This is a must usually when I visit Thailand, and I could eat this everyday when I am there. Finally managed to find a authentic recipe for this dish from www.10thaidish.athailand.com and i am sharing it. :)
Yummy South Indian lentils and vegetables, a favourite Indian breakfast dish with idli (rice dumplings) or dosai (Indian pancakes). This recipe is not at all difficult - just assemble all the prepared ingredients before commencing to cook, and take one step at a time. I prefer to use freshly grated coconut, but unsweetened dried coconut is perfectly acceptable. Sambhar masala can be obtained from an Indian grocer, or make your own from recipe #110487 (much more fun!). I make this Sambhar with Toor dahl, and eat it with rice for the main meal of the day.
There are already numerous sesame noodles posted here on this site, but this one seems to differ slightly from them all. We found the more we ate from this dish, the more we liked it. To be served at room temperature, or chilled. Time to cook (and bring to room temperature) the noodles is not included.
Wait til you taste these mushrooms - we love them. The sesame flavor compliments the mushrooms. BBQ or Grill. Serve them with any meal. Great with Asian food a steak BBQ or any where that you would serve mushrooms - This recipe was originally from the column "The Chopping Block" Prep & cooking time does not include the marinating time
Adapted from Martin Yan's Chinese Cooking for Dummies. This is my favorite stir-fry sauce. It makes enough for two meals. Having extra on hand makes for a quick meal. My son will actually eat vegetables he can dip in the sauce! WARNING about the amount of soy sauce. When I used Kikkoman soy sauce, I found this sauce far too salty. I now use Angostura, which is much lower in salt. When adding soy sauce, start with less than half the amount and slowly add more to taste. Using vegetable broth makes this vegetarian. Yield: 1 3/4 cups (couldn't get that amount entered)
I searched and finally found this recipe on the internet. It is a copycat of the Bourbon Chicken sold in Chinese carry-outs in my hometown. This recipe is so good that my sons gobble it up leaving me just a spoonful. Their excuse was they thought I had eaten. Editor's Note: Named Bourbon Chicken because it was supposedly created by a Chinese cook who worked in a restaurant on Bourbon Street.
This a really terrific filling for those Asian steamed dumplings. The recipe was given to me by a good friend who is a chef at Benihana. You can use ground pork, ground shrimp, or ground turkey with great success. I have posted the recipe using ground pork because that is the typical mixture most people are accustomed to... but shrimp is a great indulgence and ground turkey is what I usually use and I love it.
A Vietnamese family who own and run our local fish'n chip shop gave me this recipe. The beef takes up a beautiful flavour. Make sure you use fresh beef for the recipe. I prefer to use the rib eye fillet cut. It is easier for me to carve. A great summer dish for those hot, hot summer days.
I have not tried this. I was told that if I did it would make a fish eater out of me!! Don't know why but I just don't care for fish. Hope someone out there will try it and let me know if they liked it!!
Copied from Yasuko's Homecooking, a website with Japanese recipes. http://www.nsknet.or.jp/--chrkaji/yasuko/index_e.html Haven't tried it yet, but I love miso. I'm going to probably try salmon with the recipe.