Welcome to my blog – Easy Asian Cooking. I grew up in Asia and love Asian cuisine.

To Be honest, it is difficult to find Asian, especially Chinese, food with a sense of “home” feel. It’s nothing like the Chinese take-out around the corner.

So I thought, why not cook it myself? Well, after looking through recipes with tens of steps and ambiguous instructions, I was ready to give up.

But I didn’t quit!

Wouldn’t it be great if there is place that shares the SECRETS to QUICK and EASY Asian cooking for all the lazy, busy, and/or people with no cooking experience. What is the MINIMUM EFFORT required to achieve the MAXIMUM RESULT? Is it possible to use 20% of the effort/materials to achieve 80% or more of the texture and taste in Asian cooking?

What’s the best way to record my cooking adventure? A blog, I thought. So I decided to start this blog. I goal is to find the 80/20 principal in Asian cooking. Let me spend the time to test and simplify the most complicated recipes so you don’t have to. This blog is the place for me to share all my discoveries to my readers. You can expect recipes with the fewest steps and ingredients to make a tasty Asian meal. Often an entire meal can be prepared in 30 minutes or less!

Just ask yourselves, do you like Asian food but don’t want the grease from the Chinese take-out? Are you a lazy or busy person that don’t have time to cook? Do you want to take on the adventure of Asian cooking but afraid of failure? If you answer yes to any of these questions, then you come to the right place.

This blog is all about being effective and efficient, with large margin for errors. I would recommend reading through the entire recipe before starting, and pay attention to the *Tips* and *Notes* throughout the recipe.

If you follow my tips and recipes, I can promise you the food is going to be great.

BTW,don’t worry about having to jump up and down to find exotic ingredients either. Everything you need is readily available in your local supermarket!

If you have any suggestions or comments, please let me know!


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  1. Thanks for the follow! I am loving your blog–all these dishes remind me of the authentic, delicious Chinese food I ate growing up. I’m not that experienced with making Asian dishes, but I’m trying to learn. Looking forward to more of your posts! 😀

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