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Colourful Chinese Dumplings

Colourful Chinese Dumplings by Savoury Apron

Chinese dumplings, also known as Pot-stickers or Momos (depending on where you are from), are perhaps one of the most universally known dishes. They come in many forms, many kinds of fillings, and quite often vary region to region. Made right, these babies are a mouthful of flavourful explosion, and with time, more and more unique…

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Yellow Rice

Yellow Rice by Robyn Savoie

This rice dish owes its striking color and distinctive flavor to ground achiote seed, which is derived from Annatto. Achiote, the seed of the annatto tree, is used as a food coloring and flavoring throughout Latin America. You can buy it in specialist spice shops and ethnic food stores. It is sometimes labelled as annatto powder.

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Maid Rite and Tendermaid Hamburgers At Home

Maid Rite and Tendermaid Hamburgers At Home by Terry

The secret to a Maid Rite and/or Tendermaid style loose burger Hamburger is that the beef is steamed and not fried, and this does make all the difference. Making them at home can be done although it is slightly more painstaking than the frying pan, but well worth the effort. I use a streiner or colander over a pot of boiling water…

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Jammin' Jambalaya

Jammin' Jambalaya by Smokinhotchef

This is my take on jambalaya encompassing the essence of the dish without a lot of fuss. These flavors mimic the flavors that have been key to jambalaya since it's origin around the early 1800's. I omitted the traditional okra. Not a big fan of okra!! Nonwithall, this recipe is super simple, simply delicious. Great as a main course…

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Broccoli Carrot Raisin Salad

Broccoli Carrot Raisin Salad by Deepti Naik

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Pearl Dumpling

Pearl Dumpling by Lydia Teh

Steamed mince ball coated with glutinous rice. It is a great finger food for gatherings, we love it!

1 vote
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