Lila Shusilawati

Lila Shusilawati

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Asam Prawn (Tamarind Prawn)

Absolutely delicious Nyonya Asam prawns (Tamarind prawns) - bold and tart tamarind flavours accentuating the sweet delicate flavour of the prawns.

This deeply flavored, spicy Korean sauce gets its name from ssam, meaning “wrapped,” and jang, meaning “sauce.” It’s often served with grilled dishes, including kalbi (barbecued short ribs) and dak gogi (barbecued chicken), which are eaten wrapped in lettuce with rice and this sauce. Once you start eating it, it’s hard to stop.

30 Barbecue Sauces, Dips & Relishes For Summer Grilling

These Sweet and Spicy Korean Meatballs will change your life. They're made with lean beef, flavored with garlic and Sriracha sauce, baked without the hassle of frying and glazed with a spicy apricot glaze.

These Sweet and Spicy Korean Meatballs will change your life. They're made with lean beef, flavored with garlic and Sriracha sauce, baked without the hassle of frying and glazed with a spicy apricot glaze. - cut back the sriracha!

Baked Korean Chicken Wings Recipe - Chicken Wings are always a favorite appetizer, snack, or even an entree! These sweet and spicy baked Korean chicken wings will quickly become a favorite for all of your gatherings! // addapinch.com

Baked Korean Chicken Wings Recipe - Chicken Wings are always a favorite appetizer, snack, or even an entree! These sweet and spicy baked Korean chicken wings will quickly become a favorite for all of your gatherings!

Slow Cooker Korean Beef with just 10 minutes of prep makes the easiest weeknight meal with so much flavor from the garlic, ginger and sesame oil.

Slow Cooker Korean Beef with just 10 minutes of prep makes the easiest weeknight meal with so much flavor from the garlic, ginger and sesame oil. Uses chuck roast

When I came across this crispy pan fried ddeokbokki (spicy rice cake) recipe, I was immediately sold. I was so attracted to the color of this dish (like a moth to light), I knew I had to make it. To be honest, I wasn’t too hopeful on the taste. Normally, the ddeokbokki I know is served in a pool of spicy sweet chilli sauce and even though the sauce is slurpingly-good, the rice cake usually left me with little to desire.

When I came across this crispy pan fried ddeokbokki (spicy rice cake) recipe, I was immediately sold. I was so attracted to the color of this dish (like a moth to light), I knew I had to make it. To b(Korean Food Recipes)