Blog Posts - Asian Food



Pan Fried Fish Paste Wrapped in Wanton Skin

Recently, I bought a pound of ready fish paste from an Asian store in Chinatown,Queens.This ready fish paste is really really good.It's comes with all the seasoning and perfect to use for any type of cooking as snack or appetizer or main dish.Usually...
by My Asian Kitchen on Mar 25, 2014

Vegetables and Bean Curd in Curry

Mishu and mommy both love any type of curry,especially Malaysia's curry.In my personal opinion Malaysia's curry taste better than others curries because we modified the spices and ingredients to suit our  unique taste .Some others curries taste...
by My Asian Kitchen on Mar 19, 2014

Kung Fu Tea

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Stir-fry Eggplant with Shrimp in Spicy Bean Paste (Tauchu)

Japanese eggplant or Chinese eggplant, which is becoming increasingly common at farmers’ markets and is typically longer, thinner and a bit more corkscrew-shaped than the eggplant you may be used to. And while it may look strange, it still shares t...
by My Asian Kitchen on Mar 12, 2014

Korean Seafood Pancake

Nowadays I watched a lot of Kdrama. Few of  the dramas talk about Korean food.I find Korean food are quite easy and simple to make,not to said it's healthy and light.The only tendentiously down side of Korean food is preparing "banchan"side dish...
by My Asian Kitchen on Mar 3, 2014

Ghost Street in Beijing

Categories: Beijing China Tags: Asian FoodBeijingChinaGhost Street in Beijingthings to do in beijing One of the places frequented by expats is the Gui Jie or the Ghost Street in Beijing. Don’t be fooled by its name—ghosts are nowhere in...
by The Sojourner on Feb 28, 2014

Chicken Teriyaki

The pictures of this dish have been sitting in my file for a long time and it is time to post it out. I made this chicken dish for the AFF – Japan event but I just can’t find the time to post it during that time because of work commitment. This i...
by My Kitchen Snippets on Feb 24, 2014

Spicy Noodle Soup From Dumpling House

Yesterday my wife and I were out and about. I needed to find some fresh squid for an upcoming review and we went to KS Mart, a large Korean market in Lynnwood, Washington. We were hungry, and decided to check out the little restaurants inside (itR...
by The Ramen Rater on Feb 21, 2014

Homemade Sao Rou (Crispy Crackling Pork Belly)脆皮燒肉

We like crispy crackling pork belly even though we know eating this type of fatty greasy meat is not good to our body. But eating this fatty and greasy meat once a while is okay better than not eating at all,I think.Puerto Rico or hispanic also love...
by My Asian Kitchen on Feb 12, 2014

Asian Flavors for the Chinese New Year

I met the nicest person today!!! MR and I were parking our car in the centre ville of Dieuze this afternoon, when a red Chinese lantern caught the corner of my eye. A Chinese lantern in Dieuze?!? In the 2 years that I've been in France, I've nev...
by Dinner at Six Thirty on Feb 1, 2014

A Taste of Asian Cuisine

A Taste of Asian Cuisine!  Sounds delicious doesn’t it and believe me…each and every morsel here is amazing!  From Asian Noodles…to a mushroom delicacy…to Vegetable Buns and yes…A Sweet and Sour Soup that will make you...
by TheCottageMarket on Jan 31, 2014

Shredded Jicama and Carrot with Chicken and Dried Shrimp (Ju Hu Char Dried Shrimp Version)

"Ju Hu Char" is a popular authentic Nyonya Penang dish which many Chinese family will cook this dish for any of their festive season.I remember growing up eating this dish on every Chinese festivals like Ching Ming(sweep tomb day),ancestors anniversa...
by My Asian Kitchen on Jan 31, 2014

Pickled Green Long Chili (Malaysia Style)

I always craved for pickled green chili when I eat "yee mee" or "wantan mee" or Cantonese fried noodles at home.Last month when I visited one of my long time friend in Queens,she gave me a bottle of pickle green chili.I finished the bottle within a w...
by My Asian Kitchen on Jan 25, 2014

The Crazy Miss Ko

On George V in Paris is one of the craziest…...
by Chocolate and Vanilla Soles on Jan 22, 2014

Beets and Potato in Pork Rib Soup

Beets sweet taste reflects their high sugar content, which makes beets an important source for the production of refined sugar (yet, the beets that are used for sugar consumption are of a different type than the beets that you purchase in the store)...
by My Asian Kitchen on Jan 19, 2014

Sambal Udang (Spicy Chili Prawn)

Sambal udang is a popular Malaysian dish among Malaya,Chinese and India..Different races or ethnicity cooks their version of sambal udang in their differently or in their own  special  traditional way.But the most point is it's still called...
by My Asian Kitchen on Dec 27, 2013

Stewed Pork Belly with Potato and Bean Curd in Gochujang Paste

Gochujang is a popular Korean condiment made from glutinous rice powder mixed with both powdered, fermented soybeans and red peppers.Gochujang is usually purchased in jars already prepared at Asian supermarkets and is an essential staple of the Korea...
by My Asian Kitchen on Dec 17, 2013

Pork in oyster sauce with Baguio beans

I had a no nonsense conversation with hubby yesterday. It's something about blogging and my fears. He doesn't read my blog but he promised, from that moment, he's gonna start on my next post. Okay, scratch that. He didn't actually promise but I know...
by Kurizutin on Dec 8, 2013

Pork in oyster sauce with baguio beans

I had a no nonsense conversation with hubby yesterday. It's something about blogging and my fears. He doesn't read my blog but he promised, from that moment, he's gonna start on my next post. Scratch that. He didn't actually promise but I know he'll...
by Kurizutin on Dec 8, 2013

Pad Thai Recipe

If you love Thai recipes, you will love this pad Thai recipe as much as I do. Pad Thai really is a meal in a pan. It is versatile too. You can leave out the chicken and shrimp for a great vegetarian recipe, or make it all chicken or all shrimp. The t...
by CookingNook on Dec 6, 2013


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