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    Zaar-Asian Cuisine!

    I love Asian flavor! I have compiled all my Asian inspired recipes here. I hope you enjoy!
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    All the spices make this a special dish with delicious flavors! From Bal Arneson - The Spice Goddess on the cooking channel. The stew can be eaten alone or with rice and it tastes perfectly spiced both ways. The fresh roasted coriander and the addition of oranges makes this a surprisingly light stew compared to the heavier texture and feel of traditional Indian Rajma/Chhole dishes.

    Recipe #493539

    Originally from Better Homes and Gardens, this has been changed to make it vegetarian. I hope you enjoy! Inspiration from delish dish.

    Recipe #493072

    Made by Cookie and Kate and posted on their blog. Healthy and addictive if you like this kind of thing, which I do.

    Recipe #493020

    The Omani people are well known for their hospitality and offers of refreshment. To be invited into someone's home will mean coffee (kahwa), a strong, bitter drink flavoured with cardamom, and dates or halwa. Posted for the North African Middle East (NAME) forum. Serving Omani coffee has certain traditions to be observed. Such rituals include that the cup should not be filled to the rim. It is rather served with only one fourth of the cup is filled, Also when the person have taken enough coffee he or she should shake his cup as a sign so that the one who is serving stop pouring more coffee for him.

    Recipe #492861

    These are the traditional spices used in stews, soups, rice, etc. made in Oman.

    Recipe #492862

    Looking for vegetarian recipes from Oman, I came across this one. Cook time is for boiling eggs. Enjoy!

    Recipe #492863

    For all my meat loving friends. :) A quick and delicious meal. You can skip the tortillas if desired. Recipe courtesy of Bobby Flay Show: Hot Off the Grill with Bobby Flay Episode: Asian Grilling

    Recipe #492841

    These are so yummy! And vegan too. Got this from Cooking Entrees with the Micheff Sisters cookbook. Enjoy! I enjoy with brown rice.

    Recipe #488545

    Adapted from San Fransisco's Millenium Restaurant's Cookbook(which was posted in Color Me Vegan) and published in the Vegan's Daily Companion by Colleen Patrick-Goudreau, this is rub your tummy good. Enjoy! (I didn't have saffron and this was still delicious. I also made this using cranberry pepper preserves and yum).

    Recipe #484217

    Adapted from a General Tso’s Chicken recipe in Men’s Health Magazine and posted on the Vegan Kitchen. The baked tofu is a great vehicle for the spicy-sweet sauce. Serve it over brown rice and tons of bright green steamed broccoli. Enjoy!

    Recipe #481645

    The sushi-like rolls of Stuffed Swiss Chard are filled with rice and grated vegetables and sprinkled with sesame-soy sauce. Quick tip: Using a mini chopper or food processor cuts prep time for this dish in half. From Country Living magazine.

    Recipe #480189

    An easy coleslaw with a yummy mayonnaise dressing with an Asian twist. Adapted from Dave Lieberman's cookbook, "Young and Hungry".

    Recipe #476412

    Full of healthy ingredients! I'm putting this here for safekeeping, I want to try it! Adapted from Whole Living.

    Recipe #475318

    Serve up with your favorite dipping sauce. If you like to spice things up, use cajun spice instead of gomashio. From How It All Vegan cookbook.

    Recipe #468474

    This really adds flavor to hummus, which is already good. Hummus is a staple food in some countries because it contains vitamin B, carbohydrates, and minerals. This recipe makes 2 cups. I usually half the amount just for me. Adapted from The Garden of Vegan cookbook by Tanya Barnard and Sarah Kramer.

    Recipe #468465

    Even if you're not a tofu fan, these crispy nuggets are hard to keep out of your mouth. The recipe includes tamarind, an herb native to India that has been cultivated for its pungent acidic flavor since prehistoric times. Tamarind can be found as a frozen paste, a liquid concentrate, or fresh in pods. The porous tofu soaks up the tamarind's bittersweet flavor and forms a caramelized crust around each bite with the tamari, ginger and garlic. The crunchy roasted sunflower seeds add contrasting texture. These are excellent hot from the oven or chilled. Adapted from Whole Foods.

    Recipe #465528

    Cardamom and garam masala add subtle spice to split peas and sweet potatoes. Directions for making on the stove and for the slow cooker. I like to add a little curry powder to spice it up even more! Adapted from Whole Foods.

    Recipe #465062

    Have you ever tried the golden sesame tofu from Whole Foods? Yum. Here is a copycat recipe that may even be better. The secret here is the cornstarch, it gives the tofu its chewy coating, but you have to sprinkle it over the tofu evenly and with a light hand; otherwise it’ll get gloppy(using a wire mesh works well). You’ll find toasted sesame oil and mirin(or you can sub rice wine vinegar) in the Asian sections of well-stocked supermarkets. Adapted from Dianacooks. Thanks Diana!

    Recipe #464582

    This is from the show Throwdown with Bobby Flay, Episode: Chicken Tikka Masala. I posted this to go with the Masala Sauce(Bobby Flay), which I posted separately. I am trying to replicate a recipe I tried up in Conn. Enjoy!

    Recipe #464584

    Yum! The original recipe used all wild rice. I have subbed some brown rice, or a blend of rices. Also the original recipe calls for barley miso, but you can use whatever miso you have on hand(I use either red or white), whichever one you use will give a different and yummy flavor. Enjoy! Adapted from a recipe from Whole Foods.

    Recipe #463396

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