13 Healthy, Asian-Inspired Recipes (Inspired by Stephen Curry’s Travels in Asia)

 

Japanese Curry 4 Ways!!

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Gordon Ramsay Cooks Indian Street Food For Locals | Gordon’s Great Escape

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THAI FOOD MUKBANG 먹방 (Pad Thai, Yellow Curry & Sweet Potato, Pineapple Shrimp Fried Rice, Thai Tea)

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A Tour Of Delicious Asian-Inspired Dinner Recipes

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We’ll get you started with this collection of Asian-inspired recipes that are short on calories but big on flavor. The only arithmetic you’ll be responsible for is subtracting pounds. From wonton soup and lettuce wraps and more, skip the take-out and make one of these 40+ healthy Asian-inspired recipes at home for dinner tonight! Cooking with Asian ingredients is not only good for the waistline but it makes for healthy eating. View Recipe: Thai Green Curry Mussels Shellfish deserve a more prominent place at the weeknight dinner table, as they cook in a flash―five minutes in this recipe―and are so very tasty.

Here, curry paste, fish sauce, coconut milk, and clam juice create an explosion of spice and briny flavor. Spice up your meals with exotic curry dishes and vegetable-packed Asian-style creations. Whether you’re after a lightly spiced chicken curry or fresh Asian flavours Healthy Food Guide has hundreds of healthy recipes for you to choose from.

Find healthy, delicious Asian recipes including Asian soup, dumpling, rice and noodle recipes. Healthier Recipes, from the food and nutrition experts at EatingWell. One bite of this healthy stir-fry recipe and you’ll start thinking about what else you can stir miso butter into.

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Fresh ginger, balsamic vinegar, soy sauce and sesame oil provide a nice blend of flavors in this Asian-inspired recipe for fresh sugar snap peas. This quick-to-cook recipe will complement most any entree, including ham, lamb, chicken or fish. Cook the noodles according to package directions. Reserve 1⁄2 cup of the cooking liquid, drain the pasta and return it to the pot.

Meanwhile, heat a large skillet over medium heat. Even better than pancakes and bacon. “It’s a street food, a breakfast, a staple. It’s sort of like Pho, but is traditionally served in Hainan, China. Veggie Thai Curry Soup.

My go-to Thai restaurant inspired this curry soup. Shiitake mushrooms are my favorite, but any fresh mushroom will work. Fresh basil and lime add a burst of bright flavors. —Tre Balchowsky, Sausalito, California.

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Ingredients: Curry: Incl. tofu, pears, hazelnuts, raisins, tamari, lemon juice, wheat flour, and salt.

“History of Soy Sauce (160 CE To 2012)” by William Shurtleff, Akiko Aoyagi
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Beverley Sutherland Smith’s oriental cookbook: healthy, easy recipes from Asia.

“Australian national bibliography: 1961-1971” by National Library of Australia
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Now add the bay leaves, cinnamon, cloves, curry leaves, cardamom, masala powder and salt.

“Ayurvedic Cooking for Self-healing” by Usha Lad, Vasant Lad
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The cookbook includes dishes containing Asian, South American, African, and European flavors, along with varied ingredients such as piripiri pepper, coconut milk, cilantro, manioc root, bananas, and dried fish.

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The following recipes were shared by Chinese herbalist Andy Ellis, himself the father of three.

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The curries to be found in British recipe books are all variations on this template.

“Curry: A Tale of Cooks and Conquerors” by Lizzie Collingham
from Curry: A Tale of Cooks and Conquerors
by Lizzie Collingham
Oxford University Press, 2006

To gain a more detailed perspective on proportions of fruits, nuts, and spices relative to the lamb, rice, and onion base, I have relied on Najmieh Batmanglij’s Persian version in her fine book, Silk Road Cooking: A Vegetarian Journey.

“Cumin, Camels, and Caravans: A Spice Odyssey” by Gary Paul Nabhan
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by Gary Paul Nabhan
University of California Press, 2014

The recipes in this book are the ones I remember the most as a Cantonese.

“The Little Cantonese Cookbook” by Deborah Lowe Kwok Yun, Marshall Cavendish International (Asia) Pte Ltd
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by Deborah Lowe Kwok Yun, Marshall Cavendish International (Asia) Pte Ltd
Marshall Cavendish Cuisine, 2015

These include cardamom, fennel, ginger, peppermint, orange peel, bay leaves and most cooking spices.

“Ayurvedic Healing: A Comprehensive Guide” by David Frawley
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by David Frawley
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The six tastes are sweet (fruit, grains, honey, sugar), sour (yogurt, lemons, vinegar), salty (olives, soy sauce, sea salt), pungent (ginger, wasabi, spicy foods, onions, radishes), bitter (dark green leafy vegetables and eggplant), and astringent (lentils, most beans, pomegranate, aloe vera juice).

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  • Bruh I live in Sri Lanka and it’s so annoying when our people just STARE at foreign people or people who are doing something new…like geez we are all humans��

  • when theres more variety of cooking styles, seasonings, cuts of meat used etc in one tasty video than all other tasty videos combined lol

  • watching hells kitchen. the season with ashley fake tits. i can say. ive not seen ONE mexican dish that was labeled mexican. and there was plenty. try mexico

  • The FUCK is wrong with you discarding the core of a pineapple? HAVE YALL NEVER FUCKING SAT AND ATE THAT SHIT ITS THE SWEETEST PART OF THE FUCKIN FRUIT

  • Why they put the pineapple chicken in the pineapple core…
    Don’t they have a bowl…or they don’t want to wash the cutlery so they they used this idea����

  • You should try spraying some oil on your pan before making the pancakes! Chinese food is full of good vegan options, from 麻辣鲜国 to 地三鲜

  • hello miss glad you are fine you are too beautiful I love your videos pay attention to you i love you so much and it made me hungry ����������������

  • What did you mean by Asian Food? Asia is not just one country. It’s the largest continent in the world. Bangladesh, India, Pakistan, Sri-lanka, China and much more countries includes in Asia. You can’t just declare Chinese people as Asian. Or another. You people just keep doing one particular dish and calling it asian. Even in India there are thousands kind of traditional food. So next time use your big brain first. Idiots!

  • ☕��Blueberry pancakes sound great. Add the four, lil milk, water and butter the pan, and or with veggie oil. Low heat helps. Have fun.��

  • This is my first letdown from you Seonkyoung:( WTH? S&B curry??? Why couldn’t you make it from from scratch?

    I have been looking for YEARS for the Curry House Curry recipe. You showed the picture of the store and I damn near did a backflip… I went on and on to my husband “OMG OMG OMG, I found it!!! see, I told you I like this girl… she’s the best”… and then you went and busted out the S&B?? Groans loudly. I’m so disappointed I want to cry

  • The pineapple rice reminds me a lot of something my mom used to make. It was normal fried rice with a lot of vegetables and meat and she used pineapple pieces in it too! It brings back memories.

  • If I would see Gordon selling food on the street, I would run and hug him and don’t give a damn abt the food coz I know it’ll be amazing anyways.

  • I disslike it when people connect “asians” to (Chinese-korean-japneese-ext) like there is more to it like middle eastern (Saudi-kwiti-yamane-qatri)

  • This is my first letdown from you Seonkyoung:( WTH? S&B curry??? Why couldn’t you make it from from scratch?

    I have been looking for YEARS for the Curry House Curry recipe. You showed the picture of the store and I damn near did a backflip… I went on and on to my husband “OMG OMG OMG, I found it!!! see, I told you I like this girl… she’s the best”… and then you went and busted out the S&B?? Groans loudly. I’m so disappointed I want to cry

  • I love your husband. No I’m good, just leave me to my favorite kind… Oh wait video I mean yes, I would love to try yours. The love between you two shows.

  • I knew she was gonna be legit the moment she looked away from the chopping board and straight into my retina, she ain’t here to mess around ��

  • What type of food do you want to see me eat in a future Mukbang? Please comment on this pinned comment and I will choose one of the suggestions! Please be specific with your request. Thank you!������

  • Here’s some MATH: China has over a BILLION people. Let’s say half the population (500 million YOUNG people) buy Curry’s jersey. Curry’s jersey costs $100. 500 million people x $100 is 5 BILLION DOLLARS.

    Let’s say Curry gets 20% of jersey sales. 20% of 5 billion dollars is 1 BILLION DOLLARS. PLUS his $200 million NBA contract….PLUS his UA contract. Curry is set for life.

  • I wish it was a refular indian, with your recipe and see if he would have sold out, maybe tou sold out because you are white and you are chef Ramsey

  • That looks deliciousI am a good cook, but have been hesitant to use my purchased Japanese curry… but I will do it today! Thanks for the inspiration…

    (Probably will do it with sous vide chicken katsu)

  • Tasty food is a gift of God, the greatest, free gift is heaven to those who believe God Jesus died n arose on the 3rd day. C Living bread in Google…

  • the problem with your pancakes is the pan, not the batter.:)
    a pan like that will never make a good pancakes (or chinese dishes like 饼) because there’s too much surface area for the liquid batter/dough to hydrogen bond with before it solidifies, so the dish will always stick. you could: 1) scrape (grind?) the stuck-on material off and get a very smooth surface again (lol, probably “ruin” your pan too..although frankly that pan sucks, more later); 2) put a ton of oil in and essentially fry it; 3) GET A PROPER PAN! 😉 to cook foods like that a steel or well-seasoned iron griddle/pan is by far best. not sure what that pan would be best for. maybe serving as a warning against those pans? xD
    peace

  • This man is a GLOBAL MEGA STAR. When ASIA loves u…then u are sho’ nuff GLOBAL. Curry has the #1 selling NBA jersey in the world. He is gonna STAY PAID…fa life. GO HEAD, CURRY!!

  • Thanks for this recipe! I made it, and it came out delicious! I added potatoes and carrots. I think one thing I underestimated was how long it takes for the onions to caramelize �� But it was so worth it!! The first time I got too impatient and didn’t let it caramelize and just added the soup, but the second time I let it caramelize and boy does it make a difference!! Thank you for this recipe it’s delicious and I will make it in future!!!

  • Lots of love to Indian ppl and the beautiful culture you have. I do hope in the future the poverty will disappear because it s too sad to know so many nice people are living hard.

  • I don’t think it’s a good idea to use the marinade that came into contact with raw chicken, even if you cook it down you still run some risks. Still, good recipes

  • I cooked this today…. it was sooooooo tasty oh my lord haha. I made it with udon noodles and chicken breast, so yummy. Thanks for showing the recipe otherwise i would have never made it xd.

  • 3:05 what the hell, WRONG FRIKIN SUBTITLES!!!!!!!! he says If Everyone says “if its good Imma Vibin to that And Tell chef its good too”
    , how the hell he translates that into
    “lets see how he does today”

  • i think its cute the way u guys eat the food afterwards and swap plates, awesome keep it up all ur videos should contain after ur cooking, eating with ur partner afterwards

  • 0:44 Excellent way to keep cool.. 1:02 Chopping cheese with a cleaver? How many fish n chip shops or English cafe’s serving traditional fry ups are there in the East I wonder? 3:00 For a split second or two there I thought that was a very young reincarnated Freddie Mercury.. Do they actually ever eat the food they serve in restaurants in UK for example? Eating with their hands do they know something we don’t in the West?

  • I made the curry udon with S&B. I searched for the Vermont but it wasn’t in my local Asian Market. I put the katsu on top. Honestly the curry had a better flavor the next day. I want to compare the two brands to see which one I like best. Thank you again for sharing your recipes

  • I always come back to this video whenever I’m craving curry. CoCo Curry recently opened a branch in London, UK and I visited it about a month ago I had tofu and okra omelette curry and it was delicious. Thank you for always sharing fun, tasty recipes that anyone can make.

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  • Why do people discard the core? Iys edible and doesnt tastes bad. Its like the flesh just a little less loose. I actually prefer the core. Its such a waste.
    And it killed me a little to call it bad bits. That just promotes food wastage

  • Hi paromita here, last two days I ventured few vegetarian dishes. My family appreciated. My dream is to learn authentic dishes from Gordon Sir

  • Wish I could eat as healthy as you do! I have never seen anyone eat chips with chop sticks. I need to eat them faster than that. Oh I saw the Pink lady apples stocked up this time………������

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    Guys. Click the link. I know it’s a little fishy but you will be helping a human being a lot (me). Thank you so much!

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  • WHAT’S WRONG WITH ME. I’ve been obsessed with food all day and am now watching videos on delicious Japanese curry at midnight. Am I freaking pregnant or something

  • YAY! Finally new video is up guys!! Thumbs up if you’re excited!!! Get there written recipe here! -> http://seonkyounglongest.com/japanese-curry-4ways

  • Lebitch have a fan based like that??? Looks like the whole China and Seoul loves Steph or should i say the whole Asia loves Stephen Curry ������

  • Stephen Curry is such a humble guy, I wish I can meet him one day. This documentary was really nice to watch and it was cool to see a side of Curry that not many see.

  • I’ve always wanted to able to make kareraisu with only some of the foods I want in the roux and on top of the dish, especially fruits, vegetables, and some lean meats.

  • When Gordon Ramsey call Sagar as Saggot, That Sagar should have
    Converted Gordon Ramsey To Some Bengali Name as Govardhan Roy ���� �� I wonder Why he didn’t avenge?

  • Seonkyoung: Wanna try the noodles?
    Jacob (I think that’s how you spell it): No, I’m good.
    S: Death stare
    J: I meanof course I’ll try it.

  • Dice the onions so they melt into the curry. If you’re using instant roux, use your favorite + Dinner Curry flakes. Simmer in coconut milk and cardamom and you have a rich French-gravy level curry instead of the instant stuff everyone knows. Your favorite chutney if you like some sweetness like Vermont Curry. I personally swear by deglazing red wine in the pan after onions, searing meat and putting it back in the sauce. Some people like coffee grounds to darken and thicken

    Point is…..

    All of the Japanese x dishes are just remixes from locals doing their best at the time. So try, try try, try and try again to make it your best instead of four okay styles of it. Promise it’ll be worth it!

  • idk if im right or wrong,if the whole money he got from his store donated to the nearby store who was selling rice it would be a great gesture to watch.

  • Absolutely he is a best chef because nobody can’t caught the culture of a country at first time as a outsider, so he did this, absolutely he has great cooking sense

  • Assamese people and Bengali people of Bangladesh and Kolkata speak a similar language the only difference is that assamese do have the same alphabets but in assamese alphabet they have a other letters in their alphabet.

  • Har tarah ke mamalat ke liye chahe woh shadi ho, aulad ka na hona, job, business, in sab ke liye link par click kijeye aur muft faiz hasil kijeye..
    https://www.youtube.com/user.SufiGuidanceChannel

  • hanla nakakahiya ang mga taga India di nyo ba kilala yan si GORDON RAMSAY hanla siat na cheft yan susko india nakakahiya kau grabehh ha ha ha ha.:)

  • Not gonna lie..the Tonkatsu curry tickles my fancy..I make Tonkatsu at LEAST 1 a week..my problem is that I can only get Curry powder and not the blocks where I live.

  • this woman givin me anxiety not looking at her hands and addressing us directly while chopping onions at an ALARMING rate. I love you Seonkyoung <3 I wish you were my mom so I could eat your food everyday. (don't worry i still love my mom)

  • Wow, not only were you very clear and easy to follow, you linked to other videos for toppings, very informative, much better than others I’ve been trying to learn from, surprised YouTube took so long to recommend this channel to me.

  • I’m never making any of these cuz “ I am LAZzzY” but I thought the song was pretty chill AF! Anyone know the name??-asking for a friend…

  • lol, you are the least chinese chinese girl i’ve ever seen! it’s extremely cute watching you cook with that western cleaver and how you cooked the peppers. xD isn’t there a chinese grocery store near you?:)
    peace

  • Y don’t you create new recipes instead of Taking your premaded recipies and combining it

    I have seen this Butter Chicken everywhere

    Whenever You Include Indian You Only Add This Butter Chicken Recipe And Now I Am Fed Up Of This Sh*t

    Plzz Understand me….

  • It is not difficult to make a curry base but like many people who don’t cook much pre-made sauces are used that’s the case in Japan.

  • I tried this! It is SO amazing! Thank you for sharing! I tried with the pork cutlet and karaage! My boyfriend and I love it! I even got fancy with the poached egg! Now I crave it all of the time! It is my favorite! Can’t wait to try the Shabu Shabu with it (found it at a Korean market)! The vegetable one is a little too healthy…I might not try that one, I am too fat for that haha