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Fusion Taste Team Challenge: Malaysia

By | October 25, 2011

This week we’re visiting Malaysia and using Malaysian Chilli Coconut sauce.  Last time around I cooked Ayam Percik, which was chicken marinated overnight in the sauce.  This time I’ve cooked stir-fry beef with cucumber, served with noodles. Ingredients: 350g steak, cut against the grain into 1/4-inch-thick slices 2 cloves garlic, minced 1/2 medium onion, thinly […]

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Fusion Taste Team Challenge 2: Thailand

By | October 12, 2011

Last week’s country, as chosen by Worldfoods, was Thailand.  I’m a little late doing this one as we were off work last week and meals were a bit hit-and-miss but this was definitely worth the wait! I chose to do a prawn Pad Thai, the national dish of Thailand.  It was very similar to the […]

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All New Fusion Taste Team Challenge 1: China

By | September 27, 2011

This time around, the Fusion Taste Team challenges are based on countries rather than cuisines and the first one is China. The sauce we’ll be using this week is Chinese ginger, garlic and chilli – the three items that are known as the holy trinity of chinese cooking. Last time I used this sauce I […]

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Ginger, Chilli & Garlic Prawns: Fusion Taste Team challenge #6

By | July 6, 2011

The final challenge for the Fusion Taste Team involved WorldFoods Ginger, Chilli and Garlic sauce.  These three ingredients are all regarded as having great health benefits in Asian countries and the sauce works well with seafood, chicken or vegetables. I chose to cook it with prawns and served it with egg noodles, tossed in light […]

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Satay: Fusion Taste Team challenge #5

By | June 16, 2011

The next challenge for the Fusion Taste team was Satay.  I always believed that satay was the peanut sauce but apparently satay actually refers to skewered meat, fish or tofu served with spicy seasonings and sauce. This recipe used the Worldfoods Turmeric Lemongrass marinade.  Simply marinade the meat you want to use for at least […]

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