SOUTHEASTERN ASIAN RECIPES

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Asian-Inspired Dishes:


 


 

Burmese:

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1) baya kyaw (deep fried yellow split pea fritter)
2) si byan (fish curry)

Filipino:

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1) arroz caldo (Filipino congee)
2) beef pares (braised beef)
3) bibingka cassava (a cassava and coconut milk custard)
4) carioca (a deep fried sweet coconut ball)
5) caldereta (beef stew)
6) embutido (meat loaf)
7) lechon manok (roasted chicken)
8) lumpia (a deep fried spring roll)
9) pancit bihon (fried rice noodle "sticks")
10) sans rival cake (a cake with multiple layers)
11) sisig (sizzling pork)
12) suman (sweet glutinous rice, coconut milk, wrapped in a banana leaf)
13) tapsilog (dried beef, fried rice, and egg)
14) tokneneng (deep fried chicken eggs)
15) tortang talong (eggplant omelet or fritter)
16) turon (lumpia filled with bananas and other fruit)
17) yema (a custard candy made from egg yolks and milk)

Indonesian:

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1) bola bola ubi (fried sweet potato balls)
2) daging demur (Dutch influenced beef stew)
3) gado gado (Indonesian salad)
4) gemblong (deep fried glutinous rice and coconut cakes with caramel)
5) kue (a layered cake)
6) nasi goreng (fried rice, often served with a fried egg)
7) pisang goreng (deep fried bananas)
8) rendang (Indonesian version, typically beef or chicken)
9) saksang (spicy beef and coconut)

Malaysian: (thanks to Delvinia P for suggesting many of these dishes)

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To see recipes from the owner of "Bentara" visit the YaleCooks "Yale Community Recipes" page.

1) air mata kucing (an iced drink made with dried longan fruit and rock sugar)
2) asam pedas (fish and seafood in tamarind sauce with vegetables)
3) ayam percik (spicy grilled chicken)
4) ayam penyet (smashed fried chicken) (from the Yale ISO "Food Night 2012" menu)
5) bak kut teh klang (similar to the Singapore version, but with a darker and more aromatic broth)
6) cekodok pisang (mashed banana fritters)
7) curry mussels (with coconut milk)
8) cucur udang (fried shrimp fritters)
9) cucur bawang (fried onion fritters)
10) goreng kang kong (stir fried water spinach; not watercress)
11) goreng kicap (a salty and sweet soy sauce stir fry)
12) goreng taugeh (stir fried bean sprouts with other vegetables)
13) Hainanese-style chicken (similar to Chinese "poached" chicken with rice)
14) Hokkien char mee (dark fried noodles)
15) ikan goreng pedas (spicy fried fish)
16) ikan percik (grilled fish with a coconut lemongrass sauce)
17) kari ayam (chicken curry)
18) kerisik (toasted shredded coconut)
19) kerutuk (a spicy dish with gravy; ayam-chicken or daging-beef)
20) ketupat (compressed rice cakes)
21) kway teow char penang ()
22) kuey teow goreng (fried flat rice noodles)

23) kuih tat (pineapple tarts, open) (this was prepared for a New Haven potluck dinner; 2013-02-07)


 

24) laksa, asam (fish-seafood soup, sour due to tamarind)
25) laksa, curry (fish-seafood soup, curry-based)
26) laksa, penang (mackerel-based soup)
27) mee bandung (saucy noodles with beef, seafod, and vegetables)
28) mee goreng (fried noodles)
29) mee hailam, hailam noodles (chicken and seafood with noodles)
30) mee hoon goreng (fried vermicelli noodles)
31) mee kari (coconut curry noodles)
32) mee istimewa (noodle soup)
33) mee rebus (literally "boiled noodles"; with boiled egg and a sauce)
34) nasi goreng kampung (country-style village rice)
35) nasi lemak (coconut rice) (from the Yale ISO "Food Night 2012" menu)
36) nyonya kapitan (curry chicken)
37) otak otak (ground fish seasoned with red curry paste and coconut milk)
38) onde onde (sweet glutinous rice balls covered with coconut and filled)

39) pineapple tarts, closed (this was prepared for a New Haven potluck dinner; 2012-11-21)


 

40) pineapple tarts, open (this was prepared for a New Haven potluck dinner; 2013-02-07)
41) popia udang (spring rolls)
42) rendang (beef seasoned with spices and coconut milk, plus jasmine rice) (from the ISO "Food Night 2012" menu)
43) rendang daging (beef rendang)
44) rendang tok perak (beef seasoned with spices and coconut milk)
45) rojak (salad with cucumber jicama, bean curd with hae ko prawn sauce)
46) roti canai ()
47) roti murtabak ()
48) roti telur ()
49) sago gula melaka (tapioca pearls with a sweet palm sugar syrup)
__) satay (meat, grilled, typically on wooden skewers)
50) shaved ice, with cendol (a dessert)
51) shaved ice, ice kacang (a dessert)
52) sotong goreng pedas (a squid dish)
53) tahu sumbat (stuffed tofu)
54) tom yum (shrimp curry noodle soup)
55) sweet potato balls (a deep fried street food)
56) teh tarik (a sweet "pulled" milk tea)
57) udang goreng pedas (shrimp with tamarind sauce)

Peranakan: (thanks to Delvinia P for suggesting most of these dishes)

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1) ayam buah keluak (chicken cooked with various spices and black keluak nuts)
2) laksa, asam (tamarind flavored noodle soup, typicaly served with shrimp)
3) laksa, curry (spicy noodle soup, typicaly served with shrimp)

Singapore: (thanks to Delvinia P for suggesting most of these dishes)

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1) bak kut teh (pork rib soup)
2) bo bo cha cha / aka burbur cha cha (a coconut milk dessert soup) (from the Yale ISO "Food Night 2012" menu)
3) chai tow kway (fried daikon "white carrot" cake)
4) char kway teow (flat rice noodles fried with chinese sausage & fish cake)
5) chwee kueh (steamed rice cakes topped with radish-turnip)
6) fish head curry
7) hokkien hae mee (fried noodles with prawns)
8) kaya toast (coconut jam served with toast)
9) kueh chap (rice noodles served in herbal soup; typically served with pork intestines and herbal boiled eggs)
10) klepon (sweet coconut rice balls)
11) mee pok (yellow noodles served with fish balls or minced meat)
12) nasi lemak (coconut rice) (from the Yale ISO "Food Night 2012" menu)
13) rojak (salad with cucumber jicama, and bean curd)
14) sambal stingray (barbequed stingray served with spicy sambal chilli sauce)

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

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

The eight most common curry pastes (including khiao wan-green, massaman, panang, ped-red, som-sour, and kari-yellow) used in Thai food are described on the "Asian Spice Pastes & Powders" page.

1) choo chee pla (fish cooked in a red curry sauce)
2) kai toon (steamed savory egg custard)
3) khao nieow ma muang (Thai mango and sticky rice)
4) laab (a "salad" made with ground meat, roasted rice powder, shallots, chiles, lime, and herbs)

5) pad ga prao (stir fried minced pork-chicken-squid with basil) (this was prepared for a New Haven potluck dinner; 2012-12-12)

 

6) pad kee mao (spicy wide rice noodles, "drunken noodles")
7) pad prik khing (stir fried meat, green beans, etc. typically in a red curry sauce)
8) pad see ew (a Thai version of the Chinese chow fun rice noodle dish) (from the Yale ISO "Food Night 2012" menu)
9) pad thai (this recipe was the workshop theme for a New York City potluck dinner; 2013-02-23)
10) pad woon sen (stir fried bean thread noodles)

11) kaeng ped gai (red curry chicken) (this was prepared for a New Haven potluck dinner; 2013-01-09)


 

12) kaeng phanaeng neua (beef made with panang curry)

13) kaeng phanaeng vegetables (panang curry vegetables) (this was prepared for a New Haven potluck dinner; 2013-01-16)

 

14) khanom khai nok krata (deep fried sweet potato balls)
15) panang curry (also made using chicken or shrimp)
16) rad na (fried wide rice noodles, Chinese broccoli, and gravy)
17) rangoon (a deep fried or baked wonton with a crab-shrimp and cream cheese filling)
18) som tam (a "pounded" salad made with green papaya, green beans, tomatoes, peanuts, dried shrimp, seasoned with fish sauce, lime juice, chiles, and sugar)
19) thai iced tea ()
20) tom kha kai (chicken soup seasoned with coconut milk and lemongrass)
21) tom yum (a hot and sour soup, made with shrimp)
22) yam pla duk fu (a "mixed" salad made with green mango and served with fried fish )

Vietnamese:

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

Every year the Vietnamese Students Association (ViSA) hosts a very successful all-you-can eat "Yale Pho Night" fundraiser.

1) banh khoai mi (cassava-manioc-yucca and coconut cake)
2) banh mi (Vietnamese sandwich)
3) banh tieu (sesame seed donuts)
4) banh trang (rice paper wrappers used to make goi cuon)
5) banh ran (deep fried glutinous rice flour balls covered with sesame seeds)
6) bo kho (beef stew)
7) bo xao xa ot (lemongrass beef)
8) bun thit nuong (grilled pork with noodles)
9) ca kho to (braised fish)
10) ca phe sua nong (Vietnamese coffee)
11) cha gio (Vietnamese spring rolls)
12) chuoi chien (deep fried bananas, often served with ice cream) (from the Yale ViSA "Pho Night 2012" menu)
13) com ga hai nam (Hainanese chicken; similar to Chinese "poached" chicken)
14) goi chay (vegetarian salad)
15) goi cuon (summer rolls) (from the Yale ISO "Food Night 2012" menu)
16) pho bo (a rice noodle soup with thinly sliced beef) (from the Yale ViSA "Pho Night 2012" menu)
17) pho ga (a rice noodle soup with thinly sliced chicken)
18) tau hu fa (soybean custard with ginger and coconut syrup)

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