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    2008 ZWT -- Asia & India

    My collection of Asian and Indian dishes.
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    Inspired by a recipe from Cooking Light, this is a simple but full flavored dish. The original calls for flounder but works well with sole and other mild fishes. Really surprised this isn't in the 'Zaar collection already as it is one of our favorites.

    Recipe #112499

    Traditional Korean kimchi requires long preparation many steps. This recipe brings all the great flavors of the classic to a dish which is quick and easy to prepare. A word of caution, while kimchi improves over time, this version does not so don not let it rest for longer than stated.

    Recipe #243760

    As a solo chef, cooking for one presents certain challenges. Some recipes easily scale down easily and others do well for safely tucking leftovers in the freezer future meals. That said, it is always delightful to find a recipe designed for small batch cooking that is also healthy and delicious. I am also planning to try this with tofu. This recipe easily scales up to 2 or more servings. (4 WW points or Core plus 1 pt for the peanuts)

    Recipe #219447

    A little pre-holiday cleaning has me tossing out stacks of cooking magazines. Rather than tearing out the recipes and creating small stacks to replace the large ones, I'm typing them up and keeping them here for safekeeping. This recipe is inspired by the cuisine of Korea and appeared in a very old issue of Eating Well magazine - a stylized hybrid of Cooking Light and Bon Appettit. Note that the cooking time does not include 6 to 24 hours for marinating the chicken.

    Recipe #195438

    A Bengali dish that can be used as a side or part of a vegetarian entree. Posting it here for the time being and will modify once it is tried.

    Recipe #167132

    For some unknown reason I recently purchased tamarind nectar on sale. Of course, I then needed a recipe to prepare with it. Originally found on the Internet on the National Chicken Council website, this is my adaptation. While presented to be made with chicken quarters, it also works well with boneless skinless chicken breasts. While quite flavorful, this is not spicy so adjust the red pepper flakes to taste.

    Recipe #166998

    This recipe originally appeared in the New York Times this past March. I love winter squash and paired with curry, chili and tomatoes, this seemed like it would be a hit in my kitchen. Though I have not tried it yet, I’m posting it here for sharing with my favorite foodies. I think this will make a terrific side with paired with Tandoori chicken.

    Recipe #161788

    Always in search of recipes that feature cardamom, I found this on the Internet. My undersyaning is that it is a rendition of a dish popular in the UK and most likely invented there. The mariade is similar to a tandoori paste but with a creamy aromatic welll seasoned with cardamom, cinnamon and other spices. I have not tried it yet but wanted it here fore safekeeping and decided to share it as well.

    Recipe #137870

    I was surprised to find that there were no recipes for moo-shu vegetables on this site (at least none you can find on a category search). So easy to make and wonderfully tasty.

    Recipe #137090

    Recently came across this on the Internet and want to try it soon as I love sweet/spicy combinations. Note actual nutritionals are not adjusted for discarding the marinade. Total time does not include marinading time. Posting for the 2005 'Zaar World Tour.

    Recipe #136875

    This Asian inspired salad makes for a lovely luncheon or supper. The contents of the salad can easily be adjusted to whatever you like or have on hand. If you prefer a vegetarian meal, omit the chicken or use tofu instead. Won't be chicken salad but will still be delicious.

    Recipe #136874

    I just love the aromatics and flavors of Indian food. Unfortunately, many establishments prepare dishes with generous amounts of ghee or clarified butter, an unwelcome addition for those who are watching their caloric or cholesterol intake. Not wanting to give up the lovely flavors, I’ve begun to delve into recipes that allow me to prepare my favorite dishes at home. Paneer is easy to prepare and is a staple in many Indian dishes, especially vegetarian entrees and appetizers.

    Recipe #134496

    Another addition selected for the 2005 'Zaar World Tour. This is a remarkably easy one pot meal that takes less than 30 minute to prepare. Though the recipe calls for a combination of carrots and green beans, other vegetables such as mushrooms, asparagus, peppers or scallions would also work well.

    Recipe #135133

    This recipe reminds me of the dainty bites served at many Chinese bakeries, particulary around New Years. I have not tried this one but am keeping it here for safekeeping. Should you try this before I do, comments on the preparation as well as results are welcome.

    Recipe #135358

    The idea of combining curry with sweet potatoes, red peppers and pineapple intrigues me. Saving this to try soon.

    Recipe #135914

    Found this in an old scrapbook, saved for trying one of these days. I like the concept of an unusual filling in a conventional package. These wontons can be used in a comporting soup, fried as and appetizer or steamed for dim sum.

    Recipe #136489

    Ran out of curry powder recently and replaced it not once but twice. My surplus of this spice blend sent me in a hunt for ways to enjoy my bounty. This is a reduced fat adaptation of a recipe from BHG. I just love slow cooker recipes for the ease of dump and run cooking. This one is a bit more involved since you need to prepare the lighter substitute for coconut milk. If you are not concerned about fat or calories, feel free to use regular or light coconut milk instead. A wonderful, rich flavored curry for just 5 WW points that is even better the next day.

    Recipe #294451

    This comforting dessert from Burma is being posted untried for ZWT II. The resulting pudding is much thicker than what Americans associate with pudding and is cut into bars and served in slices. The idea of using semolina in a dessert intrigues me so I look forward to trying it myself soon.

    Recipe #173241

    Popular in Japan, Soba noodles are made of buckwheat and offer a nice change of pace from other pastas. Though this dish is usually made with Chinese black vinegar, I've used balsamic vinegar with good results. One could include some thinly shaved slices of poached chicken or julienned strips of tofu if desired. You can also vary the vegetables -- in my picture I used a combination of broccoli and carrots. Cooking time includes the 30 minutes waiting time,

    Recipe #135290

    Found this recipe on a weight loss community board somewhere. I have it saved on my computer to try over the holidays. In the meantime, I thought others would want to try it as well.

    Recipe #146882

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