1085 recipes for "ginger"
Buddhist Vegetable Medley

Buddhist Vegetable Medley

Jul 14, 2005

This stir-fried, braised vegetarian dish incorporates ingredients that symbolize health, long life, good luck, wealth and happiness. If you can get fresh water chestnuts, use 3/4 cup (175 mL) diced.

Grilled Chicken and Melon Salad

Grilled Chicken and Melon Salad

Jun 29, 2009

This lunch or light supper salad is a cornucopia of sweet melon, mellow avocado, savoury grilled chicken and bright citrus flavourings. You can prepare the dressing, grill the chicken and scoop out the melons earlier in the day for last-minute assembly.

Chicken Katsu

Chicken Katsu

Apr 4, 2009

Similar to a schnitzel or cutlet, this easy dish is delicious served either hot or cold in a sandwich. Or you can serve it with steamed rice and a salad for a complete meal. If you can't find mirin (Japanese sweet rice wine), you can substitute 1 tbsp (15 mL) each boiling water and granulated sugar.

Roast Duck Rolls

Roast Duck Rolls

Jul 14, 2005

Duck, symbolizing happiness and fidelity, is essential at every banquet during Chinese New Year. You can make this authentic version or buy roasted duck at meat shops in Canadian Chinatowns. For a first course, our family enjoys the duck and its skin with coriander, green onion and hoisin sauce wrapped in a thin pancake.

Rich Lamb Curry

Rich Lamb Curry

Dec 20, 2006

Heat Rating: Hot An equal weight of lamb and sweet caramelized onions makes a deeply satisfying dish. Serve with blanched or sautéed Chinese broccoli or spinach and, of course, rice.

Shrimp Sinigang

Shrimp Sinigang

May 12, 2010

This soup is soured with tamarind, the pulp of long pods that grow on huge tropical tamarind trees. You can buy tamarind concentrate in jars, or tamarind pulp packed in chunks, in the Asian or Latin American section of large grocery stores, or in Filipino, Chinese or Indian shops. If using tamarind pulp, to make the equivalent of 1 tbsp (15 mL) tamarind concentrate, mix 2 tbsp (25 mL) seedless pulp or 3 tbsp (45 mL) seed-in pulp with 1/4 cup (50 mL) boiling water and strain, discarding solids. You can also use lime juice to sour the soup if tamarind is unavailable. The degree of tartness in Filipino sinigang broths varies quite a bit according to taste; feel free to add a bit more tamarind or lime juice if you wish.

Chicken with Cashews

Chicken with Cashews

Jul 14, 2005

Cashew trees grow abundantly in much of India, and the nuts are used many ways, here as the thickening as well as flavouring agent in a rich, creamy sauce typical of the delicately flavoured cooking of northern India. This type of mild sauce thickened with nuts is known as korma.

Hot and Spicy Noodle Salad

Hot and Spicy Noodle Salad

Jul 14, 2005

Kids seem to especially love noodle salads with their crunchy vegetables and appealing sauces, particularly peanut sauce. If your children don't like spicy food, just omit or reduce the hot chili paste. You can also leave out the coriander or replace the egg with shredded cooked chicken.

Spiced Lamb Samosas

Spiced Lamb Samosas

Dec 10, 2009

Wrapping these flavourful Indian treats in spring roll wrappers makes them quick and easy. Serve with Coriander Chutney. A fine grater or rasp will give you the perfect texture for the garlic and gingerroot.

Butter Chicken

Butter Chicken

Jul 14, 2005

Re-create this rich, velvety, Indian restaurant favourite at home. Serve with pappadams. These crisp savoury crackers are available in supermarkets and South Asian grocery stores.

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