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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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Steamed Nian Gao

Steamed Nian Gao by Little Corner of Mine

This is a steamed glutinous rice cake that Chinese eat during the Chinese New Year to bring luck and family togetherness.

1 vote
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Colorful Organic Rava Idlis

Colorful Organic Rava Idlis by MyCreative Flavors

A bowl of organic idlis made with lots of freshness of veggies is a great way to start your day.

1 vote
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Steamed Longevity Butterfly Prawns

Steamed Longevity Butterfly Prawns by Blackswan

I found these beautiful butterfly prawns at a coffee shop & went home to experiment cutting & decorating it after that. The pattern is nice especially when you've guests. Check out this simple & delicious dish for this Chinese New Year!

1 vote
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Fish with Spice Rub and Lemony Rice

Fish with Spice Rub and Lemony Rice by Nancy Miyasaki

This is an amazingly easy and delicious recipe. The spice rub would be yummy on just about anything I think. I really liked the way the fish cooks by steaming on top of the rice. First, it makes the dish even easier, it saves energy, and it won't heat up your house as much in the summer. More importantly, the fish just melts in…

3 votes
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Steamed Stuffed Winter Melon Rolls

Steamed Stuffed Winter Melon Rolls by kitchen flavours

Did you know that winter melon can grow as large as 80cm in length! That's really huge! The one I saw in the market is really big, I bought just a slice, about 5" wide and it already weighs almost 1 kg! Winter melon is popular among the Chinese. It can be used in stir-fries, soups and can be preserved into candied winter melon, which…

1 vote
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Homemade Seaweed Egg Tofu

Homemade Seaweed Egg Tofu by kristy

A simple & healthy meal to feed you family.

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Sweet potatoe & cheese

Sweet potatoe & cheese by Tamanna

Baby food

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Steamed Cabbage Rolls

Steamed Cabbage Rolls by foodlover

Cabbage can provide you with some special cholesterol-lowering benefits if you will cook it by steaming. The fiber-related components in cabbage do a better job of binding together with bile acids in your digestive tract when they've been steamed. When this binding process takes place, it's easier for bile acids to be excreted, and…

1 vote
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Cape Cod Slide Show and Steam Clams

Cape Cod Slide Show and Steam Clams by Patricia Turo

My visit to Cape Cod and a recipe for Steam Clams.

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GLUTEN FREE PORK TAMALES

GLUTEN FREE PORK TAMALES by Pam DeVault

By adding the juices from the pork meat to this makes this a great tasting treat!

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Steamed Pork Ribs with Fermented Black Beans

Steamed Pork Ribs with Fermented Black Beans by kitchen flavours

This is really delicious with plain white rice. Rice is a staple food and an absolute must, for Asians. Of course, we do go for noodles and sometimes fast food too, once in a while, but rice remains the main staple food for Asians. One may sit at a dinner table with lavish spreads of delicious meats and vegetables, but it will not be…

4 votes
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Homemade String Hopper Sweet Rolls

Homemade String Hopper Sweet Rolls by stella dias

One of the popular sweet dishes in Sri Lanka.

1 vote
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French Green Beans and Brocolli Salad

French Green Beans and Brocolli Salad by Nick Roche

In our continuing "Keep it simple" series, salads are a great way of creating and preparing meals that are both quick and very healthy. Here, we're not talking about throwing a few lettuce leaves together and tossing them with dressing. This simple preparation marries fresh green beans, broccoli, and tomatoes in a light savory…

2 votes
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Coconut Puttu

Coconut Puttu by Padma Priya Manikam

This is simple light breakfast or tea-break steamed snack made out of rice flour that is readily available in the supermarket. It is best mixed with grated coconut and sugar. If wish to eat it with curry, then exclude the sugar. May also include small cut pieces of ripe banana when steaming for a variant in taste.

1 vote
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