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    A fabulous way of adding a bit of colour along with a crisp texture in Chinese cooking; this can be made just before you are ready to serve an Oriental meal, and is one of the nicest ways I know of dressing up the humble radish! You can use red radishes, Chinese white radish - Mooli or even black radishes for this quick pickle. Serve it as an accompaniment for most Chinese or Asian meals. Make sure that whatever type of radishes you use, are fresh, firm and crisp. I prefer the red radishes for colour, but any of the radishes I have suggested work well in this simple pickle. The quantities listed below, will serve about 4 people as a generous condiment.

    Recipe #306079

    This is a Filipino dish I learned from my mother-in-law. I love this recipe because you only need garlic, soy sauce & vinegar (no oil!) and in 30 mins you have wonderfully flavored chicken. As mentioned in a review, it is salty so the Filipino's eat small bites of chicken with lots of rice and veggies (pancit works very well). It certainly helps stretch your chicken. If you can't have gluten in your diet, this is certainly a recipe to try as long as you use wheat free soy sauce (La Choy works great!).

    Recipe #290782

    An oil fused with garam masala, coriander, cardamom, fennel, allspice, curry and chili. Cooking time includes allowing the oil to sit for 3 days in a cool, dark place before using. Can be stored for up to 3 months.

    Recipe #175797

    We made this tasty dish for our Hawaiian Luau. "Long rice" is not rice, but cellophane noodles made from mungbean flour, also known as bean threads. This recipe starts with marinading the chicken for an hour, which I've included in the prep time; but once you start cooking, the dish takes very little time to make. Please note that the bean threads absorb water very quickly and require very little cooking time. If they are cooked too long, they will break down.

    Recipe #162953

    I made this cake for our Hawaiian Luau, and several times since then! It's a pretty white cake layered with haupia filling, a Hawaiian coconut pudding. If you like coconut, this cake is really nice. Not too sweet. It's a little work, but well worth it in the end. If you don't want to do the layering, just make it in a 9x13 pan and only make a half batch of the haupia filling. Please note that preparation/cooking times are approximate and don't include chilling times.

    Recipe #162911

    This can be kept in the fridge for 1 day without the coconut milk. Add in the coconut milk when you reheat the soup. The soup will become very thick as it stands. Thin with stock or water if necessary.

    Recipe #175766

    Wonderful smell and flavor. Nice for a hot day. I clipped this from the paper several years ago.

    Recipe #162875

    This is a Hawaiian pudding made with taro, coconut, brown sugar, and coconut milk. Originally, kulolo was wrapped in ti leaves and baked in an underground oven called an imu. But, you can easily make this version in your oven at home. We made this for our Hawaiian Luau.

    Recipe #162954

    Just 4 ingredients...and the salt is optional! Please note that the cooking time includes a 30 minute rising. The kneading times given are for an electric mixer (I use my Bosch), so it will take a little longer if you do it by hand. You can easily turn these into herbed pitas by simply adding in some of your favorite herbs (fresh or dried) while you're kneading the dough. EDITED TO ADD: You need to add only the amount of flour necessary to clean the sides of the bowl. So, you might not need all of the flour listed. Also, this is a flatbread, so it will not rise a lot - not at all like regular yeast bread. It is also important to preheat the oven and just before you put the pitas in, flip them over. That is what causes them to puff. This recipe works very well, we use it all of the time and love it! But, it is one of those that really needs to be followed step by step. You're welcome to zmail me if you have any trouble!!

    Recipe #156543

    Try using sautéed chicken breast meat, it's so much tastier than poached, (Recipe #226050 came with this recipe), from Cook's Country magazine, June/July 2007. We didn't use the cilantro because I hate the stuff.

    Recipe #226215

    We love this recipe, and have for many years. I've been making it since not long after we were married, and I still get requests. It's easy and quick. To make it healthier for us, I no longer sprinkle the chow mein noodles on top, but the kids sure loved them! The recipe card says this is from Woman's Day magazine. It would have sometime back in the 80's.

    Recipe #226700

    Awesome recipe, yummy sauce! This is from the newest Fine Cooking magazine, (July 2007). We were having cocktails at some friends' house this afternoon, and we couldn't wait to make it, so went to the store and bought the ingredients we didn't have. We didn't have any sides, (besides the cocktails, LOL), we just picked at it and enjoyed! We didn't have time today, but next time we will marinate it longer, a few hours in the fridge for even MORE flavor! Try this! (Cook time does not reflect marinating time.)

    Recipe #227378

    I'm saving this here, it sounds wonderful! Baking in foil keeps things so moist. I used to do it all the time and just got out of the habit, I guess. I'm going to try this one soon. Serve with basmati rice. From Cooking Light. UPDATE: I ran out of foil! So I can tell you that this works fine done in a covered baking dish, too! :)

    Recipe #228417

    We enjoyed this during the summer on croissants.

    Recipe #264517

    I found this in Cook's Country magazine. Sticky rice we can make at home and use our chopsticks?! YAY! I've stirred, lid off, lid on, added oil, etc, to try and make my rice really sticky. There's nothing special here as far as ingredients, it's just a very simple method! Thanks Cook's Country and Chef Kelley Baker! Do not stir the rice as it cooks. The finished rice can stand off heat, covered, for up to 15 minutes.

    Recipe #277122

    We made this last summer for a barbeque and everybody loved it. I used a nectarine and pear combination for the salsa and added about 1/2 teaspoon crushed red pepper for bit of a kick. YUM! Cooking time does not reflect marinating time of 24 hours.

    Recipe #228683

    Serve over rice or udon noodles. We just nibbled on them! Quite yummy and love the sambal! From Cooking Light.

    Recipe #242856

    I made this up for my daughter's homecoming from a summer trip. We loved it, and she said, "Mom, get on Zaar right now and write down what you did before you forget!" This was pretty spicy, so if you're sensitive you may want to cut the sambal to half or less. You can always add more at the table! I served this with rice noodles. It would also be good over regular pasta or rice.

    Recipe #246144

    I just hosted a 50th birthday party for a very good friend, (and it turned out for myself also!) and I made up this recipe being that I was overwhelmed. It turned out really good stuffed into mini pitas. I used more sambal and all 4 teaspoons curry powder. Everybody said I should put it on Zaar. So here goes:

    Recipe #219302

    I've been making this chutney for years, and have adapted it to my own family's taste. I don't remember where I found this recipe, but everyone loves it. If you're a chutney lover you could almost eat it with a spoon! Especially great with Indonesian curries, beef and chicken alike! I hope you enjoy! Note: Peel mangoes with a vegetable peeler, and CAREFULLY cut the flesh away from the fibrous seed.

    Recipe #134246

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