Spicy Pork Meatballs

Green Onions – Garlic – Ginger Give a Korean Note
Meaeballs are Fried and Baked

Spicy Pork Meatballs

In  this version of Pork Meatballs, three ingredients, Green Onions, Garlic and Ginger combine o produce a distinctive Korean note.

Th Korean peppery sauce Gochujang, while spicy, has a sweetness that  results from its origin from fermented Rice which keeps it from being too intensely hot to the palate

 

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Rice Porridge with Chicken and Ginger / Arroz Caldo

Chinese Origins, Spanish Name, It’s All Filipino

Arrox Caldo

Arroz Caldo

Arroz Caldo may be the ultimate Asian version of Chicken Soup to prevent Flu and Colds.  It’s good at any season, easy to make, and combines Ginger, Garlic and Onions in an effective way Continue reading

Chicken Teriyaki

Chicken Teriyaki

Japanese Style Chicken Teriyaki, Wok Grilled

A New Twist on an Old Favorite
A Quick Version

Teriyaki Style ia a typical Japanese cooking technique which baiscally uses a sweetened Soy Sauce marinade to grill Fish or Meat.  There are many variations, and most home cooks  use several. Continue reading

Potatoes and Yogurt

Cancer-Fighting Super Staple Plus Helpful Bacteria
Making Grilled Hamburgers Less Toxic

Coriandere Seeds

Coriander Seeds

This simple Indian vegetarian recipe combines some  of the health benefits provided by Potatoes with those conferred by Yogurt.

Potatoes can help prevent cancer and also help control blood pressure and manage diabetes. Potato skins contain an cancer fighting compound called chlorogenic acid;  In laboratory tests this acid has been shown to work with the Continue reading

Cucumbers, Stir-Fried / 炒黃瓜

Vegetarian Dish
Visual and Taste Appea

Cucumbers Stir-Fried

Cucumbers usually appear  in Salads in Western cooking and  commonly uncooked. The Chinese cook often treats them as a vegetable, often stir-fried.  In this style, they are cooked for about three minutes, and preparation time might be ten minutes total.Zucchini may be cooked the same way.  Roll-cutting, that is, rotating the vegetable slightly between slices and cutting on the slight diagonal, increases Continue reading

Wasabi Mayonnaise / わさび マヨネーズ

Green Root Meets Olive Oil
Good with Fish

Using wasabi powder in the Japanese kitchen

Wasabi – Essential to this Sauce

While you can naturally mix Wasabi with prepare Mayonnaise for an excellent  sauce that will enhance dishes like white-meat Fish, you can also make ii from scratch for a more delicate flavor.  For the full flavor, use this sauce within about two hours of making it.

This might get served with dishes like Japanese Style Potato Salad or other Vegetables, Seafood, Poultry, Beef, Veal and Lamb, especially cold Meats and Vegetables. Continue reading

Shrimp with Hot Peppers / 辣椒蝦

Black Beans

Black Beans

Chili Peppers, Black Beans Meet Chinese Wine

This delicate Mandarin dish is quickly made and goes well with White Rice and as the Fish course in a standard Chinese meal plan.  When cooking, first arrange according to the Mise en Place for best results. Continue reading

Fish with Lemongrass and Ginger

Asian Fusion with Latin American Notes
Saffron Meets Cilantro, Coconut, Lemongrass

Cooking Thai dishes with Tiparos fish saue

Fish Sauce

This Fusion recipe makes enough to serve four persons.  It takes about half an hour to prepare, another half hour to marinate, and about ten minutes to cook. Goes well with Saffron Rice. Another way to use Lemongrass. Continue reading

Grilled Chicken Wings with Turmeric and Lemongrass

Lemongrass Meets Tamarind Meets Nam Pla

Tamarind pods from Thailand

Tamarind Pods

A Malaysian concept in which a variety of aromatics combine to provide lots of flavor.  But less fat than in the Standard American version of Fried Chicken.  Flavor beats the Standard American Buffalo Chicken Wings hands down, with its goopy commercial sauces full of unidentified Continue reading