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Pineapple-Marinated Chicken

This New York Times recipe uses a really interesting and tasty way to marinade chicken. The original also included a pineapple salsa recipe to accompany the chicken, but I think our pineapple chow recipe is better.

Also, the first time we made this we tripled the recipe. That created challenges in ensuring the chicken didn't marinate for more than 15 minutes, but I didn't think it was a problem.

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Sesame Noodles with Crispy Tofu

This Bon Appetit recipe was good, but I've posted it here with a few tweaks we'd recommend for next time.

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Menu for the week of July 30

Sat: Ethiopic delivery; prep http://www.vietworldkitchen.com/blog/2009/05/daikon-and-carrot-p... and other veggies for grain bowls and sesame noodle salad
Sun: Lunch: https://audreyandjon.com/recipes/yakiniku-japanese-grilled-meat-... with sunomono salad and rice? Or lumpia from across the tree hy f FY uistreet?, Dinner: ethiopian leftovers
Mon: https://audreyandjon.com/recipes/spicy-tamarind-hanger-steak with rice and https://audreyandjon.com/recipes/mango-and-cucumber-chow
Tue: Leftover chicken with https://audreyandjon.com/recipes/cold-soba-noodle-salad

Mango and Cucumber Chow

Billed as Caribbean by Bon Appetit, this mango chow could go equally well with Indian, Thai, or other South/Southeast Asian cuisines. Sweet, spicy, salty, and sour -- delicious!

INGREDIENTS
1 small shallot, thinly sliced into rings
2 garlic cloves, finely grated
½ Scotch bonnet chile or habanero chile, thinly sliced crosswise, seeds removed if less heat is desired
2 Tbsp fresh lime juice
½ teaspoon kosher salt
1 ripe but firm mango, peeled, cut into ½-inch-thick spears
½ English hothouse cucumber

Mango Chow
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Menu for the week of Oct 7

Sat: burgers
Sun: https://audreyandjon.com/recipes/spicy-tamarind-steak + rice + http://www.simplyrecipes.com/recipes/stir_fried_green_beans_with...
Mon: https://www.bonappetit.com/recipe/shrimp-coconut-curry-with-rice... + veg? (¾)
Tue: Thai tacos - leftover beef, avocado, mango, cilantro, scallions, radish, curtido, peanut sauce
Wed: https://audreyandjon.com/recipes/lao-crispy-rice-salad
Thu: Leftover shrimp curry with rest of romanesco
Fri: https://audreyandjon.com/recipes/thai-beef-salad

Crispy Rice Lao Salad

Menu for the week of May 27 (Spring)

Sat: https://audreyandjon.com/recipes/lao-crispy-rice-salad tacos
Sun: https://audreyandjon.com/recipes/poached-salmon-peas-and-mushrooms
Mon: BBQ!
Tue: https://audreyandjon.com/recipes/strawberry-almond-and-pea-salad
Wed: BBQ leftovers
Thu: Pasta w/ Mixed sauteed spring vegetables (fiddleheads, asparagus, mushrooms...) topped with https://audreyandjon.com/recipes/garlic-scape-pesto cream sauce
Fri: Moar BBQ or omelet

Strawberry Salad

Menu for the week of April 23 (Passover)

Sat: Momofuku!
Sun: https://audreyandjon.com/recipes/malaysian-steak-skewers (+ extra dipping sauce w/o scallions), rice and https://audreyandjon.com/recipes/cold-sesame-noodles-summer-vege... (w/o noodles)
Mon: Sushi (avocado, cucumber) with cucumber sunomono
Tue: https://audreyandjon.com/recipes/pan-seared-flounder-greens ish with asparagus
Wed: Asian salad with leftover steak skewer meat, leftover summer vegetables, mango
Thu: https://audreyandjon.com/recipes/lao-crispy-rice-salad

Malaysian Steak Skewers

Menu for Week of April 5th

Sun: http://www.audreyandjon.com/recipes/malaysian-steak-skewers and http://www.audreyandjon.com/recipes/yakiniku-japanese-grilled-meat-or-bbq and cabbage pepper slaw
Mon: Sushi and edmame
Tue: Leftovers
Wed: http://www.audreyandjon.com/recipes/lao-crispy-rice-salad 
Thu: http://www.audreyandjon.com/recipes/thai-beef-salad 
Fri:  http://www.audreyandjon.com/recipes/crispy-hoi-pancakes with what inside???

Hoi An Pancakes

2015 Cleanse Menu

Sun: Mahi Mahi with smashed white beans plus sauteed chard stems ... the white beans were really good. The rest...

Mon: Barley Risotto (a favorite from last year) with roasted celery root

Korean Kale Slaw

Menu for week of Oct 5

Sat: Marinated hangar steak w/bok choi and rice
Sun: Crispy Ho An pancakes
Mon: Lao crispy rice salad
Tue: Steam buns w/pork belly with bok choi
Wed: Thai beef salad with grill leftovers
Thu: Steam buns

Steamed Buns with Pork Belly

Crispy Hoi An Pancakes

Batter

1 cup rice flour
½ teaspoon ground turmeric
½ teaspoon kosher salt

Assembly

5 tablespoons (or more) vegetable oil, divided
4 oz. small shrimp, peeled, deveined
Kosher salt and freshly ground black pepper
6 scallions, thinly sliced
4 oz. mung bean sprouts (about 1 cup)
Large green-leaf or Bibb lettuce leaves and mixed tender herbs (such as mint, cilantro, and Thai basil; for serving)
Nuoc Cham (recipe below)

Hoi An Pancakes
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Beef Satay

Courtesy of Cook's Illustrated. Easy and delicious!

Beef
2 Tbsp vegetable oil
2 Tbsp packed dark brown sugar
1 Tbsp fish sauce
1 (1.5-1.75 lb) hangar or flank steak, cut against the grain into pieces that are approximately 4"x2"x1/4"

Basting Sauce
3/4 cup coconut milk
3 Tbsp packed dark brown sugar
3 Tbsp fish sauce
2 Tbsp vegetable oil
3 shallots, minced
2 stalks lemongrass, trimmed to bottom 6 inches and minced
2 Tbsp grated fresh ginger
1.5 tsp ground coriander

Beef Satay Skewers
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Lao Crispy Rice Salad

We first had this salad at a Thai/Lao restaurant in Virginia. It was freakin' awesome, and so we set making it at home. We combined three recipes and the result was quite good.

Crispy Rice Lao Salad
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Week of May 17th (SE Asian)

Sat: Beef satay with pepper slaw, rice (make extra), and fiddleheads
Sun: Sushi
Mon: Lao Crispy Rice Salad
Tue: Cold sesame noodles with leftover beef
Wed: Chinese sausage salad with potstickers
Thur: Out

Crispy Rice Lao Salad

Spicy Tamarind Hanger Steak

3 chiles (Thai, serrano, or jalapeño), thinly sliced into rounds
¼ cup tamarind concentrate
3 tablespoons light brown sugar
1 tablespoon kosher salt
1 tablespoon vegetable oil, plus 4 tsp more for cooking
1½ pound hanger steak, de-membraned and cut into 4 pieces

Whisk chiles, tamarind, brown sugar, salt, and 1 Tbsp. oil in a shallow baking dish until sugar is dissolved. Add steak and turn to coat. Cover and chill at least 4 hours, or up to a day.

Spicy Tamarind Hanger Steak
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