Archive | September, 2012

Easy Recipe for Roasting Chicken

Easy Recipe for Roasting Chicken

Chicken is one of my favorite meat. There are so many ways to prepare it. Sometimes, though, I don’t feel like making a big to-do in terms of clean-up. So here is an easy recipe for roasting chicken that requires only one pot. Follow these 7 steps and you will have a great meal tonight […]

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Ginisang Ampalaya (Bitter Melon Recipe with Eggs)

Ginisang Ampalaya (Bitter Melon Recipe with Eggs)

Ingredients Needed: 1pc large size ampalaya or bitter melon slice 2 pcs tomatoes slice 2 pcs onion slice 3 pcs eggs 2 tbsp cooking oil Salt to taste Direction: Soak the sliced ampalaya (bitter melon) in a bowl with water and salt for 5 to 10 minutes to avoid too much bitterness. Then drain. In […]

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How to Make Gyoza Dipping Sauce

How to Make Gyoza Dipping Sauce

A few days ago, I posted my recipe for how to make gyoza. What I neglected to do was show you how to make Gyoza dipping sauce. Luckily, it is easy to make and all it takes is two ingredients. Serve with homemade gyoza for a delicious appetizer that’s sure to please. Ingredients Needed: ½ […]

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Chinese Cake Recipe with Fruit

Chinese Cake Recipe with Fruit

A popular Chinese cake recipe is for sponge cake. This is an amazingly light tasting cake with incredible texture that will leave you wanting more. The good news is, that while the recipe is quite involved, it’s not particularly difficult to put it together. Here’s what you need to make my Chinese cake with fruit. […]

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Asian Sweet and Sour Pork

Asian Sweet and Sour Pork

Feeling like sweet and sour pork tonight? There are many variations of this popular dish. But this is a delicious sweet and sour pork recipe that rivals any Chinese takeout. The twist is that the sweet and sour pork is deep fried. It does take a bit of work and it’s important to read through […]

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How to Make an Orange Creamsicle Float

How to Make an Orange Creamsicle Float

If you’re an orange creamsicle float fan, you’ll love this recipe. The base of any float is ice cream and flavored soda such as the traditional root beer or coke. However, we are taking the idea one step further and creating a smooth, delicious treat that will make your taste buds stand up and say […]

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