Have left-over white rice from the night before? All over the Philippines, Sinangag rice is served as breakfast in homes and TapSiLog (Tapa, Sinangag, Longganiza) stalls that are often 24-hour establishments catering to night workers, taxi, and truck drivers. This recipe is unique to me; everyone I've served it to keeps asking me to cook it for them again. It's a great "energy" food for people who are physically stressed.
Your meat and potato casserole can wait for tomorrow. Fill up the healthy way with seafood and fresh vegetables.
A flavorful vegetarian option for your next stir-fry.
Veggies can sometimes be just as hearty as meat. Make this recipe and you'll have the proof.
Beef with a dash of chili powder for extra flavor and a nice combo of veggies makes this a great dinner stir fry.
Robert’s Homemade Hot Italian Sausage Links are easy to make and very tasty. A couple of these hot Italian sausage links will fill your low carb quota. Extra lean meat, low sodium, no sugar, and full flavor in every bite. Use in any recipe that calls for Italian sausage.
Italian noodles in a stir fry with pork and veggies. This is a version of what's known on the East Coast as "lo mein" and on the West Coast as "chow mein."
Master the art of the stir-fry, beginning with this crunchy, sweet classic.
A hot, healthy Asian-style wrap can be a football game day appetizer or a lunch. (See our "How to roll up a wrap" article.)
For those just starting to stir fry, this is your launch pad. Begin with this basic recipe, then add your own twists--more spice, different vegetables, different meat--whatever you prefer. Soon enough you'll be done with the local Chinese joint for good.
Add Asian flavor to your Asian cooking. Chicken gets a quick marinade in a tea-infused mixture, then cooks up fast in your wok or large frying pan. Serve over rice.
A hearty pile of fish and veggies make a spicy, healthy dinner.