Comments for Hmong Food http://hmongfood.info Hmong and asian recipes Sat, 26 Feb 2011 20:01:24 +0000 http://wordpress.org/?v=2.9.2 hourly 1 Comment on Papaya Salad – Qaub by Hmong http://hmongfood.info/?p=381&cpage=1#comment-9273 Hmong Sat, 26 Feb 2011 20:01:24 +0000 http://hmongfood.info/?p=381#comment-9273 I am always glad to hear feedback from supportive viewers like yourself. Thanks Christy I am always glad to hear feedback from supportive viewers like yourself. Thanks Christy

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Comment on Papaya Salad – Qaub by Christy http://hmongfood.info/?p=381&cpage=1#comment-9232 Christy Sat, 26 Feb 2011 04:16:49 +0000 http://hmongfood.info/?p=381#comment-9232 I agree, i toast peanuts, ones you can get from asian stores in bag for much cheaper than regular american stores, and toast it on the stove until desired brown-ness. (Store the rest in jar in the cupboard). For the recipe above i would just add a handful after mashing peppers and garlic. Great recipe overall! Thanks for sharing. Your site will be a great resource for me from now on. I agree, i toast peanuts, ones you can get from asian stores in bag for much cheaper than regular american stores, and toast it on the stove until desired brown-ness. (Store the rest in jar in the cupboard). For the recipe above i would just add a handful after mashing peppers and garlic. Great recipe overall! Thanks for sharing. Your site will be a great resource for me from now on.

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Comment on Cellophane Noodles with Bamboo Stir Fry – Peev Choj by Hmong http://hmongfood.info/?p=1639&cpage=1#comment-9185 Hmong Fri, 25 Feb 2011 07:08:26 +0000 http://hmongfood.info/?p=1639#comment-9185 I am always glad to hear from supportive viewers like yourself. Thanks Olivia I am always glad to hear from supportive viewers like yourself. Thanks Olivia

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Comment on Cellophane Noodles with Bamboo Stir Fry – Peev Choj by Olivia http://hmongfood.info/?p=1639&cpage=1#comment-9170 Olivia Fri, 25 Feb 2011 01:31:48 +0000 http://hmongfood.info/?p=1639#comment-9170 I'm so glad you put this one up! : ) I absolutely loove this dish and your website! I’m so glad you put this one up! : ) I absolutely loove this dish and your website!

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Comment on Cellophane Noodles with Bamboo Stir Fry – Peev Choj by Hmong http://hmongfood.info/?p=1639&cpage=1#comment-9106 Hmong Thu, 24 Feb 2011 02:50:48 +0000 http://hmongfood.info/?p=1639#comment-9106 hello Chee Nou, I posted up the pictures of some of the ingredients I can find online. Hope this helps and let us know how your peev choj turns out hello Chee Nou, I posted up the pictures of some of the ingredients I can find online. Hope this helps and let us know how your peev choj turns out

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Comment on Cellophane Noodles with Bamboo Stir Fry – Peev Choj by chee nou http://hmongfood.info/?p=1639&cpage=1#comment-9077 chee nou Wed, 23 Feb 2011 17:28:59 +0000 http://hmongfood.info/?p=1639#comment-9077 If possible, can u put up pictures of the ingredients we need to buy? I tend to buy the wrong products most of the time. It'll be very helpful for a newbie like me. Thanks. :) If possible, can u put up pictures of the ingredients we need to buy? I tend to buy the wrong products most of the time. It’ll be very helpful for a newbie like me. Thanks. :)

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Comment on More about the Cook by Sarah S http://hmongfood.info/?p=1493&cpage=1#comment-9038 Sarah S Wed, 23 Feb 2011 04:19:12 +0000 http://hmongfood.info/?p=1493#comment-9038 Hi there everyone, First time poster and looking forward to being a part of the conversation! Hi there everyone, First time poster and looking forward to being a part of the conversation!

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Comment on Mango & Coconut Sticky Rice by Hmong http://hmongfood.info/?p=865&cpage=1#comment-8971 Hmong Tue, 22 Feb 2011 05:30:01 +0000 http://hmongfood.info/?p=865#comment-8971 Hello Karen thank you for your kind words! you can substitute with brown sugar. the ones I am referring to are probably around 1 TB= 1 palm sugar Hello Karen thank you for your kind words!
you can substitute with brown sugar. the ones I am referring to are probably around 1 TB= 1 palm sugar

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Comment on Mango & Coconut Sticky Rice by Karen http://hmongfood.info/?p=865&cpage=1#comment-8950 Karen Mon, 21 Feb 2011 17:49:09 +0000 http://hmongfood.info/?p=865#comment-8950 I'm having trouble finding palm sugar at my local asian market. What would you recommend using instead of palm sugar? Will regular sugar do? How much? About the palm sugar. If they come in different sizes, how much should I use? What is 10-15 pieces equivalent to? Thanks!! I love this site! I’m having trouble finding palm sugar at my local asian market. What would you recommend using instead of palm sugar? Will regular sugar do? How much?

About the palm sugar. If they come in different sizes, how much should I use? What is 10-15 pieces equivalent to? Thanks!! I love this site!

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Comment on Thoughts for start by Hmong http://hmongfood.info/?p=449&cpage=1#comment-8664 Hmong Thu, 17 Feb 2011 05:56:45 +0000 http://hmongfood.info/?p=449#comment-8664 Hello Kia and thank you for your kind words. Ofcourse, there are always some recipes you'd like to keep to yourself to claim as your own, but in general hmong people are very secretive about all of their recipes! ;-) Because of that, we all have a slightly different way of making the same dish. Hello Kia and thank you for your kind words. Ofcourse, there are always some recipes you’d like to keep to yourself to claim as your own, but in general hmong people are very secretive about all of their recipes! ;-) Because of that, we all have a slightly different way of making the same dish.

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Comment on Thoughts for start by Kia http://hmongfood.info/?p=449&cpage=1#comment-8516 Kia Mon, 14 Feb 2011 05:44:25 +0000 http://hmongfood.info/?p=449#comment-8516 Thank you for setting up this website and sharing your recipes. Not a lot of good Hmong cooks out there are willing to share their ideas and recipes. Keep up the good work! Thank you for setting up this website and sharing your recipes. Not a lot of good Hmong cooks out there are willing to share their ideas and recipes. Keep up the good work!

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Comment on Thoughts for start by Hmong http://hmongfood.info/?p=449&cpage=1#comment-8427 Hmong Sat, 12 Feb 2011 01:21:31 +0000 http://hmongfood.info/?p=449#comment-8427 Kang I am grateful that you have decided to share a piece of your story with us today on this website. We also value our readers' feedbacks and support so thank you! Kang I am grateful that you have decided to share a piece of your story with us today on this website. We also value our readers’ feedbacks and support so thank you!

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Comment on Hmong Chicken Sausage – Hnyuv Ntxwm by Hmong http://hmongfood.info/?p=904&cpage=1#comment-8426 Hmong Sat, 12 Feb 2011 01:18:56 +0000 http://hmongfood.info/?p=904#comment-8426 They sure did when when we bought it a couple years back. it was $20. homegood stores are more likely to carry them. They sure did when when we bought it a couple years back. it was $20. homegood stores are more likely to carry them.

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Comment on Thoughts for start by Kang http://hmongfood.info/?p=449&cpage=1#comment-8404 Kang Fri, 11 Feb 2011 17:46:10 +0000 http://hmongfood.info/?p=449#comment-8404 Great website! I enjoy lurking around in here when I dont know what to cook for dinner. Cooking is also my hobby and I always love having company over to share a meal with. My home is never empty I tell you. I live on my own and I've never been married but have a fiance for over a decade now - too bad he doesnt eat meat. If you're wondering, he's hmong himself. I grew up in a super traditional household so cooking was something I had to do since I'm the oldest. I mastered steaming rice the old way when I was about 8 years old. My dad hates eating rice from the rice cooker so every morning it was expected that rice was at least made. I dreaded that chore but I'm so thankful for having it engrained in my head at such a young age. Now days its hard to find young girls who knows how to cook traditional hmong meals. Anyways, I find your website exciting and will be a long time reader. Thanks for keeping the tradition alive. Kang Great website! I enjoy lurking around in here when I dont know what to cook for dinner. Cooking is also my hobby and I always love having company over to share a meal with. My home is never empty I tell you. I live on my own and I’ve never been married but have a fiance for over a decade now – too bad he doesnt eat meat. If you’re wondering, he’s hmong himself. I grew up in a super traditional household so cooking was something I had to do since I’m the oldest. I mastered steaming rice the old way when I was about 8 years old. My dad hates eating rice from the rice cooker so every morning it was expected that rice was at least made. I dreaded that chore but I’m so thankful for having it engrained in my head at such a young age. Now days its hard to find young girls who knows how to cook traditional hmong meals.

Anyways, I find your website exciting and will be a long time reader. Thanks for keeping the tradition alive.

Kang

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Comment on Hmong Chicken Sausage – Hnyuv Ntxwm by Kang http://hmongfood.info/?p=904&cpage=1#comment-8401 Kang Fri, 11 Feb 2011 17:24:09 +0000 http://hmongfood.info/?p=904#comment-8401 I'm trying to look for the sausage maker at walmart and I dont see anything...do they still carry it? I’m trying to look for the sausage maker at walmart and I dont see anything…do they still carry it?

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Comment on Scrambled eggs with melted Tomatoes – Qe Kib xyaw txiv lwm suav by Hmong http://hmongfood.info/?p=1409&cpage=1#comment-8361 Hmong Fri, 11 Feb 2011 03:41:25 +0000 http://hmongfood.info/?p=1409#comment-8361 cherry tomatoes are best. bigger tomatoes are not as juicy. cherry tomatoes are best. bigger tomatoes are not as juicy.

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Comment on Scrambled eggs with melted Tomatoes – Qe Kib xyaw txiv lwm suav by Lor http://hmongfood.info/?p=1409&cpage=1#comment-8325 Lor Thu, 10 Feb 2011 17:41:28 +0000 http://hmongfood.info/?p=1409#comment-8325 can you also use the bigger tomatoes also? can you also use the bigger tomatoes also?

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Comment on Scrambled eggs with melted Tomatoes – Qe Kib xyaw txiv lwm suav by Hmong http://hmongfood.info/?p=1409&cpage=1#comment-7657 Hmong Mon, 31 Jan 2011 01:09:07 +0000 http://hmongfood.info/?p=1409#comment-7657 Txia, thank you for sharing! I also like my eggs barely cooked! Txia, thank you for sharing! I also like my eggs barely cooked!

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Comment on Oven Broiled Fish stuffed with Herbs – Ntses Ki by Hmong http://hmongfood.info/?p=181&cpage=1#comment-7631 Hmong Sun, 30 Jan 2011 16:58:54 +0000 http://hmongfood.info/?p=181#comment-7631 Txia, I usually make mine with trout. the other traditional hmong fish dish would be the same recipe above, plus about 6 cherry tomatoes (cut into wedges). the tomatoes should be mixed with the herbs and stuffed into the trout. let us know how it goes! Txia, I usually make mine with trout. the other traditional hmong fish dish would be the same recipe above, plus about 6 cherry tomatoes (cut into wedges). the tomatoes should be mixed with the herbs and stuffed into the trout. let us know how it goes!

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Comment on Oven Broiled Fish stuffed with Herbs – Ntses Ki by Txia http://hmongfood.info/?p=181&cpage=1#comment-7591 Txia Sat, 29 Jan 2011 19:28:30 +0000 http://hmongfood.info/?p=181#comment-7591 Holy crap! I've been looking for this recipe for ages! The only problem was that I was looking for buffalo fish to make because I think that was the only time when my parents would make this recipe with this kind of fish. You didn't say what kind of fish so I'm assuming that this can be done with any kind of fish then. Thanks for POSTING this! I've been thinking of several Hmong dishes to make with my white boyfriend's dad, I think this will be one of them. Thank you so much, seriously!! I love your website of Hmong recipes by the way! LOVE IT! Holy crap! I’ve been looking for this recipe for ages! The only problem was that I was looking for buffalo fish to make because I think that was the only time when my parents would make this recipe with this kind of fish. You didn’t say what kind of fish so I’m assuming that this can be done with any kind of fish then. Thanks for POSTING this! I’ve been thinking of several Hmong dishes to make with my white boyfriend’s dad, I think this will be one of them. Thank you so much, seriously!! I love your website of Hmong recipes by the way! LOVE IT!

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