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    World Zaar Tour 4 (Asia)

    Asian recipes that are tried and tested and compiled for the WZT4

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    32 Reviews |  By Pneuma

    Beef with Broccoli is a famous stir fry Chinese dish. Almost all restaurants serve this. I got this recipe from my Mom. Everyone in our family just loves her cooking and it tastes just like the one we buy from the Chinese restaurants. This is actually very quick to make after the marinating time.

    Recipe #292607

    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

    17 Reviews |  By Pneuma

    Siu mai or Siomai are steamed dumplings but with an open top. They're just so delicious that every time I go to Chinese restaurants or take out, expect me to order this as an appetizer. My Mom/sis used to prepare this as well and is good served with a dip of soy sauce mixed with any of these: calamansi/lemon/lime/kumquat. Now that I have to make it, there are times I opt out on the water chestnuts since I don't have them but it hardly changes a thing. :D Serving size really depends. Sauce recipe: 1/4 cup soy sauce and 1 tsp lemon or lime or calamansi or kumquat.

    Recipe #288424

    1 Reviews |  By Pneuma

    a cheaper alternative than buying it from the groceries. Got this from watching happyingodslove's video. Preparation time does not include overnight soaking. Serving size is a guess.

    Recipe #295472

    4 Reviews |  By Pneuma

    For those who like to know how to make soy milk. Preparation time does not include the 8hrs/overnight soaking.

    Recipe #295461

    18 Reviews |  By Pneuma

    a popular skewer dish in Japanese, chicken thighs, wings can also be used aside from the breast.

    Recipe #302806

    8 Reviews |  By Pneuma

    A famous Japanese pork dish that my mom/sis often makes. Had to ask how this was done since I just miss this so much! Asking details from sis was a bit difficult since she just eyes it. I usually substitute it with chicken too and I still love it although she raised her eyebrow when I told her that :D Well, I love to give myself options! :)

    Recipe #289669

    13 Reviews |  By Pneuma

    Kababs are popular in the Middle East. These are often prepared during barbecues and eaten with pita bread and salads. Yield is approximate.

    Recipe #302812

    19 Reviews |  By Pneuma

    Popular in Israel and you can use any meat, beef, or lamb. Usually prepared without any veggies on the skewers and best served with salads and pita. Preparation time assumes that the meat has been cubed. Yield depends on how small the meat is cubed

    Recipe #302801

    9 Reviews |  By Pneuma

    This is a sweet Filipino cake recipe that's usually served during Fiestas. It's a delicious recipe that leaves no leftovers during celebrations and still makes your crave for more.I've also tried substitute sugar here after it's cooked and it's still good. Note: Recipezaar doesn't make me post properly at the left side the proper amount of ingredients hence I had to put it at the right side. glazed gelatin mixture calls for: 2 packets of unflavored gelatin.

    Recipe #288438

    4 Reviews |  By Pneuma

    These are famous sweet Filipino snacks sold in sidewalks. Very simple to make and a traditional comfort food for many households. Basics would just be the bananas, sugar and wrapper but adding the jack fruit makes all the difference and is preferred by most. Note: There are different types of spring roll wrappers. Get the non-translucent ones, if ever.

    Recipe #289771

    15 Reviews |  By Pneuma

    love the creamy taste of chicken, goes well with rice, as a topping for pasta noodles or scooped over puffed pastry cups

    Recipe #299156


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