These are really good served with sweet and sour sauce or your favorite dipping sauce. If you like them a little more creamy just add more cream cheese.Sometimes I also add a little cheddar cheese into the filling. This recipe is from the wonton wraps package. Quantity and time is an estimate.
Posting the for the Zaar World Tour III. From Foster Farms, the original recipe calls for 1 package boneless, skinless breast tenders. Zaar does not recognize this so I entered 2 lbs. After reading Lori's helpful review, I listed the salt as optional.
Hot, sour, sweet, savory and packs a fiery punch! From Yan Can Cook- Martin Yan. Did I mention that this was fiery hot?!!!! You might want to cut the heat a bit, but we love our mouths to catch on fire!
This tastes just like the Gai-Lan that my DBF and I get when we go to Dim Sum on Sundays. It is really easy to make at home. It is similar to regular broccoli but it is slightly milder and has broad flat leaves instead of florets. If you can't find Gai Lan, you can substitute broccolini. The baking soda helps the broccoli retain its green color while cooking.
I have the worst luck making rice. I found this on the food network and made it for my DBF's birthday dinner since he loves rice. It came out perfectly and he even had seconds.I'm not sure if it is the "Best" but it certainly is wonderful!
This is different than a traditional Lassi in that it doesn't include yogurt. It is something like a thin milkshake with a bit of spice. Recipe is from Vegetarian Planet. There is also a variation to make it a warm drink.
This is a quick and light stir fried version of the Chinese dish that will have you licking your fingers. Posting for the ZWT III.It can be a little messy to eat as the shrimp are cooked with the shells on for best flavor. Recipe is from Sunset June 2007 and it is noted: The different peppercorns add a subtle range of pepper flavor to this dish, but you can stick to just black peppercorns too; simply decrease the total amount to 1 1/2 tsp.
We loved this quick stir fry. It has a bit of heat, but next time I might even add more. If you don't like heat you can leave the serranos out. I used baby bok choy which worked perfectly. This really is fairly quick to make to. From Bon Appetit April 2008.
My new favorite dipping sauce! Wontons, egg rolls, lumpia, dim sum... I even enjoy it poured over rice. You can make this as spicy as you like or leave out the heat entirely. Recipe by Chef Terrence Khuu of Milpitas' Bleu Ginger.
This is a modern take on Vietnamese summer rolls by chef Terrence Khuu of Bleu Ginger in Milpitas- (San Francisco Bay Area). The sauce is adapted from one his mother had made for years. Note: Khuu uses Banh Trang Deo brand of rice paper wrappers made in Vietnam, believing they are more delicate and flavorful. This brand may be a little more difficult to work with but they do not dry out and become hard and chewy as quickly as others.