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  • Filipino Green Salad - Ensaladang Pinoy

    About.com Southeast Asian Food: Most Popular Articles
    27 Aug 2015 | 5:57 am
    Filipino Green Salad. Southeast Asian Food.
  • On Pursuing an Obsession and Getting Nowhere, Until You Do: Me and Palm Sugar

    EatingAsia
    Robyn
    18 Aug 2015 | 9:22 pm
         Recommended palm sugar delivery vehicle: gula Melaka ice cream at China House, George Town      Shortly after moving to Malaysia ten years (!) ago, Dave and I became obsessed with palm sugar. At first it was the attraction of the new. We'd lived in Thailand and had eaten Thai palm sugar, but gula Melaka -- the coconut palm sugar most common to Malaysia -- was so much ... MORE than any Thai palm sugar we'd ever tasted. More color, more smokiness, more butterscotch and caramel notes, more flavor ... more more more.
  • Salt Rox Himalayian Salt Review & Giveaway

    Steamy Kitchen: recipes and cooking
    Jaden
    18 Aug 2015 | 8:11 am
    Salt Matters Just last night, I was at my parent’s house for dinner. Mom made some homemade dumplings and then exclaimed, “the dumplings are too salty!” She had just bought some regular iodized table salt, and since the salt particles are so small, she accidentally poured too much in the mixture. No more cheap table salt for her — back to the good salt! Iodized table salt – the regular, cheap stuff, is mined from underground salt tables, and is processed, stripping away all of the valuable minerals. It also contains anti-caking agents to prevent clumping and…
  • G. Detou, Paris

    Market Manila
    Marketman
    23 Aug 2015 | 6:02 pm
    If you bake a lot, curious about all things ingredient wise, just like food shops or are into sweets, this is one shop you SHOULD NOT MISS when in Paris.
  • Dark Alley Noodles

    Stickyrice
    stickyrice
    11 Aug 2015 | 6:43 am
    Dark alleys at night are supposed to be avoided. There are bogeymen lurking up them. Our western culture has prejudiced us against walking these passageways. All those books we read, all those films we watched, the stories we were told, the warnings of our elders have conspired to create a fear of long narrow stretches of space that have no light. Characters get murdered there. Monsters suddenly emerge from them. Shady dealings occur. In Hanoi, fear not. Such corridors are rife, both as interconnecting short cuts through to wider thoroughfares and as dead-ends to private spaces and homes. The…
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    Steamy Kitchen: recipes and cooking

  • Salt Rox Himalayian Salt Review & Giveaway

    Jaden
    18 Aug 2015 | 8:11 am
    Salt Matters Just last night, I was at my parent’s house for dinner. Mom made some homemade dumplings and then exclaimed, “the dumplings are too salty!” She had just bought some regular iodized table salt, and since the salt particles are so small, she accidentally poured too much in the mixture. No more cheap table salt for her — back to the good salt! Iodized table salt – the regular, cheap stuff, is mined from underground salt tables, and is processed, stripping away all of the valuable minerals. It also contains anti-caking agents to prevent clumping and…
  • St. Pete Florida Beach Hotel Giveaway

    Jaden
    14 Aug 2015 | 10:37 am
    Florida Beach Vacation is provided by Inn on the Beach in St. Petersburg, Florida Come visit the #2 rated beach in the world in St. Petersburg, Florida. For the past 13 years, we’ve called this area our home, enjoying Florida’s finest sandy beaches on the weekends (and sometimes ditching work on the weekdays!) The Inn on the Beach‘s award-winning rooms and quaint cottages are the best way to enjoy your St. Pete beach vacation. They are providing a 2-night stay for 2 adults to a lucky winner! ~Jaden About Inn on the Beach Nostalgic and hip. Wistful and reflective. Irreverent…
  • Panasonic NB-G110PW FlashXpress Toaster Oven Review

    Jaden
    10 Aug 2015 | 7:01 am
    Panasonic provided product for review and giveaway. Panasonic NB-G110PW FlashXpress Toaster Oven Review Our summer has been a happy summer of perfect toast. We’ve been testing out the new Panasonic Toaster Oven for the past week, mainly for reheating leftovers and a couple mornings of toast. When we first saw the box, my family was a little confused, “Wait. I thought Panasonic makes TVs!” Well, yes, but in fact, some of my most-used appliances for the kitchen and home are Panasonic brands. We have a Panasonic cordless iron – such a relief not to have to think about…
  • $50 Kitchen Universe Gift Card

    Jaden
    6 Aug 2015 | 7:33 am
    Kitchen Universe was founded on 2003 as a retailer of fine cooking products. Their storefront is in Miami (open 9am-5:30pm) and they also sell cookware online at www.kitchen-universe.com Orders above $54.95 qualify for free shipping!   You can be sure to be taken care of by their excellent customer service staff – check out their reviews on Ebay Commerce Network. Some of my favorite items that I use everyday are: Hario Skerton Ceramic Coffee Grinder – I love fresh ground coffee, but really detest the loud, jarring sound of an electric burr grinder! This Hario Skerton grinder…
  • Smeg Toaster Review and Giveaway

    Jaden
    5 Aug 2015 | 8:00 am
    Smeg Toaster Review I can’t remember the last time I had a real toaster – I think it’s been at least 22 years. In the past, we’ve used a toaster oven. But when we remodeled our kitchen, I didn’t want to clutter my counter top with an ugly black toaster oven. So, we’ve been without, and making toast the most inefficient way possible, by sliding our rack to the top position and using the broiler function. 50% of the time, I burn my toast and the burnt smell lingers in the house for days! Smeg sent a toaster for us to review – this toaster is a…
 
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  • G. Detou, Paris

    Marketman
    23 Aug 2015 | 6:02 pm
    If you bake a lot, curious about all things ingredient wise, just like food shops or are into sweets, this is one shop you SHOULD NOT MISS when in Paris.
  • That Elusive “Perfect” Pork Barbecue…

    Marketman
    23 Aug 2015 | 5:19 am
    There are several dishes that I simply have never mastered to the point that I was satisfied to write and publish a good recipe for it.
  • JB to inspire JB…

    Marketman
    19 Aug 2015 | 9:01 am
    It's my 51st birthday today.
  • STOHRER Pâtisserie Traiteur, Paris

    Marketman
    18 Aug 2015 | 4:56 am
    If you told me ANY patisserie and caterer had managed to last 285 years in the same storefront, I would have guessed you were bluffing.
  • Dinner at Semilla, Paris

    Marketman
    17 Aug 2015 | 4:39 pm
    A friend who visits Paris often recommended Semilla, on rue de Seine, Saint Germain.
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    Stickyrice

  • Dark Alley Noodles

    stickyrice
    11 Aug 2015 | 6:43 am
    Dark alleys at night are supposed to be avoided. There are bogeymen lurking up them. Our western culture has prejudiced us against walking these passageways. All those books we read, all those films we watched, the stories we were told, the warnings of our elders have conspired to create a fear of long narrow stretches of space that have no light. Characters get murdered there. Monsters suddenly emerge from them. Shady dealings occur. In Hanoi, fear not. Such corridors are rife, both as interconnecting short cuts through to wider thoroughfares and as dead-ends to private spaces and homes. The…
  • Hot Snail Quest

    stickyrice
    17 Jul 2015 | 9:09 am
    Hanoi is baking in hot summer sun and there hasn't been much rain about this year to take the edge off the heat. A savage storm or two but long periods with not a drop. The city population seeks respite in the breeze coming off a lake or the down draught from wind hitting the taller buildings. The public swimming pools are seething aquariums in the late afternoons; all neon swimsuits, pitchy kid-noise and chlorine vapour. There was deafening cicada clicking earlier in the summer. And coughing frogs now. Dry coughing frogs. So as we all wait for rain, I might as well eat a hot bowl of…
  • The Stuff in the Market

    stickyrice
    10 Dec 2014 | 11:53 pm
    The wet markets in South East Asia are shrines to food culture. Food is built up into displays, towers and installations to admire, catch the eye and tempt. It's colourful. Limes, chilies, dragon fruits, persimmons and hibiscus flowers project a prism of riches almost vulgar. It gives olfactory pleasure, too. Inhaling over Vietnam's herb basket gives a rush of zingy green crack. In this part of the world, we can feel food without being compelled to buy. Rub pearly grains of rice in your fingertips. Prod pork. There is a kind of worship or fanaticism going on. Ritual most definitely.
  • Bowl of Funk: A Little Memoir on Texture

    stickyrice
    2 Dec 2014 | 12:00 am
      The range of foods I can process has widened after so long in Vietnam. As a child, I had fairly typical aversions to certain vegetables, none of which have continued into my adult life. For no apparent reason that I can recall, cauliflower, green beans and brussel sprouts engendered the strongest ill-feeling. I vividly remember once lining my gums with a few remaining beans I simply could not get down, excusing myself from the table and spitting them into the toilet. Yes, I grew up in one of those households where you sat at the table until every last morsel was in you. Animal,…
  • Danang Seafood Barn

    stickyrice
    13 Aug 2014 | 2:57 am
    I like Danang. Whoever is in charge down there is making a nice city. Compared to Hanoi or Saigon it's a tad sterile, lacking that street-level frenzy and coating of old-world grime. But the traffic flows uncongested for the most part. Roads are wide, lines are clean, city planning seems to have foresight. Buildings gleam, the marble statues by the Han River are polished and the river water itself is actually almost blue. Good air quality is assured by Danang's breezy seaside location. It makes a nice change. As does what is on the table. Like the local holiday-makers from Hanoi and…
 
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    CASA Veneracion

  • Spicy cold ox (beef) tongue sandwiches

    Connie Veneracion
    26 Aug 2015 | 8:09 pm
    If you’ve ordered a platter of cold meat in a Chinese restaurant, you might have noticed that one of the items on the platter is cold pork tongue. Pork tongue is wonderful when served cold. And the same is even more true for ox (beef) tongue. These sandwiches with ox (beef) tongue make a deliciously […]
  • Garlicky tofu and pechay (Chinese cabbage) stir fry

    Connie Veneracion
    24 Aug 2015 | 10:24 pm
    The food photos I post on Instagram are those that I don’t think anyone would expect to be accompanied by a recipe. It seems I got it wrong. At least, relative to the photo of the tofu and pechay dish that I posted there last night. Had I anticipated the interest, I would have taken […]
  • Adobo sa dilaw (turmeric) at tanglad (lemongrass)

    Connie Veneracion
    17 Aug 2015 | 11:18 pm
    The town of Taal in Batangas claims proprietary rights over the origin of adobong dilaw, a regional variant of adobo cooked with fresh turmeric. Where adobo sa tanglad hails from, I have no idea. It appears though to be more well-known than the variant with turmeric. In this recipe, I combined the two adobo variants […]
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    Appon's Thai Food Recipes

  • Alcohol Brew Pot

    23 Aug 2015 | 5:42 am
    I picked one of these up in Nakhon Phanom, its a mini fast home brew pot. You fill it with sweet liquid, traditionally coconut or palm juice, and leave it in the warm to ferment for 15 minutes or longer. Dried yeast inside ferments the juice into a semi-alcoholic drink. Although juice or sugar sap is traditional, one of the best flavors to use is Sprite! It's sweet enough to give the yeast something to work with, and the herbs in the pot work well with the lemon/lime flavors. I used young coconut juice for mine, young (green) coconut is a little sweeter.
  • SPECIAL: $1020 Cruise Pattaya to Hong Kong or Singapore

    17 Aug 2015 | 10:05 am
  • Homemade Rice Cakes

    30 Jul 2015 | 3:30 am
    Rice cakes are a pain, the easiest way to get them is to simply buy rice cakes in packets and simply decorate them, yourself!. But if you really want to make your own rice cakes, its not that difficult. I got a quick lesson from a rice cake vendor at Paklok Food Festival recently, you can see him in the video. He makes them from sticky-rice, the most important thing is to dry the rice cake thoroughly before frying.
  • Bla-o Gang-Luang (Yellow Curry Tuna)

    11 May 2015 | 5:21 am
    I'm using small tuna for this, but a meaty white fish cut into steaks is a more common variation. Whatever fish you find at the local market that's fresh and meaty can be used, as long as it doesn't have a strong flavor of its own. The fish soaks up the curry flavors and added bamboo or coconut root soaks up the juice and provides much needed bulk to the curry. The flavor you are aiming for is sour and spicey. Sour comes from the tamarind juice (tamarind paste mashed up in water so the water becomes sour, use the water in the dish to flavor the curry). The spicy comes from the curry paste…
  • 100,000 YouTube Views

    7 May 2015 | 9:51 am
    Finally It took forever, but I've at last got past 100,000 YouTube views. Now that I can monetize the videos I'm also making more videos now. Especially on the Thai Travel and Life blogs. I didn't celebrate my 10 years in blogging, back in November 2014. I didn't celebrate my 10 millionth page view. But I'm sure as heck going to celebrate my 100,000th YouTube video view! To celebrate I've collected the top videos in each of my food, travel and life blogs. Top Video: Crunchy Fried Belly Pork Runner Up: Crunchy Thai Omelette.
 
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    Rasa Malaysia

  • Black Pepper Shrimp

    Rasa Malaysia
    26 Aug 2015 | 5:15 pm
    Black pepper shrimp - garlicky and buttery shrimp in a savory black pepper sauce. An easy recipe that takes 20 minutes, so delicious! The post Black Pepper Shrimp appeared first on Rasa Malaysia.
  • Apple Coffee Cake

    Rasa Malaysia
    24 Aug 2015 | 11:23 am
    Apple Coffee Cake - sweet and decadent coffee cake loaded with apple, this cake is super easy to bake and perfect with tea or coffee. The post Apple Coffee Cake appeared first on Rasa Malaysia.
  • Basil Butter Corn

    Rasa Malaysia
    23 Aug 2015 | 6:35 pm
    Basil Butter Corn - fresh corns with basil butter and topped with Parmesan cheese. Corns have never tasted SO good with this recipe. The post Basil Butter Corn appeared first on Rasa Malaysia.
  • Spicy Korean Chicken

    Rasa Malaysia
    21 Aug 2015 | 5:32 pm
    Spicy Korean Chicken - amazing and super yummy chicken with spicy Korean marinade. So easy to make, cheaper, and better than takeout. The post Spicy Korean Chicken appeared first on Rasa Malaysia.
  • Garlic Scallops

    Rasa Malaysia
    20 Aug 2015 | 4:27 pm
    Garlic Scallops - fresh, succulent scallops sauteed with garlic, butter, white wine and parsley. Easy recipe that takes only 15 mins! The post Garlic Scallops appeared first on Rasa Malaysia.
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    EatingAsia

  • On Pursuing an Obsession and Getting Nowhere, Until You Do: Me and Palm Sugar

    Robyn
    18 Aug 2015 | 9:22 pm
         Recommended palm sugar delivery vehicle: gula Melaka ice cream at China House, George Town      Shortly after moving to Malaysia ten years (!) ago, Dave and I became obsessed with palm sugar. At first it was the attraction of the new. We'd lived in Thailand and had eaten Thai palm sugar, but gula Melaka -- the coconut palm sugar most common to Malaysia -- was so much ... MORE than any Thai palm sugar we'd ever tasted. More color, more smokiness, more butterscotch and caramel notes, more flavor ... more more more.
  • I Don't Like Brains

    Robyn
    17 Jul 2015 | 12:26 am
        Deconstructed sheep's head with the traditional dusting of dried wild thyme     One of the reasons I like living in Penang is that when folks booking a street food walk make a special request it's never for dishes featuring bugs or sheep balls. Food here on the island is not 'weird' or 'bizarre' (though I suppose duck blood cubes, a component of some versions of curry mee might be considered 'out there'). So when I head out the door in the morning I never have to worry that today's walk will be all about how many…
  • Please Don't Call It 'Turkish Pizza'

    Robyn
    28 Feb 2015 | 8:15 pm
            At the end of January, on our last day in Istanbul before flying to the USA, we lunched at Kadikoy institution Halil, producer of a quite spectacular lahmacun. Lahmacun, if you don't know it, is basically a wood oven-cooked flatbread with a thin shmear of spicy meat paste.     'Turkish pizza', some call it -- but why? Yes, lahmacun and pizza share a composition of dough with  topping. They are both baked. There the similarity ends.     I understand the desire to make familiar…
 
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    ZenKimchi

  • THIS WEEK: Gary Mehigan Tastes Korea

    ZenKimchi
    24 Aug 2015 | 12:06 am
    Australian TV will broadcast “Far Flung with Gary Mehigan” this week, where he will visit South Korea. I got to spend an evening and morning with Chef Mehigan in Jeonju, as we discussed bibimbap. For those who were following back then, this was while I was also juggling working on “Parts Unknown with Anthony Bourdain,” so it was a crazy time. But it was SO MUCH FUN. Chef Mehigan is hilarious and generous. Personable and super intelligent. And he’s about as handsome as me, so we made a good pair Don’t miss Gary Mehigan’s Far Flung Adventures in South Korea on…
  • How Our First Pop-up Went

    ZenKimchi
    5 Jul 2015 | 10:20 pm
    IMPORTANT We have decided to postpone the Cajun pop-up until next week (July 18-19). There will be no event this weekend (July 11-12). One down, five more to go–if things go well. We are doing a series of six pop-ups in a row each weekend this summer at the Mercure Ambassador Gangnam’s rooftop bar, which has one of the most gorgeous secret views of the city. This is technically my third pop-up. The first one I did with Sarah Lee back in 2012, which was one of the first independent pop-up restaurants in Seoul. Then I teamed up with Simon Lee for the Game of Thrones pop-up in 2013.
  • Bruno MERS

    ZenKimchi
    12 Jun 2015 | 1:28 am
    Today I don’t feel like doing anything I just wanna lay in my bed Don’t feel like picking up my phone So leave a message at the tone ‘Cause today I swear I’m not doing anything » Inline Ad Purchase:  Banner Ad
  • Cheap Eats, Trivia Nights, Bar Parties–All in One Place

    ZenKimchi
    4 Jun 2015 | 5:26 pm
    I don’t know about you, but I’ve found myself out some evenings and wondering which restaurants and bars had which specials going on that night. Who has a deal on burgers? Who has wing night tonight? Oooh, I want to play pub trivia! Introducing the Seoul Food Calendar The latest most up-to-date information on restaurants in Seoul in one place. Weekly specials. Weekly events, like trivia night. One-time events, like parties and pop-ups. We even post special limited time only menus. Bookmark it. To stay even more on top of food events, sign up for the ZenKimchi Newsletter.
  • Review: New Updated and Relocated General Banjum 제네럴반점

    ZenKimchi
    1 Jun 2015 | 7:54 pm
    Location: COEX Cuisine: Korean-Chinese Reservations: Not necessary Suggested Items: I had tried General Banjum in its earlier incarnation in Gangnam. It’s Korean-Chinese but notched up quite a bit. As usual per greedy Gangnam landlords, they increased the rent so much that GB was forced to close its Gangnam location. Their COEX restaurant was open a year before then. The new COEX renovation has made it way, way more restaurant friendly. There are a lot more restaurants in there than before, including General Banjum. They are constantly tweaking their menu, monitoring it based on diner…
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    Hong Kong Food Blog

  • Wu Kong Shanghai Restaurant

    Anna
    13 Aug 2015 | 11:25 pm
    Grand Mum's Pork 外婆紅燒肉Although this is very soft and juicy, I would still grade it as 'failed'.  Why?  As its name indicates, this dish is cooked for grand mums, whose teeth are generally weak and cannot manage a lot of chewing.  In terms of tenderness and taste, it's fine.  But do you see the bones?  I had never eat this dish with bones.  All other restaurants make this dish from boneless pork belly, because it is for the grand mum.  I really can't accept bones in this dish.Jelly Pork 鎮江肴肉It's lucky that we don't find bones in this…
  • Non Spicy Sichuan Food

    Anna
    24 Jul 2015 | 10:59 pm
    Non spicy Sichuan food? Are there really any? Yes of course.  If you love Sichuan food but cannot put on too much heat, there are still plenty of choices.I have a coupon of HK$100 for dinner at a Sichuan restaurant.  So I took my sister there.  Both of us like little bit of spicy, so here are our dishes - 2 cold cut starters, 2 hot dishes, 1 soup and couple of dessert.  Cucumber Lumps with Garlic 手拍青瓜Cucumber with garlic is a very healthy combination.  The special thing about this dish is that the cucumber lumps has to be pounded by hand with a heavy knife.
  • Family Annual Dinner 2015

    Anna
    11 Feb 2015 | 6:02 am
    Chinese New Year is approaching. Year-end Family gathering dinner is a big event to Chinese. I made some money in the stock market recently, so I decided to treat my family a nice dinner. Although we all love seafood, but our menu is kind of a semi seafood one.  The restaurant offers set menu for 12, but we had 20 people, so we decided to order for two tables of 10.  Restaurant then agreed to shrink the dishes down to fit 10 persons and cut the price accordingly. Unlike the usual starter of a roast pig, we had five mini dishes to kick start the dinner - roast pork,…
  • Dim Sum Lunch Set Special

    Anna
    31 Dec 2014 | 1:10 am
    This menu is designed for those who want to eat a wider selection of foods however don't have many people eating together.  The good thing about this menu is all inclusive.  This means the money you pay includes tea and service charge.  It's good for budget control but you need to have a minimum of 2 people eating together.Snacks - choose one among 4Dim sum - choose three among 12 (I think)Vegetable - choose one between 2Fried noodle/rice - choose one among 4 (I think)So we have a total of 6 dishes, consisting of a little of everything.Here are our choices of today.Snack:…
  • Set Lunch at Coyote Bar and Grill

    Anna
    29 Dec 2014 | 1:21 am
    The bars and bristols situated harmoniously in Wanchai among the residential and commercial buildings.  I live in this area and today I have a day off, so I decided to hop into one of these bars for a lunch.  In fact these bars are full of people at night time for football shows but in day time, they are just like any other ordinary restaurant offering set lunches for the white collars.As far as I notice, their menus rotate almost everyday.  Yesterday I saw Cotoye had a paella set which I wanted to try, but today they switch to another menu.  Anyway, with the money I pay,…
 
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    Viet World Kitchen

  • Maggi Seasoning Sauce: Real vs. Knockoffs

    Andrea Nguyen
    27 Aug 2015 | 6:53 am
    I am guilty of spending too much time in the condiment aisle at Asian markets. In fact, my husband told me he was going to Target while I perused Shun Fat (Thuan Phat) market in Garden Grove’s Little Saigon. It’s part of a chain of mega Vietnamese-Chinese markets in California, Nevada and Texas. The condiment aisle is long and filled with a vast array of Vietnamese, Thai, Chinese, and a few Japanese ingredients. I’ve been to this market many times and always look at the fish sauce first. On this trip, I bought a new brand I’d never seen before from Vietnam. The surprises had to do…
  • Wok-seared Shrimp, Garlic and Chile Recipe

    Andrea Nguyen
    25 Aug 2015 | 6:23 am
    You can thank my husband Rory for this article. I was gone from the house for a couple days last week for work and when I returned home, Rory reported that he’d seen a Gulf shrimp sale at the market. “They’re the big, tasty ones you like. They’re $12.99 a pound till Sunday,” he added. I was sold. We don’t eat as much shrimp as we used to because they’re not as good as they used to be, may not be responsibly procured, and the delicious ones are relatively expensive. As a result, we consume fewer of them, which in the scheme of things, is a good thing. To my best ability, I try to…
  • Busting Banh Mi Myths (Why the bread is not key!)

    Andrea Nguyen
    19 Aug 2015 | 11:53 am
    It had been over fifteen years since I’d talked to my cousin Solange. Our last conversation was basic, full of minimal niceties exchanged at her wedding which included ballroom dancers, videographers, and tables weighed down by Chinese food and bottles of 7-Up and Martell (prime Viet wedding beverages to be mixed into an unusual tea of sorts). Last Sunday’s event was rather somber, her father’s giỗ -- an annual memorial gathering to commemorate a family member’s death. Her dad was my father’s older brother and my parents asked us to attend with them to show our respects. Among the…
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    Appetite for China

  • Chow Mein Live Contest!

    Diana Kuan
    21 Aug 2015 | 10:39 am
    A while back I was contacted by cookbook author Molly O'Neill and Cosima Amelang, who are both organizing this year's Longhouse Food Revival, a weekend-long gathering of food writers, cooks, farmers, and artists in upstate NY. This year's theme, I'm excited to share, is Chopstick Nation, on the Chinese American experience in food.And I'm inviting everyone to take part in a recipe contest. We are collecting your own takes on 6 Chinese-American comfort food favorites and they will be featured in a presentation I'm giving on Sept 12th to a crowd of leading food writers, chefs, and makers and…
  • New Online Cooking Class launched with Craftsy!

    Diana Kuan
    19 Jul 2015 | 9:27 pm
    So...some exciting news! Two months ago I traveled to Denver to film an online class series with Craftsy on making favorite Chinese restaurant dishes at home.  Because I'm frequently asked by readers who live outside NY about classes away from the city, this was the perfect way to reach home cooks all around the country and the world.After a ton of work prep work, filming, and post production review with the wonderful team in Denver, I'm happy to announce that Chinese Takeout Favorites, my very first online course, launched last week. In this course, you'll learn as…
  • Sweet Chili Shrimp

    Diana Kuan
    7 Jul 2015 | 2:22 pm
    Summer nights are not meant for spending hours in the kitchen. My apartment is blessed with huge southwest facing windows, which let in tons of natural light in the winter, but come summertime that means the entire place is a furnace for most of the day. Turning on the AC before sundown does nothing. So naturally, if I make dinner before sunset, I need to be prepared to sweat a little.This all means that I need main dishes that take as little time as possible. Like this sweet chili shrimp dish. Whenever friends and acquaintances tell me they've tried my cookbook, about half the…
  • Eating Chinese New Year Desserts with The Sporkful

    Diana Kuan
    18 Feb 2015 | 11:05 pm
    Happy Chinese New Year! Unlike years past when I've gone home to Boston, I'll be ringing in the Year of the Sheep (or is it ram, or goat?) here in New York. For most of next couple weeks I will be teaching and catering dinner parties and fitting in a dim sum outing here and there. But last week, I started the eating part a bit early at the WNYC offices in Tribeca with Dan Pashman, host of The Sporkful, in a mini-collaboration project. For this week's episode (which includes some great soundbites from Eddie Huang about Fresh off the Boat) and the Notorious MSG) Dan also tries a…
  • Kung Pao Sweet Potatoes

    Diana Kuan
    6 Jun 2014 | 9:46 pm
    Hi again!I know, I know. It's been a while since I've posted a new recipe. Between running Plate & Pencil, teaching, and putting on Tangra Spring, I've been a little short on time, to put it mildly. Sadly, things like creating new recipes can sometimes go on the back burner.Also, this winter sure was long, wasn't it? I think the lack of sunshine, the frigid April that felt like March, and rainy May that felt like April made most of us feel a little less than inspired in the kitchen. Sometimes all I wanted was soup, spaghetti, pizza, soup, spaghetti, pizza, rinse, repeat. Anything that…
 
 
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    About.com Korean Food: What's Hot Now

  • Super Easy Korean Sesame Candies with Brown...

    koreanfood.guide@about.com
    27 Aug 2015 | 4:11 am
    I used to love these Korean sesame candies (or cookies) growing up, but I never realized how easy they were to do until I tried to make them for a gluten-free friend.
  • Simple Korean Meat Marinade with Garlic...

    koreanfood.guide@about.com
    27 Aug 2015 | 4:11 am
    This bulgogi recipe is an essential Korean marinade for grilled or broiled meat, pork, or chicken. Sweet and salty, this marinade will tenderize meat and give it lots of flavor.
  • Fresh Korean Potato Salad with Apple and...

    koreanfood.guide@about.com
    27 Aug 2015 | 4:11 am
    Potato salad is popular in Korea, which surprises many non-Asians, and it's either included in meals as a side dish or makes a meal as a sandwich filling. Unlike Western versions it includes fruit, vegetables, and sometimes ham, and doesn't have a vinegary component. I usually omit the ham if I'm using it as banchan (side dish) but include it if I'm expecting to use the salad for lunch or picnic sandwiches.
  • All About The Korean Pear (Bae), AKA Apple Pear...

    koreanfood.guide@about.com
    27 Aug 2015 | 4:11 am
    All About The Korean Pear (Bae), AKA the Apple Pear and Asian Pear
  • Essential Spicy Korean Pork Marinade (Daeji...

    koreanfood.guide@about.com
    27 Aug 2015 | 4:11 am
    This marinade is sweet, spicy, and good for making any type of Korean pork- grilled ribs, stir-fried pork, or broiled or barbecued pork.
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    About.com Korean Food: Most Popular Articles

  • Chicken and Poached Egg Soup

    27 Aug 2015 | 5:25 am
    This homey, tasty chicken soup is good on any day of the year. Enjoy it with or without a good splash of kochukaru (Korean chili pepper powder).
  • Korean Anchovy Stock Recipe

    27 Aug 2015 | 5:25 am
    This fish-based broth is the traditional base for Korean soups and stews. Although meat broth has become more popular in recent years, this anchovy soup stock is still a staple in Korean cooking. It doesn't have a strong fish odor, but adds a deep and savory element when used in cooking Korean soups and stews.
  • Simple Korean Meat Marinade with Garlic...

    27 Aug 2015 | 5:25 am
    This bulgogi recipe is an essential Korean marinade for grilled or broiled meat, pork, or chicken. Sweet and salty, this marinade will tenderize meat and give it lots of flavor.
  • Yuk Hwe (Korean Beef Tartare)

    27 Aug 2015 | 5:25 am
    The easy, pretty, and delicious recipe for yuk hwe, also spelled in English as yukhoe, yukhae, yukke, or just Korean beef tartare.
  • Asian-Tex-Mex for Dinner: Korean Chicken Burrito

    27 Aug 2015 | 5:25 am
    Korean tacos got all the glory, but I also love Korean-ish quesadillas and burritos. These Korean chicken burritos always hit the spot.
 
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    Ramen Adventures

  • 味仙 (Misen in Nagoya)

    Brian MacDuckston
    27 Aug 2015 | 7:00 pm
    Taiwan ramen is a creation not from the country of Taiwan, but from Japan's fourth largest city, Nagoya. The history is fairly straightforward; a chef at a Chinese restaurant wanted something to serve his workers. Nagoya natives are known for having a strong palate, so mixing some of the shop's noodles with an extra spicy soup was an easy choice. Turned out that the dish was quite good, and soon became a regular menu item.Since then, Taiwan ramen shops have popped up all over Nagoya. It wasn't until a few years ago, when Hanabi created their soupless Taiwan mazesoba, that the rest of the…
  • 鉢ノ葦葉 (Hachinoashiha in Yokkaichi, Mie)

    Brian MacDuckston
    24 Aug 2015 | 7:00 am
    My work brought me to Tsu this time, in Mie Prefecture. Tsu is a rather small town an hour south of Nagoya, with unagi eel being their claim to culinary fame. But I wasn't in the mood. There's got to be some decent ramen out here!I vaguely remember someone mentioning Yokkaichi. As this station was on the way, I hopped off for a few minutes to have a slurp. The station attendant even gave me a note so I could get back in. Thanks!Hachinoashiha is the spot to hit. It's highly ranked; the only one with a decent rating of the dozen or so local shops in the area. It is also a lunch-only shop…
  • 空 (Sora at Sapporo Airport)

    Brian MacDuckston
    20 Aug 2015 | 7:00 pm
    Sigh . . .Every year, I work in Sapporo a few times. And every year, I'm strapped for time. This time around, we caught a bus directly from the airport to the remote wilderness, and caught a bus directly back. No chance for anything. Anything except some ramen at the airport's famous Ramen Dojo.This counts as the fourth shop, out of eight, that I have made it to. The others, Jirocho, Kaiko, and Ichigen were all serviceable, they just lacked a bit in ambiance. This is, after all, the airport.On a side note, a few years ago I decided I would probably never go back to Las Vegas. Which is why I…
  • Mail Order Ramen Direct from the Shops

    Brian MacDuckston
    17 Aug 2015 | 7:00 am
    Mail order ramen is a thing. And I'm not talking about the omiyage ramen packs, with dried noodles and concentrated soup that you can buy at train stations and tourism offices around the country. An interesting company called Takumen actually packs an entire bowl of real ramen, straight from the shop, into a frozen, cook-at-home kit.When I first heard about this concept, I immediately thought of the possibilities. Could you ship overseas and serve in some kind of brick and mortar shop? Some kind of amazing shop that has some of Japan's best ramen on their menu?Of course! And if you live…
  • ラーメンXかき氷 (Ramen and Shaved Ice)

    Brian MacDuckston
    13 Aug 2015 | 7:00 pm
    I was out grabbing the limited chilled noodles at Soranoiro Salt and Mushroom the other day. At least that is the excuse I'm giving!Sure, their chilled noodle dish was fantastic. Goya, daikon, and a vinegar sesame sauce all came together to help me cool off in the heat.But the real reason I was here was for the kakigori. Japanese-style shaved ice is amazing. Unlike the stuff you are used to at festivals in America, the stuff in Japan is on another level. Crunchy ice? No way, Japanese-style is finely shaved, akin to fresh powder snow. Sickly sweet syrups? Nope, Japanese-style is usually very…
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  • cup noodle ramen ice cream!

    edjusted
    17 Aug 2015 | 9:00 pm
    Cup Noodle…ice cream! Cup Noodle…ice cream?!? Nissin’s Cup Noodle Museum in Yokohama is now selling shoyu and curry flavored ramen ice cream! The ice cream is served in the well-known Cup Noodle cup and topped with standard Cup Noodle toppings like shrimp, beef cubes, green onions, egg, and carrots. RocketNews24 is on the scene with a taste test. And…well, “…the ice cream itself isn’t half-bad.” Hmm… via crunchyroll Tags: bay area ramen, ramen news
  • ramen battle ann arbor!

    edjusted
    7 Jul 2015 | 10:42 pm
    Sunday! Sunday! Sunday! Be there for the monster truck–err…monster ramen battle for charity. Five Ann Arbor/Detroit chefs will compete with their best ramen creations for you all to try. The winner gets $2000 for their favorite charity. Tickets and further details are available here and are $70 ea. The event is Sunday 7/26/15 from 4pm to 8pm at the Slurping Turtle in Ann Arbor. Try 5 different ramen, pick your favorite, and help out a charity. Winners all around! Slurping Turtle 608 E. Liberty St Ann Arbor, MI 48104 734-887-6868 media@slurpingturtle.com via the Detroit Free Press…
  • Ramenia-21 instant ramen maker

    edjusted
    27 Jun 2015 | 5:03 pm
    Is this the future of instant ramen? This thing is way fancier than my k-cup coffee maker. I want one! …too bad it’s not real, but how cool would it be just to have a topping dispenser for things like onions and eggs? via KpopStarz Thanks to Donny @ Pie Dog for the tip off. Tags: ramen news
  • cup noodle vegeta

    edjusted
    25 May 2015 | 9:29 pm
    Get it? Vegeta…vegeta-bles…as in Cup Noodle Vegetables–err…Vegetable Cup Noodles. Giant vegetables raining down from the sky? I think I missed this episode of Dragonball. via Rocket News 24 Tags: cup noodles, ramen tidbits
  • the “right” way to eat ramen

    edjusted
    24 Apr 2015 | 8:59 pm
    There really isn’t an official right way to eat ramen, but Chef Teiichi Sakurai with Dallas ramen shop Ten Ramen has some great tips, namely slurp your ramen and eat quickly. Personally, I hate how soggy and soft noodles get when they’ve been sitting in soup too long. Enjoy! via Thrillist Tags: ramen tidbits
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  • Chicken Asado Recipe

    Ed Joven
    19 Aug 2015 | 9:22 am
    How to cook Chicken Asado It’s pretty understandable why a lot of people tend to get easily confuse Chicken Asado with Chicken Afritada. To begin with, both are Pinoy-style chicken stew and both uses tomato sauce. The main difference? Well, Afritada... [ This is a content summary only. Visit http://www.pinoyrecipe.net for full links, other content, and more! ]
  • Orange Sponge Cake Recipe

    Ed Joven
    15 Aug 2015 | 9:46 am
    How to cook Orange Sponge Cake Sponge cakes are among the easiest pastries to make. This superbly simple dish is made from flour, eggs and sugar and a leavening agent. They’re firm and aerated like that of your typical kitchen sponge. This... [ This is a content summary only. Visit http://www.pinoyrecipe.net for full links, other content, and more! ]
  • Black Forest Cake Recipe

    Ed Joven
    6 Aug 2015 | 5:48 am
    How to make Black Forest Cake Perhaps no other cake is as visually-appealing as the Black Forest Cake. Although the exact origin remains unknown, many agree that the cake has taken its name from the Germany’s Black Forest region. Besides, it is... [ This is a content summary only. Visit http://www.pinoyrecipe.net for full links, other content, and more! ]
 
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  • Dum Aloo Kashmiri Recipe | How to Make Kashmiri Dum Alu

    6 Aug 2015 | 4:58 am
    Learn how to make Dum Aloo Kashmiri ~ A traditional Kashmiri dish of deep fried baby potatoes cooked in creamy almond and cashew gravy, no onion-garlic recipe After a month of sultry hot summer days, the skies have opened their doors to cool showers. The welcoming sight of rain drenched plants and trees and the pearly rain drops on a window pane is what exactly we needed after a days of heat
  • Watermelon-Citrus Cooler/Juice Recipe | Simple and Quick Summer Cooler Recipe

    30 Jul 2015 | 7:52 am
    Learn how to make the Watermelon-Citrus Cooler/Juice It’s been a wonderful summer so far… In fact, it’s the best summer season I have ever experienced in Britain! The flowers in rainbow colours are in full bloom, the rich green foliage of trees kissing the bright blue skies, the fluffy white sugar candy like clouds drifting away in the bright sky, the dainty white daisies smiling on a rich
  • Mango-Coconut Chitranna Recipe | Quick and Easy Mango-Coconut Rice Recipe

    16 Jul 2015 | 7:29 am
    Learn how to make Mango-Coconut Chitranna - A spin to South Indian tangy yellow rice of coconut and raw mango flavoured with generous tempering of peanuts and aromatic spices The meaning of ‘home’ is ever evolving. When I was a kid, home was a palatial bungalow where I was born and surrounded by dozens of aunts, uncles, cousins, my grandparents and parents. It was a place where I woke up to
  • Mangalore Bonda Sharbat Recipe | Tender Coconut Lemonade

    30 Jun 2015 | 8:37 am
    Learn how to make Mangalore Bonda Sharbat ~ Tender coconut sherbet or tender coconut lemonade “Echara, we want some bonda. Please!” pleaded a girl with two missing front teeth and two pigtails bouncing as she jumped up and down with her sister and cousins. “Let me first finish peeling these arecanuts, and then I will get you kids the tender coconuts”, said Eshwara. “No, we want you to
  • 1, 2, 3, 4, 5... High FIVE!

    18 Jun 2015 | 6:26 am
    Dear Lil Dumpling, You will be 5 in few days. One, two, three, four, five! 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5! All those five fingers of your not so little hands. Whichever way I count or how many times I count, it’s the same. 5 years old! Why are you in such a hurry to grow up so fast? Can we slow down a little bit? A wee bit? Pretty please! I know I say the same thing every year, but its true isn’t
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  • Kerala Sadya Recipes

    Maya Akhil
    24 Aug 2015 | 9:38 am
    WISHING YOU ALL A VERY HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS  ONAM!!    God’s own country’s very own festival Onam is just round the corner. So all you people out there, lets welcome King Mahabali this year with a grand Onasadya! Veteran Sadya makers please excuse! This post is hugely dedicated to the beginners, who want to please their family and friends’ taste buds with a traditional Sadya. I am planning to give a detailed guideline as to how to prepare and present the Kerala Sadya on a banana leaf (up to my limited knowledge)! If there is no leaf, not to worry, big plates will do! Come…
  • Inji Theeyal

    Maya Akhil
    21 Aug 2015 | 11:22 pm
    Ever heard of Inji theeyal? Inji theeyal caught my fancy at an ayurveda hospital at Mavelikara. This amazing varutharacha Inji curry (theeyal) was served with kanji, cherupayar thoran, and chuttaracha chammanthi. The simple meal was meant just to appease your tummy.  Ginger is known to be a herbal remedy for many ailments. When young, if I ever complained of stomach pain my parents used to make me drink inji neeru saying the ache will be gone in no time! i hated it then! But ginger can be made part of our everyday meal.Since I am a big fan of inji-based dishes, I have already posted the…
  • Mathanga (Pumpkin) Pachadi

    Maya Akhil
    20 Aug 2015 | 3:39 pm
    Pachadi, the slightly sweet and tangy yogurt based recipe is a must-have for any sadya. It’s especially so at my Brother-in-law’s place at Chengannur. His aunt Girija shared this recipe with me. Their family as a whole have a weakness for this pachadi! Well, this mathanga pachadi recipe is truly a keeper as making this is no daunting task. I have made mathanga pachadi differently before. My version was good, but this one is soo much better!  I think mashing pumpkin makes a big difference to the taste of this pachadi. Pumpkin is slightly sweet and the slight sweetness when…
  • Coconut Ice Cream – No-machine and Eggless

    Maya Akhil
    19 Aug 2015 | 11:02 pm
    Last summer, ice creams screamed their way into my blog! I was an ice cream maniac and experimented with a lot of quick ice cream recipes. And as a result my freezer had at least 6 – 7 varieties of ice creams during the summer months. The positive feed-backs I received from family and friends for my egg less, no machine ice cream recipes were amazing! This year also I made ice creams but did not get the time to blog them as I got a little carried away in various other activities, and now summer will be gone in no time.!:(  So before that happens let me share with you –…
  • Achinga Payar Thoran

    Maya Akhil
    18 Aug 2015 | 10:28 pm
    Have you decided the veggie thoran that should adorn your Sadya leaf this Onam? Considering the fact that we Malayalees proudly make thoran with any edible vegetable on Earth, which is your favourite thoran for Sadya?? Back home, there are a few veggie favorites while making Thoran for Sadya. My mom either makes cabbage thoran, achinga payar thoran or idichakka thoran, if idichakka is available. Chenathandu cherupayar thoran is the sadya special at my husband’s place at Mavelikara. Here’s my mom’s recipe for achinga payar thoran. The dark green colored long runner beans/…
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    MINAL'S SPICE WORLD

  • Pooran poli

    minal sharma
    15 Aug 2015 | 12:53 am
    You know my life is a constant battle between my love for food and  not to gain weight .... Haha ... I know it is just near to impossible as I like to experience all types of traditional as well as fusion food and as you all know traditional Indian food is super tasty but full of calories. Some times my fun, food and nutrition changes slightly Into fun, food and taste and I love it.Recently got a chance to explore Marathi food as very close friend Belongs to Maharashtra and Marathi SHE Makes very tasty cuisine ...... SHE Taught me, how to make traditional cuisine like pooran poli, aamti,…
  • Lemon rice

    minal sharma
    7 Aug 2015 | 1:23 am
    Today it was a nostalgic moment for me ......my sis-in-law has shared some old family pictures with us ....this took me back to the memories of those good days when my mom in law was with us ........being youngest and only daughter in law she pampered me a lot....she use to cook for me most of the time, she thought me so many dishes from different cuisines. Her speciality was punjabi and south Indian cuisine .... I never got a chance to visit South India, but South Indian food is one of my favorite too....specially variety of rice  and crapes lemon rice and tamarind rice is also one…
  • Methi muthia

    minal sharma
    7 Aug 2015 | 1:08 am
    Rainy season is my favorite. Mesmerizing sound of rain drops, cloud clad mountains   Romantic weather.....love this weather sitting in my balcony with my family and friends ....with ginger tea and pakoras. But as you all know health of my family is my priority so whenever I get a chance ...I try to replace fried snacks with steamed ones  Though at  times when taste wins over  I do make some ones favorite fried snacks too...Muthias is a very favorite healthy snack (of course if it is steamed) at our home, as I do make many varieties like lauki muthiya, palak-methi…
  • Stuffed tinda in gravy | stuffed round guard

    minal sharma
    1 Aug 2015 | 11:20 pm
    New addition to summer bites ..stuffed tinda in tomato onion gravy. Though summer vegetables are really liked by me and husband I can see dim smiles on my daughters face. I am sure .....maybe ....most of you are facing same problem as me during summers. This inspired me to start SUMMER BITES series. This is all about an experience of a mom from her kitchen. Today when I went for Sunday shopping it was really a mind boggling experience as I was searching for GOOD VEGETABLES ...it was my daughters strict instructions " mom plz we need some good vege's " and I know what they meant by this…
  • Karonde Mirchi Ki Achari Sabji ( Pickled Natal plum And Green Chilli)

    minal sharma
    21 Jul 2015 | 8:27 am
    Whenever I am upset for some reason my husband holds my hand and say these golden lines " Enjoy the little moments in life one day you will look back and realize they were the big things." He is so true whenever I look back and go down the memory lane I visualise all those special sweet moments which we have spend together and with our friends those late night chit chats, unplanned potlucks, picnics.... Food and memories go very strongly together and for me personally of the strong memories I have, ...do have a food element attached to them. Food induces a nostalgia in me like nothing…
 
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  • HEALTHY COOKING

    Del Cook
    24 Aug 2015 | 10:25 pm
    HEALTHY COOKING HEALTHY COOKING ALCHEMY OF COOKING Cooking is a mysterious mix of raw ingredients, refined technique and timing.  Today an endless stream of advice is... AppleWasabi
  • KYOTO SPECIALITY GREEN MANGANJI PEPPER

    Del Cook
    20 Aug 2015 | 9:11 pm
    KYOTO SPECIALITY GREEN MANGANJI PEPPER KYOTO SPECIALITY GREEN MANGANJI PEPPER Manganji pepper is one of the designated traditional specialty vegetables of Kyoto, Japan.  Vegetables that are considered to have... AppleWasabi
  • ELEPHANT HEART PLUM

    Del Cook
    31 Jul 2015 | 6:37 pm
    ELEPHANT HEART PLUM ELEPHANT HEART PLUM The month of July rings in the summery fruit season characterized by sweet, sour, colorful and, best of all, juicy. Strolling... AppleWasabi
  • SUMMER WHITE CORN HARVEST

    Del Cook
    26 Jul 2015 | 6:42 pm
    SUMMER WHITE CORN HARVEST SUMMER WHITE CORN HARVEST When one thinks of summer vegetables sweet and golden corn is probably high up the list of those one most... AppleWasabi
  • HOW TO COOK BABY TURNIPS

    Del Cook
    18 Jul 2015 | 10:45 pm
    HOW TO COOK BABY TURNIPS HOW TO COOK BABY TURNIPS HISTORY OF BABY TURNIPS Baby Turnips, a root vegetable, are thought to have originated in N. Europe around 2,000 BC... AppleWasabi
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  • Simla Mirchi Bhaji | Capsicum Stir Fry

    Pooja S
    25 Aug 2015 | 4:52 am
    This is very simple and quick vegetable from Green Capsicum or Simla Mirchi. Simpla Mirchi Bhaji is a Maharashtrian Recipe for a Capsicum vegetable preparation in the traditional style, using the... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
  • Classic Corn

    Pooja S
    19 Aug 2015 | 2:45 am
    Classic Corn is very simple and  classic, anytime snack for any parties or summer picnics. I love eating roasted Corns with masala and salt, specially in monsoon season.Even I buy Corn cobs and roast... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
  • Maharashtrian Kadhi Recipe

    Pooja S
    13 Aug 2015 | 2:40 am
    Buttermilk is always considered very rich probiotic drink. Kadhi is flavored Buttermilk with Besan and spices. Kadhi is a very common and popular dish in whole north of India.Yogurt based dishes are... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
  • Dudhi Bhopla Halwa | Lauki ka Halwa

    Pooja S
    29 Jul 2015 | 2:49 am
    Bottle Gourd or Dudhi Bhopla , is very common vegetable in kitchen.Though many people don't prefer it, we still have in kitchen for so many recipes like kofta, Thalipeeth, Mix vegetable, Parathe and... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
  • Chocolate Chip Muffins

    Pooja S
    22 Jul 2015 | 5:42 am
    Today is my special day, My little one, Ishan is turning two years. For him, my older son, Aditya wants to make cupcakes , with lots of Choco chips(because its his favorite).I know in the evening... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
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  • Okra and Bacon Roll

    Amy & Yan
    22 Aug 2015 | 4:28 pm
    Okra and Bacon Roll Okra was originally from Africa, and imported to China in early 20th century. It is also known as the “golden vegetable” for […]
  • Bubble Tea

    Amy & Yan
    23 Jul 2015 | 12:10 pm
        Bubble Tea Recipe Bubble tea in China has the same importance as coffee in the western world. It was a traditional Chinese drink originated […]
  • Egg Fried Rice Recipe

    Amy & Yan
    1 Jun 2015 | 7:26 pm
     Egg Fried Rice Recipe If you live in school and can only go back home once a year, what’s the top one traditional Chinese food on […]
  • Kam Heong Chicken

    Amy & Yan
    10 May 2015 | 2:41 pm
    Kam Heong Chicken Hello, my dear readers and food lovers! You may tell from the picture and the name that this is a not a recipe […]
  • Pan Fried Noodles Recipe

    Amy & Yan
    26 Apr 2015 | 1:34 pm
      Pan Fried Noodles Recipe Last week, my husband packed Moo Goo Gai Pan with Pan-fried noodles for my lunch box. OMG! My colleagues were so […]
 
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  • Creamy Pasta with Pumpkin Sauce Recipe

    23 Aug 2015 | 8:11 am
    Wish to have pasta for dinner not loaded with tonnes of fat?  Try this Creamy pumpkin pasta, super healthy, guilt free recipe. The sauce made only with pumpkin pulp, so healthy diet is guaranteed. If you are planning to go with multi grain pasta, then it is double nutritious.-Click here for More Recipes
  • Suraikkai Pulikari Tamil Delicacy Recipe

    20 Aug 2015 | 4:31 pm
    Suraikkai Puli Curry, a South Indian delicacy made with bottle guard. In the term 'Puli curry', 'Puli' means tamarind. So obviously it tastes sour and perfectly pairs up with Sambar rice, dal rice and curd rice.Click here for More Recipes
  • Sauteed Chicken with Bok Choy Recipe

    17 Aug 2015 | 7:23 pm
    Does your local stores carry Bok choy in their shelves, then definitely you should try this recipe. Bok choy chicken, is very easy recipe made with minimal ingredients. But a flavorful dish, perfect to suit lunch or dinner, and can also be served as appetizer dish.Click here for More Recipes
  • Funnel Cake Recipe, a Carnival Food

    13 Aug 2015 | 4:09 pm
    Funnel cakes are very easier to make, Would you believe me that it requires just 10 minutes to make from the scratch to the end? Yeah! proportions need not be 100% accurate, no bothering in making the pattern, Perfect results every time we make. Then why waiting, makes these super yummy funnel cakes today.Click here for More Recipes
  • Blue berry paniyaram/ Blueberry Cake pops

    10 Aug 2015 | 9:57 am
    This dish is a fusion recipe, with the globally available ingredients into South Indian style. We are really happy with the result and making it quite often in our kitchen. It yields very spongy and soft balls where the kids love fell in love with these cute looking pops for sure.Click here for More Recipes
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  • Spiced Fenugreek Beet Baked Mathri

    Anupama Paliwal
    28 Aug 2015 | 1:06 am
    Hooray, it’s a Friday — one of my favorites days. So let’s start the weekend celebration with some AMAZINGLY spiced crackers. So ladies and gentlemen, ... The post Spiced Fenugreek Beet Baked Mathri appeared first on My Ginger Garlic Kitchen. The original post author is Anupama Paliwal.
  • Garlicky Spinach Mango Tomato Pizza with Hot Pepper Sauce and Flakes

    Anupama Paliwal
    25 Aug 2015 | 11:50 pm
    It’s a Pizza day! Yes, it’s a Pizza Day! Yay, it’s a pizza Wednesday!! Well, it’s more of a HOT HOT pizza Day! Yeah, it’s ... The post Garlicky Spinach Mango Tomato Pizza with Hot Pepper Sauce and Flakes appeared first on My Ginger Garlic Kitchen. The original post author is Anupama Paliwal.
  • Grilled Cheese Spiced Potato Whole Grain Sandwich with Cheese Dip

    Anupama Paliwal
    23 Aug 2015 | 11:11 pm
    Say Cheese to this Cheesy Monday! I have a great breakfast recipe for you today. It’s quick, easy, full of awesome flavors, healthy, delish and ... The post Grilled Cheese Spiced Potato Whole Grain Sandwich with Cheese Dip appeared first on My Ginger Garlic Kitchen. The original post author is Anupama Paliwal.
  • Super Moist Mini Chocolate Beet Cake + Muffins

    Anupama Paliwal
    21 Aug 2015 | 12:54 am
    One Happy Friday + One Happy Cake = One Happy Time. So that means happy times are here again. I mean cake time is here ... The post Super Moist Mini Chocolate Beet Cake + Muffins appeared first on My Ginger Garlic Kitchen. The original post author is Anupama Paliwal.
  • Achaari Aloo Gobi

    Anupama Paliwal
    18 Aug 2015 | 11:25 pm
    Hello to you all on this wonderful Wednesday. Sometimes the simple the better. And the same rule applies to the food also, sometimes. Right? This ... The post Achaari Aloo Gobi appeared first on My Ginger Garlic Kitchen. The original post author is Anupama Paliwal.
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    Diary of a Homemaker

  • Vegetarian Haleem Recipe

    26 Aug 2015 | 11:47 pm
    Haleem is a slow cooked stew made with lentils and meat popular in the Middle East, Turkey, Pakistan and India. Haleem is considered to be a high fiber high protein dish.                                                                                                     It can be made with chicken, mutton or beef, not a vegetarian's…
  • Homemade Air Freshner Spray

    23 Aug 2015 | 12:45 pm
    We are always looking for ways to relax our mind and body through different ways, meditation, music, deep breathing techniques or a relaxing, soothing warm bath. There is no dispute regarding the effectiveness of these methods, but I think the best way to relax and unplug is a nice, clean and fresh smelling home!In this post, I will be sharing my recipe for homemade air freshener which is a cost effective and toxic-free way to freshen up your home. The best part of making my own products is that I can customize them to my personal liking.There are myriad of ways to making your home smelling…
  • Kashmiri Mutton Korma

    20 Aug 2015 | 1:19 pm
    The beautiful region of Kashmir is rich in cultural heritage and tradition. Kashmiri cuisine is truly unique and is incomparably delicious. Kashmiri cuisine encompasses flavourful, aromatic and wholesome ingredients.Korma is a slow-cooked meat stew made with yogurt, nuts and spices.  Each region of Pakistan-India has its own version of korma. Kashmiri korma consists of a mildly spiced curry.The meat is slowly braised in yogurt and spices which truly brings out the richness and flavour of the ingredients. The yogurt imparts a creamy texture to the gravy while deghi mirch which is an…
  • Savoury Mini Cheese Cakes (No Bake)

    16 Aug 2015 | 12:59 pm
    These rich and creamy no-bake cheesecakes are made based on the same principle as a sweet cheesecake except that they are savoury. These are perfect as an appetizer, a light snack and a perfect accompaniment for a picnic because they are easy to transport. The base is prepared by preparing a mixture of crackers and melted butter the later is then topped with a delectable topping of cream cheese and ricotta. The mini cheesecakes are prepared in muffin tins which are left to set in the refrigerator.You can prepare the topping according to your liking I like to keep it simple with…
  • Falooda Dessert Recipe

    6 Aug 2015 | 12:44 pm
    Falooda is a very popular summer dessert/drink admired by the people of Pakistan, India and Bangladesh alike.I think falooda can rightly be called a hybrid between a drink and a dessert. The fun part about a falooda is that you can eat and drink it at the same time. This drink cum dessert is all about a sip of joy and a morsel of pleasure.This is a dessert  well put together, with a heavenly combination of textures and flavours. You get thesoftness from the noodles, chewiness from the seeds, melt in the mouth feeling from ice-cream and last but not the least the crunch factor from…
 
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  • Recipe: Mini Tortilla Cups

    recipesandyou
    16 Aug 2015 | 5:48 am
      This  recipe of Mini Tortilla cups came from nowhere.I mean a sudden plan of my sons friends at home.And his heiness ordered some snacks.I went to the kitchen and scrolled down the list... The post Recipe: Mini Tortilla Cups appeared first on Recipes and you.
  • Recipe: Wholewheat Veg Momos

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    13 Aug 2015 | 5:36 am
    Exotic and healthy Snack Whole-wheat Veg Steamed Momos A pleasant summer evening, cravings for something light but yummy took me to the kitchen to cook these small, adorable steamed little dumplings with hot and... The post Recipe: Wholewheat Veg Momos appeared first on Recipes and you.
  • Recipe Gulab Phirni / Rose Phirni

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    3 Aug 2015 | 10:33 pm
    Phirni ,A popular summer cooler dessert .Especially liked in the north of India.It not only goes well with your vegetarian menu ,but also compliments the tastes of non-vegetarian delights. Make this and I guarantee... The post Recipe Gulab Phirni / Rose Phirni appeared first on Recipes and you.
  • Recipe Sheermal or Milk Bread

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    3 Aug 2015 | 11:02 am
    Sheermal/Shirmal/Milk Bread recipe-Quick and instant recipe A flat-bread of Middle Eastern origin. Initially eaten in Iran and Pakistan and particularly north India, now this flat-bread has its fans world over.Its truly said that the... The post Recipe Sheermal or Milk Bread appeared first on Recipes and you.
  • Recipe Kids Tiffin ideas

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    3 Aug 2015 | 5:46 am
    KIDS SPECIAL TODAY-Tiffin Ideas Do you also face THE toughest question in your mind everyday!! What to send for TIFFIN today… Well like many ,my 6 yr old too has very defined tastes now... The post Recipe Kids Tiffin ideas appeared first on Recipes and you.
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