Asian-style Cuisine

Hosted by Jory Buxton
Group active since Sun, May 22, 2011

I love Asian style foods. Sticky rice, Stir Fry, Dumplings, ect. Hopefully we can all come together over this common bond and share recipes that all of us can make.

George Levinthal
May 31, 2016

Korean Style Burger Recipe

I've been working on a burger recipe for the World Food Championships and just finished and posted. It's a totally out-of-the box incorporating Korean flavors with homemade quick Kim0Chi and a but that's a traditional Korean Street Food. There's a lot to it, but it will be worth the effort. It's got a good kick but you'll enjoy it. Give it a pinch and a try. Thanks,

Short-Rib, Kim-chi Sliders on Gyeran-Bbang Buns

Brad Nichols
May 30, 2015

Asian BBQ - Thai Pork

Here is a great pork tenderloin recipe for the grill that I made last night. sweet and garlicky...yum!


Sweet Garlic Pork Tenderloin

Brad Nichols
May 28, 2015

Asian Broccoli...on the grill!

Who says you can't combine Asian cooking and a BBQ? Here is a regular in my BBQ side dish rotation that is done in a foil pouch on the grill...


Asian Broccoli on the Grill

Brad Nichols
Feb 1, 2015

Homemade Shrimp Wontons

Last night's dinner was homemade shrimp wontons - recipe below! What a great family kids are 7 and 9 and they loved making the wontons themselves, and of course eating them! Last night we boiled then added them to an asian noodle soup.

Scrumptious Shrimp Wontons

Dorothy Curtis
Jan 30, 2015

Salad dressing

Do anyone in this group have a good recipe for a Chinese Chicken salad dressing that contains peanut butter?

Judy Lundquist
May 24, 2014


I absolutely LOVE the Lean Cuisine "Chicken with Almonds" frozen dish - I think it's the sauce, it is wonderful. Would like to replicate that swauce - any suggestions????

Ashley Burnam
Feb 12, 2013

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My Seared Ahi Over Asian Green Beans and Carrots !

It's so yummy! If you want to get crazy, soak the ahi in teriyaki/soy sauce(liquid, not glaze) for a few minutes per side before searing. DE-lish!