NORTHERN ASIAN RECIPES

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Asian-Inspired Dishes:


 


 

3) sesame chicken

Chinese: Vegetables & Mixed (Vegetable-Meat) Dishes

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A list of Chinese food from Yale University Dining Services (YUDS) menus.

1) asparagus and bamboo shoots with ginger garlic sauce from the Yale ISO "Chinese-Lunar New Year 2011" menu
2) broccoli & beef

3) broccoli & tofu this was prepared for a New Haven potluck dinner; 2012-10-31


 

4) choi sum and tofu from the Yale ISO "Chinese-Lunar New Year 2011" menu
5) cucumber salad, spicy (Szechuan) from the Yale ISO "Chinese-Lunar New Year 2011" menu

6) gai lon (Chinese broccoli), stir-fried this was prepared for a New Haven potluck dinner; 2013-02-07


 

7) lotus root
8) mapo dofu (spicy tofu & ground meat)
9) napa cabbage and fennel salad from the Yale ISO "Chinese-Lunar New Year 2011" menu
10) string beans, dried fried
11) tree ear (aka wood ear) fungus recipes

Chinese: Meats

1) chicken wings, sweet and spicy (Szechuan) from the Yale ISO "Chinese-Lunar New Year 2011" menu
2) chicken in "fermented" black bean sauce

3) "poached" chicken (white cooked) this was prepared for a New Haven potluck dinner; 2013-02-07


 

4) "soy sauce" chicken (red cooked) this was prepared for a New Haven potluck dinner; 2012-12-12


 

5) roasted duck
6) char siu (red roast pork)
7) "sweet and sour" pork from the Yale ISO "Food Night 2012" menu

Chinese: Rice, Noodles, & Soup

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1) cheung fun (steamed rice noodles)
2) noodles, hand pulled ("applied" molecular gastronomy)

3) steamed rice, white this was prepared for a New Haven potluck dinner; 2012-12-12


 

4) steamed rice, jasmine

5) chow fun, beef (made with fresh wide rice noodles)

6) congee "jook" (Asian / Chinese)


 

7) fried rice, vegetarian this was prepared for a New Haven potluck dinner; 2012-10-11


 

8) fried rice, scallops
9) lo mein, pork (round Chinese egg noodles)


 

11) "soupy" dumplings, steamed

12) wonton soup dumplings & homemade chicken broth this was prepared during a 2012 Yale Day of Service event

 

Chinese: Seafood

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1) poached seabass this was prepared for a New Haven potluck dinner; 2013-02-07


 

2) fish, steamed with ginger & scallion
3) Cantonese-style lobster

Chinese: Dim Sum & Desserts

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1) cong you bing (scallion pancake) this was served at a New Haven potluck dinner; 2013-02-07


 

2) don tot (a small egg custard prepared in a flaky pastry shell) from the Yale ISO "Food Night 2012" menu
3) gu chai (garlic chive dumplings)
4) ha cheung (shrimp steamed in rice rolls)
5) haam sui gok (deep fried pork dumplings made from glutinous rice flour)
6) har gow (shrimp dumplings)
7) jin deui (deep fried glutinous rice flour balls covered with sesame seeds)
8) lao po bing ("wife's biscuit"; pastry with a winter melon filling)

9) law bok gou ("turnip cake" made using daikon) this was prepared for a New Haven potluck dinner; 2013-02-07

 

10) mantou (steamed bread)


 

11) nian gao (sticky glutinous rice "cake" for New Year's)
12) pan fried beef & cabbage dumplings this was prepared for a New Haven potluck dinner; 2012-09-26
13) pan fried dumplings
14) roast pork buns, steamed (mantou with a savory roast pork filling)
15) roast pork buns, baked
16) siu mai (pork and shrimp dumplings)
17) spring rolls ()


 

19) sweet red bean paste (used to fill steamed buns or to make the red bean dessert drinks)


 

20) tang yuan, glutinous rice "sticky balls"
21) wu gok (deep fried dumpling made from taro)

22) dofu fa (sweet soybean jello)
23) youtiao (deep fried donut-crueller)

Japanese: (thanks to Yukie M for suggesting some of these dishes)

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1) sweet red bean paste (used to fill steamed buns or to make the red bean dessert drinks; see dorayaki)
2) chazuke or ochazuke (rice with broth and condiments)
3) daifuku (ground glutinous rice flour with sweet fillings)
4) donburi (rice served with food on top; see oyakodon)
5) dorayaki (sweet red bean paste served between pancakes) this was prepared for a New Haven potluck brunch; 2013-02-10
6) gyudon (beef stew donburi)
7) harumaki (deep fried spring rolls)
8) kaisendon (raw seafood donburi)
9) kakitama jiru (egg drop soup) this was prepared for a New Haven potluck dinner; 2012-11-28
10) karaage (deep fried chicken, using a potato starch batter)
11) tempura (deep fried vegetables)

12) kare raisu (curry rice) this was prepared for a New Haven potluck dinner; 2013-01-23


 

13) kayu or okayu (rice porridge)
14) miso (fermented soybean soup)
15) mochi (ground glutinous rice flour)
16) nikujaga (sweet meat and potatoes)
17) oden (fish cake soup)
18) okonomiyaki, Hiroshima-style (a savory pancake; with separate layers)

19) okonomiyaki, Osaka or kansai-style () this was prepared for a New Haven potluck dinner; 2013-01-23

 

20) onigiri (rice ball)
21) oyakodon (chicken and egg simmered donburi) from the Yale ISO "Food Night 2012" menu
22) ramen noodles
23) sushi from the Yale ISO "Food Night 2011" menu
24) soba noodles (made from buckwheat)
25) somen noodles (thin wheat noodles)
26) takoyaki (octopus ball)
27) temakizushi (hand-rolled sushi)
28) teriyaki torino (chicken teriyaki)
29) tonkatsu (deep fried breaded pork cutlet)
30) udon noodles (thick wheat noodles)
31) yakisoba (noodles)
32) yakitori (grilled chicken)

Korean: (thanks to Michael A for helping us start YaleCooks and for suggesting most of these dishes)

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A list of Korean food from Yale University Dining Services (YUDS) menus.

In many Korean families doenjang jjigae and kimchi jjigae are eaten at least once a week.

1) kimchi (concepts from a traditional Korean family recipe) from the KASY "Umma-Style Korean Dinner 2013" menu

2) bindaetteok (mung bean fritters) this was prepared for a New Haven potluck dinner; 2012-09-26)
3) dotorimuk (jellied acorn) from the KASY "Umma-Style Korean Dinner 2013" menu
4) gimbab (Korean rolls) from the Hanppuri "Pocha Korean Night Market 2012" menu
5) gim-mal-i (noodles wrapped in seaweed fritter) from the Hanppuri "Pocha Korean Night Market 2012" menu
6) mat tang (fried sweet potato) from the Hanppuri "Pocha Korean Night Market 2012" menu

7) mapo dofu (spicy tofu) this was prepared for a New Haven potluck dinner; 2013-02-13


 

8) namul (traditional cooked vegetables) from the KASY "Umma-Style Korean Dinner 2013" menu

9) bee bim bop (bibimbap)
10) bokumbap (Korean fried rice with kimchi) this was prepared for a New Haven potluck dinner; 2012-11-07
11) doenjang jjigae (miso like stew; with both vegetarian, seafood, and meat varieties)
12) jjajangmyeon (korean version of Chinese zhajiangmian, often just eaten with rice at home)
13) soondubu jjigae (tofu kimchi stew)
14) ddukbokki (rice cake with a spicy red pepper sauce) from the Hanppuri "Pocha Korean Night Market 2012" menu
15) pajeon (scallion pancake) from the Hanppuri "Pocha Korean Night Market 2012" menu

16) saengseon jorim (braised fish with vegetables, using various kinds of fish)
17) odeng (fish cake and soup) from the Hanppuri "Pocha Korean Night Market 2012" menu
18) haemul pajeon (pancake with seafood) from the Hanppuri "Pocha Korean Night Market 2012" menu

19) dakdoritang (braised spicy chicken)

20) dak galbi (a spicy chicken stir fry) this was prepared for a New Haven potluck dinner; 2012-10-11


 

21) gangjeong (fried chicken with sauce) from the Hanppuri "Pocha Korean Night Market 2012" menu

22) bulgolgi (sliced marinated beef; similar to jeyuk bokkeum) (from the KASY "Umma-Style Korean Dinner 2013" menu
23) galbi tang (short rib soup)
24) gogi gui (Korean barbeque)
25) kareraisu (beef curry rice, similar to a Japanese dish)

26) "kogi taco" filling this was prepared for a New Haven potluck dinner; 2013-01-31


 

27) su lung tang (beef soup)

28) dduk guk (rice cake soup) this was prepared for a New Haven potluck dinner; 2013-02-07

29) japchae (noodles with stir-fried vegetables & meat) from the Hanppuri "Pocha Korean Night Market 2012" menu and prepared for a New Haven potluck dinner; 2013-02-07

 

30) mandu (deep fried meat and vegetable dumplings) from the Hanppuri "Pocha Korean Night Market 2012" menu
31) mool naeng myun (cold buckwheat noodles in broth) from the Hanppuri "Pocha Korean Night Market 2012" menu

32) jeyuk bokkeum (sliced marinated pork; similar to bulgogi) (from the KASY "Umma-Style Korean Dinner 2013" menu
33) kimchi jjigae (kimchi stew, usually with pork and vegetables)
34) tang suyook (deep fried sweet & sour pork) from the Hanppuri "Pocha Korean Night Market 2012" menu
35) samgyupsal (sliced pork belly eaten with a lettuce wrap)
36) bossam (pork wrapped in lettuce & kimchi) from the Hanppuri "Pocha Korean Night Market 2012" menu

Mongolian:

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1) buuz (steamed beef or lamb dumplings)
2) huushuur (fried meat pies)

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