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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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    What a great idea! Use up those takeout sauces you get in those little packets! Yield is approximate. The size of the packets is estimated.

    Recipe #97426

    A delicious mixture of tropical juices topped with soda water for some fizz. :)

    Recipe #460072

    You can make this at home, it's easy and heart healthy! It makes a geat base for smoothies and sauces. Nuts are used prolifically in Africa and Asia.

    Recipe #174601

    I used some coconut milk and looking for some recipes to use the rest of it up, came across this easy and so smooth and delicious smoothie from Thai Kitchen.

    Recipe #459196

    All the flavor without the alcohol. A great drink for kids of all ages. And so yummy. This is said to have originated in Hawaii, but it's good for any beach, anywhere!

    Recipe #460193

    From Every Day with Rachael Ray magazine, this is delicious!

    Recipe #223190

    This recipe comes from Heather Carlucci-Rodriguez, who opened a tiny shop in Manhattan called Lassi, selling especially fresh and vibrant version of classic Punjabi dishes.

    Recipe #172508

    This spicy, gingery dressing has a smooth creamy texture due to pureed silken tofu. Mmmmm.....

    Recipe #104516

    An easy, quick way to make almond butter. Use this to make Mexican Hot Chocolate, or Frozen Mocha Almond Shake!

    Recipe #172631

    Taken from the book The Balanced Plate by Renee Loux. This is what she says,"This homemade version of expensive tincture formulas sold in natural food stores has quite a kick! It stimulates circulation and really stands up to an assault on the immune system."

    Recipe #275246

    If you haven't tried almond butter, now is the time! Goody good!

    Recipe #172623

    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

    This is a little different, in that you mix the berries and place in the bottom of your glass, then pour the yogurt blend over the top, mixing ever so gently. Enjoy! Adapted from Good Cooking with Jill Dupleix.

    Recipe #293979

    Great with fish or chicken or vegetables! Adapted from The New Basics Cookbook.

    Recipe #145367

    I am told that in Thailand, this is sold in plastic bags roadside. Sip it, close your eyes, and imagine you're there. The recipe calls for a handful of coriander. This is actually cilantro, called fresh coriander in Asia.

    Recipe #126570

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

    Recipe #492862

    The distinct aroma of Bengali cuisine comes from the blend of spices known as panch phoron. Panch means “five” and phoron is “flavor”. Panch phoron is a blend of flavorful seeds: the green fennel, yellow mustard, black nigella, golden fenugreek and brown cumin. The ingredients are generally added in equal proportions, though this can vary according to taste. Nigella seeds are about the size of sesame seeds. The seeds appear often in East Indian Cooking. Their flavor is enhanced by heating or baking. If you can't find nigella seeds, I have given a substitue that will give you a good likeness of the oniony, sour taste. If you are looking for the color, you can add some black sesame seeds. From virtualbangladesh.com.

    Recipe #508741

    This blend comes close to the flavors in the typical seasoned salt blends like Lawry's, without the sodium. Use it where seasoned salt is called for or when you want to give food a little extra flavor. This is really good on eggs and soups! Adapted from Low Sodium Cooking. This would also make a good gift!

    Recipe #194706

    Drink for a fast, anytime boost! Adapted from BH&G magazine.

    Recipe #369838

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