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These Spicy Korean Pork Spare Ribs are succulent, sweet, and spicy. They require some advance marinade preparation, but then are easily cooked in the oven. of pork ribs Marinade 2 heaped tbsp Korean red Asian Cooking, Slow Cooking, Cooking Recipes, Cooking Lamb, Cooking Salmon, Spicy Korean Pork, Korean Food, Korean Ribs, Asian Ribs

Spicy Korean Pork Spare Ribs Recipe

These Spicy Korean Pork Spare Ribs are succulent, sweet, and spicy. They require some advance marinade preparation, but then are easily cooked in the oven.

The Serious Eats Guide to Shopping for Asian Noodles China Singapore Japan Korea Vietnam Thailand Tempura, Asian Noodles, Rice Noodles, Zuchinni Noodles, Rice Noodle Soups, Buckwheat Noodles, Shirataki Noodles, Noodle Bar, Chicken Noodles

The Serious Eats Guide to Shopping for Asian Noodles

A guide for how to shop for, cook, and use the wide variety of Asian noodles available at large grocery stores and specialty markets.

Sweet and Sour Ribs Tang Cu Pai Gu China Sichuan Food elaineseafish Rib Recipes, Asian Recipes, Cooking Recipes, Smoker Recipes, Cooking Tips, Pork Belly Recipes, Chinese Recipes, Sweet And Sour Spareribs, Asia Food

Sweet and Sour Ribs–Tang Cu Pai Gu

Chinese Sweet and Sour Ribs have an excellent taste. This version is an simplied one that can be made at home easily.

Sichuan-Style Wontons in Hot and Sour Vinegar and Chili Oil Sauce (Suanla Chaoshou), courtesy of Serious Eats Asia Food, Wan Tan, Asian Recipes, Ethnic Recipes, Chinese Recipes, Spicy Recipes, Chinese Food, Yummy Recipes, Chinese Desserts

How to Make Sichuan-Style Wontons in Chili Oil

Sweet and savory. Slippery and slick. Juicy and tender. Hot and sour. Garlicky. So. Freaking. Good. These are all words that should enter your head as you slide back a bowl of suanla chaoshou, the Sichuan-style wontons that come coated in an intensely aromatic sauce made with vinegar, garlic, and roasted chili oil. It's the sauce that brings on the contrasts with its almost overly intense flavor, thanks to sweet Chinkiang vinegar, soy sauce, and plenty of chili oil with crunchy bits of fried…

Dispatches From the Silk Road: The Must-Try Uyghur Food of Kashgar Chinese Street Food, Chinese Food, Turkish Recipes, Ethnic Recipes, Marinated Lamb, Serious Eats, Home Food, Le Far West, Middle Eastern Recipes

Dispatches From the Silk Road: The Must-Try Uyghur Food of Kashgar

In China's remote far west, Kashgar sits like a punctuation mark between China and Central Asia, along the Silk Road. For two millennia, the oasis city has enticed travelers with labyrinthine alleys filled with the smoke of char-grilled meat, the scent of spice, and the hawker cries of pomegranate vendors. Head behind the scenes to visit this ancient city and taste the flavors of the bazaar: saffron-marinated lamb, sweet figs, and the finest hand-pulled noodles.

A Song of Spice and Fire: The Real Deal With Hunan Cuisine. No recipes; an interesting article on the cuisine. Real Chinese Food, Chinese Street Food, Braised Pork Belly, Pork Belly Recipes, Malaysian Food, Serious Eats, Pot Roast, Stuffed Peppers, Chinese Recipes

A Song of Spice and Fire: The Real Deal With Hunan Cuisine

There's an old joke about Hunan food: "The Sichuanese are not afraid of chili heat; No degree of hotness will afright [sic] the people of Guizhou, but those Hunanese are afraid of food that isn't hot." And while the Hunanese were China's early chili adopters, there's more to this cuisine than lashings of heat.

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Dispatches From the Silk Road: The Must-Try Uyghur Food of Kashgar

In China's remote far west, Kashgar sits like a punctuation mark between China and Central Asia, along the Silk Road. For two millennia, the oasis city has enticed travelers with labyrinthine alleys filled with the smoke of char-grilled meat, the scent of spice, and the hawker cries of pomegranate vendors. Head behind the scenes to visit this ancient city and taste the flavors of the bazaar: saffron-marinated lamb, sweet figs, and the finest hand-pulled noodles.

How to Make Sichuan Chili Oil Recipe - Bon Appétit Chinese Chili Oil, Chinese Street Food, Chinese Food, Easy Asian Recipes, Chinese Recipes, Japanese Recipes, Hot Chili Oil, Vegetarian Recepies, Hot Sauce Recipes

How to Make Sichuan Chili Oil

A step-by-step guide to making your own Sichuan-style chili oil, with ingredients you can get at Asian supermarkets or online

Jellyfish Yam Kao Tod (Crispy Rice Salad) - Lucky Peach Lucky Peach Magazine, Chinese Street Food, Beer Food, Asian Kitchen, Rice Salad, Beer Recipes, Yams, Jellyfish, Spicy

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Yam, the sour, spicy, and crunchy Thai staple, is the ultimate beer food. You might need some extra beer to wash down the jellyfish in this yam, though.

Chengdu Taste is the Best Sichuan Restaurant in America. Here's What to Order. Chinese Street Food, Beef Rump, Braised Beef, Food Concept, Chengdu, Serious Eats, Chinese Restaurant, Chili Oil, Tasty

Chengdu Taste is the Best Sichuan Restaurant in America. Here's What to Order.

Like at many Chinese restaurants, the menu of LA's Chengdu Taste is massive. Here's what your first picks should be.

A step-by-step guide to making your own Sichuan-style chili oil, with ingredients you can get at Asian supermarkets or online Chinese Street Food, Sichuan Pepper, Easy Asian Recipes, Chili Oil, Bon Appetit, Cooking Recipes, Stuffed Peppers, Eat, Oil Recipe

How to Make Sichuan Chili Oil

A step-by-step guide to making your own Sichuan-style chili oil, with ingredients you can get at Asian supermarkets or online

Chilies, Noodles, and Lamb: 11 Must-Eat Dishes in Xi'an From the Muslim Quarter and Beyond Real Chinese Food, Chinese Street Food, Asian Desserts, Serious Eats, Silk Road, Traditional Chinese, Korean Food, Mochi, Muslim

Chilies, Noodles, and Lamb: 11 Must-Eat Dishes in Xi'an From the Muslim Quarter and Beyond

Located at the terminus of the Silk Road and at one time the cultural and political capitol of China, the city of Xi'an in Shaanxi province has one of the more interesting culinary histories in China, in no small part due to the influence of its large Muslim population.

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Chilies, Noodles, and Lamb: 11 Must-Eat Dishes in Xi'an From the Muslim Quarter and Beyond

Located at the terminus of the Silk Road and at one time the cultural and political capitol of China, the city of Xi'an in Shaanxi province has one of the more interesting culinary histories in China, in no small part due to the influence of its large Muslim population.

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The Best Wonton Soup in Manhattan's Chinatown

There are plenty of bad wonton soups in Chinatown, but some excellent ones as well. Where should you go for the best? We tasted 23 bowls to find out.

Nahm in Bangkok. Last year`s winner remains in the top 10 through Aussie chef David Thomson and head chef Prin Polsuk& stellar cooking in a temple to Thai gastronomy. Paella, Chinese Street Food, Lucky Peach, Food Categories, Ceviche, Sashimi, The Cure, Food And Drink, Asian

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The traditional recipe calls for jellyfish, but we made your life a little easier by swapping in fatty and firm marinated kingfish.

Chilies, Noodles, and Lamb: 11 Must-Eat Dishes in Xi'an From the Muslim Quarter and Beyond Chinese Street Food, Serious Eats, Muslim, Noodles, Lamb, Chili, Dishes, Lifestyle, Ethnic Recipes

Chilies, Noodles, and Lamb: 11 Must-Eat Dishes in Xi'an From the Muslim Quarter and Beyond

Located at the terminus of the Silk Road and at one time the cultural and political capitol of China, the city of Xi'an in Shaanxi province has one of the more interesting culinary histories in China, in no small part due to the influence of its large Muslim population.