Simply Ming


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Galangal and Jalapeno are the East-West ingredients that pack bold flavors into this week's SIMPLY MING dishes. Chef Ming Tsai gives his version of a Thai soup when he creates Spicy Galangal-Coconut Mussel Soup. Then, Ming is off to Miami to visit Chef Clay Conley of the Mandarin Oriental Hotel's Azul, to help him make a delicious Florida Snapper Curry flavored with the East-West pair. Back in the studio kitchen, Ming prepares his version of a classic Italian comfort food, Galangal Braised Pork "Osso Bucco," and uses the leftovers to remake a Philadelphia favorite, Galangal Pork and Pepper Hoagie.



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