From Ross Dobson's book "Chinatown". This is an easy and delicious side dish for a Chinese meal. Potatoes are julienned, stir fried and then doused with black vinegar and sprinkled with sea salt - we have this often, and it's great! Cook time does not incude at least an hour's drying time.
From a 1997 issue of Cooking Light magazine. This uses soba (buckwheat noodles) that can be found in the asian aisle of many supermarkets, whole foods markets, and asian markets. This is said to pair well with grilled meats and seafoods because of its hot-and-sour dressing.
Just about any large leaf lettuce can be used to create cups or folded packets for this spicy Szechuan-style dish of ground beef. The filling is also good on flour tortillas or pita pockets with shredded lettuce. It makes a great warm weather light dinner, perfect for sharing with friends! This recipe was printed in the food section of the December 17, 2008 Houston Chronicle and was adapted from "Quick and Easy Chinese".
This dish is wonderful to have for dinner on a cold, stormy evening. I serve this with plain steamed rice and a vegetable. My Flash-cooked Greens with Garlic, #65735 goes really well with this. Recipe is from 'A Spoonful of Ginger' by Nina Simonds.
I can't believe anything this healthy can taste so good! Truly, this is one of the best things I've ever eaten. This recipe is very liberally adapted from one shown on Australia's version of Good Chef Bad Chef. The original poached a whole chicken, but I just bought a cooked chicken from the shop and 'cheated' with the poaching. It was still deeee-licious!