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    Recipe #424688

    1 Reviews |  By blucoat

    A lovely, light salad from Sally Schneider's excellent cookbook, "The Improvisational Cook" (2006).

    Recipe #337367

    8 Reviews |  By Slim PA

    A great recipe for the football crowd, potluck, or family get-together. In lieu of broiling, I often grill the chicken for the specified broiling time to avoid clean-up and heating the house up with the broiler. Another tip, dependent upon how much chicken you intend to make, I usually make enough sauce to almost cover the meat.

    Recipe #323500

    Normally ponzu sauce is traditionally made with yuzu citrus in Japan, but I have an old Meyer lemon tree that produces fabulous lemons throughout the year. I try to use the lemons in many recipes and this is my own version of Ponzu Sauce using Meyer lemons instead of yuzu limes/lemons. Although I planted yuzu tree a year ago it is still not producing yet and when it is finally producing I would also make homemade ponzu sauce using yuzu too, but until then this is the only ponzu sauce I like. You can certainly use any type of lemons or combination lemons and limes/oranges. Unlike commercial based ponzu sauces which are very sweet and more vinegar than real juice, I think this version has much more depth. For 3/4 C juice, I usually end up using 5-6 lemons depending on their sizes. Bonito flakes is known as Katsuobushi in Japanese and it is dried bonito fish flakes found in Japanese markets. If you are unable to find kombu or katsuobushi, please use any instant dashi for this purpose. The taste will not be as good, but it will surpass the overly vinegar/sugar taste of commercial ponzu sauce. If using instant dashi, I would follow the direction on amount per liquid found with the products. Depending on how strong you like the taste of dashi, you can use either 1 to 1 1/2 C bonito flakes for this recipe. Note to those who never tried ponzu: This sauce is very versatile and you can use it top any steamed veggies, fish, meat, or tofu. You can also add a bit of oil to make into traditional salad dressing but go easy on oil!

    Recipe #284665

    38 Reviews |  By Pneuma

    This fast yet tasty colorful vegan dish is a hit with my picky vegetarian friend and non veg husband. I remember making several vegetarian dishes before and this was the one that had no left-overs.

    Recipe #284500

    From Keiko O' Aoki's "Easy and Healthy Japanese Food for the American Kitchen." According to the book, this is a great party food that pairs perfectly with wine and beer. DH and I tried this last night while making sushi. We really enjoyed it and agreed it would make a great party appetizer. It was also really easy! We used canola oil and frozen edamame, microwaved per the package's directions.

    Recipe #280527

    I love the green beans found on Chinese Restaurant buffets! They are the bomb! I could easily pay for the entire buffet and only eat the green beans! I found this recipe while searching for the technique online as I was told the secret was that they were Dry-Fried. Oh Yum! Thanks to Ronda Parkenson for the recipe I adapted. I found that I did not need as much oil when making this recipe....so i reduced the oil amounts to what I used, if it does not look like enough for you, feel free to add more.

    Recipe #272498

    Pasta salads can have a variety of textures and tastes. The flavours of Thailand are showcased in this tangy dressing. Crisp vegetables and tender linguine pasta fill the pasta bowl to enhance any potluck or picnic. From Emily Richardson at Food and Drink

    Recipe #258948

    I love this recipe! It's so easy. Just add one ingredient after another to a wok, stirfry for a few minutes, toss and serve. This is so good my family likes it better than the restuarants!

    Recipe #258210

    3 Reviews |  By Brenda.

    Thailand’s most famous noodle dish. This dish comes together quickly, so it's handy to have the ingredients prepped and ready before you begin. I don't care for cilantro so I leave it out, but I posted the recipe as it was written.

    Recipe #197931

    7 Reviews |  By J. Ko

    The dressing is what makes this salad! You don't have to adhere to the list of salad ingredients: put in whatever strikes your fancy. I usually grill up extra chicken breasts when we're having grilled chicken and use them to make up the salad for the next day.

    Recipe #189051

    We like this dipping sauce with grilled beef or chicken. I'm thinking it would also be good as a dip for grilled shrimp.

    Recipe #171098

    This is a yummy Japanese recipe that I love! It's SOO easy to make, and it turns out great! For a variation, replace the salmon fillet with fresh tuna and use somen noodles instead of soba.

    Recipe #165667

    From the April 2006 issue of Cooking Light and adapted with the help of RedMeatGirl. We felt that the filling needed a little extra kick. Please adjust the seasonings to suit your own tastes.

    Recipe #163549

    Having spent a lot of time in the PI, I prefer lumpia to egg rolls (more meat, less veggies). These are easy to make. I recommend making a big batch and freezing some for another time.

    Recipe #153732

    I've been making this dish for years and it never fails to draw rave reviews. Using a good cut of meat is key, so it will be very tender. I use beef tenderloin or sirloin (choice at the minimum). The longer you marinate the beef the better the flavor (over night at a minimum). Cooking time does not include time to marinate.

    Recipe #151494

    Easy, sweet, and spicy. Classic Szechuan stir-fry. Serve with a green vegetable over rice.

    Recipe #137621

    Vegetarian Recipes From Around The World website, courtesy of Karen C. Greenlee - greenlee@bellsouth.net, is where this easy and quick pasta salad can be found. The recipe will also be included in the Zaar World Tour 2005 swap, Asian tour

    Recipe #137204

    I can't believe I like this dish as much as I do. I was surprised. This is a variation of a rather bland scrambled egg mix that I found on the net but turning it onto an egg foo yung is really special. Add your own favorite things but this is a good start. If you add water chestnuts, ham, shrimp, pork, whatever- then you will have to adjust the cooking time. This is a basic recipe- make it your own. But an easy recipe to amend- as soon as the egg is set- then it is done! I really love this and it is so good for a family on a budget or a bachelor short on time. If you want a terrific egg foo yung sauce then try this one Recipe#45270 .

    Recipe #133513

    This stir fry is a little sweet and a little spicy. Serve over hot cooked rice.

    Recipe #124876

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