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Let's cook with the Youth! #2

Su Na Di Oo, 18yo, Autonomy Step, Myanmade Program,

Life Project Center Hlaing Thar Yar, Myanmar

My name is Su Na Di Oo, I am 18 years old, I live in Hlaing Thar Yar, Yangon and in LP4Y I am in Autonomy step.

My qualities are Listening, Friendly, Polite, Open-minded and Respect each other. My skills are Dancing, Negotiation, Swimming and Customer relationship. My weaknesses are not very confident, Shy, Afraid. It is ok for me but a little difficult for relationships with each other.

Now I am at home. I take care of my grandmother. She always says "You don't leave my side and you don't go outside, stay with me". I'm always sad for her because she is not healthy, but I'm happy because I think she still loves me. I'm very happy. She doesn't want to leave me. I love her so much. I live together in her room.💜😁💜

Today is Myanmar New Year Day. But with COVID-19, I feel a little worried for my family, my friends and people. I want to take care of you. I miss you my friends and coaches💜😑💗. You can feel my love and caring with this delicious Burmese New Year Recipe, it is called Mu ant lone raypaw:

1- Mix Rice flour and Wheat flour with a bit of water. Make little balls and insert chocolate inside (it is a special type of Myanmar Chocolate, it is very special, only in Myanmar!)

2- Drop the balls one by one in boiling water, they sink to the bottom. Once they start floating, they are ready!

3- Rinse them with cold water and wait for them to be cold

3- For a more beautiful effect, put them in a coconut shell and shred some fresh coconut on top.

You're all set! Enjoy!

See more recipes by the Youth >>here


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