Monday, 5 December 2011

''Cooking Quick n’ Easy Dinner Recipes for Asian Dishes'' from James Kim (Guest Post) author of

Hi Everyone, today's post is my first guest post.  The guest is James Kim, author of  Please check it out!  Today he writes and gives advice about ways you can eat a nutritious and satisfying Asian meal even when there is very little time.  He will explain what you'll need on hand, and what you should think about when shopping for groceries.  View James Kims popular website ''Food on the Table''

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''Guest Post'' Cooking Quick n’ Easy Dinner Recipes for Asian Dishes- by James Kim of and
Many of us can barely find the time to cook easy dinner recipes like macaroni and cheese out of a box, let alone find the time to cook delicious Asian restaurant style meals. Fortunately for the Asian food loving family, there are a number of quick and easy dinner recipes that require few ingredients and limited time and skill to cook. Here are some great ways to help you start preparing easy dinner meals just like the ones you would find in your family’s favorite Chinese, Japanese, and Korean food restaurant.

If you want to start cooking dinner recipes that taste just like the ones you’d find at a Chinese restaurant, it’s best to always keep staples on hand. Some Chinese food staples include rice, tofu, chicken, fish, soy sauce, sesame oil, eggs, onions, garlic, broccoli, sweet potato, and shiitake mushrooms. You can make sure you always have your pantry and fridge stocked with these ingredients by making a weekly grocery list. Always do an inventory check as you make your list to ensure you have what you need. Since eggs often get used up fast at breakfast time, you’ll need to pay special attention to your egg supply to make sure you have enough to cook your easy dinners. If you want to add a healthier twist to the Chinese, Korean, and Japanese meals you cook, substitute brown rice for white rice, and keep more vegetables on hand. Some examples of vegetables commonly used in Chinese, Japanese, and Korean dishes are bok choy, water chestnuts, leeks, Chinese cabbage, baby corn, kabocha, scallions, onion, peppers, and snow peas.

There are plenty of quick easy dinner recipes to Chinese/Japanese/Korean dishes you can find online. Start by looking for easy dinner ideas for simple stir-fries and fried rice dishes. These will require the least time and skill to cook, and they’ll taste delicious. If you are cooking easy dinner recipes for family members, make sure you adjust how much of each dish you make accordingly. If you’re cooking easy dinner recipes for two, you’ll probably use considerably fewer ingredients than most recipes call for. Keep this in mind. You’ll get the hang of adjusting portions. To build up your Chinese/Japanese/Korean cooking skills, try to cook at least one easy dinner from a Chinese/Japanese/Korean food recipe a week. Once you’ve been cooking the simple dishes for a while, you can move on to cooking more advanced meals like Kung Pao Chicken and Moo Shu Pork.

So, if you want to cook delicious and nutritious meals for your family that taste just like the ones you can find in a Chinese, Korean, or Japanese restaurant, keep staples on hand, start off with the simplest dishes, and believe in the potential of your culinary skills!

-James Kim

View James Kims popular website ''Food on the Table''

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