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Bird chiles - Page 2 of 6

  • Recipe

    Banana Chutney

    Packed with raisins, almonds, and spices, this tropical chutney is delicious with pork chops, chicken, and fish.

  • Recipe

    Thai Hot-and-Sour Shrimp Soup (Tom Yam Kung)

    This hearty, flavorful soup is traditionally served alongside main dishes, with plenty of jasmine rice, but it can also be served as a first course.

  • Moveable Feast

    Spicy Pork Dumplings

    Homemade dumplings are easier to make than you think, especially since you can buy the wrappers. When the dumplings are steamed and browned, like these are, they are also called…

  • Recipe

    Soy-Vinegar Dipping Sauce

    This savory sauce is delicious with Lumpia (Filipino spring rolls), but also goes well with everything from grilled fish, chicken, and beef to vegetables and noodles. Make it just before…

  • Recipe

    Indian Chicken Tikka

    Not to be confused with chicken tikka masala, the creamy tomato-and-chicken curry beloved (and claimed) by Brits and Indians alike, chicken tikka refers to yogurt-marinated grilled chicken kebabs, native to…

  • Recipe

    Indonesian Beef Satay

    Satay is a street-food favorite for a reason: the meat is tender as butter and beautifully charred, and the sauce is rich and spicy. This version substitutes cashews for the…

  • Recipe

    Spicy Papaya Salad

    This savory fruit salad is great with chicken, fish, or roast pork. The optional allspice is a nod to its Jamaican inspiration.

  • Moveable Feast

    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…

  • Moveable Feast

    Roasted-Carrot Salad with Honey and Almonds

    Orange-blossom water is lovely staple of Moroccan cooking, but you only need a little to bring out the carrots' brightness in this salad.

  • Moveable Feast

    Spicy Balinese Roasted Chicken

    If you can’t find wild (aka kaffir) lime leaves (an essential in Thai and Indonesian dishes), a bay leaf is a fine substitute.

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