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Take a coffee break, but make it extra! Our obsession for everything chocolate is pretty obvious by now, so here’s how we’re getting our coffee and chocolate fix in one cup with our friends at @kcroasters — Frozen Mocha. What you need : • KC Roasters COLDBREW • Xoco57 milk chocolate callets • Steamed milk • Condensed milk Method: 1. Mix Xoco57 chocolate callets with steamed milk 2. Add ice, KC roasters cold brew, chocolate syrup (that we made in the first step) & condensed milk to a shaker 3. Shake it well 4. Pour into a tall glass and top it with chocolate callets & coffee nibs Swing by a Foodhall near you to stock up on the widest range of eating and cooking chocolates from around the world for your weekend indulgence. You can also call us directly on 8095031111 for home delivery.

Take a coffee break, but make it extra! Our obsession for everything chocolate is pretty obvious by now, so here’s how we’re getting our coffee and chocolate fix in one cup with our friends at @kcroasters — Frozen Mocha. What you need : • KC Roasters COLDBREW • Xoco57 milk chocolate callets • Steamed milk • Condensed milk Method: 1. Mix Xoco57 chocolate callets with steamed milk 2. Add ice, KC roasters cold brew, chocolate syrup (that we made in the first step) & condensed milk to a shaker 3. Shake it well 4. Pour into a tall glass and top it with chocolate callets & coffee nibs Swing by a Foodhall near you to stock up on the widest range of eating and cooking chocolates from around the world for your weekend indulgence. You can also call us directly on 8095031111 for home delivery.

Take a coffee break, but make it extra! Our obsession for everything chocolate is pretty obvious by now, so here’s how we’re getting our coffee and chocolate fix in one cup with our friends at @kcroasters — Frozen Mocha. What you need : • KC Roasters COLDBREW • Xoco57 milk chocolate callets • Steamed milk • Condensed milk Method: 1. Mix Xoco57 chocolate callets with steamed milk 2. Add ice, KC roasters cold brew, chocolate syrup (that we made in the first step) & condensed milk to a shaker 3. Shake it well 4. Pour into a tall glass and top it with chocolate callets & coffee nibs Swing by a Foodhall near you to stock up on the widest range of eating and cooking chocolates from around the world for your weekend indulgence. You can also call us directly on 8095031111 for home delivery.

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Bringing back an oldie for our Saturday night beverage. This Frozen Mexican Hot Chocolate is perfect for your movie night tonight. What you need: • Dark chocolate - 85g • Sugar - 2 tbsp • Hot chocolate mix - 2 1/2 tsp • Cinnamon - 1/2 tsp, plus more for garnish • Cayenne pepper - 1/4 tsp, plus more for garnish • Milk - 1 1/2 cups • Ice - 2 to 3 cups Get all the ingredients at your nearest Foodhall or call us on 8095031111 for delivery.

Bringing back an oldie for our Saturday night beverage. This Frozen Mexican Hot Chocolate is perfect for your movie night tonight. What you need: • Dark chocolate - 85g • Sugar - 2 tbsp • Hot chocolate mix - 2 1/2 tsp • Cinnamon - 1/2 tsp, plus more for garnish • Cayenne pepper - 1/4 tsp, plus more for garnish • Milk - 1 1/2 cups • Ice - 2 to 3 cups Get all the ingredients at your nearest Foodhall or call us on 8095031111 for delivery.

Bringing back an oldie for our Saturday night beverage. This Frozen Mexican Hot Chocolate is perfect for your movie night tonight. What you need: • Dark chocolate - 85g • Sugar - 2 tbsp • Hot chocolate mix - 2 1/2 tsp • Cinnamon - 1/2 tsp, plus more for garnish • Cayenne pepper - 1/4 tsp, plus more for garnish • Milk - 1 1/2 cups • Ice - 2 to 3 cups Get all the ingredients at your nearest Foodhall or call us on 8095031111 for delivery.

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If you’re looking for a quick fix to beat the Sunday Snooze, dumplings are a surprisingly easy treat. This week, for #FoodhallTestKitchen, we tried our dumplings three ways. Same wrap. Same filling. Different method. Here’s what went down: Steamed: The traditional dumpling, place your dumplings in a steamer and cook for a few minutes until the outer layer starts looking a bit translucent. If you don’t have a steamer, you can also place a netted plate over a pot of boiling water and cover it with a close Pan-Fried: In a non-stick pan, add 2 tbsp of oil and place the dumplings on the pan. Cook for a few minutes and then add a few tbsp of water. Cover the pan and then let the dumplings continue cooking in the steam, once the dumplings are crispy and golden, take them out and enjoy with your favourite chilli sauce Fried: In a wok, add a generous amount of cooking oil and heat until a small piece of dough rises to the top when placed in the wok. Then, making sure that your dumplings are properly sealed, place the dumplings gently in the oil and cook until they are golden brown all over. Take them out of the oil and place on a kitchen towel to drain the excess oil and serve with your favourite dressing. And since it’s Sunday, skip the laborious task of making your own dumplings and simply pick up a packet of frozen dumplings from a Foodhall near you or choose our Dumpling and Satay Meal Kit if you’re looking to toss up a fuller meal in under 30 min. Call us on 8095031111 to know more.

If you’re looking for a quick fix to beat the Sunday Snooze, dumplings are a surprisingly easy treat. This week, for #FoodhallTestKitchen, we tried our dumplings three ways. Same wrap. Same filling. Different method. Here’s what went down: Steamed: The traditional dumpling, place your dumplings in a steamer and cook for a few minutes until the outer layer starts looking a bit translucent. If you don’t have a steamer, you can also place a netted plate over a pot of boiling water and cover it with a close Pan-Fried: In a non-stick pan, add 2 tbsp of oil and place the dumplings on the pan. Cook for a few minutes and then add a few tbsp of water. Cover the pan and then let the dumplings continue cooking in the steam, once the dumplings are crispy and golden, take them out and enjoy with your favourite chilli sauce Fried: In a wok, add a generous amount of cooking oil and heat until a small piece of dough rises to the top when placed in the wok. Then, making sure that your dumplings are properly sealed, place the dumplings gently in the oil and cook until they are golden brown all over. Take them out of the oil and place on a kitchen towel to drain the excess oil and serve with your favourite dressing. And since it’s Sunday, skip the laborious task of making your own dumplings and simply pick up a packet of frozen dumplings from a Foodhall near you or choose our Dumpling and Satay Meal Kit if you’re looking to toss up a fuller meal in under 30 min. Call us on 8095031111 to know more.

If you’re looking for a quick fix to beat the Sunday Snooze, dumplings are a surprisingly easy treat. This week, for #FoodhallTestKitchen, we tried our dumplings three ways. Same wrap. Same filling. Different method. Here’s what went down: Steamed: The traditional dumpling, place your dumplings in a steamer and cook for a few minutes until the outer layer starts looking a bit translucent. If you don’t have a steamer, you can also place a netted plate over a pot of boiling water and cover it with a close Pan-Fried: In a non-stick pan, add 2 tbsp of oil and place the dumplings on the pan. Cook for a few minutes and then add a few tbsp of water. Cover the pan and then let the dumplings continue cooking in the steam, once the dumplings are crispy and golden, take them out and enjoy with your favourite chilli sauce Fried: In a wok, add a generous amount of cooking oil and heat until a small piece of dough rises to the top when placed in the wok. Then, making sure that your dumplings are properly sealed, place the dumplings gently in the oil and cook until they are golden brown all over. Take them out of the oil and place on a kitchen towel to drain the excess oil and serve with your favourite dressing. And since it’s Sunday, skip the laborious task of making your own dumplings and simply pick up a packet of frozen dumplings from a Foodhall near you or choose our Dumpling and Satay Meal Kit if you’re looking to toss up a fuller meal in under 30 min. Call us on 8095031111 to know more.

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If you’re looking for a quick fix to beat the Sunday Snooze, dumplings are a surprisingly easy treat. This week, for #FoodhallTestKitchen, we tried our dumplings three ways. Same wrap. Same filling. Different method. Here’s what went down: Steamed: The traditional dumpling, place your dumplings in a steamer and cook for a few minutes until the outer layer starts looking a bit translucent. If you don’t have a steamer, you can also place a netted plate over a pot of boiling water and cover it with a close Pan-Fried: In a non-stick pan, add 2 tbsp of oil and place the dumplings on the pan. Cook for a few minutes and then add a few tbsp of water. Cover the pan and then let the dumplings continue cooking in the steam, once the dumplings are crispy and golden, take them out and enjoy with your favourite chilli sauce Fried: In a wok, add a generous amount of cooking oil and heat until a small piece of dough rises to the top when placed in the wok. Then, making sure that your dumplings are properly sealed, place the dumplings gently in the oil and cook until they are golden brown all over. Take them out of the oil and place on a kitchen towel to drain the excess oil and serve with your favourite dressing. And since it’s Sunday, skip the laborious task of making your own dumplings and simply pick up a packet of frozen dumplings from a Foodhall near you or choose our Dumpling and Satay Meal Kit if you’re looking to toss up a fuller meal in under 30 min. Call us on 8095031111 to know more.

If you’re looking for a quick fix to beat the Sunday Snooze, dumplings are a surprisingly easy treat. This week, for #FoodhallTestKitchen, we tried our dumplings three ways. Same wrap. Same filling. Different method. Here’s what went down: Steamed: The traditional dumpling, place your dumplings in a steamer and cook for a few minutes until the outer layer starts looking a bit translucent. If you don’t have a steamer, you can also place a netted plate over a pot of boiling water and cover it with a close Pan-Fried: In a non-stick pan, add 2 tbsp of oil and place the dumplings on the pan. Cook for a few minutes and then add a few tbsp of water. Cover the pan and then let the dumplings continue cooking in the steam, once the dumplings are crispy and golden, take them out and enjoy with your favourite chilli sauce Fried: In a wok, add a generous amount of cooking oil and heat until a small piece of dough rises to the top when placed in the wok. Then, making sure that your dumplings are properly sealed, place the dumplings gently in the oil and cook until they are golden brown all over. Take them out of the oil and place on a kitchen towel to drain the excess oil and serve with your favourite dressing. And since it’s Sunday, skip the laborious task of making your own dumplings and simply pick up a packet of frozen dumplings from a Foodhall near you or choose our Dumpling and Satay Meal Kit if you’re looking to toss up a fuller meal in under 30 min. Call us on 8095031111 to know more.

If you’re looking for a quick fix to beat the Sunday Snooze, dumplings are a surprisingly easy treat. This week, for #FoodhallTestKitchen, we tried our dumplings three ways. Same wrap. Same filling. Different method. Here’s what went down: Steamed: The traditional dumpling, place your dumplings in a steamer and cook for a few minutes until the outer layer starts looking a bit translucent. If you don’t have a steamer, you can also place a netted plate over a pot of boiling water and cover it with a close Pan-Fried: In a non-stick pan, add 2 tbsp of oil and place the dumplings on the pan. Cook for a few minutes and then add a few tbsp of water. Cover the pan and then let the dumplings continue cooking in the steam, once the dumplings are crispy and golden, take them out and enjoy with your favourite chilli sauce Fried: In a wok, add a generous amount of cooking oil and heat until a small piece of dough rises to the top when placed in the wok. Then, making sure that your dumplings are properly sealed, place the dumplings gently in the oil and cook until they are golden brown all over. Take them out of the oil and place on a kitchen towel to drain the excess oil and serve with your favourite dressing. And since it’s Sunday, skip the laborious task of making your own dumplings and simply pick up a packet of frozen dumplings from a Foodhall near you or choose our Dumpling and Satay Meal Kit if you’re looking to toss up a fuller meal in under 30 min. Call us on 8095031111 to know more.

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While @manpreetdhody, Head of @foodhallcookerystudio is often seen whipping up decadent cakes and elaborate feasts on #FCSAtHome, her daily diet is quite #healthy! One of her go-to snacks is a #protein-packed Mexican Spiced Savoury Trail Mix that keeps her going. Here is how you can make it: Dry Ingredients • Frozen edamame - ¼ cup • Boiled red kidney beans or white beans - ¼ cup • Pumpkin seeds - ¼ cup • Cashew nuts - ¼ cup • Tortilla chips - ¼ cup, coarsely crushed Wet Ingredients • Canola Oil - ¼ cup Seasoning • Smoked paprika - 1 tsp • Cayenne pepper - 1 tsp • Garlic powder - 1 tsp • Crushed chilli flakes- 1 tsp • Ground cumin - 1 tsp • Ground black pepper - 1 tsp Or use a Readymade #Mexican Spice Mix Method: 1. Add the #edamame, kidney beans, cashew nuts, pumpkin seeds, and crushed tortilla chips to a large bowl, and mix well to combine. Add the oil and spices, and mix thoroughly. You shouldn't need to add any salt, as the #tortilla chips will be salty enough 2. Spread the mixture out on a large baking tray, and roast at 180°C for around 20 minutes, or until the nuts are lightly browned 3. Make sure you stir the mixture regularly to ensure it cooks evenly 4. Allow to cool completely, and store in an airtight container

While @manpreetdhody, Head of @foodhallcookerystudio is often seen whipping up decadent cakes and elaborate feasts on #FCSAtHome, her daily diet is quite #healthy! One of her go-to snacks is a #protein-packed Mexican Spiced Savoury Trail Mix that keeps her going. Here is how you can make it: Dry Ingredients • Frozen edamame - ¼ cup • Boiled red kidney beans or white beans - ¼ cup • Pumpkin seeds - ¼ cup • Cashew nuts - ¼ cup • Tortilla chips - ¼ cup, coarsely crushed Wet Ingredients • Canola Oil - ¼ cup Seasoning • Smoked paprika - 1 tsp • Cayenne pepper - 1 tsp • Garlic powder - 1 tsp • Crushed chilli flakes- 1 tsp • Ground cumin - 1 tsp • Ground black pepper - 1 tsp Or use a Readymade #Mexican Spice Mix Method: 1. Add the #edamame, kidney beans, cashew nuts, pumpkin seeds, and crushed tortilla chips to a large bowl, and mix well to combine. Add the oil and spices, and mix thoroughly. You shouldn't need to add any salt, as the #tortilla chips will be salty enough 2. Spread the mixture out on a large baking tray, and roast at 180°C for around 20 minutes, or until the nuts are lightly browned 3. Make sure you stir the mixture regularly to ensure it cooks evenly 4. Allow to cool completely, and store in an airtight container

While @manpreetdhody, Head of @foodhallcookerystudio is often seen whipping up decadent cakes and elaborate feasts on #FCSAtHome, her daily diet is quite #healthy! One of her go-to snacks is a #protein-packed Mexican Spiced Savoury Trail Mix that keeps her going. Here is how you can make it: Dry Ingredients • Frozen edamame - ¼ cup • Boiled red kidney beans or white beans - ¼ cup • Pumpkin seeds - ¼ cup • Cashew nuts - ¼ cup • Tortilla chips - ¼ cup, coarsely crushed Wet Ingredients • Canola Oil - ¼ cup Seasoning • Smoked paprika - 1 tsp • Cayenne pepper - 1 tsp • Garlic powder - 1 tsp • Crushed chilli flakes- 1 tsp • Ground cumin - 1 tsp • Ground black pepper - 1 tsp Or use a Readymade #Mexican Spice Mix Method: 1. Add the #edamame, kidney beans, cashew nuts, pumpkin seeds, and crushed tortilla chips to a large bowl, and mix well to combine. Add the oil and spices, and mix thoroughly. You shouldn't need to add any salt, as the #tortilla chips will be salty enough 2. Spread the mixture out on a large baking tray, and roast at 180°C for around 20 minutes, or until the nuts are lightly browned 3. Make sure you stir the mixture regularly to ensure it cooks evenly 4. Allow to cool completely, and store in an airtight container

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If you like #ThaiCurry but can’t handle the heat, try our nutty and mild Panang curry. It packs all the aromas you want, with a gentle spicy flavour - a perfect meal for #rainy nights in! Take a break and activate your #zen mode by simply ordering this bowl of comfort from our Café by Foodhall locations on @zomatoin or @swiggyindia or grab a takeaway on your next visit!

If you like #ThaiCurry but can’t handle the heat, try our nutty and mild Panang curry. It packs all the aromas you want, with a gentle spicy flavour - a perfect meal for #rainy nights in! Take a break and activate your #zen mode by simply ordering this bowl of comfort from our Café by Foodhall locations on @zomatoin or @swiggyindia or grab a takeaway on your next visit!

If you like #ThaiCurry but can’t handle the heat, try our nutty and mild Panang curry. It packs all the aromas you want, with a gentle spicy flavour - a perfect meal for #rainy nights in! Take a break and activate your #zen mode by simply ordering this bowl of comfort from our Café by Foodhall locations on @zomatoin or @swiggyindia or grab a takeaway on your next visit!

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Long-distance #Rakhi celebrations can be trying on the closest of families, so @foodhallcookerystudio is here to help you bond over the shared experience of cooking. Join us for our #virtual cooking classes covering Brunch classics like Pizzas, Roasts & Accompaniments, Frozen Desserts, and challenge your sibling to a culinary showdown (remotely, of course). You can even pre-order the ingredients needed for the class and we'll send it over to you and your loved ones (in #Mumbai, #Delhi & #Bangalore only). So roll up those sleeves, put on an apron, and prepare yourselves for a #sibling bonding session like no other!

Long-distance #Rakhi celebrations can be trying on the closest of families, so @foodhallcookerystudio is here to help you bond over the shared experience of cooking. Join us for our #virtual cooking classes covering Brunch classics like Pizzas, Roasts & Accompaniments, Frozen Desserts, and challenge your sibling to a culinary showdown (remotely, of course). You can even pre-order the ingredients needed for the class and we'll send it over to you and your loved ones (in #Mumbai, #Delhi & #Bangalore only). So roll up those sleeves, put on an apron, and prepare yourselves for a #sibling bonding session like no other!

Long-distance #Rakhi celebrations can be trying on the closest of families, so @foodhallcookerystudio is here to help you bond over the shared experience of cooking. Join us for our #virtual cooking classes covering Brunch classics like Pizzas, Roasts & Accompaniments, Frozen Desserts, and challenge your sibling to a culinary showdown (remotely, of course). You can even pre-order the ingredients needed for the class and we'll send it over to you and your loved ones (in #Mumbai, #Delhi & #Bangalore only). So roll up those sleeves, put on an apron, and prepare yourselves for a #sibling bonding session like no other!

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Long-distance #Rakhi celebrations can be trying on the closest of families, so @foodhallcookerystudio is here to help you bond over the shared experience of cooking. Join us for our #virtual cooking classes covering Brunch classics like Pizzas, Roasts & Accompaniments, Frozen Desserts, and challenge your sibling to a culinary showdown (remotely, of course). You can even pre-order the ingredients needed for the class and we'll send it over to you and your loved ones (in #Mumbai, #Delhi & #Bangalore only). So roll up those sleeves, put on an apron, and prepare yourselves for a #sibling bonding session like no other!

Long-distance #Rakhi celebrations can be trying on the closest of families, so @foodhallcookerystudio is here to help you bond over the shared experience of cooking. Join us for our #virtual cooking classes covering Brunch classics like Pizzas, Roasts & Accompaniments, Frozen Desserts, and challenge your sibling to a culinary showdown (remotely, of course). You can even pre-order the ingredients needed for the class and we'll send it over to you and your loved ones (in #Mumbai, #Delhi & #Bangalore only). So roll up those sleeves, put on an apron, and prepare yourselves for a #sibling bonding session like no other!

Long-distance #Rakhi celebrations can be trying on the closest of families, so @foodhallcookerystudio is here to help you bond over the shared experience of cooking. Join us for our #virtual cooking classes covering Brunch classics like Pizzas, Roasts & Accompaniments, Frozen Desserts, and challenge your sibling to a culinary showdown (remotely, of course). You can even pre-order the ingredients needed for the class and we'll send it over to you and your loved ones (in #Mumbai, #Delhi & #Bangalore only). So roll up those sleeves, put on an apron, and prepare yourselves for a #sibling bonding session like no other!

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#FoodhallRecommends: Bean Thread Glass Noodles in Tamari Jaggery Dressing Looking for deliciously-easy #glutenfree recipes? Try our low-carb #Thai noodles, dressed with a drizzle of #tamari and #jaggery! Slippery and springy with a moreish chew (tang hoon), this gluten-free vermicelli is perfect for switching up your starches with an interesting texture that is lighter than ramen. Dense in flavor and nutrients, toss it with black sesame seeds, nutritional yeast and white pepper, heaped with some home-made #Zen sauce for a rich hot-pot of flavours! @thaitrademumbai #ForTheLoveofThaiFood #MungBeanNoodles #JellyNoodles #GlassNoodles #GlutenFree #VeganThai #HotPot #WinterBowl

#FoodhallRecommends: Bean Thread Glass Noodles in Tamari Jaggery Dressing Looking for deliciously-easy #glutenfree recipes? Try our low-carb #Thai noodles, dressed with a drizzle of #tamari and #jaggery! Slippery and springy with a moreish chew (tang hoon), this gluten-free vermicelli is perfect for switching up your starches with an interesting texture that is lighter than ramen. Dense in flavor and nutrients, toss it with black sesame seeds, nutritional yeast and white pepper, heaped with some home-made #Zen sauce for a rich hot-pot of flavours! @thaitrademumbai #ForTheLoveofThaiFood #MungBeanNoodles #JellyNoodles #GlassNoodles #GlutenFree #VeganThai #HotPot #WinterBowl

#FoodhallRecommends: Bean Thread Glass Noodles in Tamari Jaggery Dressing Looking for deliciously-easy #glutenfree recipes? Try our low-carb #Thai noodles, dressed with a drizzle of #tamari and #jaggery! Slippery and springy with a moreish chew (tang hoon), this gluten-free vermicelli is perfect for switching up your starches with an interesting texture that is lighter than ramen. Dense in flavor and nutrients, toss it with black sesame seeds, nutritional yeast and white pepper, heaped with some home-made #Zen sauce for a rich hot-pot of flavours! @thaitrademumbai #ForTheLoveofThaiFood #MungBeanNoodles #JellyNoodles #GlassNoodles #GlutenFree #VeganThai #HotPot #WinterBowl

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#FoodhallRecommends: Bean Thread Glass Noodles in Tamari Jaggery Dressing Looking for deliciously-easy #glutenfree recipes? Try our low-carb #Thai noodles, dressed with a drizzle of #tamari and #jaggery! Slippery and springy with a moreish chew (tang hoon), this gluten-free vermicelli is perfect for switching up your starches with an interesting texture that is lighter than ramen. Dense in flavor and nutrients, toss it with black sesame seeds, nutritional yeast and white pepper, heaped with some home-made #Zen sauce for a rich hot-pot of flavours! #ForTheLoveofThaiFood #MungBeanNoodles #JellyNoodles #GlassNoodles #GlutenFree #VeganThai #HotPot #WinterBowl

#FoodhallRecommends: Bean Thread Glass Noodles in Tamari Jaggery Dressing Looking for deliciously-easy #glutenfree recipes? Try our low-carb #Thai noodles, dressed with a drizzle of #tamari and #jaggery! Slippery and springy with a moreish chew (tang hoon), this gluten-free vermicelli is perfect for switching up your starches with an interesting texture that is lighter than ramen. Dense in flavor and nutrients, toss it with black sesame seeds, nutritional yeast and white pepper, heaped with some home-made #Zen sauce for a rich hot-pot of flavours! #ForTheLoveofThaiFood #MungBeanNoodles #JellyNoodles #GlassNoodles #GlutenFree #VeganThai #HotPot #WinterBowl

#FoodhallRecommends: Bean Thread Glass Noodles in Tamari Jaggery Dressing Looking for deliciously-easy #glutenfree recipes? Try our low-carb #Thai noodles, dressed with a drizzle of #tamari and #jaggery! Slippery and springy with a moreish chew (tang hoon), this gluten-free vermicelli is perfect for switching up your starches with an interesting texture that is lighter than ramen. Dense in flavor and nutrients, toss it with black sesame seeds, nutritional yeast and white pepper, heaped with some home-made #Zen sauce for a rich hot-pot of flavours! #ForTheLoveofThaiFood #MungBeanNoodles #JellyNoodles #GlassNoodles #GlutenFree #VeganThai #HotPot #WinterBowl

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