Tagged: Vegetable

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Bibimbap

Bibimbap is a very popular Korean dish which literally means “mixed meal”, usually served with rice topped with namul (sautéed and seasoned vegetables), gochujang (chili pepper paste), sliced grilled meats and egg (fresh or fried). Though...

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Cabbage and Squid Stir Fry

Usually when I buy squid tubes and cabbages there will be some unused leftovers and because of that I made todays dish. With some ready-made pantry ingredients we can make this two ingredients work...

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Buridibud

Buridibud is a vegetable soup dish similar to dinengdeng, the main difference is that this dish uses sweet potatoes as its main ingredient where it is cooked to the point that it’s so soft...

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Utan

Utan or Utan Bisaya is a vegetable soup dish popular in the Visayan region, commonly it consists different vegetables like malunggay leaves, okra, squash, taro, vine spinach (alugbati), eggplants, snake beans (sitaw), ginger and...

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Nilagang Okra at Inihaw na Talong

Filipino cuisine can be really over complicated but it can also be very simple and I guess nothing will beat the simplicity our recipe for today. Asians are popular in having vegetable side dish...

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Tempura

Tempura is a Japanese dish that is made out of crispy deep fried seafood and vegetables. Usually ingredients such as prawns, squash, carrots, eggplants, green beans, sweet potatoes and okra are used. Tempura can...

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Sukiyaki

Sukiyaki is a Japanese winter stew dish consisting thinly sliced beef, tofu, vegetables like mushrooms and cabbage cooked in a mixture of soy sauce, sugar, and mirin which is prepared and served in the...

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Germaine’s Luau (Oahu, Hawaii)

Luau is term that is defines a taro top dish or a Hawaiian feast named for the taro top dish served in one. This term is quite new and was first used by the...

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Sayur Lodeh

Our recipe for today is Sayur Lodeh which came from the recipe book called Singapore Cooking by Terry Tan (Author), Christopher Tan (Author), Edmond Ho (Photographer), David Thompson (Foreword). This is one of the...