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Yearly Archives: 2010

Lotong (Rice Cake Cubes)

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This rice cakes are very useful to accompany many Southeast Asian & Pernakan Cuisine especially for Satay, Lontong and just to name a few. View more

Satay Peanut Sauce

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This peanut sauce is also a very popular in the Southeast Asian and Pernakan cooking. It is mainly used to accompany all kinds of meat satay, noodles and many more. Peanut Sauce is one of my favorite sauces. View more

Sweet Potatoes & Cabbage Lemak with noodles

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I love coconut milk in my cooking. I know it is not too good for cholesterol but a small consumption will not hurt. I love cooking this dish with any meat as I like to taste the sweetness of the sweet potatoes and cabbage. View more

Spicy Char Kway Teow with Seafood

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This dish is a very popular in South-East Asian countries. It is easily available at any time of the day…basically 24 hours. Malaysian, Thai and Singaporean Chay Kway Teow are cooked differently. View more

Spicy California Rolls

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A few months, we hosted a young lady from Japan for a month in Connecticut. While she was us, she taught me how to cook some of the easy and simple Japanese dishes. I got to learn how to make sushi rolls. Japanese cooking takes a long process to prepare a meal. View more

Buckwheat Noodles

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Buckwheat noodles play a major role in the cuisines of Japan, Korea and the Valtellina region of Northern Italy. Soba noodles are the subject of deep cultural importance in Japan. View more

Gai Choy (Jie Cai)

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This vegetable has the same texture and taste as Choy Sum (Chinese Mustard Leaf). Mainly use for stir-fry dish but sometime in the soup. View more

Buckwheat Noodles (Soba) with Seafood & Edamame

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I am not a bean lover no matter if the bean is fresh or dried. Edamame is a Japanese name for soya beans (soy beans). In Chinese cooking the beans are usually steamed or boiled but sometimes baked or deep fried. View more

Stir-Fry Shishito with Boston Mackerel

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I went to a Japanese grocery store in White Plains, NY to get some fresh vegetables. I came across these little green chilies and wondered how I could use them in Asian cooking. I did not know that the Japanese use these chilies. View more

Buckwheat Noodles (Soba) with Turkey

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As I had mentioned before that there are two types of Soba noodles, one is unsalted and the other is salted. This dish I used the salted Soba noodles. When you use this salted one, you do not need to add too much salt or soy sauce. My husband is always my taster and he preferred the unsalted Soba noodles. Well, I like to use both as long as you just adjust the seasonings. I prepared this dish in Chinese-style. View more