Ming Tsai on Making Asian Food Less Intimidating

Ming Tsai: Chef and TV Personality

Ming Tsai: Chef and TV Personality

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There has always been a misconception Chinese cuisine and other Asian cuisines, Thai, Vietnamese is so prep intensive that an average home cook does not have the time to do it. I complete disagree to make a good Celanese suah you are doing the same amount of knife work it is just different stuff. It maybe stuff you are not used to maybe it is ginger whichever you are not used to doing but once you learn how to do it. Super easy and at the end of the day it's actually faster because if you have your stuff just chopped the reason your chopping it small is for quick cooking and by the way it's also cheaper because you don't need as much meat. Meat is used not like this Ribeye you know 22 ounce, you can use this much meat and that can be for four people and still be good though.
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Ming Tsai on Making Asian Food Less Intimidating


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