I want to attempt some Asian cooking, what would be the easiest and cheapest recipe to try first?

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Frage von JJRose: I want to attempt some Asian cooking, what would be the easiest and cheapest recipe to try first?
Besides the real basics wished fried rice. And please don’t say ramen noodles. I mean something that’s a real meal. I would try Pad Thai, but we have someone w/peanut allergies in the house.Thanks in advance!

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Answer by ashley
try the poo poo platter



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5 Responses to “I want to attempt some Asian cooking, what would be the easiest and cheapest recipe to try first?”

  1. Leon says:

    steamed white rice

  2. Angel****1 says:

    Best is you check out these recipes and decide for yourself:

    http://www.asianonlinerecipes.com/online_recipes/thailand/thailand.php

  3. AJ says:

    try the Filipino Adobo/

    TRADITIONAL PORK ADOBO Serves 2-3 people INGREDIENTS:
    500 grams of pork cut into bite-sized cubes
    1/2 cup white vinegar 1 head garlic,
    finely chopped 2 bay leaves
    1/3 cup soy sauce
    1 cup water
    1 teaspoon peppercorn

    DIRECTIONS: Brown the pork. Add vinegar, soy sauce, garlic, bay leaves, peppercorn and water. Bring to a boil, simmer for 20 mins. When the juice is absorbed, add another cup of water. Cover and let simmer until pork becomes tender. Serve over steamed rice.

    • admin says:

      yes, this are the Favorite food here in Manila, all my freinds from Philippine like this so much ,

      But i like if it some Protato also inside .. , One maked with Austern Souce but i am not sure is this Corect haha

      My favorite stay Beef Caldereta .. this are so Masarap

  4. Burl Cromer says:

    You are great sir, thanks for excellent bolg

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