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By Chef floWer on March 26, 2011
"A Chinese type of Chicken with Cashews recipe. I added less peanut oil when I was stir-frying as I thought six tablespoons was a bit to much. I used chicken liquid stock instead of water to give the recipe more flavour. I use bean sprout instead bamboo shoots (personal taste) however I think you could add any vegetables you wish without dramatically..."
Ingredients: corn oil, cornflour...
Prep Time: 5 mins
Total Time: 20 mins
By KitchenManiac on September 13, 2010
"This is totally and utterly comfort food for Asians. Posted this recipe for Skipper/Sy. It is a total self-creation that has become a staple in my family. We actually have craving for this. A total balanced meal, all in one. You can substitute the chicken with beef or pork. Still good. :) It can be served to toddlers cos it is very soft. Asian toddlers..."
Prep Time: 20 mins
Total Time: 2 hrs 20 mins
By KitchenManiac on March 27, 2010
"This is one of the best Thai salads I have ever tasted and I just had to share it with my zaar family. Try it, you won't regret it. You can substitute the beef with the same amount of Pork fillets, chicken breasts or thigh fillets, or some firm tofu. When preparing this salad in advance, cook the beef, prepare the salad, and make the dressing,..."
Ingredients: cilantro leaves, salad greens...
Prep Time: 15 mins
Total Time: 15 mins
By French Tart on May 22, 2007
"I discovered this yellowing paper cutting in my Mum's recipe scrapbook recently - this recipe is the one we always used to use when I was younger. The recipe was posted in the South China Morning Post in 1963 - by a chef from The Repulse Bay Hotel - that lovely old Colonial hotel is sadly no longer there......they used to have this great satay on..."
Prep Time: 45 mins
Total Time: 1 hrs
By Jenny Sanders on January 17, 2005
"This is a quick and easy side dish with a Chinese flair. I love glass noodles, also known as cellophane noodles, transparent noodles, or bean-thread noodles. They are made with mung bean starch, and are purchased as a stiff twiggy bundle. The bundles vary in size; this recipe calls for the smallest bundles available. When cooked they turn clear and..."
Ingredients: dried shiitake mushrooms, fresh cilantro...
Prep Time: 20 mins
Total Time: 40 mins
By KitchenManiac on May 22, 2004