Category Archive: Asian

Vegetarian Mushroom Miso Soup

The secret to perfect homemade soup The key to delicious DIY soup is as simple as getting the base right, according to chef Antonio Park, a judge on Chopped Canada and owner of two successful restaurants. Starting with a flavourful broth made with natural ingredients is essential to creating a sensational pot of soup. “Quality …

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Carrot Thai Soup

Warm up with Thai-inspired spicy soup In the fall and early winter, nothing warms the tummy or the spirit quite like a flavourful bowl of soup. And while chicken noodle soup is a common go-to, after a few bowls many of us want to try something a little different. Spice up your family’s food life …

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Tiger Shrimp and Glass Noodle Salad

Looking for a fresh take on pasta salad? Try Chef Gordon Ramsay’s version made using the Philips Airfryer, which combines tiger shrimp, a vegetable medley, and fresh herbs to add bright color and delicious flavors creating the perfect main course salad. Tiger Shrimp and Glass Noodle Salad Serves: 6 Ingredients: • 2 tbsp (30 ml) …

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Crispy Carrot Harissa Dumplings with Green Schug Pesto

Schug is a Middle Eastern hot sauce that originated in Yemen. It can be either red or green, depending on the color of hot chili peppers used. Adding toasted almonds to jalapeño-based schug makes for a flavorful pesto. Serve with crispy Asian-style dumplings for a delicious meal that’s sure to impress. “The great thing about …

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Korean Food Recipe You Need to Try Tonight: Bibimbap

The word “bibim” means “mixed” and “bap” means “rice”. This mixed rice dish is traditionally served in a bowl where warm rice is topped with seasoned vegetables, meat, egg and the fermented chili pepper paste called “gochujang” [go-choo-gyang]. There are many variations of Bibimbap, depending on toppings and the type of dish it’s served in. …

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Shanghai Express Dumplings with Mustard Plum Dipping Sauce

Looking for new inspiration for your party this weekend? Ground pork is a versatile and cost-effective alternative to other ground meats, yet a recent consumer survey by Ipsos showed that one in 14 Ontarians are not sure how to cook with it. Making pork at home is easier than you think, and is perfect for …

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Make This Authentic Punjabi Chole Puri

Celebrate the Punjabi culture with a delicious and authentic Chole Puri. In this traditional recipe, soft cooked chickpeas are simmered in a fragrant sauce of sautéed onions, tomatoes and spices and served with crisp, fluffy puris. Watch your family savour each bite as they enjoy this tasty South-Asian delight! “Ingredients like the Suraj brand Black …

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Punjabi Meethe Chawal

A festive Meethe Chawal is an aromatic dessert for your family celebration or for a dinner party with friends. The main ingredient is rice tinged with saffron and studded with nuts and raisins — and it’s a sweet treat that will have your guests asking for more. “This Meethe Chawal is a great choice for …

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Indian-Spiced Shrimp Kebobs with Peanut Coconut Pesto

Think sizzle and spice with these shrimp skewers and peanut pesto Elevate your weeknight dinner routine with these Indian-flavoured kebobs that have a little sweet and a kick of spice. This take on pesto blends peanuts, coriander and coconut for a dipping sauce that is big on flavour, and better for your budget. Indian-Spiced Shrimp …

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Thai Flank Steak Kebobs

Fire up the barbecue with peanutty, Thai-inspired kebobs With the traditional Thai flavours of lime, chili and peanuts, this mouth-watering dish will add wow factor to your next barbecue. For tender and tasty bites, slice your meat against the grain and provide ample time for marinating. Thai Flank Steak Kebobs Prep time: 15 minutes Marinating …

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