Spicy Fried Noodles with Seafood ("Mee Goreng") The spicy fried noodles is a favorite fried noodles dish in Southeast Asia, especially among Malaysians, Singaporeans and Indonesians.
Commonly known as “Mee Goreng” in Malaysia and Singapore, or “Mi Goreng” in Indonesia, it is a flavorful and spicy one-dish meal that can be found everywhere, be it street-side hawkers or dine-in restaurants. “Mee”/”Mi” means noodles and “Goreng” means fried, or stir-fried. It is common to use fresh yellow wheat noodles, but some vendors use the dried instant noodles or rice vermicelli, or a combination of both. Pork Shogayaki (Japanese Style Ginger Pork) with Lettuce Wrap.
Pork Shogayaki (Japanese Style Ginger Pork) with Lettuce Wrap is a well-loved dish in my family, and I always have to make sure that I prepare a larger than usual portion to satisfy their appetite.
Nobody in my household would ever complain of having too much of this dish! The Japanese style Ginger Pork, or Pork Shogayaki, is a very popular lunch and dinner dish in Japan. The combination of mildly spicy shoga (ginger), shoyu (soy sauce) and mirin (sweet rice wine) makes it irresistible for the young and old alike. In Japan, Pork Shogayaki is normally served with rice and some side dishes. I like my pork slices to be paper-thin as they would cook really fast. To achieve a more balanced meal, I recommend the use of fresh butterhead or romaine lettuce, or any of your favorite leafy salad greens, to wrap the ginger-flavored pork, with steamed white rice as optional. Serves 4 as a main meal Ingredients For the Sauce Optional – Rice, cooked according to instructions for 4 persons.
Method. Pork Shogayaki (Japanese Style Ginger Pork) with Lettuce Wrap. Pork Shogayaki (Japanese Style Ginger Pork) with Lettuce Wrap. Spicy Green Mussels Stew with Onions and Peppers. My love for the Spicy Green Mussels Stew goes all the way back to my undergraduate days in the city of Perth, Western Australia.
My girlfriends and I used to frequent this restaurant near our residence, and it served the freshest and most succulent mussels cooked in a spicy and tantalizing tomato stew. We loved it so much so that the waiter would always place an order of our “must-have” dish by default. It took me a few attempts to replicate this dish in my kitchen years after I returned home after graduation. Asian Tofu Salad. On busy weekdays, I like my meals to be quick and healthy.
My Asian Tofu salad is a dish that I prepare every now and then, also partly because I am too lazy at times to cook up a storm in my kitchen. The ingredients for my Asian Tofu Salad recipe is fairly simple, and I’m sure you can get the fresh produce from your neighborhood Asian grocer or supermarket. The star ingredient is of course the tofu, a.k.a. bean curd, which is one of the most important soy-based ingredient in Asian cooking.
For this dish I would recommend that you get the firm tofu, rather than the soft or silken tofu variety, and they handle better when fried in oil. I like the tofu to have a crispy crust, so 5 to 7 minutes in hot cooking oil is all that is needed. As for the dressing, feel free to experiment with different proportions of the condiments to suit your taste. Crispy Recipe of Roasted Duck. Here’s a great idea if you are still thinking hard about what you should cook over the holidays.
It is not often that we have a roasted duck on our dinner table, so I decided that we would do something different for this year. Roasting a duck is no different from roasting other types of meat; the oven will do the work while you prepare the other dishes. Of course a duck has lots of fats stored underneath its skin, so it is important that you prick tiny holes on the skin so that the fats will melt away under heat and flow out from the skin; this will make the skin crispy. Grilled Spicy Chicken Tikka on Bamboo Skewers. Holidays are here again, and here’s another great party dish to prepare for your family and friends.
Thai Deep Fried Pandan Wrapped Chicken. The Thai Deep Fried Pandan Wrapped Chicken is a common dish that is found in many Thai restaurants and small Asian eateries alike.
The unique thing about this dish is how the pandan leaves are used to wrapped the chicken meat while at the same time infuses the fragrance from this perennial plant during the cooking process. Pandan, also known as Pandanus or Screwpine, are widely grown and used in Thailand, Indonesia, Malaysia and Singapore. Grilled Salmon with Homemade Teriyaki Sauce. If you like the sweet and sticky Japanese Teriyaki sauce, then this recipe is for you.
Rather than relying on ready-made Teriyaki sauce from the bottle, why not try making some on your own? Making your own Teriyaki sauce is almost effortless, and with the right ingredients and condiments, you can make slight adjustments by varying the proportions of each to suit your taste buds. I like fast and easy recipes, as I do not have the luxury of time to spend hours in the kitchen on busy weekdays. Salmon fillet cooks really fast and when combined with the homemade Teriyaki sauce, it becomes an instant Japanese-inspired meal for you and your family.
There is no need to marinade the salmon fillet hours before cooking; simply glaze the Teriyaki sauce over the fresh salmon fillet prior to hitting the fish on the oven grill. Alternatively, you can substitute the salmon with chicken or beef fillet, but cooking time may vary. Homemade Teriyaki Sauce Ingredients Part A Part B 1 tsb corn flour¼ cup water.
Make Crispy Deep Fried Chinese Pork and Cabbage Dumplings. The Chinese dumplings are an important part of Chinese culinary culture ever since its introduction more than two thousand years ago.
Served and eaten on almost any occasions, the Chinese dumplings come in myriad of shapes and fillings. Essentially, the Chinese dumpling has a thin layer of dough with a meat or vegetable filing, or a blend of both. Dumplings can be boiled, steamed, pan seared or deep fried, or a combination of these cooking methods. My family loves dumplings.