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Anyone here good at homemade Asian cooking?
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Posted 10/28/15
Just wondering if any of you guys have made your own Asian cooking.
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I can make a fair few delicious Asian dishes. But it's just like any other food--if I like to eat it, then I know how to make it (more or less).
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I owe my thanks to Recipe.com, but yes.
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No.

All my cooking is either New England, Southern or Italian.
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If my mom never made it I find it hard to cook for some reason, so no sadly even though I love it. I'm white so Asian food isn't normally cooked at home...

That's not to say if I really wanted it I could google a recipe and how to do any steps
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everything I cook is homemade asian cooking.
Posted 10/28/15
Yeah, though I'm learning. Two hurdles that I want to tackle soon; sesame and sweet bean paste icecreams. I don't make sweet adzuki paste. Instead, I like to use black and red kidney beans, preferably black. Also, the sesame I want to use is golden, not black.
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Yes. Learning from my mom and grandma since we're Japanese
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Yes! I'm good at Korean dishes
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Posted 10/30/15
We cook all sorts of food. We recently tried making dak galbi - the rice cake was interesting.
Okonomiyaki is a great way to use up leftover cabbage when we don't feel like making the usual sauerkraut, kimchi, colseslaw, or cabbage stew.

I also realized recently that the dried mushrooms we buy at the Asian foodmarket are probably shiitake mushrooms, lol.
Sometimes it's hard finding certain ingredients because they don't have English packaging but there are ways to work around that.
Posted 10/30/15
nope.
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only skilled at cooking things out of a box, because laziness.
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Posted 10/30/15

animegirl2222 wrote:

only skilled at cooking things out of a box, because laziness.


You can still use instant ramen broth (a common source of MSG) or coke (adds sweetness) for making eastern food.
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KurtIrving wrote:


animegirl2222 wrote:

only skilled at cooking things out of a box, because laziness.


You can still use instant ramen broth (a common source of MSG) or coke (adds sweetness) for making eastern food.


Coca-cola, huh? That is a new for me.
Posted 10/30/15
Nope. I've never tried my hand at Asian cooking.
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