Very good and a nice change. I am not a big fan of cauliflower so I use a bag of fresh stir fry vegetables instead. The presentation is very colorful. I adapted this recipe from a Weight Watchers cookbok. 1 point per 1 cup serving.
I was fortunate to take a dim sum class with world reknowned chef Joseph Poon in Philadelphia this morning. I was the only one who showed and had a 1 on 1 three hour lesson and quite a work out. I made 13 different types of dumplings, this was our favorite.
For a really delicious low fat meal thats healthy and easy to make, make a date with my steamed soy chicken-you'll be hooked. To make this recipe you will need a large, two-tiered oriental bamboo steamer.
I don't know how Irish it is, but I was told it was when I got the recipe, and it is delicious (and much more impressive then green sugar cookies). Don't be intimidated by the old-fashioned two-hour steaming, it's not difficult, just sounds so.
This chicken involves a bit of work, but is well worth it. If you are lucky enough to get to visit South India one day, look out for this tasty chicken served in style. You'll be singing happy tunes all the while:)
I started seeing this delightful little scoop of heaven on the edge of my plate at a few of the Mexican restaurants around town, so I decided make it at home. This recipe is actually the recipe they use at Chevy's, which I found published in the local paper.