Welcome to this week’s edition of Eye on East Asia’s Tasty Links! Here are some more mouth-watering blog posts for you to feast on.
- Aeri’s Kitchen - Aeri shares her recipe for seafood soybean pasta guk (해물 된장국)
- Appetite For China - Diana shares her recipe for stir-fried tomatoes and eggs.
- Easy Korean Food - Luna’s take on a classic Korean dish, chapsal bulgogi (찹쌀불고기).
- Fili’s World - Fili seeks out some Korean street food at Seoul’s Namdaemun Market (남대문 시장).
- Haikugirl’s Japan - Ali tries out Reiko Hashimoto’s recipe for broccoli with miso and sesame sauce.
- I’ll Make it Myself - The author talks about her obsession with sweet potatoes and shares a delicious and easy-to-follow recipe for oven-roasted vegetables.
- Japanese Cuisine - Yukari shares her recipe for simmered squid and daikon (いか大根の煮物).
- Life on Nanchang Lu - Fiona talks about Shanghai’s popular sesame breakfast pastries.
- Lily’s Wai Sek Hong - Lily tries her hand at making home-made udon noodles.
- Messy Witchen - Che-cheh prepares a delicious dish of fried tofu, minced pork and mushrooms.
- My Asian Kitchen - The author serves up some braised tofu with enoki mushrooms, shrimp and chicken.
- Out to Lunch - Carolyn shows readers how to prepare squid with minimal fuss.
- Shizuoka Gourmet - Dragonlife explains how to make your own soba noodles.
- Smoky Wok - Jenny makes a popular Chinese delicacy, stir-fried Chinese leeks with waxed duck.
- You’re Not From Around Here, Are You? - Steve talks about the unusual foods he’s eaten around the world.
- YoWangdu - Lobsang finds out how chef Tsering Tamding makes sepen, traditional Tibetan hot sauce.
That’s all for this week. More delicious recipes and food tips will be served on Wednesday 28th March 2012.