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How to make lor mai gai – Gourmet Chick post

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In the second of my three guest posts for my good friend Gourmet Chick (who’s away from her computer on holiday at the moment) today I’m going to direct you to my guest post with my recipe for lor mai gai or steamed glutinous rice in lotus leaves, a too-tired-to-cook freezer staple in our household.

If you’re interested in reading the first guest post, check out my instructions on how to make dumplings.

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  1. I ate this for brekkie in Singapore while working at the Pasir Laba military camp. They served it with hot and spicey chili sauce. Loved it!

    Posted by Dwacon® Texas Ranger
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    | July 2, 2012, 4:49 am

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