|Here is panang curry made with shrimp courtesy of Off the Broiler.|
Try panang curry. It's easy versatile and delicious. I love this curry paste which is only $1.09 per can! See my recipe below.
When you get tired of rice, try noodles! There are more types of noodles than you could ever dream of.
|Noodles for as far as the eye can see.|
|...and more on the other side|
Jasmine tea comes with this sweet little can and look at the price!
If you live in my neck of the woods you can visit 1st Asian Market at 7372 Lake Worth Road, Lake Worth, Florida 33467. Manager Anthony To also wants you to know that Asian 1st Market is you spot for Boba, or bubble tea. Apparently it's a refreshing delicacy found in many Asian countries and cities with large Asian populations throughout the world, their Starbuck's, if you will. Here's what our friends at Wiki have to say:
"Bubble tea or foam tea, is a sweetly flavored tea beverage invented inTaiwan. Drink recipes may vary, but most bubble teas contain a tea base mixed with fruit (or fruit syrup) and/or milk. Ice blended versions of the drink are also available, usually in fruit flavors. Bubble teas usually contain small tapioca balls or pearls called "boba". If you're intrigued and would like to know more, click here.
1st Asian can also take care of your sushi catering needs. How about a sushi birthday cake?
|You can get a cake built out of sushi.|
|Anthony made me this boba tea with honey dew!|
Just watch out for those
GLO'S EASY PANANG CURRY
Take one can of Panang curry paste, one can of coconut milk (Mae Ploy is the best but very fattening), an assortment of your fave veggies and about a pound of any type of meat or fish if desired.
In your wok or skillet gently stir fry desired veggies (you know which ones take longer to cook) and meat if desired. I like to add a little seasoning to taste but remember the Panang curry is going to provide lots of flavor. While that's going on heat about a tablespoon of vegetable oil in a sauce pan and stir in one can of Panang curry paste, turn heat down to medium-low and slowly add about a third of a can of coconut milk. Make sure you mix the coconut milk up well before adding. The whole object is to retain a nice smooth consistency. Once you've go that done add it to the skillet mixture and slowly add the rest of the coconut milk. Let it all simmer for a few minutes and you're ready to enjoy over jasmine rice or perhaps rice noodles. Garnish with lime and fresh basil and enjoy! If you have any other recipes or suggestions BRING IT BABY :)