Asian Food: Thai Recipes, Japanese, Indonesian, Korean and Chinese Recipes

1 Comment | May 23, 2013

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Thai RecipesThe flavors of Asian food, found in Thai recipes, Indian recipes, Japanese and Chinese recipes, has tantalized us for years.

Most of us in the western world were first introduced to Asian recipes through Chinese food in our local restaurants.

Over the years our palates have grown more sophisticated and, although those familiar tastes of Chinese food from our local takeout place still taste like comfort food, we have also become much more drawn to the newer flavors (to us) of Indian recipes and Thai recipes as well.

The recipes in this section of CookingNook.com all come from that region of the world.

 

Asian and Indian Flavored Meat Recipes

Thai Chicken
Coconut Chicken
Pad Thai Recipe
Chinese Cashew Chicken
Sweet and Sour Chicken or Turkey
Chicken Stir Fry Recipe
Chicken Satay
Chinese Chicken Salad Recipe
Chicken Wings with Soy Sauce
Chinese Broccoli Beef
Ginger Beef
Teriyaki Lamb Chop Recipe
Lamb Stew
Teriyaki Marinated Baked Pork Chops
Sweet and Sour Pork
Korean Barbecue Beef
Thai Flavored Chicken Pieces
Chicken Lettuce Wraps
 

Fish and Seafood

Oven Steamed Salmon with Chili and Ginger
Green Mango Fish Curry Recipe
Thai Creamy Coconut Shrimp Recipe
Sweet and Sour Fish
Grilled Salmon Skewers
Chili Prawns with Mango Salad
 

Side Dishes

Spicy Tofu Recipe with Vegetables
Sweet & Sour Vegetable Stir Fry
Coconut Rice with Cauliflower
Chinese Fried Rice
Thai Sesame Asian Noodles
Oriental Rice Salad Recipe
Chinese Broccoli
Shanghai Fried Noodles
Stir-Fry Sugar Snap Peas
Broccoli with Orange Sesame Sauce
Broccoli and Bok Choy Stir Fry
Stir Fry Vegetables with Ginger and Garlic
Vegetable Chop Suey
Stir Fried Asparagus with Ginger and Cashews
Stir Fry Bean Sprouts with Mushrooms and Walnuts
 

Soups, Salads and Appetizers

Indonesian Soto Ayam Soup
Ginger Shrimp Pot Stickers with Hot Mustard Dipping Sauce
Mango Chutney
Another Mango Chutney Recipe
Spinach Salad Recipe with Salmon and Sesame-Peanut Dressing
Fresh Vietnamese Spring Rolls
Indonesian Chicken Salad with Pineapple and Peanuts
Egg Rolls with Sweet and Sour Sauce
Vegetarian Korean Pancakes
Hot and Sour Soup
Asian Soba Noodle Salad

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Did you Know?

The flavors that each country in this region of the world uses can be very different from each other, but each region contributes tastes that make your mouth sing when you eat them.

Some of the recipes on these pages are authentic, some have borrowed the flavors of Thailand, India, Japan and China and incorporated them into more western foods, like our Chinese Chicken Salad recipe.

Either way, if you love Asian food, you are bound to find several recipes in this collection that you want to make over and over again.

If you love Asian recipes, bookmark this page and come back often as we add more and more of them to the site – Chinese, Japanese, Thai and Indian recipes.

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  1. posted by Karen Ciancio on July 13, 2013

    Wafer Thin Pappads

    Contributed by Pradipta Pancham Boruah from Guwahati, Assam

    Quick WAFER THIN flour Pappads.

    Once you get the knack of rolling the pappad sheets, make sure to experiment with choice of fillings! { Pappad is an Indian snack and they are surely delicious! However I have given lot of twists to this traditional snack! 😉 }

    To make the dough for the pappads:
    All purpose flour
    Water
    { Quantity depends on how many pappads you want to make. }

    Filling
    Any good food! However, I have given a few basic ingredients to try at first.
    Carrots { shredded }
    Red peppers { diced into small cubes }
    Tomatoes { diced into small cubes }
    Onions{ diced }
    Steamed Chicken { shredded } { no added flavors }
    Mayonnaise
    Chilies soaked in vinegar for at least 2 hours. { slice green or red chilies and soak them in bowl containing 3 tablespoons of vinegar. This will be your dressing. }
    Method:
    Prepare the dough and let it rest for 30 minutes. Meanwhile prepare your filling and then after the dough has rested, tear out small balls that would easing fit inside your fist. Now, take a rolling pin and roll out thin sheets. They need to be super thin or else they will not be crisp enough. You must make the sheets almost like filo sheets. Do not worry if the shapes are not proper. If you want to make them more presentable, you may cut circles out of your sheets. Remember to use enough flour when you are rolling out your sheets so that the dough does not stick on the surface. Now heat a pan on low temperature and when it is warm enough, take a sheet and place it carefully on the pan. After one side is cooked, flip the pappad and let it cook on the other side. After it is cooked fully, { The pappad will become crisp and light brown patches will appear }take it out VERY carefully from the pan and repeat the same process with other sheets. After you have prepared all of your pappads, take one and spread mayonnaise evenly on one side. Do not use too much mayo or else the pappad tends to break. Next, put your vegetables evenly one on top of the other and after that, put your shredded chicken on top of your distorted tiers of vegetables! At last, put 2 teaspoons of your dressing on top. Your pappads are ready!!

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