Far east asian style seasoning

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AS warm weather and the grilling season approach, the trend toward giving barbecue a whiff of the Far East appears to be continuing. Books about Asian grilling are in stores, and an increasing number of prepared barbecue sauces and marinades are flavored with ginger, sesame oil, peanuts and soy sauce. Using these products with standard barbecue items like steaks, chicken breast and fresh tuna on the grill, along with corn on the cob and tomato salads, amounts to East-West cooking, often called Pacific Rim, the marriage of Asian and Western styles and flavors. This kind of cooking has been in the news for some time, especially in restaurants.

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Your question might be answered by sellers, manufacturers, or customers who bought this product. Please make sure that you are posting in the form of a question. Please enter a question. Encompassing the countries from Thailand to Indonesia, this wildly exotic blend is infused with coconut and kaffir lime leaf. Spicy, citrusy and herbaceous, this flavorful fusion proves to be a sensationally enticing experience with pork, seafood and oriental-style soups and noodle dishes. Ingredients: Coconut flakes, coriander, shallots, ginger, minced garlic, bird's eye chilis, kaffir lime powder, mint, basil, white pepper and lime zest. Coconut flakes, coriander, shallots, ginger, minced garlic, bird's eye chilis, kaffir lime powder, mint, basil, white pepper and lime zest.

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