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Saturday, September 19, 2015

[Indian Recipes] Moroccan Butternut Squash and Goat Cheese Soup

It’s soup Monday and I personally couldn’t be happier about it. For the soup… and for Monday. For a Monday? Wait what?

Moroccan Butternut Squash and Goat Cheese Soup | Indian Recipes

Friday, September 18, 2015

[Japanese Recipes] Quail Eggs

Classic eggs Benedict consists of half of an English muffin, topped with a slice of ham or Canadian bacon, a poached egg, and hollandaise sauce. I decided to make a version with a Japanese twist. Instead of an English muffin, I made a yaki-onigiri base—a rice ball that is lightly grilled.

Quail Eggs | Japanese Recipes

[Chinese Recipes] Tofu and Chive Buds Soup

Winter is soup time! Here is a simple hearty soup with a chicken and pork broth, cubes of soft tofu and some Chinese chive buds which have a garlickly lovely flavour.

Tofu and Chive Buds Soup | Chinese Recipes

[Korean Recipes] Gim Gui - Roasted Seaweed

Roasted seaweed or 김구이 gim gui is usually eaten with rice as banchan (side dish) or as snack. I’m sure you’ve seen little packet of salty roasted seaweed sold in supermarket and have even bought and eat it. The funny thing is when I was holidaying in South Korea I was never offered gim gui as side dish.

Gim Gui - Roasted Seaweed | Korean Recipes

Thursday, September 17, 2015

[Filipino Recipes] Ube Crinkles

Ever since I made the Ube Macapuno Cupcakes from this post, I have been thinking of ways on how to incorporate ube in desserts. Of course, I already make an ube cake, and ube bars as well, but I’m thinking I could still do more with ube. Agree? I hope so!

Ube Crinkles | Filipino Recipes

[Japanese Recipes] Ginger Scallion Slurping Noodles

When we moved back to the US I realized that it would no longer be polite to enthusiastically slurp down my noodles, and so I returned to the etiquette I grew up with, doing my best to twirl my noodles around a fork when in public. If you ever eat noodles in our home, however, you will notice that we employ the slurping method. When I look at a bowl of noodles I can practically hear them begging me to slurp them.

Ginger Scallion Slurping Noodles | Japanese Recipes

[Vietnamese Recipes] Chicken, Avocado Lemongrass Spring Roll Salad With Hoisin Crackers

No, but get this, it is actually sunny today… and not snowing. Yes, yes, yes!! Last year it was a full on blizzard as I recall. I am kind of hoping that this year, since we have so much snow that it’s insane, that spring will be sunny and maybe not freezing. But I would take just sunny because when the sun is out around here, it just feels warm. Yesterday I do believe the brother with the broken neck (Creighton) actually did some laying in the sun, just for 20 minutes or so, but he actually got a little sunburned.

 Chicken, Avocado Lemongrass Spring Roll Salad With Hoisin Crackers  | Vietnamese Recipes

Wednesday, September 16, 2015

[Indian Recipes] Baby Eggplant with Tamarind & Black Pepper

Eggplant is one of my favorite vegetables. I love them boiled, baked, roasted, fried and even mashed! They are also very versatile as they can be added to anything from pastas, Thai curries to pizzas as topping. I simply love them in Indian cuisine though…

Baby Eggplant with Tamarind & Black Pepper | Indian Recipes

[Chinese Recipes] Salt and Pepper Shrimp

Salt and pepper shrimp is a dish in the same family as Salt and Pepper Pork Chops and Salt and Pepper Squid; they are all crowd pleasers. Crispy, salty, slightly spicy…what’s not to like? You’re definitely going to get a bunch of oooh’s and ahhh’s at the table when salt and pepper shrimp is being served.

Salt and Pepper Shrimp | Chinese Recipes

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