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minyca


minyca
 
Home Town: San Dimas, California, USA
Living In: Okemos, Michigan, USA
Member Since: Dec. 2010
Cooking Level: Expert
Cooking Interests: Grilling & BBQ, Stir Frying, Slow Cooking, Asian, Mexican, Indian, Healthy, Kids, Quick & Easy
Hobbies: Scrapbooking, Knitting, Sewing, Needlepoint, Gardening, Hiking/Camping, Boating, Biking, Walking, Reading Books, Wine Tasting
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Feb. 23, 2011 2:58 pm 
Making Anaheim Fish Tacos for my husband. Healthy, and brings back the taste of SoCal. I'm using Mahi Mahi instead if Halibut because it's... well... more available, and a classic for fish tacos. Tomorrow I'll be making these Oat Applesauce Muffins. MORE
 
 
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About this Cook
Having grown up in California, lived in NY and now just moving to Michigan, my cooking is eclectic. I have Dutch parents and a Mexican heritage husband - so it even gets more interesting.
My favorite things to cook
Indonesian food Health recipes
My favorite family cooking traditions
Indonesian food
My cooking triumphs
For a party of visiting family or friends, at times I prepare an Indonesian feast - always a big hit. Another triumph is watching my young daughter cook - she made tamales from scratch all by herself (I was not allowed in the kitchen) at 10! This year, we bought a smoking box, so smoked turkey was an achievement.
My cooking tragedies
I learned I was not a baker at 9 years old when I baked a coconut meringue pie for my mother. It looked absolutely beautiful but it tasted awful because I had substituted one ingredient I did not have. I learned then that cooking allowed me to be more creative and artistic.
Recipe Reviews 4 reviews
Yucatan Potato Salad
I cut the oil down to two tablespoons and used olive oil instead. Instead of powdered mustard I used dijon because I ran out of powdered. I think the powdered would be better.. I used a tablespoon of pickle relish with two cut up pickled jalapenos - yum. The green olives give it that salty kick that is just inspired. Great idea!

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Reviewed On: Jul. 4, 2011
Thai Noodle Salad
Absolutely excellent sauce. I turned out surprisingly well. I am sure the recipe was great as written but did some subs to use what I had on hand and turned out great. Instead of shrimp, I used my microwave pressure cooker on chicken 6 minutes in a teaspoon each of soy sauce, rice wine vinegar and sesame oil and thinly sliced and then cut into bite size lengths. Since I had "Excellent Flour Stick" - a quick boil noodle from the Philipines I picked up in a previous asian market spree - I used that. The "noodle" has coconut oil in complimenting the sauce. I used Mann Broccoli slaw instead of napa cabbage and mini salad multicollar peppers. I also used a teaspoon of sabal oelek instead of a sweet chili sauce and upped the brown sugar to a tablespoon and a half.

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Reviewed On: May 9, 2011
Chicken Satay
I would recommend marinating in a ketsap (not ketchup!) which is a sweet soy sauce found in asian food stores adding only fresh cilantro or chopped green onions and then using the rest of the ingredients separately to make a dipping side peanut sauce. That the satay I grew up with.

2 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Apr. 29, 2011
 
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