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    This is a chicken recipe without all the fat but with all the tomatoey, spicy, creamy taste of butter chicken. The dominant flavours are coriander, cumin, tomatoes, onions and yogourt-based sauce. It's delicious!

    Recipe #174960

    A Cantonese chef -- my roommate-- gave me this recipe that I translated into English. It's pan-fried egg noodles (crispy brown in places) topped with a mix of vegetables and seafood in a light white sauce. Very nice.

    Recipe #171553

    This is my favourite cabbage roll recipe. They are low-fat, easy to make, produce high yield, and are cleaned up whatever party I bring them to. They provide all four food groups in one dish.

    Recipe #171321

    Creamy cheesecake recipe from the Riversong Lodge in Alaska. Start making one day ahead of time.

    Recipe #171320

    This is an American-Chinese food. It's sweet and tangy -- if you like sweet and sour flavours, this is great. It's easy to make for quick dinners, and has vegetable, meat, and rice all in one.

    Recipe #169615

    This is a popular noodle served as fast meal or snack in China, Taiwan, and Southeast Asia. It's a mix-it yourself dish good for parties and potlucks. It originated in Szechuan province and is distinguished by the rich sesame or peanut butter sauce with ginger, garlic, and Szechuan peppercorn powder. Szechuan peppercorns make your tongue tingle in a way that's not fiery but still exciting.

    Recipe #168664

    This recipe was made by Janet Joel from Cabbagetown, Toronto. It's a little time consuming, but the judges chose it as a winner in the Cabbagetown festival.

    Recipe #168640

    This is a fast food or home meal in Beijing, and is quite popular in Korea as well. It's a thick wheat noodle topped with a savory pork sauce, which is a bit sweet and spicy. All this is garnished with a mound of shredded cucumber. You mix it all together and voila... a filling, tasty meal. It's Pucca, the Japanese cartoon character's favourite food as well. Many variations of this recipe exist -- Chinese people prefer it sweet, Koreans like it salty and with potatoes. Common additions/subsitutions for the pork are: beef, dried shrimp, eggs, shredded bean curd and eggplant.

    Recipe #168032

    Kimchi is typically red, high in sodium, and very strong tasting. Some people find it too strong and salty. White kimchi is very nice. It has less salt, and is refreshing in the summer time, whilst packing the garlic and tangy taste.

    Recipe #167366

    This is a favourite Korean appetizer. It's any time of day (breakfast or lunch), and often eaten with maccoli (homestyle rice wine) on rainy days with friends in Korean pubs.

    Recipe #167120

    This is a popular classic in the Chinese restaurant scene. You can replace the pork with chicken or shrimp, but the original recipe is with pork. My parents say this recipe tastes better than the ones they've had in Canadian Chinese restaurants. Once you get the hang of making it, you'll want to make it often. If you don't want to spend the time making pancakes, you can use soft tortillas to replace. The homemade pancakes are much better though. This dish goes well with hot and sour soup, for a Beijing style meal.

    Recipe #165363

    This is adapted from Robbie's Recipes on the Internet with few changes. This pizza recipe is amazing!!! The crust is thin, springy and loadable with your favourite toppings. You can add more olive oil if you like it crispier.

    Recipe #165360

    Beer sauce complements chicken very well, especially with tomatoes and veggies. This recipe is from Yangshuo, China, a tourist village near Guilin with hills like in Chinese watercolour paintings. The famous local fare is "beer fish" and I've adapted the recipe from 7th Heaven Cafe.

    Recipe #165352

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