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Southeast Asian Cuisine

All the complex flavors and freshness of southeast asian cuisine

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In recent years, both chefs and home cooks have become fascinated with Southeast Asian cuisine due to its complex flavors and freshness. Most of the food are made from scratch with recipes handed down through generations. Many dishes carry sweet, sour, salty, spicy, and umami flavors all in one bite. Lemongrass, tamarind, chillies, galangal, ginger, curry, and turmeric are some of the ingredients prominent in these recipes. Get ready to be inspired by what the feedfeed community is creating in their kitchen!
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Vy Tran

@beyondsweetandsavory

San Diego, CA

Clinical pharmacist, passionate home cook, food blogger, and aspiring gardener.

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Warm up your Wednesday with this Malaysian chicken and coconut curry. Lemongrass, garlic, ginger…

Coconut And Lemongrass Curry With Malaysian Chicken

Warm up your Wednesday with this Malaysian chicken and coconut curry. Lemongrass, garlic, ginger, fiery chiles and a fresh squeeze of lime juice balance out this delicious coconut curry - just add rice and dinner is ready. This meal is great in the crockpot too if you still need to zip out to the mall for those last minute Christmas presents like yours truly!
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What is your favorite entertaining food? This is one of my Go-To appetizers for parties. Green…

Papaya Lettuce Wraps With Asian Peanut Dressing

What is your favorite entertaining food? This is one of my Go-To appetizers for parties. Green Papaya Salad Wrap with Asian Peanut Dressing, served in salad leaves. It is packed with nutritions (thanks to Papaya, carrots and greens), textures (crunchy veggies and soft noodles) and flavors (salty, sweet, sour and creamy). AND sooooo easy to make.
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A light and refreshing appetizer to start a dinner party
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As the temperatures are dropping to a brisk 57 degrees in Florida tonight, we decided to whip up a…

Filipino Vegetable Afritada

As the temperatures are dropping to a brisk 57 degrees in Florida tonight, we decided to whip up a veggie version of afritada – a hearty Filipino potato and pea, tomato based stew to warm us up. What I love about this dish is that you can find all the ingredients at your local grocery store.
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A comforting Filipino stew of potatoes, carrots, and peas
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We have fallen in love with this fluffy Filipino Christmas cake! It uses coconut milk for a tropical…

Bibingka (filipino Coconut Milk Cake)

We have fallen in love with this fluffy Filipino Christmas cake! It uses coconut milk for a tropical sweetness and rice flour makes it naturally gluten free!
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Bibingka is a rice cake from the Philippines that is traditionally cooked in clay pots lined with banana leaves
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Stir fry Pho noodles is equally delicious to a steamy bowl of Pho soup but less the heat, so perfect…

Beef Stir-fry Pho Noodles

Stir fry Pho noodles is equally delicious to a steamy bowl of Pho soup but less the heat, so perfect for summer. It could also be your family new 'pasta' recipe for weekday nights!
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These CRISPY RED CURRY AND LIME CHICKEN WINGS are a must make for Super Bowl Sunday! Or, just for…

Crispy Chicken Wings With Red Curry & Lime Sauce

These CRISPY RED CURRY AND LIME CHICKEN WINGS are a must make for Super Bowl Sunday! Or, just for Sunday. You don't even have to watch football to get down on these wingies.
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Perfect for game day or just snacking
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Burmese pulled tea. It's good to be back in California. Now, my apartment lease is up and the office…

Burmese Tea

Burmese pulled tea. It's good to be back in California. Now, my apartment lease is up and the office is kicking me out in 2 days. I need to pack but all I want to do is binge re-watch "30 Rock". Hopefully this tea will give me energy.
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Vietnamese Chicken Salad with Raw Veggies, Nước chấm Dressing and Scallion Ginger Oil is up on the…

Vietnamese Chicken And Raw Veggie Salad

Vietnamese Chicken Salad with Raw Veggies, Nước chấm Dressing and Scallion Ginger Oil is up on the site today. I have been craving something light and fresh after all the meat and cheese I shoved in my face while I was in the mountains. I am absolutely OBSESSED with South East Asian cuisine and if you have never tried Nước chấm dressing you are missing out. It's a super bright, citrusy sauce that will send your tastebuds flying across continents. This recipe can be adjusted to fit your cravings, add rice, quinoa, some eggs, leafy greens whatever your heart desires. This is a great go to meal to have on hand when you are craving big flavor without breaking your diet.
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Perfect for those who want to enjoy Vietnamese chicken that is gluten free and paleo
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Fresh tiger prawn rolls with hoisin peanut sauce  Craving satisfied!

Tiger Prawn Rolls With Hoisin Peanut Sauce

Fresh tiger prawn rolls with hoisin peanut sauce Craving satisfied!
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These prawn tiger prawn rolls are perfect for those love Vietnamese spring rolls but want to skip the meat.
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oh you know, just creamy green curry scallops with mango salsa and rice. casual, fresh, NBD made w…

Scallops In Green Curry And Mango Salsa

oh you know, just creamy green curry scallops with mango salsa and rice. casual, fresh, NBD made w almond coconut milk, green curry paste, scallops, spinach, mango, cilantro, red onion, lime juice! summer eating for the win.
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the heat of the curry complimented by cilantro is an inspiring take that can be adapted again and again to suit your recipe needs.
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