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Carrot tempura

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Here’s another simple but delicious recipe from my stepmother-in-law! Fish is so healthy and tasty that I could eat it every day. Sea bass in particular is one of my favourite types of fish. It’s got to be perfectly cooked though, otherwise it can be quite dry.

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I HAVE MOVED MY BLOG TO WWW.WORLDFOODIEGUIDE.COM. CLICK HERE TO READ THE REST OF THIS POST. IT’S EASIER TO NAVIGATE THE NEW BLOG, WHICH HAS MORE CONTENT AND PHOTOS. THANKS! HELEN YUET LING PANG

Another delicious Japanese recipe from my stepmother-in-law! We recently had a discussion about gyoza (the Japanese version of Chinese pan-fried dumplings, also known as ‘potstickers’ in the States), as my husband and I tried making the Chinese version, and they turned out really well…

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Brussels sprouts with sesame sauce

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My Japanese stepmother-in-law has just very kindly given me some fantastic recipes to share with you!

Here’s the first one, very simple to make and would make a great accompaniment to a main meal. It’s also vegetarian, which will please my husband.

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Asian vegetable noodle soup

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If I’m on my own at home and feel like a simple hot lunch, this vegetable noodle soup is what I’ll invariably make, as it’s healthy and filling. It’s also great for using up bits and pieces of vegetables. From start to finish, it takes about 20 minutes, and once you have the basic ingredients, it’s very easy to replicate or adapt to your own taste. In fact, this is my special version that’s been adapted from a Japanese recipe I found many years ago. Now it’s become my Chinese-Japanese hybrid! It’s one of two noodle lunches (XO Scallops With Noodles) I can make really quickly, almost without thinking.

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