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Hot and Sour Soup Recipe. P.f. Changs Hot And Sour Soup Recipe. Cream Stew (Japanese) - クリームシチュ - Pickled Plum. Cream Stew or white stew is a very popular Western-influenced dish served in family restaurants and homes all across Japan.

Cream Stew (Japanese) - クリームシチュ - Pickled Plum

My cousin Setsuko always comes to mind whenever I think of creamy chicken stew since she is the queen of one pot meals and always made this stew so incredibly yummy! A simple roux is used as a base for the sauce and takes little time to make, or if you want to save even more time in the kitchen, pre-made cream sauce mix packages are sold in Japanese grocery stores. How convenient! This cream stew recipe is the type of recipe I like to have around whenever I want easy comfort food.

The taste reminds me of the inside of a chicken pot pie or a bowl of cream of chicken soup, but fancier and loaded with veggies. This cream stew recipe falls in the latter category though it is still considered relatively healthy! This cream stew is best when accompanied by something clean and acidic like this tomato basil pesto salad or spinach salad. Crockpot Mongolian Beef. My family loves Asian-inspired food.

Crockpot Mongolian Beef

We don’t have many takeout places close to where we live, so when I find an easy recipe (especially when it is made in the crock pot), I jump on it. I knew this recipe would be a hit even before I made it. It doesn’t require any cooking on preparation day, just throw a few ingredients in a bag, and that’s it! It smells sooooo good while it’s cooking, and looks like you spent all day slaving over the stove! By the time the steak was finished cooking, it was fall-apart tender. Crockpot Mongolian Beef Author/Source: Heather @ onceamonthmeals.com; adapted from Let’s Get Crockin Ingredients: 1.5 pounds beef flank steak, cut into stir fry sized strips2 Tablespoons olive oil0.5 teaspoons minced ginger2 cloves garlic, minced0.75 cup soy sauce0.75 cup water0.75 cup brown sugar0.25 cup cornstarch0.5 cup shredded carrots3 medium green onions, chopped Directions: Coat flank steak pieces in cornstarch.

Freezing Directions: Kimchi Recipe: My Easy How To Make Kimchi At Home. Here is my Kimchi recipe (sometimes called Kimchee Recipe).

Kimchi Recipe: My Easy How To Make Kimchi At Home

This is a simple step by step guide for making Kimchi. This Type is known as Mat Kimchi, and is made using Chinese or Napa Cabbages. Please tell me about how you get on at the bottom of this page. Kimchi is South Korea's most famous food. It is growing in popularity throughout the world as more people try and enjoy this unique dish. Hopefully you will be willing to give this a go at home and enjoy some real Korean kimchi. The ingredients used for this recipe are: 2 large Chinese Cabbages (Napa Cabbages) 230g rock salt Water Kimchi Sauce: 10 tablespoon of fish sauce 10 tablespoon of red pepper powder 1 onion 4-5 cloves of garlic 1 oriental pear 1 tablespoon of salt 1/2 tablespoon of sugar small touch of ginger 4 spring onion Start by Cutting the Chinese Cabbages into chunks, then soak in plenty of water with about 180g of salt.

After the cabbage has been soaked for 4-5 hours, drain all the water. 10 Sinfully Easy Chinese Food Recipes. Chinese food is deliciously simple and extremely nutritious.

10 Sinfully Easy Chinese Food Recipes

Purchase a rice cooker, to add rice to every meal if and when desired. The interior is non-stick and the little pots are easy to clean. There are a number of styles associated with Chinese cuisine, including Cantonese, Shanghai, and Szechuan. Chinese noodles and steamed vegetables are also popular additions to Chinese dishes. These easy Chinese recipes are often quickly prepared in less than thirty minutes.

5-minute Faux Pho. This is the year that I became obsessed with Pho.

5-minute Faux Pho

There’s a place not too far from me that serves up some pretty amazing pho dishes and I’ve tried just about all of them. It’s gotten to the point where I crave it on cold days or if I’m not feeling up to par. Chicken noodle soup just doesn’t do it for me anymore – I need the spiciness, heartiness and flavor of a really good Pho. I’m frankly surprised that it’s taken me this long to try my hand at it at home.

This being a “faux” pho, however, I suppose I can’t really claim that I’ve made the authentic Pho just yet. What I can tell you for certain is that you will really enjoy this easy Faux Pho. Ingredients 2 packages beef ramen 1 tablespoon fish sauce 1 teaspoon rice vinegar 1 teaspoon sriracha hot sauce 1 egg 1 pound flank steak, sliced very thinly toppings: sliced jalapeno, chopped scallions, bean sprouts, basil leaves, cilantro leaves, lime wedges Instructions Prepare ramen according to package directions.