Glass noodles are also known as cellophane or bean thread noodles and can be purchased at Asian food stores or perhaps even at your local supermarket. These wheat-free noodles are delicious fried up with your choice or chicken, pork, shrimp, or tofu and vegetables.
Everything you wanted to know about one of the world's favorite dishes - and spices (curry is also a spice). Learn more about this fascinating dish and the spices that flavor it, from Indian curry to Thai and Chinese curry. Includes historical notes, nutritional information, and even recipes for making both curry and curry powder.
Curry sauce explained, including what's in curry sauce, how you can use it, and how to make it. If you're interested in expanding your culinary knowledge or skills, you'll definitely want to explore all the various types of curry sauces and how to use them in your cooking. These days, curry has become an international dish that is served in numerous ways. In our house, we make our own curry sauces, pastes, and curry dishes - at least one per week, or more if we're lucky!
Find out the real difference between Thai curries: red, yellow, and green. The ingredients in these curries varies according to the particular chef preparing them, although traditionally there was very little difference between them. Read on to find out more!
What is jackfruit, and how do you eat it? What are the health benefits of jackfruit, and how do you cook with it? These are just some of the questions that are answered for you in this quick article on jackfruit. Learn what this mysterious fruit looks like, how to buy it, and what you can do with it. For vegetarians, jackfruit provides a great substitute for chicken, especially the green, unripe jackfruit seeds. Includes link for Thai Jackfruit Curry Recipe.