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stir-fried konnyaku with green peppers and tomatoes. i figured to get a nice textured and yummy tasting konnyaku dish is to cook it a tad bit longer than usual. let the konnyaku absorbed all the liquid and give it time to caramelised.

stir-fried konnyaku with green peppers and tomatoes. i figured to get a nice textured and yummy tasting konnyaku dish is to cook it a tad bit longer than usual. let the konnyaku absorbed all the liquid and give it time to caramelised.

About Nazreen Rao

I am a bohemian artist who believes in magic and power of the heart. I love going to new places, experiencing new cultures and above all, meeting and talking to people along the way. I draw and paint – mostly with ink pen, colored pencils and watercolors. Sometimes, I write poems and reflections. I also love crafting things with my hands, especially hand-stitching.

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