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Chicken Madras curry – How to make it at home

Chicken Madras is an Indian curry that left you full but still wanting more. A rich, creamy, and spicy curry bursting with flavor, chicken Madras is a favorite curry worldwide. It may not be the most authentic Indian curry, but its popularity has attracted many non-Indian cravings for Indian food, including me. This curry is …

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Teriyaki noodles – How to cook with chicken teriyaki and soba

A quick and easy meal can be delicious too, and teriyaki noodles is one great example. Any meat that marinates with teriyaki sauce tastes remarkable, pairing with vegetables of your choice and serve with noodles is nutritious and utterly mouthwatering. Chicken is the meat of choice in this recipe, but you decide to substitute it …

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Stuffed bell pepper with ground beef

This crossover recipe is an unusual interpretation of the stuffed bell pepper with ground beef. Don’t be alarmed about steaming to replace baking and stuffed the ground beef raw by skipping the sauteing step. As I always want to experiment with unique cooking methods, quashing the traditional boundaries to think out of the box, I …

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Roast pork tenderloin recipe – with five-spice powder

Here is the best roast pork tenderloin recipe seasoned with Chinese five-spice powder that is juicy inside with a well-seared crust. Roast pork tenderloin tends to be dry, but there is a full-proof method to guarantee that it turns out juicy. You can achieve it by using the reverse sear method. Five-spice powder is the …

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Chicken chop – How to make the best Malaysian chicken steak

Since I was young, I thought that chicken chop is served in every Western country. Of course, it sounds naive, but I firmly believe that when I was in my teens.  After traveling extensively for work and vacation, I eventually realized no such thing called chicken chop on the menu in any restaurant I visited …

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Bitter melon recipe – the ultimate stuffed bitter melon

This bitter melon recipe with stuffed minced pork is a drool-worthy Cantonese dish to include in your dinner rotation. It slightly bitter and refreshing flavor paired perfectly with the stuffing with minced meat and mushrooms. Bitter melon is also a vegetable with multiple health benefits. If you are looking for an innovative way to cook, …

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Pan-seared halibut (with Cantonese ‘steamed fish’ sauce

This pan-seared halibut recipe is my interpretation of the classic steamed fish Chinese recipe with a twist. It is pan-fried to perfection but dressed with the traditional steamed fish sauce popular among the Cantonese. The sauce comprises light soy sauce, ginger, garlic, and others. I have tested it, and it works surprisingly well with pan-fried …

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