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Asian Flavors

Postby Rightupinthere » Sun Sep 04, 2016 7:59 am

So, I'm doing more with asian flavors out of my kitchen. I'm particularly interested in the mixing of sweet, heat, herb, and textures. I believe Taiwanese and Vietnamese kill it on this front.

Anyone have any recipes/experiments you would like to share?
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Re: Asian Flavors

Postby hammb » Wed Sep 07, 2016 10:18 am

Interesting, RUIT. I'm HUGE on Asian flavors/food, but I'll admit I rarely do a lot of it at home. Especailly not branching out to any specific cultures. I've got a wok and will do stir fry. I also have a big outdoor griddle (originally purchased for camping/tailgating, but money at home too) for fried rice. But in both cases I stick with a pretty standard flavor profile: Ginger/Garlic/Soy/Sriracha. For stirfry I'll usually add some vinegar/sugar for a sweet/sour combo.

My experiments in this are all purely my feel, made up on my own. No authenticity or real recipe to go off of.
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