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    "To the ruler, the people are heaven; to the people, food is heaven." — ancient chinese proverb
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    Recipe #3769

    This is one of the recipes I adopted from the Recipezaar account.

    Recipe #8371

    Use 1 or 2 Tablespoons for an authentic madras curry.

    Recipe #95907

    Ever been intimidated by a recipe that calls for clarified butter? No need! It's not a difficult process at all...

    Recipe #51525

    Have not tried this yet but after a recent trip to the east coast I fell in love with crab cakes and this looks like an amazing variation! Originally from epicurious.com.

    Recipe #93540

    Adapted from a Chinese cookbook by Jim Lee that was published around 1970. This is one of my all-time favorite cookbooks; I was introduced to it by friends who were Chinese students I knew at University of Virginia. The gai laan which the Chinese eat is not actually broccoli, but broccoli is a good substitute which works well in America, where most of us don't have access to gai laan.

    Recipe #103243

    53 Reviews |  By Bergy

    This is very tasty and low fat dipping sauce - use this as a dip for a variety of appetizers or as a sauce to go with stir fry.

    Recipe #33113

    1 Reviews |  By Sue Lau

    Crispy and delightful, always a treat to have with other Thai courses. Goes well with sweet and sour sauce or Thai Cucumber Sauce (Nam Chim Taeng Kwa).

    Recipe #29243

    36 Reviews |  By Bergy

    Very quick after work dish. Add garlic or chilies whatever you like. To thinly slice the pork have it half frozen.

    Recipe #40104

    This is one of the best omelets you get from vendors on the streets to have between bread slices with maybe some ketchup and green chutney applied to each slice. Have a bite of our street cuisine.

    Recipe #98927

    3 Reviews |  By Latchy

    A Curry paste recipe I learned at a cooking course in Thailand

    Recipe #70574

    2 Reviews |  By Sue Lau

    Can be served as a vegetable meal or a nice side dish to go with other Thai entrees. You can add tofu chunks to this if you like!

    Recipe #30629

    Great condiment to keep in your refrigerator for whenever you get the urge for Indian food. Will keep indefinitely if put up properly. Great for pork or chicken. Use 1 tablespoon for each 1 1/2 pounds of meat.

    Recipe #155811

    ghee is wonderful for baking, frying, even taking straight for ayurvedic medicine. all the good fat is there without the proteinaceous impurities of butter. if you are a vata type like me, eating ghee often is enjoyable and healthful!

    Recipe #71031

    Nice and flavorful with aromatic basil.

    Recipe #34202

    29 Reviews |  By Sueie

    Great side dish, just a little bit different.

    Recipe #29074

    When I lived in Holland several years ago, I often indulged in this spicy rice dish. This recipe, from an old newspaper cutting, is the most authentic I have found, and closely matches the wonderful taste sensation I experienced in Holland. More unusual ingredients, such as shrimp paste (also known variously as belacan, balachan, blachan and trassi) can be found in Asian speciality food stores. I must warn you that dried shrimp paste smells rather awful, but the taste in the finished dish is wonderfully aromatic, and essential to the authenticity of Indonesian cuisine. Nasi Goreng can be served as a main dish, as a component of a Dutch/Indonesian 'rijstafel' or as a side dish. It is commonly eaten by Indonesians for breakfast, which you can do also if there is any left from the previous day (doubtful!). Preparation time does not include cooking and cooling the rice.

    Recipe #61614

    50 Reviews |  By Lali

    spicy chicken in lettuce

    Recipe #15870

    This great site is missing one of the best Thai recipes out there! I had this at my very first Thai restaurant visit and fell in love. I've tried several different recipes, and this is by far the best; I found it somewhere on the net, and adapted it a little! I made this for the first time on DH's birthday, and he loved it! Looks like lots of ingredients, but is mega easy, just toss everything together to marinate the night before and dinner's ready when you get home! Preparation time does not include marinating time.

    Recipe #98304

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