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Szechuan Fried Chicken Wings

by Edwan S., on Wed, January 14, 2015
Asian

Szechuan peppers are a variety of pepper renowned for that characteristic ‘tingling’ sensation they leave on the lips and tongue. We sprinkled some toasted ground Szechuan peppers over piping hot fried chicken for an addictive, lip-smacking snack. Yum!

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Stif Fry Surf and Turf

by Edwan S., on Tue, September 30, 2014
Asian

Surf and turf in culinary terms refers to a dish that mixes seafood (the surf) and meat (the turf) together. The most popular kind is a steak with a lobster tail on the side. But we decided to give it an Asian twist and make a savoury and spicy stir fry with beef bacon and shrimp. The mushrooms give it a great earthiness that brings the whole dish together. Delicious!

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Sachie’s Sugar and Spiced Salmon (Nanban Zuke)

by Honey Ahmad, on Tue, August 19, 2014
Asian

This is a refreshing Japanese dish that gives you crunchy fish with slightly vinegary vegetables. You can use mackerel or sardines but salmon gives it a slight richness that makes it a delicious topping on hot, white rice. This recipe is from Sachie’s Kitchen, the latest show on The FriedChillies Food Network

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Young Papaya Salad with Banana Heart

by Edwan S., on Sat, February 08, 2014
Asian

This som tam is spicy, tart and funky. We always thought artichokes will go well in an Asian salad but it’s expensive and hard to find. Use banana heart that has the same texture and delicious too!

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Kalbi-style Sweet Beef Ribs

by Edwan S., on Sat, February 08, 2014
Asian

The Koreans do know a thing or two when it comes to ribs. This style of ribs takes less time to cook because of it’s sliced thinly. This yields chewy, sticky and meaty bites with a DIY glaze that is sure to please…

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Congee with Tuna in Spicy Soy Sauce

by Edwan S., on Sat, January 11, 2014
Asian

It’s rainy season lately, and what could be better on a cold, wet night than a steaming bowl of smooth rice congee, paired with a super delicious dish of chunky tuna in a sticky, spicy soy sauce? Not a lot, of course! This very simple to make condiment gives a bright touch to your congee, and paired with steamed bok choy, makes a delicious, filling and hearty dinner.. or breakfast… or any meal! Best of all: this costs less than RM10 to make, and serves 4 to boot. Yumminess you can share!

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Kimchi Fried Rice with Seared Beef and Egg

by Edwan S., on Wed, January 08, 2014
Asian

Who would’ve thought such a simple recipe with just a few ingredients can be so stonkingly delicious? Well… us, of course! And we’re sharing this recipe with all of you because it’s just too good. Best of all, this meal for two costs less than RM15 to make. Tangy kimchi, nutty rice, savoury beef and a rich fried egg; who can say no to that. Cheap and delicious? Yes!

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