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    This is a basic recipe for an excellent soup base, for Chinese cooking.

    Recipe #37534

    Steamed whole fresh fish is one of the best liked of all Cantonese Chinese dishes. One of my favorite sauces to go along with steamed fish is a "Ginger and Scallion Sauce." Serve this simple and flavorful dish with plain white rice and a side dish of fresh green chinese vegetables topped with Oyster Sauce.

    Recipe #37841

    Asian soups are wonderful and there are many different types, from mild noodle soups to spicy Hot & Sour soups. My favorite place in NYC’s Chinatown is to go to a Vietnamese Restaurant and get their Seafood Noodle Soup (Yellow Noodles). So I decided to make my own version and also added a few more ingredients as well. This recipe is for a full meal, lunch or dinner.

    Recipe #499296

    This recipe is dedicated to all the children, past, present and future who were affected by the earthquake and Tsunami of 2004. This main soup bowl is a fusion of Asian tastes from several of the 11 countries in the Indian Ocean which the Tsunami reached. From Indonesia this soup contains hot, spicy & lemon flavors, from Sri Lanka/Ceylon coconut & ginger flavors, from Thailand shrimp & chicken, from Malaysia rice noodles and from Singapore the curry taste. This is a very visually appealing bowl of soup, so get your digital camera ready and snap a few.

    Recipe #116348

    Fresh bright green asparagus is just wonderful and adding a nice cheese and lemon flavored sauce, topped with sun dried tomatoes and pine nuts… not only is an appealing dish to the eye, but tasty as well! This recipe was made especially for the RSC# 11 contest.

    Recipe #283033

    This is a wonderful Lamb Stew from the land "Down Under." I added some Turnips which will give it an Irish touch! Both Ireland and Australia/Oz have similar dishes! The original recipe can be found at; http://www.australian-lamb.com/recipeslamb?RID=147&MID=5

    Recipe #51759

    For the RSC#10 contest I have adopted the traditional rice risotto method of cook... whereby you add hot broth a little at a time until the rice or barley is cooked. Adding mushrooms, carrots, and chicken broth makes this dish a tasty one, especially when you add sour cream.

    Recipe #243340

    This is a Chinese Szechuan dish using an Asian white radish… and slow cooking is used to blend the flavors. You can cook this on a stove top or crock pot, your choice.

    Recipe #456006

    This recipe takes a basic economical cut of meat like beef cubes (beef stew) and used to create a very nice meal with portabella mushrooms, vidalia onions, swiss cheese and a creamy sauce. May I suggest serving this recipe with fingerling or hasselback baked potatoes and lima beans… enjoy.

    Recipe #454897

    Lamb chops pan fried or on a grill is one of my favorites. However, so is serving boneless lamb chops with herbs, a creamy rosemary sauce, topped with pimento peppers and then surrounded with dilled waxed beans. If you like lamb and want to try something uniquely different, then this dish you might want to consider trying. In fact “Go For It,” you will enjoy this delicious dish!

    Recipe #384223

    Sea Cucumbers ("beche de mer" in French) with its gelatinous texture is a delicacy in Chinese cuisines. The Sea Cucumber is flavorless, however it has the ability to soak up the flavors of foods and seasonings it is cooked in. What… do you expect me to try this dish, Sea Cucumbers… which would be the reaction from many people (other than Asians) when seeing this sea creature. However, if you have an open mind in trying different foods, then give this recipe a go.

    Recipe #449111

    If you are a buttermilk lover, this is the recipe for you! Delicious and refreshing on a hot summers day!

    Recipe #53445

    This wonderful and tasty soup (Khao Soi) was introduced to me by LeggyPeggy (Asian Forum Host, food dot com) and on her food blog, which featured a very good recipe by a leading Australian cook. However, I have enhanced the recipe’s ingredients and to my personal taste. That is, I used less coconut milk and added chicken stock, less Thai red curry paste… and my own homemade crispy noodles. Further, I had visited Chiang Mai in northern Thailand many years ago, but never had this delicious soup, until now. Enjoy!

    Recipe #504443

    Ever wonder why the chicken crossed the road. Make this tasty dish and just before serving ask your guests this question, “Why did the chicken cross the road? And then let them tell you why! LOL------

    Recipe #211546

    This is a variation of my original recipe Recipe #404563 . However, in this recipe the chicken livers are coated which make it slightly crispy and with a nice Cantonese flavor for your tasting pleasure.

    Recipe #408103

    This recipe was created for the “Dining on A Dollar” contest. This dish is very easy to make and using ingredients that can often be found in your kitchen. Chickpeas (also know as garbanzo bean, Indian pea, ceci bean, Bengal gram) is one of the required ingredients to use and combined with mushrooms, cheese and a touch of tomato sauce makes this egg omelet a tasty one for breakfast or brunch to try.

    Recipe #440720

    The Japanese name for Bean Curd is Tofu (Chinese name is Dou Fo), it is high in protein, inexpensive and blends very well with many different types of foods. For this recipe I have used fresh small sized shrimp and then placed on a bed of yellow rice.

    Recipe #416733

    When I think of lamb, it reminds me of Sheri Lewis and her puppet "Lamb Chop", Ba, Ba! LOL For this recipe you can use de-boned lamb chops (or lamb/beef meat), however, in Asia pork is often used for this dish. This is a fun recipe to make, since the rice sticks/vermicelli noodles magically puff up almost instantly! As a side dish I have added an Asian Peanut Dipping Sauce for each individual portions.

    Recipe #64903

    This delicious yogurt soup just "Hits The Spot" on a hot summers day! You can find variations of this recipe from Eastern Europe to the Middle East. I especially loved the yogurts in Turkey, Iran and Greece. If possible, try making your own home made yogurt. I use a Salton Yogurt Maker and the yogurt comes out rich and creamy. However, a good substitute is the Greek yogurts found in some of the bigger supermarkets.

    Recipe #53603

    This is a Country Style Pork Spareribs recipe and with a Mustard-Honey-Mayonnaise Topping… and specifically created for the RSC #15 cooking contest. Even though you can make this dish by frying the spareribs in a pan, broiling, grilling, baking or steaming... I have found that using a Crock Pot works extremely will. That is, the meat will be soft and almost fall off the bone… Add a M-H-M topping and then plated with some nice Roasted Garlic Green String Beans. Finally, if you like plenty of garlic then here you go, this recipe is the one to try and enjoy.

    Recipe #413689

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