RECIPES TO HONOR AAPA HERITAGE
Recipes not just for this month, but every day!
At Chefclub, we love cultural diversity, and we believe that community is shared, understood, and appreciated through food. Our AAPA comrades offer some of the most beloved foods and traditions. This is why we are sharing some of our favorite AAPA foods for you to make at home!
We can't be the only ones that are always torn between ordering samosas or ordering naan at our favorite Indian place, right? We are torn, but we always order both anyway lol. These potato and peas samosas give turmeric sunrise vibes with their turmeric, paprika, and curry powder flavor embedded within butter potatoes and fresh peas. The best of this recipe is that it always yields more than you expect with a few ingredients, so you will have ready to bake samosas anytime in your freezer.DISCOVER THE RECIPE
Spring rolls, not to be confused with their deep-fried counterpart (the egg roll), are a classic Vietnamese dish. Rice paper wrappers stuffed with lettuce, veggies, herbs, rice noodles, and shrimp along with a peanut-based dipping sauce make this dish a popular go-to for many people. But have you ever tried making them at home? Follow our recipe to see how easy they are to make.DISCOVER THE RECIPE
Food night markets are an epic way to eat as much food as possible. The different vendors offer delicious street food and drinks that you wouldn't normally be exposed to. But if you can't make it to a local night market, we have written a recipe just for you! The queen of Taiwanese street food and the best fried chicken in the world (debatable, but we think so)... Taiwanese spicy popcorn chicken!DISCOVER THE RECIPE
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The Korean culture craze is alive and well at Chefclub too (K-pop is life, am I right?). So we are absolutely including a Korean bibimbap recipe to make in your kitchen! Bibimbap is not only super yummy, but the ingredients also yield a lot of food to feed your crowd!DISCOVER THE RECIPE
Onigiri is just one of those foods that looks just as pretty as they are good to eat. They can be made with all sorts of fillings, they can be pan-fried, and you can garnish them with all kinds of toppings. Onigiris make a great lunch and snack idea for the entire family, but kids especially love them!DISCOVER THE RECIPE
Gyozas are immensely popular, and this is why we couldn't make this list without mentioning gyozas. Like, onigiris, you can fill them with anything you want and top them with your favorite sauces. We like sliced green onions and spicy chili oil. But we share a veggie version for our veggie friends!DISCOVER THE RECIPE