Stir Fried Singapore Noodles with Garlic Ginger Sauce - Pinch of Yum
These stir fried Singapore Noodles are soaked in a garlic ginger sauce and tossed with bright, fresh veggies. Simple, fresh, yum.
Sesame-Crusted Tofu with Nuoc Cham | Alexandra's Kitchen
Tofu recipe inspired by a recipe in The New Mayo Clinic Cookbook. Nuoc Cham adapted from The Asian Grill. Note: The original recipe calls for an additional tablespoon of sugar, so feel free to taste and adjust seasoning as you wish. Also, author Corinne Trang notes that you can make the sauce more mild or bold depending on how you treat the garlic and chilies: If you mince the garlic and chilies, the flavors will be stronger; if you slice, the flavors will be more mild.
Singapore Mei Fun » Tide & Thyme
I love making our favorite Chinese take-out dishes at home. They’re always tastier, healthier, and much easier on the old pocketbook. Jon’s favorite dish to order-out, hands down, would have to be Singapore Mei Fun. Now, I realize this probably isn’t anywhere close to the noodle dishes you’d actually find in Singpore – but let’s be honest, what comes out most Chinese restaurants in this country actually is authentic? Am I right? Soft rice noodles, sauteed with all kinds of crispy yet tender…
Thai Coconut Chicken Noodle Soup - A Beautiful Plate
Nothing smells better than a steaming bowl of chicken broth infused with spicy ginger, coconut milk, kaffir lime leaves, fish sauce, red curry paste, galangal, lime juice, and topped with fresh cilantro.
Traditional Korean Braised Tofu (Dubu Jorim) - A Beautiful Plate
This traditional korean braised tofu dish (Dubu Jorim) is best served cold - a little bit spicy, satisfyingly salty from soy sauce, and full of fresh flavor from lots of chopped scallions, a hint of lime, and toasted sesame seeds.