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21 Wonderful Recipes to Celebrate the Diversity of AAPI Cuisine

From mochi banana bread to pancit bihon with pork, each and every one of these dishes tells a unique and spectacular story.

21 Wonderful Recipes to Celebrate the Diversity of AAPI Cuisine

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    Gomtang (Beef Bone Soup)

    Gomtang (Beef Bone Soup)

    Food52 - Caroline Shin

    Author Notes My mom learned to make gomtang from her mother, who was taught by her mother. It is a recipe that embodies generations of love and decades of nurture, which fed sick, feverish children and...

    Crispy Tofu Katsu

    Crispy Tofu Katsu

    Food52 - WoonHeng Chia

    Author Notes This tofu katsu recipe will change the way you eat tofu. In Japanese, katsu translates to "cutlet." The most popular katsu options are pork (tonkatsu) or chicken, but tofu is an excellent...

    Fried Chicken Larb From Pepper Teigen

    Fried Chicken Larb From Pepper Teigen

    Food52

    Author Notes Reprinted from The Pepper Thai Cookbook. Copyright © 2021 by Vilailuck Teigen with Garrett Snyder. Photographs copyright © 2021 by Jenny Huang. Published by Clarkson Potter, an imprint of...

    Injeolmi Toast

    Injeolmi Toast

    Food52 - Justine Lee

    Author Notes I was first introduced to injeolmi toast by my oldest cousin during a summer spent abroad in Seoul. We were strolling outside on one of the city’s notoriously hot days when she led us to popular...

    Mochi Banana Bread

    Mochi Banana Bread

    Food52 - Joy Cho

    Author Notes What happens to classic banana bread when you swap in sweet rice flour? The result is neither wholly mochi nor traditional banana bread—it’s a lovely in-between, decidedly familiar with a...

    Lumpia Shanghai

    Lumpia Shanghai

    Food52 - Amelia Rampe

    Author Notes Lumpia is a Filipino-style spring roll filled with beef, pork, and vegetables rolled in a thin crepe wrapper. You can find these wrappers at specialty Filipino stores; they are thinner than...

    Gyeranjjim With Spam

    Gyeranjjim With Spam

    Food52 - Catherine Yoo

    Author Notes Spam is a childhood staple in any Asian household—whether you like it or not. Although my family was relatively healthy, Spam was the one thing that we would make an exception for. Whenever...

    Har Gow From Nom Wah

    Har Gow From Nom Wah

    Food52

    Author Notes Pretty much everyone who walks through the door at Nom Wah orders the har gow—the shrimp dumplings. They’re like the pastrami sandwich at Katz’s. Shrimp dumplings are the quintessential measure...

    Instant Pot Soto Ayam

    Instant Pot Soto Ayam

    Food52 - Pat Tanumihardja

    Author Notes Everyone has their favorite comfort foods—it may be pop pop’s mac and cheese, bubbe’s kugel, or lola’s lumpiah. But it’s always a dish that transports you to a carefree time in your life you...

    Mushi-Gyoza (Steamed Gyoza)

    Mushi-Gyoza (Steamed Gyoza)

    Food52 - ourlastsupper

    Author Notes This was my favorite food growing up. My mom learned to make these in Taiwan where they were called shu mai. When we moved to Hawaii they became gyoza and took on a new shape. I usually make...

    Uyghur Lamb Rice Pilaf

    Uyghur Lamb Rice Pilaf

    Food52 - Clara Wang

    Author Notes When my Han Chinese parents were growing up in Xinjiang, the inclusive, diverse spirit of the Silk Road was still alive. The Silk Road was a trade route that brought silk, fur, spices, and...

    Mochiko Chicken

    Mochiko Chicken

    Food52 - Alana Kysar

    Author Notes There's nothing quite like fried chicken. It's crispy on the outside, juicy on the inside, and, when done right, packed with flavor. I think it's safe to say that most places have their own...

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