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Old 09-10-2009, 02:39 AM   #51
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My family loves sweet and sour fish. There has to be a nice balance between sourness, sweetness and saltiness. I have one here which is my family's favourite. It's actually very easy and simple. More pictures and recipe on how to cook it at Keep Learning Keep Smiling Sweet And Sour Fish

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Old 09-11-2009, 04:09 AM   #52
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For all lovers of wine and ginger, this is a very good dish....Ginger wine chicken soup. The Chinese believe it to be very nutritious and health-building. I made it & my family loves it very much. It's very strong but tastes very good. More pictures and recipe at Keep Learning Keep Smiling Nutritious Ginger Wine Chicken Soup

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Old 09-12-2009, 06:30 AM   #53
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My latest craze is kimchi. It's so appetizing. It goes so well with almost all Asian dishes. I made fried chicken with kimchi & my family loved it so much with just plain rice. It came as an inspiration after eating at a Korean Restaurant. More pictures and recipe at Keep Learning Keep Smiling Fried Korean Kimchi Chicken

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Old 09-15-2009, 02:42 AM   #54
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This is another lovely Asian dish, Fried Brandy Beef With Celery, which I cooked for dinner yesterday. I'm not very good in cooking beef but this dish came out surprisingly delicious. Best to eat with just hot plain white rice. More pictures and recipe at Keep Learning Keep Smiling Fried Brandy Beef With Celery

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Old 09-15-2009, 09:18 AM   #55
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I love Asian food and all these dishes look so delicious!
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Old 09-15-2009, 11:42 AM   #56
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Old 09-16-2009, 03:25 AM   #57
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Menudo

In the Philippines we love our Menudo...kinda similar to the Mexican menudo but less spicier and easier to make with a few local ingredients such as peas and raisins...white rice usually goes great with this dish.



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Old 09-16-2009, 09:54 PM   #58
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In the Philippines we love our Menudo...kinda similar to the Mexican menudo but less spicier and easier to make with a few local ingredients such as peas and raisins...white rice usually goes great with this dish.
I have to say that I have had both kinds and they both can be great.
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one of my favourite vegetable is eggplant that my mom always cooked when we were young. She never had any recipe so I have to figure it out and guess it. Came out very nice too, though I may have missed out something along the way. Keep Learning Keep Smiling Healthy Vegetarian Fried Eggplant

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Old 09-21-2009, 02:47 AM   #60
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Fried rice is my family favourite. It really easy to cook. The fastest is to use Spam. More picture and recipe how I did it.Keep Learning Keep Smiling Delicious Spam Fried Rice

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Delicious, easy, simple Asian recipes Hi I have a lovely Chinese recipe to share here. I love Chinese food and Chinese cooking. I cooked Cashew Nut Chicken yesterday for dinner. Goes very well with plain rice and stir-fry broccoli. [U][B]Ingredients A[/B][/U] 3 chicken thighs (debone and cut into strips) 1 T light soya sauce 1 T cornflour Mix and marinade for 30 minutes. [B][U]Ingredients B (sauce)[/U][/B] 3 T light soya sauce 3 T water 1 T sugar 1 t vinegar 1 t corn flour 3 T chili sauce (optional) Mix all together in a small bowl. [U][B]Ingredients C (garnishing)[/B][/U] 1/2 C cashew nuts (roasted) coriander Heat up 3 T of oil, add the chicken. Cook it well. Add the sauce and stir till thickened. Dish it up. Top with cashew nuts and coriander for garnishing. Serve hot with plain rice. A pot of Chinese tea to go with it will be fantastic.:chef: 3 stars 1 reviews
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