Because I don’t live near any Chinese restaurants where I can just order some char siu to go with some wonton soup I wanted to make, I was forced to make some from scratch…and honestly, when that happens and I’m forced to make it myself, I’m like…wow…why did I NOT
Minted Chili Garlic Chinese Noodles with Shrimp Source: Lo Huynh (4 servings) 1 lb. Chinese style dry noodle, Cook noodles per package instructions 1 lb. jumbo shrimp, shelled and deveined 4 ounces young sweet corn in brine, rinsed and drained 4 ounces green beens, ends trimmed and washed 4 ounces
I love eating crab, especially when it’s drenched in a spicy Asian infused sauce. This recipe is totally easy to make…I’d make it everyday if crab wasn’t sooo darn expensive! Singapore Style Chili Crabs Source: Lo Huynh (2 servings) Ingredients: 2 each whole cooked Dungeness crabs Sauce: 2 tablespoons chili
My husband is out of town on business, thus the crappy photo you see before you. Anyway, I had some celery and carrots in the fridge so i decided to whip up some ginger chicken stir fry and it was yums. And yes, yums is NOT a real word. Sorry.
Everyday I cook, it’s like an iron chef kind of thing…except that I’m competing against myself and the mystery ingredient is whatever I’ll find lurking in my fridge. Last night, i found a couple of mushrooms, some mint, and one thai chili…and then I have to figure out how I’m