Spicy Sriracha-Grilled Tofu
Bon Appétit (June 2011) Tofu. If you're trying to de-emphasize meat in your diet, as we've tried to do this year, sooner or later you're going to find yourself eating tofu. We've actually been experimenting this spring with cooking lots...
How To Stir-Fry Vegetables
We are always trying to eat more vegetables, more greens! A quick stir-fry is one of the fastest, easiest, tastiest ways to make a last-minute vegetable side dish to suit any meal. Grace Young proved this to be true when she demonstrated a basic stir-fry recipe for us: Romaine lettuce leaves, warm and slightly wilted, tumbled in a sauce of garlic and chilies. After that — the same recipe and method, but this time with halved baby bok choy. We couldn’t stop eating either of these.
Hong Kong 'Cheong Fun' Recipe (Steamed Rice Noodle Rolls) with Photo Tutorial 港式肠粉
I am excited today to feature a classic dim sum favourite, steamed rice rolls Hong Kong style. This version of steamed rice noodle rolls or ‘cheong … Read More
Chinese Rice Dumpling, Zong Zi - Indochine Kitchen
Of all the Chinese culinary-related events, I would like to vote dragon boat festival dumpling-eating is one of my favorites. It ranks way up there with pineapple tarts from Chinese New Year and moon cake from mid-autumn festival. The Chinese culinary calendar is very exciting for me and it gives me something to look up...Read More
Peking Pork Chops (Authentic Sweet and Sour) - Rasa Malaysia
Peking Pork Chops (京都排骨) - Tender and juicy pork coupled with the sweet, tart and smoky taste of the sauce makes this a perfect dish for your next meal.
Quick and Easy Spinach Egg Drop Soup - Girl Cooks World
I was pretty much floored the first time I saw a friend of mine make egg drop soup. I mean, who knew that making the popular Chinese appetizer basically just involved heating up a lightly spiced broth and stirring in beaten eggs in a steady stream until they cook into delicate ribbons? Millions and millions […]
Asian Broccoli with Garlic and Ginger - Girl Cooks World
You’d think that since I have a food blog that I wouldn’t fall into ruts in my eating. Sadly that’s not the case. In fact, when I come home with a Costco-sized bag of broccoli, it’s pretty much guaranteed that I’ll be making it all Barefoot Contessa-style. While that Parmesan roasted broccoli is pretty much […]
"Even though wontons in broth have been established here as a traditional soup [course]," says Irene Kuo in her book The Key to Chinese Cooking (Knopf, 1977), "in China the dish is considered a snack." Continue...
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