Results tagged Asian from David Lebovitz

This award-winning recipe goes quite a ways back. It first landed on my radar via food-writer Arthur Schwartz, who led me to this recipe for this Asian-inspired chicken dish. It sounded so good and easy to make in a skillet, on the stovetop, and included everything I like – moist chicken thighs, a burst of chili powder, a bit of sweet-saltiness, and lots (and lots) of garlic….

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If I had to name my favorite cuisine, it would be a toss-up between Vietnamese and Korean. Both offer charbroiled meats, pickled or marinated vegetables, and a lively and sometimes spicy array of seasonings. What’s not to like? Most unfamiliar ethnic foods become instantly accessible if you take a trip to a local shop to stock up on a few specific ingredients. It wasn’t until…

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I am kind of crazy for Chinese dumplings, and dim sum, of all kinds. Any kind of dough filled with chopped pork or shrimp (or even vegetables), is my kind of food. Many people don’t realize how simple dumplings are to make. Most ingredients are pretty easy to find, and if you use store-bought won ton wrappers, most of the work is already done! In…

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If you’re looking for Asian ingredients in Paris, this is the place. Everything from mangoes and Thai basil, to fresh ginger and other vegetables, as well as meats, sauces, nuts, oils, and noodles, you’ll find at Tang Frères. Tang Frères 48, avenue d’Ivry, 13th Tel: 01 45 70 80 00 Mètro: Porte d’Ivry (Closed Monday)

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