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"This crispy salad uses authentic Asian ingredients and the sauce is delicious. If you can find mirin in an Asian grocery store, it makes it much more authentic and not too sweet."
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Great side dish for a BBQ or lunch buffet. This was my Mom's neighbor's recipe and I got the same recipe from my friend and neighbor (small world). The ramen noodles add and nice crunch and this is very simple to prepare. You can half the ingredients for a
I got this recipe from a woman in Louisiana and have made it several times. People have always liked it. The trick is to make the dressing the day before.
This crunchy salad is from my friend, Louie. The dressing keeps very well in the cupboard, and the quantities for it shown here are enough for three or four batches of salad. The cooking time includes toasting the almonds and pine nuts. Jen â€” a reviewer
Recipe courtesy Rachael Ray
BulgogiÂ—beef marinated in soy sauce,sesame oil, and other seasoningsÂ—is a popular Korean dish. Here, we've subbed in salmon for the sirloin.
"A refreshing stir fry. Preparation time: 15 minutes. This recipe is from The WEBB Cooks, articles and recipes by Robyn Webb, courtesy of the American Diabetes Association."
Satay is an Indonesian-style kebab served with a spicy peanut sauce. Here, we've amped up the sauce's flavor with some sweet peach nectar.
Recipe courtesy Tyler Florence