Asian Food and Cookery

Asian Food and Cookery

 

I have to do a country project for my Language Arts class and I have China. I have to make some chinese food for the project and I want to know what’s easy to make but won’t break my mom’s wallet. Plus there are 24 people in the class. Any ideas?

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I have mastered Mexican and now would like to learn how to cook Chinese yum! I’m wondering what cut of beef is most popular in dishes like Mongolian beef and chow mein and pretty much every takeout box I’ve ever gotten. They all seem to have the same texture to me. Any Chinese food experts out there? Also, what type of oil do they usually cook with, peanut? I’m talking about your every day Chinese takeout, nothin fancy here.

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I love samosas but I always worry about the fat in the pastry and the fact that they are usually deep fried.  No matter how hot and fresh the oil, this is not a low fat option!

You can fill a samosa with anything – ground meat, vegetables, even fish but obviously, vegetables and fish are the low fat options here. You can really use any vegetables you like as long as they don’t let out a lot of water, such as tomatoes, but the following is a fairly traditional samosa recipe using peas and potatoes.

The Filling

725g (1lb 10oz) potatoes
Medium onion
1 tbsp fresh root ginger
175g (6 oz) peas (defrosted, if frozen)
Fresh coriander
Salt to taste
1 tsp coriander powder
1 tsp garam masala
1 tsp ground roasted cumin seeds (dry roast in a non-stick frying pan and grind in a pestle and mortar or coffee grinder)
¼ tsp cayenne pepper
Lemon juice to taste (about 2tbsp)

Boil the potatoes and when cool, cut into small cubes.… Continue reading

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It’s BusanKevin and I asked some of my good friends an important question. “What’s your favorite Japanese food?” Listen to some fine folks like MissHannahMinx, ericsurf6, runnyrunny999, bobbyjudo and others tell you about the Japanese foods they love! You Tubers in order of appearance: BusanKevin (me): www.youtube.com bobbyjudo: www.youtube.com MrJingJong: www.youtube.com Daichen: www.youtube.com MissHannahMinx: www.youtube.com runnyrunny999: www.youtube.com micknfumi: www.youtube.com softypapa: www.youtube.com myargonauts: www.youtube.com ericsurf6: www.youtube.com Thanks for watching folks! Remember to “Like”, Comment and SUBSCRIBE! Check out my other channel: www.youtube.com Creative Commons Music (used with permission): “We’re Out of Control” – MoOt www.jamendo.com

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I used to order this dark, sticky, sweet and spicy chicken at this restaurant that went out of business and I have tried many restaurants and they don’t make it or know what I am talking about. I don’t know it’s real name or how to spell it but it sounds like: iamketsup.

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All the websites I find seem to be only for buying food if you live in America. Does anyone know of some good websites that ship to Europe? Thanks.

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I like Indian food (on the spicy side), but I’m not familiar with the recipes or spices. Is there a recipe I can cook at home, or should I stick with restaurants?

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i’ve been wondering where can i find halal korean restaurant in malaysia …..i these days really wanted to eat a halal bibimbap.please..

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Preferebly from a person who knows about Korean food!!!?

I want to cook a korean meal for my boyfriend and i. He liked bulgogki alot. so i decided to make that. does anybody know the side dished for this meal besides kimchi? thanks!

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