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Asian Recipes

You can find our Asian recipes here:

Japanese

Japanese Curry Recipe

Japanese Curry Recipe

Japanese Mushroom Soup

Japanese Mushroom Soup

Japanese Pot Stickers Recipe (Gyoza)

Japanese Pot Stickers Recipe (Gyoza)

How To Fold Gyoza

How To Fold Gyoza

Chicken Katsu (Breaded Chicken Recipe)

Chicken Katsu (Breaded Chicken Recipe)

Chinese

Chicken Fried Rice Recipe

Chicken Fried Rice Recipe

Chinese Style Steamed Eggplant

Chinese Style Steamed Eggplant

Hong Kong Green Beans Recipe

Hong Kong Green Beans Recipe

Indian

Chicken Korma Recipe

Chicken Korma Recipe

Naan Bread Recipe

Naan Bread Recipe

Indian Potato Curry Recipe with Lamb Crumble

Potato Curry Recipe with Lamb Crumble

Chicken Tikka Masala Recipe

Chicken Tikka Masala Recipe

Indian Butter Chicken Recipe

Indian Butter Chicken Recipe

Indian Chapati Bread

Indian Chapati Bread

Thai

Find our easy Thai recipes here!

Find our easy Thai recipes here!

Miscellaneous

Asian Best Hamburger Recipe

Asian Best Hamburger Recipe

Quick Pork Stir Fry Recipe

Quick Pork Stir Fry Recipe


This Asian recipes chapter introduces you to flavorful and easy Indian recipes, easy Japanese recipes, easy Chinese recipes and much more.

Japanese Pot Stickers Recipe

The most important trigger that makes Asian food so attractive to us is the use of ingredients we are not very familiar with in the West. It results in an interesting blend of freshness, taste and texture that is quite different from what we are used to eat. Thanks to these modern times Asian products such as lemons, coriander, lemongrass, fish sauce, soy sauce, wasabi, ginger, baby eggplant, seaweed, bokchoy and noodles are mainstream in most of our supermarkets or grocery stores.

Hong Kong Green Beans Recipe

The most famous and established cuisines are Chinese, Thai, Vietnamese, Japanese, Indonesian and Korean. Every (big) city at least houses one of these little restaurants. A little less familiar but equally interesting are Philippine, Malaysian, Tibetan and Laotian cuisine.

I don’t know quite where to situate Indian cuisine in all this. It’s not typically Asian nor Middle-Eastern cuisine but something in between. Indian cuisine is a rather independent style on itself. The use of cream and butter is something other Asian cuisines don’t have. The spice mix is another thing: ginger and chillies are crucial but also products like cloves, bay leaves, cumin and garam masala. Indian was visibly influenced by its location, trapped between China and Afghanistan, and the British colonization in the 17th century. Are you searching for easy Asian Frugal Recipes? You’re on the right track here with us!

The best book I have over Asian cooking is "The Complete Asian Cookbook" written by Charmaine Solomon.

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