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Chinese dragon Tang Yuan

Chinese dragon Tang Yuan by Weining Wang

Cooking is my faith. I wouldn't wait for its coming, just as Elizabeth David. The spirit which had been imparted to my soul by the renowned chefs I met in my grandfather’s kitchen gave me a sense of mission. I kept asking myself. What my ideal is? Where is my vagrant soul? Where is the home of my cooking? Where can I resolve my…

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Hong Kong Style Breakfast Soup

Hong Kong Style Breakfast Soup by Chef Paul McGovern

This is a very simple dish that I eat whenever I go to Hong Kong. My wife is from Hong Kong so we eat this at home too all the time it's delicious. And you can be prep this well ahead of time.

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Chinese Hot Dragon Chicken

Chinese Hot Dragon Chicken by Weining Wang

Hot Dragon chicken, also named drunken chicken or hot roast chicken, are a traditional Chinese New Year food. They are popular around the world, but especially in regions south of the Yangtze River. Beijing, China’s massive capital, has a history stretching back 3,000 years. It is known world-wide for such ancient sites as the grand…

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Chinese Seafood Noodles

Chinese Seafood Noodles by Weining Wang

My favorite food is Chinese seafood, like Seviche (even though that's technically Peruvian, but I like the Chinese Style Seviche) and Campechana. Those dishes usually contain a medley of different seafood ingredients like fish, shrimp, Mussels, octopus or crab. They are then doused in a tomato lime base with different vegetables; it…

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Chinese Dragon Sauerkraut

Chinese Dragon Sauerkraut by Weining Wang

one of the main branches of Chinese traditional philosophy, the Confucians, has had a great relationship with the Chinese dragon culture. The question involved whether the Chinese emperors had held their great power over the country from the Chinese dragon culture; this thought of Confucians is a complex issue that has included two…

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Chinese Dragon noodles

Chinese Dragon noodles by Weining Wang

another important reason for the dragon to become the most popular icon in Chinese history came from how the dragon culture and the Chinese traditional food culture came together and interacted with each other in surprising ways. Almost every festival has its special food to commemorate the history. For example: after the rainy…

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Naan Bread II

Naan Bread II by myra byanka

Great flatbread for wraps, soups, stews, etc. Requires a comal or cast iron skillet. Recipe easily doubles.

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Easy-Does-It Fried Rice

Easy-Does-It Fried Rice by Salad Foodie

Leftover rice is a perfect excuse to make fried rice, and this is a simple recipe for a favorite oriental comfort food. Add in any desired meat or shrimp to make a more hearty main dish. Two cooking options are possible with the same ingredients - see Methods 1 and 2 below included in directions.

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Terminal Velocity Teriyaki Turkey Drummettes

Terminal Velocity Teriyaki Turkey Drummettes by Back To The Future

美味しい (oishii) = Good Tasting

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Myra's Asian Coleslaw

Myra's Asian Coleslaw by myra byanka

A catering client named this slaw after me, which was a big hit with her niece.

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Papaya Halwa

Papaya Halwa by chef bb

It’s an Indian-style dessert made of semi-ripe papaya. You already heard about a carrot and Moong Dal Halwa. My idea is to mix some health with the sweet. If you are more health aware you can adjoin jaggery as an alternative to sugar. I added sugar, khova (dry milk product); some dry fruits and fat in it.

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Chicken and Basil Stir Fry

Chicken and Basil Stir Fry by Salad Foodie

A quick entrée that won't bust your budget or waistline. Garlic, ginger and basil flavor the chicken lightly. Serve with hot cooked rice if desired. From Sunset Weeknight, 2005.

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Fried Noodles With Peanut Sauce

Fried Noodles With Peanut Sauce by Wendi Taylor

A simple and delicious take on a traditional Asian dish.

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Chicken and Veggies Stir Fry, Low Calorie and Super Yummy

Chicken and Veggies Stir Fry, Low Calorie and Super Yummy by Skinny Kitchen with Nancy Fox

Stir frys make a terrific weeknight dinner since they come together really quickly and can be made healthy too. This skinny one is chock full of broccoli, pea pods, carrots, cabbage, onions and lean chicken breasts. The skinny for 1 huge, fiber rich serving, 264 calories, 6 grams of fat and 7 Weight Watchers POINTS PLUS.

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Miso Sake Glazed Scallops

Miso Sake Glazed Scallops by Karista

A subtly decadent combination of miso, sake and fresh ginger that creates a beautifully delicious glaze for scallops or even black cod.

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