This is a recipe that was inspired by my late sister Sun, who one day concocted this wonderful sweet yet savory mango salsa with tomato, red onion and cilantro, and placed it over pan fried halibut. I loved it so much that I never forgot the recipe after all these
Healthy red beans are turned into smooth and creamy porridge, and cooked sticky white rice is added for a wonderful texture. Great for breakfast, instead of usual oatmeal, or for lunch or dinner for cold winter days. Ingredients: Red Beans (2 cups, soaked in water) Short Grained Sticky White Rice
Sesame leaves are so delicious because they have a natural toasty flavor to them. Here’s a classic Korean home-made sesame leaves recipe, doubling the sesame flavor with sesame oil and sesame seed soy sauce marinade. One of my favorite sides dishes to eat over rice. Ingredients: Sesame Leaves (8 ounces,
I grew up eating a lot of cabbage — both raw and cooked — so cabbage leaves is one of my all time favorite veggies. Steaming is one of my favorite ways to eat cabbage leaves, paired with some brown rice and this delicious miso paste with sesame oil, sesames
Here’s a recipe for the famous Thai Basil Shrimp dish you can now make at home without going to an Asian supermarket. This dish will wow your taste buds with a little sweet and spice and, at the same time, give you the distinctive herbal flavor of the basil.
Instead of the usual scrambled egg for breakfast or brunch, try our low calorie scrambled tofu with home potatoes, yellow zucchini, tomatoes and spinach. You will not miss the egg in this dish, as tofu is so hearty and a lot of flavor is extracted from all the delicious vegetables.
Sweet chili pepper eggplant to satisfy both your spicy and sweet taste buds at the same time! Ingredients: 2 large Chinese or Japanese eggplants (sliced into ½ inch rounds) or 5 small ones 2 red chili pepper (seeded and diced) Soy Sauce (3 tablespoons) Sesame oil (1-2 tablespoon) sugar (1
Now that winter has arrived, this hot & sour soup is the perfect recipe to make you feel warm and cozy. Ingredients: Tofu (1 cake, silken or medium firm) Bamboo shoots (1 cup, or 1 8 ounce can) Portabella mushroom (1 large) or button mushrooms (1 cup) Sugar (1 ½