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    Pineapple and Thai Basil Salsa

    This spicy but sublime salsa goes well with fried or tempura fish, or raw salmon or tuna. Canned pineapple can easily be substituted for fresh.

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    Grilled Shrimp, Hibachi-Style with Fruit Salad

    If you can’t find Asian pears or fresh papaya, substitute any firm pear of choice, or use mango. You can also substitute canned pineapple for the fresh.

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    Soft-Shell Crab Laksa

    Laksa is a traditional spicy noodle dish of Southeast Asia (especially Malaysia). It’s chile-rich and bright with lemongrass and kaffir lime leaves, but has plenty of coconut milk to temper…

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    Som Tam Phonlamai (Thai Fruit Salad)

    Just one of many examples of som tam that has nothing to do with green papaya (I do like to add some for this rendition, but you could certainly leave…

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    Chocolate Mousse with Black Rice Porridge and Spice-Poached Sour Cherries

    Combining the best elements of Asian porridge (or “congee,” as it’s known in much of the Asian world) and Mexican chocolate-spice combinations, this dessert is complex and darkly dramatic, with…

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    Peanut Dipping Sauce

    Freshly ground peanuts, caramelized curry paste, and a long, slow simmer give this sauce deep, complex flavor. Serve it with Pork and Shrimp Summer Rolls for dipping, and toss any…

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    Beef Rendang

    Serve this aromatic Malaysian specialty with jasmine or basmati rice. You can also enjoy it with bread, using it as a filling for pita, naan, tortillas, or any other flatbread.…

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    Authentic Pad Thai

    This classic stir-fry of rice noodles, tofu, dried shrimp, and colorful garnishes is a street-food staple in Thailand, and surprisingly easy to make at home. If you can’t find tamarind,…

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    Green Papaya Salad

    There are many versions of this spicy north-eastern Thai vegetable salad that is traditionally made, crushed and dressed in a wooden pestle and mortar. Green papaya salad is always eaten…

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    Crisp Tea-Smoked Duck with Green Mango and Basil Salad

    Searing the duck breasts in a skillet after smoking gives them delicious crisp skin. You can substitute apples, plums, or peaches for the mangos. Extra: To learn more, watch a…

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