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Asian Kitchen Measuring Tools

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Spicy California Shrimp Stack

These EASY shrimp stacks will satisfy your sushi craving, and they taste SO GOOD! Layered with cucumber, avocado, shrimp and brown rice, then topped with a spicy mayo – YUM! You don't need any fancy tools, I layered everything in a one-cup measuring cup then flipped it over. Then topped it with spicy mayo, soy sauce and Furikake which is a Japanese condiment made with blend of sesame seeds and seaweed and spices available at most health food stores, Amazon or you can just use…

from Etsy

Large hand burned my neighbour totoro pyrography ghibli chopping board

This wooden cutting board measures approximately 35x24x1.75cm in size and has been burned by hand using a pyrography tool with the likeness of


Helen Chen's Asian Kitchen 13-inch Bamboo Stir Fry Spatula by Helen Chen's Asian Kitchen. $3.99. Burnished during manufacturing process for a rich, smooth finish. Crafted from renewable-source bamboo for durable construction. Safe in the dishwasher; measures 13 inches long. Stir-fry spatula created in collaboration with Chinese food expert Helen Chen. Safe for all types of cookware, including nonstick finishes. A handy tool that's gentle on cookw...

from The Hip Home Ec Teacher

If you like Buca Di Beppo’s House Salad Dressing, You’ll Love This!

from Lifehacker

Measure Rice-to-Water Ratio Using Your Finger

Rice needs the right water-to-grain ratio to come out perfectly fluffy and delicious. You can use your finger as a measuring tool to make it easy.


Helen's Asian Kitchen Porcelain Ginger Grater by Helen Chen's Asian Kitchen. $9.75. Raised teeth extract ginger pulp while leaving behind fiber. Bamboo cleaning brush included. Also suited to grating daikon, garlic, nutmeg, and lemons. Dish-style grater designed for ginger; measures 7 by 4 inches. Crafted from durable white porcelain with a built-in catching well. This handsome and sleek little ginger grater from Helen's Asian Kitchen earns its keep in ...

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