Tan Can Cook

If Chef Martin Yan can cook, then so can I. My personal cooking project, showcasing Burmese, Indian, and Persian cuisine—while inspiring others to cook great fresh foods. As a homage to the greater Indian culture, my family name Tan is the same Indian Saffron as the Flag of India with the approximate hex color code FF9933.

Tandoori Chicken with Stir Fry Green Long Beans
Dahi Bhalla (Vada)
Recipe: Medu Vada
Recipe: Masala Adrak Chaas (Spiced Buttermilk Drink)
Recipe: Joojeh Kebab (Grilled Persian Saffron Chicken)
The Scientific, Latin Name for Paan ki Jad (पान की जड़)
Kasoori Methi Chole
Pork Satay with Grilled Tomatoes and Onion
Amritsari Chole
Burmese Style Haldi Aloo with Roasted Broccoli
Lucknowi Kakori Kebab
Lucknowi Galawati (Galouti) Kebab
Lucknowi Nalli Nihari Beef
Joojeh and Koobideh Kebab with Zereshk Saffron Rice
Lahori (Pakistani) Chicken
Pineapple Fried Rice
Happy Father's Day Kebabs
See Kyat Khauk Swè (Burmese Garlic Noodles)
Recipe: Stuffing for Burmese Aloo Samosa
Pad Krapow Gai (Thai Basil Chicken)
Burmese Eggplant (Brinjal) Salad
Recipe: Burmese Chili-Garlic Catfish Curry
Chicken Soltani: Joojeh and Koobideh Kebab
Mahi Kebab (Persian Grilled Salmon)
Persian Joojeh Kebab with Saffron Basmati Rice
Aloo Tikki with Roasted Broccoli & Pico de Gallo Salsa
Shan Style Burmese Tofu Salad
Aloo Gobi
Chicken Curry (Burmese Style) with Roasted Broccoli
Chicken Curry (Burmese Style) with Malabari Parotta
Gosht Curry
Nadan Beef Curry (Kerala Style)
Nihari Beef Curry (Alternate Style)
Beef Curry with Roasted Broccoli & Asparagus
Chennai Chicken 65
Khauk Swè Thoke (Burmese Noodle Salad)
Burmese Fried Rice
Chicken Tikka Masala with Lal Mirch and Dhaniya
Burmese Fried Corn with Golden Brown Onions (Birista)
Orange Chicken with Aloo Gobi
Salt and Pepper Tofu
Taro Cake
Baingan Aloo Ki Sabji
Recipe: Burmese Pork Meatballs
Meeshay (Shan Style Vermicelli Salad)
Tan Can Cook
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