A spicy Chinese sauce that is served over steamed rice. You can adjust the level of spiciness by adjusting the amount of sesame oil. This recipe more closely matches the heat found in the medium mix found in Japanese and Chinese grocery stores. This recipe has the depth of flavor that makes this dish so unique. In addition, unlike the box, I can adjust the spiciness to match the tender palates that seem to plague my family.
Panfried Pork Dumplings to be exact--these are the potstickers just like the ones you would find at your favorite Asian restaurant. I have worked on this recipe in my own kitchen for quite some time now and I think it's finally right. If you and your friends like potstickers, you are sure to love these. It's essential you get real Napa cabbage from your grocer, no substitutes!
My family wants me to make this every time we get together. My father-in-law prefers it to a restaurant's. It takes quite a bit of time but worth it in the end, especially when you see smiles from family. You could also use Chinese-style sausage instead of SPAM for better taste.
Amazing Asian flavors in a filling pork chops dish. A classy-looking choice for date night.
Garlic lovers, here's the pork fried rice recipe for you. Great recipe for beginning cooks, this fried rice takes one skillet and only a few ingredients.
This easy sauce can be served with chicken in batter or crispy pork balls, with egg fried rice or just fries. Totally up to you.
A tasty sauce covers this pork and sugar snap pea stir fry, and soaks into your rice too. A delicious plate of food that cooks faster than it would take to drive to the local Chinese joint.
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."
Who says the Irish get a monopoly on stew? This big pot of pork and veggies is flavored with popular Asian spices like ginger, soy sauce, and star anise (secret ingredient of sambuca, absinthe and other tasty liquors).
You're a busy guy. You've got ballgames to watch, beer to drink, dogs to pet. So maybe you don't have hours to sit by a smoker. Tasty ribs can still be yours with this fast grill-to-oven method.
A simple mix of Chinese flavors packs a big punch in this tasty pork tenderloin.