Tom Ka Kai(Chicken Coconut Soup)

In Thailand, this soup is often eaten on hot summer days, but I think its a lovely way to warm up when the weather turns cold. It blends, sweetness with savory flavors, and a light touch of chili that’s the warming part. Try it with other starts, like the Fishcakes or lemon grass pork skewers.

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Tonkatsu( Crispy Breaded pork Cutlet)

In Japan there’s a superstition about this dish (TON) means pork and (Katsu) means fry. But (Katsu) also means to “to win” so if someone has an important exam or interview, they might have Ton katsu for dinner the evening before, to improve their chances. More importantly, with its golden crumb, this pork is wonderfully

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Crab cucumber and seaweed salad

Salt pickled cucumber, seaweed and sweet vinegar dressing are a classic Japanese combination and adding white crab meat and samphire creates a lovely light lunch or starter. If you prefer to leave out the crab, you’ll still have a wonderful salad.

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Frotune Cookies

These amusing cookies first appeared in the Us around 1890 . Its believed a Japanese cconfectioner introduced them. By world War Two, they were popular in Chinese restaurants and have been ever since. With some meals, they re all you need at the end.

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Twice Cooked Pork( twice-cooked-pork-belly)

Here we use a simple technique to improve the texture and flavor of pork simmering it in hot water before finishing it in a wok. Similarly, cooking the cabbage and peppers briefly in hot water before frying helps keep their colours nice and bright, and their texture firm . The end result is a sizzling

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