Menu Ideas

9 Takeout Classics, Done at Home

By • December 7, 2011 • 4 Comments

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In the mood for something exotic? Want those punches of garlic, spice and heat? 

Put down the phone. You can do it yourself. Here are 9 classic takeout dishes -- Thai, Indian, Vietnamese, and everything in between -- that are easy to make at home, and much better for it. Now, whip out your fancy china. No cartons allowed.

Asian Garlic Green Beans by mtlabor


Asian Garlic String Beans

 

Vietnamese Style Shu Mai by yuko

Shu Mai


World's Easiest Falafel and Tzatziki by marisab67

Falafel

 

Gong Bao Ji Ding (Gong Bao Chicken) by FrancesRenHuang

Gong Bao

 

Shrimp Pad Thai by mtlabor

Shrimp Pad Thai

 

Caramelized Pork Bánh Mì by monkeymom

Banh Mi

 

Purnima Garg's Eggplant and Tomato Curry by luvcookbooks

Tomato Curry

 

Asian Fried Chicken with Honey Ginger Sauce by thirschfeld

Asian Fried Chicken

 

Tomato Rice (Tamatar Biryani) by pauljoseph

Tomato Rice

 

 

 

 

Comments (4)

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Wwrake_lrcrpd

over 2 years ago fuhsi

Now, THIS is one of the reasons to stay tuned! Thank you for posting and sharing.

Wwrake_lrcrpd

over 2 years ago fuhsi

Now, THIS is one of the reasons to stay tuned! Thank you for posting and sharing.

L1010826

over 2 years ago katylua

I was hoping to find recipes for pho and udon noodle soup on this list. I found several pho recipes in a search and will begin to test them in the coming weeks. Didn't find find anything that would help me in my quest to recreate the broth used at my favorite Japanese restaurant to create their tempora udon or mushroom udon soups. I MUST figure this out before I die.

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over 2 years ago Panfusine

Merrills Saag Paneer would have been perfect to add to this list!