My hubby is a freak when it’s comes to Eisbein and buys it every week. Whilst I don’t post it every week I was dying to try Gail Haiselsteiner’s recipe because my mouth’s been watering ever since she posted it. Glad I did. Gail’s Eisbein had a German theme (Go figure 😊) I opted for Chinese flavorings, but left her recipe fairly intact. It was delicious! Continue reading
I’m tasked with making my son’s (who doesn’t live with me) lunch everyday. He has decided to become a vegetarian. Continue reading
Vegetable Hakka noodles are also more commonly known as Vegetable Chow Mein. This is a popular Indo-Chinese dish. Recipe will serve 2. Continue reading
I always try to get out of making Chinese Food, despite it being my speciality, because preparation is somewhat of a menial task but I gave in today and made a fairly simple PINEAPPLE BEEF. Continue reading
5 chicken fillets cut in strips.
Marinade with lemon and herb spice and lemon and black pepper seasoning.
Marinade for 30 minutes or more Continue reading
Another request for lunch on Sunday was Chow Mein. I opted for Beef Chow Mein but you can use any meat of your choice. The recipe and method stays the same, although I might mention that I tend to be a tad more generous with the Oyster sauce when making beef. A very popular Chinese take-out which never fails to please. Continue reading
After my family enjoyed my Chinese BBQ’d Pork 2 weeks ago (Char Siu) my brother asked me to make it again for his girlfriend who was coming for lunch today.
I said I would rather make something different but with similar flavours (which I’ve made before). Another popular Chinese dish, Hoisin Pork. Continue reading
This is a variation to my usual Char Siu Pork which is made with pork fillet, grilled on a rack and sliced very thin. It is a very popular Chinese dish. This marinade is excellent with ribs as well and can be used as a sauce. As a side I served a 3 cheese cauliflower and broccoli au gratin, very decadent Continue reading
5 medium chicken breasts cut into pieces
1/2 cup low sodium soy sauce
1/2 cup rice wine Continue reading
Still staying with the Asian theme I decided on another favorite of mine. A Japanese dish, but popular on Chinese menus. Teriyaki Chicken. I served with egg fried rice and Mushroooms in Blackbean Sauce. Continue reading