Cooking with : Shrimp
Butterfly shrimp – Feng Wei Xia
A dish from China which is very popular in Europe.
Okonomiyaki – japanese crepe
The okonomiyaki is a pancake or pizza typically Japanese. “Okonomi” means “what you like / want” and “yaki” means “grilled”. This name comes from the fact that we can put many ingredients (although mostly time we find mainly cabbage).
Chinese fondue with seafood
Chinese fondue with seafood delight all those who like seafood.
The fondue is a broth in which diners cooked their ingredients in a small landing net.
Shuan yang rou – Mongolian fondue
Mongolian fondue called “yang rou shuan” is a fondue served in North China and very popular in Beijing.
Lau bo – Vietnamese fondue
Lau Bo is the Vietnamese fondue, tasty and delicious, it is eaten with rice cake and mam nem sauce.
Tempura – shrimp and vegetable fritters
Tempura fritters are fried shrimp and vegetables, this recipe is delicious Japanese.
Pou ja – Thai Crab Stuffed
Here is the recipe for Pou Ja, stuffed crab of Thailand that you find in all good Asian caterers.
Nigiri sushi – sushi – raw fish on rice
Sushi is a dish that is outside of Japan, one of the iconic dishes of Japanese cuisine.
Ngapi htaung – shrimp paste
Ngapi Htaung is a shrimp paste that serves as an accompaniment to rice in Burma.
Balachaung – fried dried shrimps
Balachaung is a preparation of fried dried shrimps served with rice, and this is the most popular of all Burmese accompaniments.
Typical Chinese fried rice
The fried rice fried rice called in China, is a very popular dish in the Chinese world.