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    Cooking Light. May 2007. Vietnamese.

    Recipe #331637

    7 Reviews |  By Hanuman

    Authentic Bangkok style minced pork basil, great for quick lunch or as a side dish in a fancy dinner

    Recipe #142348

    from ivillage.com Does not include marinating time

    Recipe #237519

    I decided to make another variation on classic spring rolls other than mine that I've been using and chose this recipe based on ingredients used. The recipe comes from A. Nguyen "Asian Dumplings". Although her recipes calls for 18-20 spring rolls, I find 18 better than 20 unless you increase the ingredient amount a bit more or prefer thinner spring rolls. I have altered the recipe somewhat to make it easier for my own cooking method and taste. There are several variations on shaping spring rolls and I've decided to use a method that may be easiest to work for most people. Tastes wonderful with Sweet and Sour Sauce, Recipe #447509 I've posted from the same book.

    Recipe #447676

    This flavorful dish is reputed to be a copy of the recipe served at the Ramayana Room, Hotel Indonesia, Djakarta during the 1960's. The jalapeno pepper is a western substitution. Feel free to use any hot green pepper in your dish.

    Recipe #329547

    I found this recipe in an old cookbook published back in the 80's. I've never tried it, but hey...any new chicken recipe to try couldn't hurt

    Recipe #73111

    This is sooo good... pork and onions simmered with coconut milk, soy sauce, cumin, coriander and ginger, sweetened with a little molasses and spiked with chili sauce... The pork can marinate for up to about a day and a half; then simmer away and dish up on a bed of rice.

    Recipe #114233

    This is an Indonesian salad. I found the recipe in my Extending the Table cookbook, and since I have an explosion of cucumbers in my garden right now, I am trying every possible variation of cucumber salad! :) Chilling time is the cook time.

    Recipe #304743

    This is my family's favourite butter chicken recipe - it came about after my youngest son stayed at a friends house and they bought Indian take-away. Youngest says this is just like the one he had at his friend's. This is one of favourite dishes. Although quite often thought to be an Indian dish this recipe was actually developed in the UK.

    Recipe #86753

    DONT BOTHER WITH TAKE-OUT. THIS IS SO QUICK AND EASY AND IT WILL SATISFY YOUR CRAVING FOR CHINESE. GET THE SCALLOPS ON SALE AND YOUR DINNER WILL BE ECONOMICAL TOO!

    Recipe #53166

    A hearty open sandwich, topped with a classic flavor combination-- crab with avocado and ginger. Perfect fora light summer lunch, or anytime!

    Recipe #289158

    This is a very spicy meal I learned from a friend of mine who came here from Thailand when she was 21.

    Recipe #78400

    Usage of wine comes from living in the Bay Area. Feel free to use either white or red wines instead of both. If you do not have sake, you can sub white wine. You can purchase shichimi togarashi which is a Japanese 7 spice pepper mixture often used in soups, meats, and veggies. You can also find a recipe in recipezaar by typing shichimi togarashi.

    Recipe #403162

    Easy, tasty weeknight recipe. Adaptable to different types of meat; add veges or delete to suit your taste, or what you have on hand. I developed this "cook-and-drain" technique to avoid chow mein that was swimming in liquid. It also makes added thickeners unnecessary. I show varying amounts of noodles and cabbage - I enjoy a chow mein with lots of veges, but others in my family like the noodles. This recipe works well either way.

    Recipe #311895

    Adapted (liberally) from Simply THAI Cooking, this is a favorite in our house, as testified by the badly stained page in my cookbook. Can also sub pork for the chicken. Change vege to suit your taste - green beans are nice instead of bok choy. Prep all ingredients, including the sauces, before starting to cook.

    Recipe #333164

    This recipe was in a recent issue of Cook's Illustrated. My husband and I both LOVED it. A few notes as well as some changes I made: They suggest using whole milk yogurt, I could only find lowfat and it still tasted fine. I did not have the serrano chile it calls for, but I did put in a bit extra cayenne and it was still delicious. If you do not have the garam masala they suggest you substitute the following: 2 teaspoons ground coriander, 1/4 teaspoon ground cardamom, 1/4 teaspoon ground cinnamon, and 1/2 teaspoon ground black pepper. (I had the garam masala on hand so I'm not sure if the substitute is good or not.)

    Recipe #258220

    Since I am calorie counting, I took one of my family's favorite recipes and modified it to bring down the calories. If you cannot find rice wine, you can substitute Sherry, Madeira or Marsala.

    Recipe #376900

    2 Reviews |  By stacylu

    Fresh, light Thai flavor - from Cooking Light and one of my new favorites. The filling can be done ahead of time and reheated before filling the leaves or served cold. Both are wonderful

    Recipe #247304

    Better than take out. If you dont have a wok, you can use a large fry pan. Watch those cashews, or they can burn easily.

    Recipe #52006

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