Serve this aromatic rice with any meat, poultry or vegetable dish.
Thin pockets of deep-fried bean curd (aburage) add great flavor to this rice dish.
This is known in Sri Lanka as kiri bath. Serve with coconut sambal or shaved palm sugar for a sweeter flavor.
This is a favorite in many parts of the Pacific, and is known as palusami or lau me wau niu.
Similar to a pilau, rice and red lentils prepared in this way are the standby of every Indian cook.
Popular Thai stir-fried rice noodles with fish sauce, egg, chili pepper, and other delicious condiments.
Fish, water lily stems and tamarind come together in a flavorful soup.
A refreshing soup made with fresh pineapple, preferably half-ripe and tart.
This Vietnamese staple, pronounced ‘fuh’, is a concoction of fresh rice noodles soaked in hot flavorful broth, thin cuts of seasoned beef and a variety of garnishes.