Drink) is made from rose syrup mixed with boiled water, evaporated milk and a few cubes of ice. It is sweet, yet refreshing when it’