"The word paprik is derived from Thai words “Pad Prik.” I asked my friend She Simmers who is a Thai linguist/food blogger and she told me that “pad” means “fry” and “prik” means “chili.” So this is my spicy chicken stir-fry recipe, or ayam paprik, a very popular and well-loved dish in Malaysia.- Rasa Malaysia"
"Contradictory to the common perception, Indian food is not all curry. As a matter of fact, most dishes do not even include what you call the “curry powder”.- Yummily Yours "
"Garlic and chicken are two tags used to describe Chicken Bhutuwa (Classic Nepali Stir-Fried Chicken)- Big Oven"
"Don’t let the lack of a syrupy sauce fool you….this quick stir-fry is bursting with flavor! Try it over rice or noodles, wrap it up in lettuce leaves or rice paper, or use as a topping for an Asian salad with fresh greens and cucumbers- The Right Recipe"
"Cha Kroeung Sach Moun or Stir-fried chicken with Cambodian aromatic paste .... I adore this dish for one simple reason, it’s EASY! I can’t stress enough how easy it is to make a big batch of kroeung, and store it in the freezer- Refugee Kitchen"
"This Nasi Goreng Jawa (Javanese fried rice) recipe is commonly used for Indonesian. They usually make the fried rice without any meat and serve it with omelette or fried egg (or we call it Telur Mata Sapi), fried chicken and prawn cracker (krupuk udang)- Tasty Indonesian Food"
"My favourite meal, Dak Galbi (닭갈비) is one of the most popular foods that people are searching for on this blog......... So since Dakgalbi is so popular amongst you and me, I thought I will do another post about it, but give it a more decent taste and mouth watering pictures.- My Korean Kitchen"
"Just want to note that my version of Jeyuk bokkeum contains lots of vegetables along with rice cakes. You can also make a minimalist version of this with onion and carrots as your only vegetables.- My Korean Kitchen"
"Laotian stir-fry is different from traditional stir fry which it’s more ‘watery’ Okay, watery isn’t the best way to describe stir fry but it definitely has more juice. Instead of soy sauce, this stir fry version features oyster flavored sauce, a major player in many Laotian dishes- Laotian Commotion"
"Fried Chicken Steak 大雞排 Taiwanese Style is a popular Taiwanese Street Food, it’s pronounced. Most often it is served with rice or french fries. And a particular kind of salt & pepper powder is always sprinkled upon the freshly fried pieces.- Taiwan Duck"
"These momos, or dumplings, are a traditional Tibetan favorite. This recipe comes from Tenzin Gyatso, His Holiness the Fourteenth Dalai Lama- Asian Recipe"
"Yasai Itame, Stir-fried Vegetables, is a common home cooking dish...... Yes, Yasai Itame is left-over vegetable hodgepodge food (a lot of the time anyway).- Japanese Cooking 101"
"I don’t just like this dish, I LOVE this dish! In a way, Singapore style rice vermicelli (星洲炒米) (Singapore rice noodles or Singapore Mei Fun) is part of the identity of Hong Kong cuisine. It’s a dish that every Hong Konger is familiar with growing up along with other east-meets-west fusion fairs that you can find in a Cha Chaan Teng.- Saucy Spatula"
"This Cashew Chicken Recipe is a version of the original Oriental dish tailored to fit the Filipino Palate. Thinly sliced chicken breast is coated with egg and cornstarch then stir fried until crispy and golden brown. An array of colors brought about by the different vegetables makes this dish more appealing. Let’s not forget the roasted cashew nuts that adds flavor and texture to the dish.- Panlasang Pinoy"
"Mongolian Beef. Succulent. Tender. Full of flavor. Though neither the ingredients nor the method of cooking is Mongolian, the name is widely known and the dish is served throughout much of the Western world and in virtually every Chinese restaurant- Daring Gourmet"
"This shrimp and asparagus stir-fry, flavored with shallots, turmeric, and cayenne, can be thrown together in less than 20 minutes. Perfect for those in a hurry. And because you only need one skillet to cook everything- Girl Cooks World"
"Now the terms laghman means noodles with stir-fried lamb and vegetables. Laghman is one of the provinces in Afghanistan ......This Kazakh noodles really go well with the laghman sauce. The noodles are actually pulled by hands. In Chinese, we called it “La Mien”- What To Cook Today"