Korean food never disappoints when it comes to flavor and this stir-fry recipe from Marja Vongerichten's cookbook, The Kimchi Chronicles (Rodale, 2011), will please your palate while filling your belly with a healthy dose of veggies and lean meat. Vongerichten shares more than 100 traditional Korean recipes with contemporary twists and all carefully adapted to the American kitchen.
With so many tongue-tantalizing recipes in Chef Hari Nayak's cookbook My Indian Kitchen (Tuttle, 2011), it was hard to choose a recipe to feature here. However, since I am always on the lookout for a new way to cook eggplant, I fell in love with Chef Nayak's spicy twist on the low-calorie fruit (yes, botanically, eggplant is a fruit). Try this chunky smoky dish with flatbreads. If you're hungry for more Indian food, try Chef Nayak's Samosas, Chicken Tikka Masala, Pork Vindaloo and Chicken Tandoori.
This fusion recipe from John Gregory-Smith's Mighty Spice Cookbook (Duncan Baird, 2011) features the usual Latin flavors, garlic, hot chilies, bell pepper and green onions, but adds yogurt and almonds to give the chicken creamy and nutty dimensions. Gregory-Smith features other Mexican-inspired recipes along with many other spice-infused recipes from around the globe, including Malaysian Spice Garden Shrimp Curry, Zaatar Lamb Cutlets, Lebanese Pizza and Gung Bao Chicken.
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