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Old 2012-04-03, 01:11   Link #101
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More Korean food by a fabulous lady who makes some delicious recipes (though I admit that my Western palate is sometimes afraid to try some of her recipes). Try them out if you've got access to a Korean grocer.
I LOVE Maangchi. I also watch aeris, but Maangchi's dishes are usually tastier to me.

While I'm at it, thought I'd share two of my favorite chefs (both American):

foodwishes - Chef John is awesome. His humor is kinda goofy and his voice just really enhances his videos. He also makes things very easy to comprehend for the beginner/occasional cook. I also love how his trademark is using at least a small amount of cayenne pepper in almost everything he makes (just like how Maangchi's trademark is sesame oil) -- I do the same thing. His blog with exact ingredients and measurements is here.

The Pioneer Woman - Chef Ree Drummond has a show on the Food Network channel of the same name. Her food photography is probably my most favorite out of any other food blog I've looked at, personally. She makes a lot of comfort foods and stick-to-your-ribs type of things as she is a cowgirl, but she does have some healthy recipes as well as desserts. I love how her personality comes out in her blog writing, and her recipes are easy to follow. (I love her barbeque chicken recipe -- it's SO easy to do and it comes out perfect every time. <3)
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Old 2012-04-10, 10:33   Link #102
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This is "karipap", a type of Malaysian snack. I recently made this. Wasn't easy, but well worth the effort. If anyone is brave enough to attempt it, you can pm me for the recipe. Pastry with spicy potato and curry chicken for the filling
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Old 2012-04-10, 19:23   Link #103
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Holy crap that sounds delicious. Reminds me of an Indian samosa.
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Old 2012-04-11, 04:07   Link #104
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This is "karipap", a type of Malaysian snack. I recently made this. Wasn't easy, but well worth the effort. If anyone is brave enough to attempt it, you can pm me for the recipe. Pastry with spicy potato and curry chicken for the filling
The correct term is actually "Curry Puff". Anyway, it's a very popular dish at Malaysia, Brunei and Singapore. Here's one such Curry Puff recipe.

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Old 2012-04-11, 04:09   Link #105
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This is "karipap", a type of Malaysian snack. I recently made this. Wasn't easy, but well worth the effort. If anyone is brave enough to attempt it, you can pm me for the recipe. Pastry with spicy potato and curry chicken for the filling
You should do the fish paste/chunk version. Though the smell is enough to stink out the whole kitchen, it is definitely worth it!
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Old 2012-04-11, 04:36   Link #106
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The correct term is actually "Curry Puff". Anyway, it's a very popular dish at Malaysia, Brunei and Singapore. Here's one such Curry Puff recipe.

"Karipap" is the Malaysian word for curry puff. In my country, the term "curry puff" is seldom used.


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I love the fish version! I haven't attempted it, though I eat it often. Now that you mention it, I might give it a try.
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Old 2012-04-12, 10:07   Link #107
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My friends and I made Korean bulgogi (barbequed beef). We marinated the meat for about 2 hours.









We were still hungry after that meal, so we decided to make onigiri. The rice was really hot, and it was difficult to withstand the heat, but it was worth it.




The result:

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Old 2012-04-14, 02:01   Link #108
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I don't think i can eat something like this.

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Old 2012-04-14, 02:20   Link #109
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Nothing on Epic Meal Time is edible.
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Old 2012-04-14, 09:08   Link #110
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6 pounds of bacon? I mean, I like bacon, but damn!

Also, I'm not sure which was more gross. That so-called "egg roll" or watching those guys eat it.

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Old 2012-04-14, 22:49   Link #111
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MUAHA, maybe it wouldn't be a bad idea to share that recipe for the puff dumplings in this thread (if you'd like to).

Puff dumplings sounds rather amusing.

Also, Epic Meal Time. Those videos are gross, especially when they start eating on camera. Also, if they eat like that all the time, they are all bound to die before retirement age.

Edit: The Epic Meal Time wasn't as bad as some I've seen. The food is bad for you, but it wasn't too gross when they were eating the food.
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Old 2012-04-15, 19:15   Link #112
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Are you from Asia, Muaha? You make a lot of Asian foods (and they all look good!).
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Old 2012-04-15, 19:24   Link #113
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Are you from Asia, Muaha? You make a lot of Asian foods (and they all look good!).
Yup, I'm a Malaysian Chinese
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Old 2012-04-15, 22:44   Link #114
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Give me the recipe for the curry puff! Of course, I will probably not follow it exactly. I'm thinking of a Thai curry version with coconut milk, lemongrass and green curry paste.
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Old 2012-04-16, 07:12   Link #115
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Give me the recipe for the curry puff! Of course, I will probably not follow it exactly. I'm thinking of a Thai curry version with coconut milk, lemongrass and green curry paste.
I think it's really up to you, what you want to put in the filling. Let your creativity take flight!

I will pm you the recipe
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Old 2012-04-17, 04:34   Link #116
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I think it's really up to you, what you want to put in the filling. Let your creativity take flight!

I will pm you the recipe

Mhuahahaha, please dont PM peope recipes. Post it here. I opened this thread for that purpose!!!

I am also eagerly waiting for the recipe!
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Old 2012-04-17, 08:29   Link #117
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Here's a special fried rice recipe by the guys at Sorted Food.

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Old 2012-04-17, 09:51   Link #118
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Mhuahahaha, please dont PM peope recipes. Post it here. I opened this thread for that purpose!!!

I am also eagerly waiting for the recipe!
Agreed. Also, if you can, document your creations.

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Old 2012-04-17, 16:04   Link #119
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This is a famous Malaysian cuisine, called “nasi lemak”. Malaysians love to eat this for breakfast. Actually, you can also eat it for lunch and dinner. This dish consist of sambal (spicy paste made from ginger, dried chilli, garlic and shallots), coconut rice, fried anchovies, peanuts, boiled egg and cucumber. Anyway, I have posted here step-by-step guidance with photos, so I hope you will be able to make it too! This recipe can serve up to 6 people.





Ingredients:
20 dried chilli
2 shallots
4 garlic cloves
1 can of coconut milk (about 400ml)
Dried anchovies (up to individual preference. For mine, I put 20-30)
A thick slice of ginger (about 3cm)
Salt
Water
Sugar
Cucumber (a few slices will do. Again, up to individual preference because it is only a side dish)
Chicken leg
Tamarind juice
Tumeric powder (just enough to marinade the chicken)


1.Soak the dried chilli in a pot of boiling water, until it becomes soft. This takes approximately 30 minutes.


2.Marinate the chicken in turmeric powder.



3. It’s now time to make the sambal aka chilli paste. Blend the dried chilli with some water. The result will be something like this:






4. Cut 1 onion, all the garlic cloves, and of the ginger into slices. Then blend it together with the blended dried chilli. Make sure that everything is blended to form a concentrated paste.



5.Heat pan and add oil. When it is hot enough, add the chilli paste. Before adding in the paste, reduce the heat first. It is imperative that you allow it to cook for 45m-1 hour. I know, I know, it takes forever but the result, I assure you are worth it. Stir the paste once in a while.




6.After cooking the paste for approximately 20 minutes or so, stir in tamarind juice, some sugar, and salt. The paste is cooked and ready when it begins to dry up.



7.Now, it’s time to cook the rice. For mine, I cook 3 cups of rice.


8.Pour in the whole can of coconut milk. If it is too concentrated, add some water. The can of coconut milk that I bought is 400ml, and fills 3 cups. Just nice! After pouring in the milk, add in the other 1 onion, a pinch of salt and the remaining ginger slices. After you are done, cook the rice!



9. While waiting for the rice and sambal, boil the eggs.




10.You can start frying the anchovies and the chicken. I removed the head because it tastes better without it.


11.Deep fry the chicken. After you are done, do the same with the anchovies.




12. Time to check the rice. The cooked coconut rice will look like the above pic.



13. Assuming everything is ready, assemble them!




14. Itadakimasu!!!
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Old 2012-04-17, 16:09   Link #120
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This is a famous Malaysian cuisine, called “nasi lemak”. Malaysians love to eat this for breakfast. Actually, you can also eat it for lunch and dinner. This dish consist of sambal (spicy paste made from ginger, dried chilli, garlic and shallots), coconut rice, fried anchovies, peanuts, boiled egg and cucumber. Anyway, I have posted here step-by-step guidance with photos, so I hope you will be able to make it too! This recipe can serve up to 6 people.





Ingredients:
20 dried chilli
2 shallots
4 garlic cloves
1 can of coconut milk (about 400ml)
Dried anchovies (up to individual preference. For mine, I put 20-30)
A thick slice of ginger (about 3cm)
Salt
Water
Sugar
Cucumber (a few slices will do. Again, up to individual preference because it is only a side dish)
Chicken leg
Tamarind juice
Tumeric powder (just enough to marinade the chicken)


1.Soak the dried chilli in a pot of boiling water, until it becomes soft. This takes approximately 30 minutes.


2.Marinate the chicken in turmeric powder.



3. It’s now time to make the sambal aka chilli paste. Blend the dried chilli with some water. The result will be something like this:






4. Cut 1 onion, all the garlic cloves, and of the ginger into slices. Then blend it together with the blended dried chilli. Make sure that everything is blended to form a concentrated paste.



5.Heat pan and add oil. When it is hot enough, add the chilli paste. Before adding in the paste, reduce the heat first. It is imperative that you allow it to cook for 45m-1 hour. I know, I know, it takes forever but the result, I assure you are worth it. Stir the paste once in a while.




6.After cooking the paste for approximately 20 minutes or so, stir in tamarind juice, some sugar, and salt. The paste is cooked and ready when it begins to dry up.



7.Now, it’s time to cook the rice. For mine, I cook 3 cups of rice.


8.Pour in the whole can of coconut milk. If it is too concentrated, add some water. The can of coconut milk that I bought is 400ml, and fills 3 cups. Just nice! After pouring in the milk, add in the other 1 onion, a pinch of salt and the remaining ginger slices. After you are done, cook the rice!



9. While waiting for the rice and sambal, boil the eggs.




10.You can start frying the anchovies and the chicken. I removed the head because it tastes better without it.


11.Deep fry the chicken. After you are done, do the same with the anchovies.




12. Time to check the rice. The cooked coconut rice will look like the above pic.



13. Assuming everything is ready, assemble them!




14. Itadakimasu!!!
I will try this recipe and report my findings. Looks gorgeous!! PS: what a well made step by step, good job!!!


PS: I am still looking for apple cider. Cant find any in austria.
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