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    Rinshinomori
    Tue Sep 01, 2009 4:07 pm
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    I like to start a thread and a sticky for anyone who is interested in sharing with us the Asian recipes you have made during those times we are not running any tags. If you have photos of the recipes, please post here. Your own recipes are fine too.
    dianegrapegrower
    Thu Sep 03, 2009 10:15 am
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    Great idea Nona - I love seeing what everyone has cooked. Gives me ideas of things I'd like to try. yummy.gif
    Diane
    HeatherFeather
    Mon Sep 07, 2009 11:18 am
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    Oh I love this idea! I get so much inspiration from seeing what everyone else is cooking. I guess I am just a teeny bit nosy icon_wink.gif
    AmandaInOz
    Fri Sep 11, 2009 12:48 am
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    I have a few PAC ones to display. icon_smile.gif

    Marysdottir's Chicken or Prawn Javanese Beer Curry


    Lil Ms Tropical's Fragrant Coconut Lime & Ginger Fish Bake


    I also made Lil Ms Tropical's Lamb Mint & Coriander Curry, and while it was tasty, it's greenish brown hue make it look like a baby by-product. I thought most people would appreciate not seeing it. icon_lol.gif icon_lol.gif
    Slim PA
    Fri Sep 11, 2009 1:34 pm
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    Wow! Awesome photos Amanda icon_eek.gif
    AmandaInOz
    Fri Sep 11, 2009 8:13 pm
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    Thanks! I've been really lucky with my PAC babies so far. yummy.gif
    AmandaInOz
    Tue Sep 15, 2009 7:40 pm
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    I have another PAC recipe to report. Isn't anyone else cooking anything?? icon_cry.gif I'm running out of babies and will need recipe ideas soon. icon_smile.gif

    This is Pink Penguin's Chicken Biryani. My photo doesn't really do it justice, but it was delicious and so quick to throw together. Highly recommended!

    Slim PA
    Wed Sep 16, 2009 8:47 am
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    I made Chicken Curry for Spring PAC. I don't have any Asian recipes tagged for my babies yet this round. Sorry for the sucky photo icon_redface.gif
    Rinshinomori
    Wed Sep 16, 2009 5:35 pm
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    AmandaInOz wrote:
    I have a few PAC ones to display. icon_smile.gif

    Marysdottir's Chicken or Prawn Javanese Beer Curry


    Lil Ms Tropical's Fragrant Coconut Lime & Ginger Fish Bake


    I also made Lil Ms Tropical's Lamb Mint & Coriander Curry, and while it was tasty, it's greenish brown hue make it look like a baby by-product. I thought most people would appreciate not seeing it. icon_lol.gif icon_lol.gif


    Oh my, I want them both. Love the color of the curry. Beautiful pictures Amanda! icon_biggrin.gif
    Rinshinomori
    Wed Sep 16, 2009 5:39 pm
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    Slim PA wrote:
    I made Chicken Curry for Spring PAC. I don't have any Asian recipes tagged for my babies yet this round. Sorry for the sucky photo icon_redface.gif


    Slimp PA - nooo, it's a wonderful picture! I like the use of mung beans for textural contrast.....great idea with curry.

    Although it's not the traditional curry, but closer to Okinawan/Japanese curry, I also like to use many raw ingredients on top of the curry too for textural contrast like this:

    Rinshinomori
    Wed Sep 16, 2009 5:42 pm
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    AmandaInOz wrote:
    I have another PAC recipe to report. Isn't anyone else cooking anything?? icon_cry.gif I'm running out of babies and will need recipe ideas soon. icon_smile.gif

    This is Pink Penguin's Chicken Biryani. My photo doesn't really do it justice, but it was delicious and so quick to throw together. Highly recommended!



    Another winning picture Amanda. This recipe looks so simple. Never had biryani but I do have chicken breasts in the freezer for a quick meal. Thanks for showing this to us.
    AmandaInOz
    Wed Sep 16, 2009 7:20 pm
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    YAY for more pictures! The chicken curry looks delicious! icon_smile.gif
    dianegrapegrower
    Mon Sep 21, 2009 3:10 pm
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    I tried a new recipe this weekend, from Steven Raichlen's "Big Flavor" cookbook. He's one of my favorite cookbook authors, but I tend to think of him as being the "BBQ guy". Imagine my delight when I found he'd written a book of low fat/cholesterol recipes! I posted this to zaar - it was really good!

    Singapore Black Pepper Chicken



    Diane
    Rinshinomori
    Mon Sep 21, 2009 11:58 pm
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    Diane - that looks wonderful....very nice contrast of colors. Also, love how crisp the beans look here. I saved the recipe to make later.
    powerplantop
    Mon Sep 28, 2009 11:43 am
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    Gom Tang Korean Ox Tail soup

    Start with oxtails sections and a few soup bones. In this batch I had three pounds of soup bones and eight pounds of ox tail sections.

    Soak the bones for two hours changing the water when it gets bloody.

    Boil the bones for twenty or thirty minutes, drain and wash the bones.

    Put bones back in pot with a one inch price of ginger and six cloves of garlic boil again for two hours. (Skim any scum and keep adding water.) Remove ox tail sections and let cool. Remove meat from most ox tail sections put bones back in pot. Save a few with meat for serving. Cook another one to three hours. Season the meat with soy sauce, sesame oil, red pepper powder, green onion, garlic and sesame seeds. On saved section trim excess fat and make cuts so that it easier to remove meat.

    Put saved sections in small pot with some of the broth from the main pot. (add more water to the main pot and keep cooking). Cook save sections for about one hour then add a few noodles ( I like the same ones used for Chap Chae).

    Regular version: Put oxtail sections in bowl with a few noodles then add broth. Add green onions and salt to taste.


    Version with spiced meat: Put some of the spices meat with a few noodles then add broth. Salt to taste.
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