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Unread 04-23-2013, 05:00 AM   #1
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Default Looking for Asian based BBQ recipies

I've progressed from not being able to cook rice PERIOD to nailing fried rice over last year or so.

Im looking for recipes\technics\tips to Q up pork\chicken\beef, any cut, to continue...

Ive most of the specialty ingredients (rice wine, seasame oil, hoisin, oyster, soya) but I've gotta say some of the more obscure ingredients are unavailable this neck of the woods.

Interested in recipies or GOOD web site to continue quest, current obsession..

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Get you some Phish sauce too.
Sesame seeds are also often used.
Don't have an English site with recipes for you but maybe others will chime in...Brethren Landarc knows a thing or 2 about Asian cooking
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can you give any hints on nailing fried rice?
We eat a lot of white and brown rice but i havent fried any.
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What is the best way to search for landarc recipes?
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can you give any hints on nailing fried rice?
We eat a lot of white and brown rice but i havent fried any.
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Fried Rice starts out with left over rice that has been left uncovered in the refrigerator a day or so to completely dry out. Oil in a hot Wok and break it apart quickly to get all the rice coated with the oil, it doesn't absorb into the rice so it doesn't take as much oil as it sounds like it would. Add onions, precooked meats, scrambled eggs, (eggs streamed on the sides of the wok around the edge not raw egg directly on the rice), frozen at the end when it looks about done add the frozen peas toss them about for a minute sauce and fresh cut green onion at the very end.
That is how I have done it for years and it turns out great for me.
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i realize you are far far away from oriental grocers, but many of the meals are very easy.

Here is a pork fried rice:
http://www.greeneggers.com/index.php...160288&catid=1

Pork ribs:

http://www.greeneggers.com/index.php...238448&catid=1

Some wok ramblings:

http://eggheadforum.com/discussion/1...e-idiot#latest
Some oriental recipe sites:

http://www.greeneggers.com/index.php...042227&catid=1


A great site for thai recipes, the videos afre great. Products are great also, but not sure how to get them to you up north:

http://atasteofthai.com/

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Landarch!?!? That guy is a charlatan. Now, I hear that Bill dude from Australia, he eats Chinese every night

Lemme go put some pants on, I'll be back
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Did this a couple years ago and have repeated it several times.

My take for beef short ribs...

And already had some short ribs marinating in:

In a one cup measure -
2 TBS fish sauce
Filled to 1/3 cup Tamari


2/3 cup liquid aminos


1/2 cup red wine vinegar

2/3 cup packed brown sugar
2 TBS freshly grated ginger
2 TBS crushed red pepper flakes
5 cloves garlic minced

I let these sit in the fridge for four days before cooking, turning once each day.

Roasted in an open pan on the kettle with a couple chunks of orange wood set to ~ 300 degrees til an IT of 160, then poured in the reserved (boiled and reduced a bit) marinade, covered and continued to cook to 200 when they were done and had a nice tenderness. I really like this marinade but wish I had some good Fish Sauce.






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landarch!?!? That guy is a charlatan. Now, i hear that bill dude from australia, he eats chinese every night

Lemme go put some pants on, i'll be back
TMI...
























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Can't wait to see what you post though.
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Twice!!!


Can't wait to see what you post though.
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Hometruckin that was a Damn short Vacation!
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Is there a specific country you want to learn about the flavors of? Or more of a Pan-Asian flavor profile?

There are certain common things, fermented condiments are crucial to all Far East cuisines. Almost all of the cultures use fermented bean pastes, fermented fish sauces, and chile pastes. These are the most commonly over looked flavor elements.
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I gotta run, back with more later
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