I cooked another Sushi ball for my Christmas potluck party. Recipe is here
When weather is really hot and humid like now, I like to eat spicy food. This dumpling is great for this hot weather. Also you can server this for party too.
Kimchi (also spelled kimchee) is a traditional Korean vegetable pickles. Daikon kimchi is one of the popular variety and one of my favorite kimchi. I like to eat kimchi in summer time when I do not have appetite. Usually we add shrimp paste or fish sauce to make kimchi, but this time I use asian […]
King Oyster mushroom (Pleurotus eryngii) are edible mushrooms and I like it because of their tasty, meaty and chewy texture. This recipe is very simple and easy. I usually serve this as appetizers for parties.
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Actually I am not fan of spinach, but I can eat lot of spinach with this recipe. This soup is very easy and just 10 minutes to cook Here is my recipe.
We celebrate Chinese New Year last weekend. I cooked Budda’s Delight for New Year. Budda’s Delgiht (lo han jai) is a vegetarian dish well known in Chinese and Buddhist cuisine. It is traditionally served on the first day of the Chinese New Year both to cleanse out the body and to honor a Buddhist tradition […]
Chinese Chive Dumpling is my favarite dish. Wheneveer I go to dim sum restaurant, I order them. I cannot make exactly same chive dumpling, but I found this recipe is also another chive dumpling I like. I used Chinese chive for this dish. You can get it from most asian super market.
This is another korean style pancake made from lotus root. I like texture of grated lotus root because it is like Mochi.
This is my father’s favarite salad in summer time. I cooked a lot when I was in Japan as he requested all the time. oops, I started to get home sick……
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Let me introduce this Chinese vegetable called Ton Choi and Pickled tofu (Fermented Bean curd). This vegetable is very popular for Chinese and cooked with pickled tofu. Pickled tofu also called “tofu cheese” , preserved tofu, or fermented tofu, is a form of processed, preserved tofu used in Chinese and Vietnamese cuisine. Many Asians can’t […]