Category Archives: Asian Recipes
Yellow curry in the slow cooker makes for a quick and tasty home-cooked Thai dish.
A crunchy peanut chicken salad that is delicious and easy to make.
Chicken Lawang is an Afghan slow-cooked yogurt-braised chicken. Delicious on top of basmati rice and perfect if you want something special, but not time-consuming.
Kadu is an Afghan pumpkin dish that is seasoned with ginger, garlic and topped with a garlic spiked yogurt sauce. Perfect for Fall.
Vegetarian samosas filled with spiced potatoes and wrapped in wonton paper make a flavorful finger food for any social gathering.
Miso soup can be easily thrown together in a short amount of time. Miso paste, dried seaweed, tofu, and green onions are the main components for this traditional Japanese soup.
Mulligatawny is an Indian-style soup punched with exotic spices like curry, coriander, and tamarind. A hearty and spicy soup perfect for a cold winter day.
Soba noodles are hearty Japanese noodles made primarily from buckwheat flour. I think soba noodles taste better than ordinary pasta noodles, and they even cook faster. I tossed this dish with microgreens, walnuts and a generous drizzle of toasted sesame oil.
I just came back from the 17th Street Farmer’s Market with a bundle of fresh long green beans. I like my green veggies to have a crisp snap to them, so I lightly sauteed these green beans for about 2-3 minutes.
An abundance of broccoli led to this healthy beef recipe. Stir fry broccoli beef in a skillet along with onions and ginger – yum!