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Do you cook any type of Asian meals yourself, or do you tend to always buy them?

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I tend not to often make Asian meals as they generally do not taste as good as I do not use a lot of salt.

However, a few nights ago, I made Thai Chicken burgers which were really good -teamed them with some apple/curry/mayo and will put this on recipe yum now!
by Finy
I love Asian food,though I tend to cook Asian STYLE meals,rather than authentic.I am allergic to many ingredients which are so common in Asian recipes,so I have to leave these out.
I like sweet and sour chicken and chicken chop suey. I also make a curry about once a week.
by Gia
We cook asian meal at least once a week at home. Our favourite dish is massaman curry.
I don't cook a lot now but if you call noodles with vegies and spices in a bow 'Asian' well yes I do cook quite a few of these, love their spices ginger, lemongrass, garlic, chilli...
by Fran
I have an authentic Chinese cookbook (actually written in Mandarin, thank goodness for Google Translate!) which came with the microwave I bought when living in Singapore. I use it occasionally but it can be difficult to source the ingredients here.
My husband is very good at cooking all sorts of different curries - he has a recipe book that covers pretty much all of Asia, so they are from all round the region.
Otherwise, stir fried rice noodles are a stand by meal here for those days when I don't feel like cooking anything complicated!
I really don't now cook too much Asian .
I have limited time now, as I have a second job.
It takes time, and I really can't be chopping-and all that go's with it.
3 min noodles are as good as it gets now!...lol
I cook Asian stir frys most often - quick and simple
by AJ
I quite often make what we call "ka pow" chicken. It's a stir fry with holy basil. I also do a lot of Japanese dishes.
Oh! shady..........where do you get your basil 'blessed'! Lol!
by donjo
My family's favourite is fried rice and I prefer to cook my green prawns rather than use cooked ones. I also do stir fries and pad Thai but can't beat my local Chinese restaurant which we frequent weekly.
In my former life, cooked lots of stir-frustrated. Loved them, so did rest of family.
Now, couldn't be bothered. Get superb Chinese, home delivered.
Chicken Chow Mein, Beef in Black Bean Sauce, & Fried Rice.
The generous helpings give me four-five meals, so that works out quite cheaply each meal! Plus very tasty!
Oh my! Try stir-FRYS!
My ITablet went offline, which it keeps doing 90% of the time, so I didn't get to check input! My bad!
by donjo
We have stir fries every week. All done in 15 minutes. Lots of vegetables. Quick and easy.
We like variety so cook a combination of ethnic dishes.
I like to make chicken stir fry, curries such as Rogan Josh, or Potato and mushroom vegetarian curry, also chicken satay.

Farley
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