Peter Ting

Zucchini-and-Fennel Soup
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Peter Ting's soothing, mellow soup gets a refreshing tang from a swirl of crème fraîche. It is terrific served hot or cold. More Zucchini Recipes Fast and Easy Soups
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Scallion Dipping Sauce
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A healthy, fast side dish, these greens would also be delicious in an omelette or turkey sandwich. More Vegetable Dishes Delicious, Quick Side Dishes
Honey-and-Soy Glazed Carrots
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Honey and soy make these sautéed carrots pleasingly sweet and salty, with a rich golden brown color around the edges. More Vegetable Dishes
This delicately scented dish, one of Peter Ting's childhood favorites, gets its name from the Chinese island of Hainan; it's popular in Malaysia and Singapore too. Ting is obsessed with perfecting the bold scallion and chile dipping sauces that accompany it.Plus: F&W's Chicken Cooking Guide
Blackberry Fool with Calvados
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A classic British dessert of pureed fruit folded into whipped cream, a fool is one of the first things Peter Ting learned to make after moving to England in 1976. To give this one a little extra sophistication, he macerates (soaks) half the blackberries overnight in Calvados, then tops the fruit with dollops of whipped cream he's mixed with blackberry puree. The leftover macerating liquid would make a delicious drink mixed with sparkling water or ChampagneMore Fruit Desserts
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Blackberry Fool with Calvados
Rating: Unrated
New!
A classic British dessert of pureed fruit folded into whipped cream, a fool is one of the first things Peter Ting learned to make after moving to England in 1976. To give this one a little extra sophistication, he macerates (soaks) half the blackberries overnight in Calvados, then tops the fruit with dollops of whipped cream he's mixed with blackberry puree. The leftover macerating liquid would make a delicious drink mixed with sparkling water or ChampagneMore Fruit Desserts