Pad Thai (Stir- Fried Rice Noodles)

Classic Pad Thai is a very simple noodle dish, cooked with eggs, prawns, beansprouts and tofu. You can also add a variety of vegetables, making the dish even healthier. I like to do it by the seasons- broccoli in the winter and green beans in the summer.

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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 and Egg Fried Rice

Crab with egg is a classic combination in Far Eastern cooking. And I like to use it in simple dishes like this delicious fried rice. You can also turn this into a vegetarian recipe very easily, instead of the crab. use other ingredients, such as sweetcorn , soy sauce, mince or mushrooms.

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How to Make Steamed Pork Buns - Char Siu Bao

How to Make Steamed Pork Buns – Char Siu Bao

China’s answer to a sandwich, a bao is an exceedingly delicious steamed bun made from the softest, fluffiest white bread you have ever tasted. Here the buns are filled with succulent char siu , or barbecued pork. The recipe makes twice the amount of barbecued pork needed to fill the buns, but it’s so tasty

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Hot and Sour Soup

Hot and Sour Soup is  a variety of soups from several Asian Culinary traditions. This soup is usually considered a healthy option at most chines This is basically is a Chinese soup It is typically made hot by red pepper and white pepper and sour by vinegar when winter is coming

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