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    Very similar to the dressing served in Japanese restaurants over iceberg lettuce. Also good on a tossed salad or as a marinade for chicken or seafood. Most any silken tofu will work in this recipe from an older issue of Cooking Light. 2 T. = 1 serving

    Recipe #54463

    Laksa is a spicy, aromatic, soup, very popular in South-East Asia, and a meal in itself. It comprises a spicy laksa paste incorporated into a thick, rich coconut gravy, laced with spices and fresh herbs, to which is added seafood or chicken and is then served on a bed of fresh hot noodles. Although the preparation can appear daunting, if you gather all the ingredients and take it one step at a time, it is really very easy and a lot of fun. Here it is made with seafood. If you prefer chicken, omit seafood and add a pound of breast or thigh, sliced into thin strips, at step 9. Or, if you prefer, use tofu!

    Recipe #78051

    Crispy deep-fried rice noodles coated with a sweet-and-sour sauce. An easy, tasty Thai dish with interesting textures and flavors. Add pork, chicken, shrimp, or fried tofu, or a combination -- your choice.

    Recipe #78324

    Depending on the country of origin, this recipe is known by a variety of names, including "Steamboat", Chinese Fondue, Shabu-Shabu and Yosenabe. It makes for wonderful communal dining on a cold winter's night. The idea is to have a pot of simmering, seasoned broth at the table, into which fresh ingredients, including meat, seafood, tofu and vegetables, are dipped by each guest. Once cooked, the food is then dipped into a sauce of choice. Provide two sets of chopsticks per guest, one pair for dipping the ingredients into the broth, the other pair for dipping the cooked items into the sauces and for eating. You can, alternatively, provide each guest with a small wire mesh for dipping the food into the broth to cook. Adjust the type and amount of ingredients to suit your taste. Some other ideas include thinly sliced beef, fish balls, scallops, meat balls, chicken livers, squid, and broccoli. Serve with your choice of dipping sauces (see recipe for Imperial Fondue Dipping Sauces), for example, Chinese Mustard, Wasabi , Ginger Soy, Sesame Soy, Miso, Peanut, and Sweet & Sour, or use commercial brands of sauces. For cooking time, allow at least two hours for eating and conversation!

    Recipe #78536

    Another of Tomoko and my translation from our new cookbooks. We are having to guess the prep and cooking time at the moment.

    Recipe #69705

    This is a dish that is popular in Japan and usually sold as street food. This version is made with pork, although you could easily substitute chicken or tofu.

    Recipe #82262

    A tasty snack or appetizer. Tofu cubes are very crispy outside, yet warm and soft inside. Sort of like Asian "french fries". And i simple love the sauce, even used it as salad dressing sometimes!

    Recipe #69191

    To Make Ahead: The marinade will keep, covered, in the refrigerator for up to 2 days; bring to room temperature before using. The napa and bok choy can be shredded and kept in plastic storage bags in the refrigerator for up to 2 hours. (Eating Well, Spring 2003)

    Recipe #125067

    Szechuan-style stir-fried tofu with ground beef. You can adjust the spicy-ness scale by substituting chilli sauce with ketchup and add more/less chilli flakes.

    Recipe #68961

    Very simple to make, and really flavoursome, ideal winter breakfast or all-purpose soup. Based on a recipe from my asian cookbook, but that was too salty, so I changed it.

    Recipe #104573

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