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Feral Cooks is a collaboration between Philip and Karl, two foodies who met in Japan. Their enjoyment of food only magnified as they learned about Japanese cooking and the painstaking effort that chefs put into their art. Feral Cooks is not only about Japan

Member Since: Apr 4, 2017

Last Posted Recipe: Feb 23, 2018

Thai Chicken Coconut Soup

Here's a super-easy and crazy-delicious recipe that combines some of the best Thai flavors.


Kheema Mattar

Indian food can take a long time to cook and require ingredients many folks don’t keep on hand. Kheema Mattar does not fit that mold.


Javanese Chicken Curry (Opor Ayam)

Here’s an intensely-flavored Indonesian curry that’s so easy and delicious that you’ll be sad that you didn’t know about it earlier.


Katsudon (Pork Cutlet Over Rice)

Katsudon is a popular and delicious Japanese meal. It consists of a panko-coated pork cutlet served over rice with an egg and onion broth.


Thai Cellophane Noodles with Pork

This Thai noodle dish light, tasty and easy to make. Cellophane noodles are made from bean flour, which is derived from mung beans.


A most shameful craving- Pronto Pups

Pronto Pups are more difficult to make than they appear, but it’s not too hard. If you like Pups and ‘dogs, it’s well worth the effort.


Zaru-soba (Japanese Cold Soba Noodles)

Cold soba noodles with a cool dipping sauce and scallions and wasabi makes for a cool summer dinner. Easy to make, and healthy, too.


Don't worry, Brie happy

Everyone likes warm Brie, but this is hot Brie that you dip your baguette or crostini in while it’s still molten.


Thai Pork Fried Rice

Some people don’t like cooking Thai food because can’t get needed ingredients. In this recipe, the only “exotic” ingredient is fish sauce.


Beef Rendang

Everything about this dish is good: the aroma during cooking, overall taste, ease of preparation and authenticity to its origin, Indonesia.


Brigadeiros (Brazilian Fudge Balls)

These balls of chocolate goodness are courtesy of Brazil. Brigadeiros are Brazil’s national sweet, and they are served country-wide.


Caramelized Pork Belly and Shrimp

This flavorful Vietnamese dish is very easy to make and does not require seasonings, as the flavor comes from the caramelization process. Cooks in about an hour.