|Lotus: Asian Flavors|
|by Teage Ezard|
Inspired by the roadside vendors and hawker markets of Thailand and Malaysia, and by the simple art of Chinese dim sum, Lotus is a wonderful colle...
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Slice uncooked steak ... Core and slice peppers, peel onions ... sauce), pepper and hot pepper, to taste. ... Add finely minced fresh ginger, if desired.
Sauté onions, celery, ... water chestnuts. Combine pepper, salt, egg ... fresh new twist. Serve over cooked Thai noodles. Makes 6 servings. Serving Size: 6
Using a sharp ... cored and diced peppers and sliced celery, ... small amount of hot pepper. Add more ... raab is tender but still a bright green color.
Heat a cast ... powder, salt and pepper in a shallow ... mixture. Sauté in hot oil until golden ... thickens. Serve with chicken fried steak and mashed potatoes.
(The secret to ... seeds from dried peppers, and cut ... large skillet until hot; add about ... ready to be stir-fried). Pour off ... hot rice. Serves 4.
Preheat oven to ... tablespoon butter. Add peppers, onion, and ... skillet, reserve. Add hot dogs to skillet. ... Sprinkle with parsley, serve with fries.
Add to rice fried rice seasoning, salt, pepper, 5-spice powder, ... and butter. When hot, add seasoning ... until tender; add to rice. Garnish with celery.
1. Stir together ... sauce and red pepper. Set aside. ... Add oil to hot wok. Add chicken ... Heat through. 5. Serve remaining chicken mixture with rice.
Slice potatoes thinly ... using. Fry in hot oil at 375°F until golden. Sprinkle spices over the potatoes evenly; taste and adjust seasoning before serving.
Cut baking potatoes into 8 to 10-inch long wedges, coat with Pam cooking spray, and then sprinkle with spices. Bake at 425°F for 45 minutes or till ...
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