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Table of Condiments: Asian Sauces: Shelf Life

It is pretty obvious when your tomatoes have turned, but how often should you replace your condiments? Asian Supper explores the shelf life of many popular Asian sauces like fish sauce and oyster sauce. Read More »

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Kimchi Chronicles Book Giveaway!

 

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Asian Snack Attack: Shrimp Flavored Chips

Asian Snack Attack is our ongoing series where we weed out the good from the bad in the wild and wooly world of newfangled Asian snacks.

Heart-Healthy Asian Recipes

February is American Heart Month and before the month comes to a close, we wanted to share with you a few kitchen tips and recipes that can help keep your blood pressure and cholesterol levels in check. 

Follow these heart-healthy cooking and eating tips, courtesy of the American Heart Association, and incorporate them into your favorite Asian meals, starting with the five recipes below.

Scallions vs. Green Onions

What’s the difference between scallions and green onions?

Tanghulu: Chinese Sweets: Haw Candy

Tanghulu literally translated means Candied Haw on a Stick (bīngtáng húlu 冰糖葫芦).  Tanghulu is a traditional winter snack in northern China, especially in Beijing.  Traditionally, tanghulu has a hardened sugar coating that comes from dipping the skewer in sugar.  There are less common varieties with a chocolate coating or sesame sprinkles.  Traditionally, tanghulu uses the Chinese hawthorn fruit (山楂 shānzhā), but other fruit can be used, such as apples, kiwi, strawberries, etc.