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    Our recipe of the week is from Laos. Try your hand at cooking this tasty-looking dish with a skill-level of Easy. A cautionary note: the recipe calls for plumeria, that means only the petals, not the flower stems. #BeefWokTossedInLaoWhiskey #Laos #Recipe For more info: www.sbs.com.au/food/recipes/beef-wok-tossed-lao-whiskey

  • Jen Nok

    Beef wok-tossed in Lao whiskey recipe

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