Soboro Donburi. Japanese rice bowl with seasoned ground chicken, scallion and egg.
Coconut Shrimp Salad Rolls
Thai Fish Sauce and Vegetarian "Fish" Sauce - Find out more about this key Thai ingredient (including where to buy it and how to use it)!
Gobi Mattar - cauliflower with peas.
Linguine fried in chinese style!
Stuffed Bhindi Masala, Okra stuffed with roasted Peanut and Spice powder and cooked with sweet Onions and tangy Tomatoes
Pulut Inti - steamed glutinous rice topped with freshly grated coconut cooked in palm sugar syrup. A favourite tea time dessert in Malaysia.
Mini Egg Rolls (Vegetarian) dressed up with a Thai Chili Flower
Vietnamese Chao Tom or shrimp paste wrapped on sugar cane.
Easy Kung Pao Chicken in less than 30 minutes
Gaeng Ped Thai Roasted Duck Red Curry.
Chunks of delicious, fatty pork found in the bowls of Minca's ramen.
Yuzu honey. Flavour orgasm.
Can you stand the heat? Sichuan Boiled Beef in Fiery Sauce is a good bet for chili addicts
Thai Fish Cakes (Tod Mun Pla) with Cucumber Sauce provide a nice spice kick.
Pork belly braised in dashi for hours, served with bean sprouts and bok choy.
Glass noodles made out of Sweet Potato Starch make for an excellent stirfry
Nikujaga (Japanese Beef Stew)
Thai-style Corn and Pumpkin Chowder with Fresh Chili and Basil Served in a Pumpkin - makes a frighteningly-delicious Halloween party food!
Red Braised Pork Belly
Ddukbokki - spicy korean rice cake stir fry. Spicy, satisfying, and easy to make! Perfect for the upcoming cold nights.
Hauntingly green treats for Halloween.
Mung Bean Cream Cake
Banana Appams, Sweet Rice Cakes with Banana, Jaggery and Cardamom, a delicacy from Southern India.
Mama's Silkie Chicken, to be braised in soy sauce, ginger and sesame oil.
Fried Rice with Taiwanese sausage instead of Chinese sausage.
Steamed chicken with wolfberries and red dates
Fight your cold with a warm bowl of deconstructed Korean chicken soup (aka: fake samgyetang)
chicken Thai basil pesto pizza...
a humble comfort food of my college days has earned a spot in the ny times... Katsu Curry (and it's *still* made from the S&B curry package!)
sadistic? maybe, since diners keep going back to sushi dictators who might even kick them out (story + recipe for oven roasted cod with miso)
"Kaya" (Asian Coconut Jam with Pandan Essence) - wonderful with toast!
Shrimp and chestnuts, savory and crunchy
Korean comfort food in a mix it yourself bowl