A Cantonese Approach
The Most Popular Stir-Fried Dish
As Easy as Cooking Stir-Fried Cabbage
Is this the best recipe for making Stir-Fried Cabage (Chao Bai Cai), or is there a better way? It would be interesting to know if anyone is using another method that works better.
Stir-Fried Cabbage (Chao Bai Cai)
1 pound Cabbage or Napa Cabbage, washed, well-dried and sliced
2 ounces Pork, such as Pork Chop of Bacon, sliced finely Continue reading
A French-Vietnamese Classic
Tomatoes Meet Wine Meet Fish Sauce
This French-Vietnamese classic combines Western ingredients such as Tomato Sauce and White Wine, with Asian ones like Fish Sauce and Soy Sauce. When it is used Continue reading
Delicate Citrusy Broth
Extremely Popular in Thailand
Tom Yam Gung is a Thai classic, and extremely popular in Thailand. Its delicate cirrusy broth goes down like velvet. Still, it should have enough Continue reading
Korean Barbecue Pork
Kalbi, or Korean style Barbecued Pork, is one of the basic Korean home style dishes that are basic to making a simple Korean meal. It’s easy to make and the marination seems to bring out the flavor of the meat.
Ingredients: Continue reading
Fire and Meat Meet
Korean Barbecue is Quick
Korean barbecue is distinctive – compared to the long, slow, moist barbecues of other countries, Korean barbecue is quick.
The typical barbecue grill looks something like an inverted wok perforated with lots of small holes. Outside Korea, unless you do it a l Continue reading
Sesame Meets Garlic Meets Scallion
This simple and flavorful Korean way of handling Spinach goes well with barbecued meats such as Barbecued Beef, Bulkogi, and dishes like Fresh Cabbage Kimchi and plain Sticky Rice. They are mainstays of Korean family style cooking.
Spinach Korean Style Continue reading