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Garlic Pork Chop- How to make it in three simple steps (Asian style)

In this article, I’d like to share my favorite easy pork chop recipe – an Asian-style garlic pork chop. This garlic pork chop tastes different from the garlic butter pork chops popular outside Asia. You will expect the flavor to be Asianized as the seasonings are primarily used in Chinese and Vietnamese food. Despite that, …

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Mongolian beef recipe- How to cook in 5 simple steps

If you think Mongolian beef is Mongolian cuisine, think again. You won’t find Mongolian beef in Mongolia. The locals will be dumbfounded and not know what you mean. But Mongolian beef goes beyond that. An array of world cuisines bear the name of a country since people want to associate the flavor and cooking style …

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Chicken Karaage- How to make the best Japanese fried chicken

Chicken karaage is the Japanese version of fried chicken that is insanely delicious- light, crisp, flavorful, and moist. It has a universal flavor that is not too exotic, yet it differs from fried chicken in the US, China, and other countries. It is great as a main dish, an appetizer with drinks, an item in …

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Pork stir-fry recipe with ginger and spring onions

Ginger pork stir-fry with spring onion is regularly included in my dinner rotation. It is a tasty, quick, and easy dinner recipe. The ginger pork stir-fry is an extension of the more popular variation, beef stir-fry with ginger and spring onion. The preparation method is similar, but since pork is a staple for most Chinese, …

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Easy Kung Pao Chicken- The classic Chinese recipe

Kung Pao chicken 宫保鸡丁 is a Chinese dish that is loved by everyone. The Chinese like its spiciness and numbness on the tongue. People living in Western countries enjoy its unmistakably authentic Chinese flavor, and chefs like it because it is quick and easy to prepare. This article shows you how to prepare this classic …

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Salt and pepper tofu (Chinese-style crispy tofu recipe)

Salt and pepper tofu is a popular dish on the menu of many Chinese restaurants. It is easy to prepare and has a sharp and contracting flavor from chili, peppercorn, garlic, and ginger. The tofu soaks up all the delicious flavor from the seasonings like a blank canvas. Note: Tofu is the direct translation of …

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Tofu with minced pork recipe – How to cook in 4 easy steps

Tofu with minced pork is perfect for a quick and easy meal. The silky texture of the tofu perfectly balances the savory flavor of the meat. Simply start with store-bought ground meat and tofu, and in just 15 minutes, you’ll have a delicious meal. Tofu with minced pork- an easy recipe in just 4 steps …

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Eggplant with basil stir-fry recipe (added with chicken)

Eggplant with basil is a perfect combination, as the subtle taste of the eggplant is complemented by the basil’s herbaceous aroma and peppery sweetness. Today, I want to share my recipe for stir-fried eggplants with basil leaves, with added chicken meat, to make it a one-pot complete meal. You can imagine the fantastic flavor of …

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Turmeric chicken- easy Malaysian fried chicken recipe

Prepare to be amazed by this ridiculously simple yet utterly delectable Malaysian favorite-  fried turmeric chicken (Ayam goreng kunyit). However, I must caution you to be on guard against those sneaky fingers attempting to steal bites, as once you cook up this dish, its irresistible flavor will attract friends and foes alike, leaving your portions …

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Slow cooker pork hock – Chinese-style recipe with authentic flavor

I want to share a delicious recipe for Chinese-style slow cooker pork hock. In this recipe, we use the oven to create the perfect blister on the pork skin, which gives it a chewy texture and a satisfying mouthfeel once slow-cooked. Traditionally, it is achieved by deep-frying the pork, but it can be messy and …

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