Gastronomy is a way of knowing other cultures through the palate and introduce new flavors to the diet of our children.

If you are one of those who enjoys trying new things, here are some dishes from Asian cuisine to prepare at home and enjoy these delicacies without having to go out to eat.

1. Crab rangoon

We started with this appetizer, some delicious cream cheese wontons, and crab sticks. First mix in a bowl 2 or 3  chopped crab sticks (60gr approx) and 225gr. of cream cheese, a spoonful of icing sugar and a pinch of salt.

Then place a small spoonful of the mixture on each sheet of wonton paste * (20 approx) and close each of them pressing the edges with fingers dampened with water so that it is well sealed and there are no leaks.

Finally, fry them and serve them with sweet and sour sauce. * You can buy the sheets of wonton pasta in any Asian supermarket or in the international food area of the hypermarkets.

Source:   Malaysia rasa

2. Lo Mein noodles

We continue with these delicious Chinese noodles with vegetables.

First prepare the sauce, in a bowl mix two tablespoons of soy sauce, two teaspoons of sugar, a teaspoon of sesame oil, half a teaspoon of ground ginger half a teaspoon of sriracha sauce (spicy Thai chili sauce). You can do without the last ingredient if you do not find it in the supermarket.

Then cook 250gr. of Chinese noodles according to package instructions and while preparing vegetables. In a pan with a tablespoon of olive oil, place two cloves of garlic, 400gr. of mushrooms, a red pepper, and a chopped carrot and sauté everything for 3-4 minutes. Then add 100gr. of snow peas (snow peas) and 300gr. of spinach and sauté another 2-3 minutes. To finish mix the noodles with the vegetables and the sauce and serve hot.

Source:   damn delicious

3. Prawns Kung Pao

They teach us to step by step how to make these authentic Kung Pao ranges. First prepare the sauce and reserve it, mix in a bowl two tablespoons of soy sauce , two tablespoons of sweet soy sauce (kecap manis) , half a teaspoon of cornstarch(cornstarch), four tablespoons of water , half a teaspoon of oil Sesame , half a teaspoon of rice vinegar (or apple cider vinegar) and half a teaspoon of sugar .

Put a pan on the fire with a drizzle of olive oil, once hot add a pinch of fresh gingerlaminate, give a couple of quick turns and then add a few dried chili (to taste) and half an onion and half green pepper chopped. Stir-fry a couple of minutes and then add 15-20 peeled raw prawns and 40gr. of roasted peanuts.

When the prawns are almost done add the sauce and three chopped chives stew, sauté a little more and serve hot.

Source:   Malaysia rasa

4. Gyozas of meat

These Japanese dumplings are perfect as a starter or starter.

In a bowl mix 500gr. of minced pork, 100gr. of chopped cabbage, 100gr. of shitake mushrooms, a chopped carrot, and onion, two cloves of chopped garlic, two tablespoons of grated fresh ginger, two tablespoons of soy sauce , two teaspoons of sesame oil (you can substitute olive oil), a teaspoon of vinegar of riceand a pinch of  ground pepper .

If you wish you can sauté the mixture lightly, or fill the empanadillas with the raw ingredients, as you prefer. Place a spoonful of filling in the center of each wonton sheet, close the ends with dampened fingers so that they are half-moon shaped. Finally just cook them, you can make them steamed, cooked or iron (we recommend you to steam them). Serve them hot accompanied by soy sauce to dip.

Source: damn delicious

5. Chicken to honey Asian style

A classic that everyone likes is this chicken with honey. To start short 5o0gr. of chicken breast in cubes and roll them in flour, then in buttermilk * and again in flour.

Put a pan with 100ml. of oil to the fire and once hot add the chicken to the frying pan (5 0 6 pieces each time), cook it until it is golden brown and place it in a plate covered with paper of kitchen so that it absorbs the excess of oil.

In a bowl mix a tablespoon of cornstarch (cornstarch) and a tablespoon of water, and reserve it. Then put a pot on the fire with 175gr. of honey, two tablespoons of soy sauce, a tablespoon of apple cider vinegar, a teaspoon of sesame oil and a couple of chili peppers.

Bring it to a boil, add the cornstarch dissolved in water and then lower the heat and stir a little until it thickens. Serve the chicken covered with the honey sauce and accompanied by white rice.

* If you can not find the buttermilk in the supermarket you can do it yourself at home mixing a cup of milk with a tablespoon of lemon or vinegar and letting it rest without stirring for 10 minutes.

Source: damn delicious

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