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    Awesome Asian Cuisine!!!

    If you love dishes from all over Asia, then check out these mouthwatering creations!
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    3 Reviews |  By annakj

    Delicious! Similar to Applebees oriental dressing

    Recipe #486929

    3 Reviews |  By I'mPat

    From Ready Steady Cook and Chef Tom Klime. Have not included 15 minutes chilling time.

    Recipe #457000

    4 Reviews |  By Bergy

    I have not put a recipe for the filling but there are many recipes here on recipezaar. Check out Bergie's Dim Sum recipes and many others

    Recipe #19099

    Another variation on the tradional Chamorro estufao.

    Recipe #322536

    These taste just like your favorite Chinese Restaurants.....

    Recipe #44240

    This is a great Thai flavor, although it may not be traditional, but to me it still adds all the same flavors of the lime, garlic, and heat from the red pepper. This is NOT a saucy dish but lighter in calories... but still has tons of flavor. If you don't want to use shrimp for this you could easily substitute chicken. The sesame noodles to me are key, it really makes the difference, but you could use vermicelli or spaghetti if need be. I found my sesame noodles right in my local grocer.

    Recipe #389559

    This is a super simple meal that has wonderful flavour and can either be made for a main meal or as a light meal depending on the amount of rice cooked. As we are trying not to eat too many carbs at the moment and this was for a main meal I served ours with less rice and some sauced bok choy which paired really well. As you can only buy lemon grass in such large quantities here I have found a brand that is already made into a paste. I used to always use fresh but ended up throwing half of it away before I could use it, so I asked at my local Asian grocery store once what she had and she told me about the paste. It tastes just as good but to me it is more concentrated than fresh so I used 1 Teaspoon in this recipe, I would use 1 Tablespoon if using fresh.

    Recipe #313026

    67 Reviews |  By Teri

    We had these at Bonefish Grill. They are a great app. Since then, I have been trying many recipes looking for one that tastes close. This is the best that I have found. Sometimes I fix these and just serve with a salad for lunch - very delicious!

    Recipe #187731

    From the Frugal Gourmet, Jeff Smith. This is a simple appetizer recipe that Jeff created because he was inspired by a similar recipe he had eaten in San Francisco. It's an easy fix! You will have to peel and eat, so make sure to have plenty of napkins!

    Recipe #424747

    For those days when you are craving slow braised goodness of ribs. The recipe comes from Bon Appetit.

    Recipe #447007

    This is not your typical gloppy sweet and artificially dyed sweet and sour sauce you normally find in lots of Chinese restaurants in the U.S. It's not red but the taste of this dipping sauce is much more complex and just plain tastier. I hope you like it with your spring rolls or egg rolls. Even fried wontons. This recipe comes from A. Nguyen's book. For variation, use pineapple juice in place of 1/2 C water for tropical flavor.

    Recipe #447509

    I love these tender chicken pieces in fragrant coconut curry gravy. When served with hot coconut rice and fried anchovies, it's called Nasi Lemak. (Check out my recipe for the rice). I'd like to think this is lower in fat than those restaurant ones. Eat the leftover with crusty French bread. Yum...

    Recipe #69487

    This is a wonderful chilli sauce/dip which goes well with pretty much ANYTHING. This makes 1 jar, which can be kept in the fridge for up to 1 week. Great as a gift for someone mad about chilli.

    Recipe #62472

    My version of Thai Beef Basil I usually get from take-out. If you can find Thai Basil and Thai Chilies that would be great. Otherwise, I've used regular basil and serrano or jalapeno chilies instead. I freeze the beef for 10 minutes to make it easier to thinly slice.

    Recipe #320938

    "CHUCKWAGON COOKIE’S BULGOGI" Taken from www.discusscooking.com

    Recipe #240472

    25 Reviews |  By s'kat

    A wonderfully marinated Korean beef dish. Kimchi, white sticky rice, whole cabbage leaves and assorted pickled vegetables make a wonderful accompaniment. Optionally, add an assortment of vegetables to beef marinade.

    Recipe #15690

    This is a variation of my Recipe #226422 with a little Asian flair. It was a big hit with my husband. You could make this recipe as the main course of a meal, or it could work for an appetizer as well.

    Recipe #261088

    26 Reviews |  By Tebo

    This can be done under a broiler if a BBQ is not available. Prep time does not include marinate time.

    Recipe #30380

    Please don't send the recipe police after me - I checked it as a vegetarian recipe because I posted the two adaptations. This recipe is easily adaptable to serve vegetarians also. To serve 1 vegetarian and 3 meat-lovers: after stirring in the vegetables, coconut milk, lime leaves, and water, transfer about 1 cup of the curry mixture to a 2-quart saucepan. To this smaller pan, add 4 oz. extra firm tofu, cut into 3/4 inch pieces, and bring to a simmer over medium heat, cover, and cook until the vegetables are tender, 8 to 10 minutes. Stitr in 2 tsp soy sauce, 1/4 cup of the basil, and 1 tsp of the lime juice. With the remining curry mixture in the 3-quart saucepan, finish the master recipe, for the 3 meat eaters. :) Recipe by Ivy Manning Fine Cooking Magazine, December 30, 2009

    Recipe #432173

    Another delicious way to enjoy fried rice, fragrant with the heady aroma of basil!

    Recipe #32321

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