No need for take-out with this recipe! This one is for all of you that don't like to be in the kitchen but want a delicious home cooked meal with an Asian flair. It truly is so easy, fast and delicious. Serve with rice or noodles or you could cut up the chicken into bite sized pieces and serve as an appetizer. Enjoy!
My neighbor made this for her daughter's birthday party over the 4th of July holiday and I would have to say it is the best coleslaw I have ever had! If you don't like blue cheese, you could probably substitute feta cheese!
This is a combination of two recipes from taste.com.au that the DH and I combined to come up with something we both really like. The night we made it we had several dishes on the go and I was prepping for them as well so times are estimated to if you were only cooking this dish UPDATE - o'kay making this once again I have added other vegies tonight which were some julienned carrot, broccoli and cauliflower flowerettes and snow peas and served on top of some hokien noodles - just a variation. ANOTHER UPDATE - we tried this tonight Have now tried with beef, rump strips (possibly could be better to beat out and cut into strips though we think. depending on the quality of your rump) and added 3/4 teaspoons chinese five spice to step 2 but would suggest 1/2 teaspoon) but still thoroughly enjoyed and we are smacking our lips still 2 hours later.
I've found it easier (and cheaper) to make Chinese food at home. No more waiting for the delivery driver to bring you cold food, no more waiting to be served in a restaurant, no more tipping. This is one of many Chinese recipes that I prepare, and we feast at home for a fraction of the price. The best part is, we know it is going to be good. I hope you enjoy this one of my many "stay at home" Chinese dishes. Prep time includes 1 hour marinade time and 1 hour refrigeration time after coating.
Received this recipe by Jaime Purviance in an email. Posting for ZWT. Recipe notes state: "The lively collection of flavors brought together in this salsa stand up boldly to grilled steak. The creamy avocado also plays well against the slight spiciness of the rub. If you’d like more heat, add some minced jalapeño or serrano chiles to the salsa."
I can't decide if my favorite part of this dish is the sweet taste of the orange marmalade mixed with the Asian flavors of the soy and honey with a bite of juicy chicken or if it's a spoonful of rice that cooks so nicely under the chicken, capturing the savory juices, and crispy pieces along the sides of the pan. Which ever part you like best, this is a winner all around. It's just as good reheated too!
This is one of my favorite dishes to prepare. Crispy on the outside and soft on the inside eggplant baked with homemade marinara sauce and mozzarella cheese. If you love eggplant, make this dish, you won't be sorry! There may be a better one out there but I haven't had it, so as far as i'm concerned this is it!
Can use with any steak. From Silvia Lehrer's Cooking column in Dan's Papers, June 29, 2007. The meat is an innovative cut to the shoulder top blade steak which resulted in the nickname "flat-iron" with the rectangular shape at one end and the arrow-like at the other end.
During Lent, we are always looking for easy-to-prepare, economical recipes that offer a change of pace. This recipe definitely fits the bill! You can substitute cod for the halibut. Just toss fresh or stale bread in the food processor and pulse until coarse crumbs are formed.
I love fish, but since I am the only one in my family that eats it, I never cook it at home. This is an easy recipe to start with for me. Recipe notes: In Key West, the fish fillets would be grouper, but sole, flounder, or whatever is on sale will work.