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This one came in a Dutch -language "health magazine" called ZIN IN MEER (really just a trumped-up advertising folder) that I received in the...
Putting this here for safe keeping.
A favorite Thai lunch entree. Pan-fried noodles in a sweet sauce. You can increase the sugar as desired, and use half the listed amount of the soy sauces...
This Asian style tenderloin takes very little time to prepare, but looks and tastes like a lot of work went into it. The recipe as is serves two, but...
This recipe is a mix of various recipes I have tried over the years, as I love all those Thai flavours.
Every country or region has at least one dish that becomes symbolic. For SE Asia, symbolic foods would have to include satay. Popular in Malaysia, Singapore...
From Real Simple. Yay tofu!
In this beautiful dish, nearly transparent noodles mingle with shimmering snow peas and shredded carrots. From Vegetarian Times Cookbook.
A staple in Malaysian and Thai cooking. Oelek means grinding so sambal oelek means ground chilli sambal! This can also be frozen.
Not sure where I found this recipe, but it sounded yummy and is only 3.5 WW pts per serving. Actual prep time includes marinating time.
I love the coconut chicken soup I get at a local Thai restaurant and wanted to try to get something similar at home. Lemongrass is hard to find here,...
This is an excellent, quick, beef noodle soup that never fails to please. It is adapted from Jennifer Brennan's Original Thai Cookbook. For the noodles,...
"Yummy. I just sprayed the pan with oil and sprayed the top of the parsnips with a little more oil. Then baked. Salted after. Easy and fast. Thank..." more
"A great, quick, and easy recipe! I did make a few changes/additions:<br/>-I added a bit less brown sugar (2.5tbsps); next time I'd add even..." more
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