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    This is a very soft and light cheesecake, not heavy and dense like New York cheesecakes.

    Recipe #254218

    Posting this to go with the Ginger Chicken.,,or you can use any dipping sauce you like.

    Recipe #342132

    A great recipe to use up leftover rice. Why call for takeout?

    Recipe #377347

    So easy and healthier than regular fried foods. Try any vegetables, these are just my personal favorite for tempura. Itadakimatsu! (bon apetit!)

    Recipe #264449

    This is from the Thursday magazine's issue dated June 15th-21st'2006 Food Facts column by Monika Seth. Enjoy!

    Recipe #177905

    I've found this recipe on blogchef.net and have made it many, many times. It is absolutely delicious! If you’re looking for a simple Chinese dish for dinner this evening be sure to give this recipe for orange chicken a try.

    Recipe #354466

    7 Reviews |  By myhaiku

    This is the rice my mom would make with leftovers. You can have any type of meat and vegetables you want inside but the special touch is the egg that is draped over the rice and specially seasoned. The measurements are all approximate. Back in the day we would use reserved bacon fat instead of or along with the sesame seed oil because it would add a lot of flavor but this option of course is not very healthy.

    Recipe #133294

    This is pretty much the best pork fried rice recipe I have made and I have made a lot of them. I use leftover pork loin and left over rice for a great dish. This dish reheats amazingly too. This recipe comes from the Food Network website.

    Recipe #312535

    This can be served as is or as a side dish or add cooked shrimp or chicken for a main dish. This recipe comes from Bon Appetit.

    Recipe #78446

    These noodles are great served hot or cold. Great salad along side of barbequed chicken..or make it a light lunch by adding cooked diced chicken right into the salad. Excellent blend of Oriental flavors.

    Recipe #18443

    Easy with great flavour. Prep time includes marinating time.

    Recipe #221529

    13 Reviews |  By Gaia22

    Yummy, easy, addictive side dish that complements a wide variety of Asian and Fusion dishes! I use a microplane to grate my ginger, and a spoon's edge to easily [& not wastefully] peel it.

    Recipe #379146

    This recipe comes from the vegetarian times and is actually a vegan recipe, though I am not either of those things :-). I made this because I just LOVE peanut sauces and this is the best one I have had, not to mention how simple it was to make! I used reduced fat peanut butter and it didn't seem to affect the recipe at all. It will keep up to a week or so in the fridge and personally, I like to either toss it with noodles and chicken or serve it with chicken chunks over brown rice. I don't like things spicy and this was perfect. I also saute the chicken chunks in 1 tsp sesame oil just to enhance the flavor. It makes quite a bit of sauce, I would say it serves 6! Enjoy!

    Recipe #379364

    Yes--the name is spelled correctly. This is a sweet and spicy dish that when performed correctly will have you licking the bowl when finished. This is the dish I refer to in my profile about not getting correct and being oh so frustrated--by jove I think I got it!

    Recipe #274769

    I took two different recipes here & combined them. However - some of both of these recipes ingredients didn't quite give enough flavor to the dish. Thus, I have experimented with some flavors I believe work very nicely here and the result is quite good indeed. My husband, (who is a very picky eater by the way), couldn't get enough.

    Recipe #318642

    When looking for a Japanese-style salad dressing I found this one. It is very nice on thinly sliced vegetables.

    Recipe #158323

    From Thai Cooking and More. To toast sesame seeds, spread seeds in a small skillet. Shake skillet over medium heat 2 minutes or until seeds begin to pop and turn golden. Prep time does not include marinade time.

    Recipe #342804

    Yummy, lemony rice. This is a great base for spicy dishes.

    Recipe #268489

    My sister in laws mom is from Japan. This is a recipe that she has passed on to us. We really love it!!

    Recipe #363198

    An adapted recipe that I got from the La Choy recipe website. A light meal with asain influence. Spaghetti pasta, veggies, beef and an Asian dressing. You can't go wrong. I've made it without the carrot and used ground beef instead of flank steak. Still delicious!

    Recipe #370009

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