Posts Tagged ‘Comfort’

Lo Mai Gai

It takes some time to prepare the ingredients for lo mai gai, but the actual assembly is really quite easy. Make up a single or double batch on a Sunday and freeze it for a quick and easy lunch option for the work week. Or make smaller, appetizer-sized packages (chun chu gai) to serve with […]

Hong Shao Rou

3 to 4 servings Ingredients Pork butt, cubed — 1 1/2 pounds Gingerroot, thinly sliced — a 1/2-inch piece Whole star anise (optional) — 2 Sugar — 2 teaspoons Salt and pepper — to taste Stock or water — 1 cup Dark soy sauce — 1/4 cup Rice wine or sherry (optional) — 1-2 tablespoons

Bográcsgulyás(Hungarian beef and pepper stew)

Bográcsgulyás (boh-GRACH goo-YAHSH), or goulash, is one of the classics of Hungarian cuisine. Variations of this basic dish are popular throughout Central Europe. Bogrács is Hungarian for “kettle”, and gulyás was originally the word for “cowboy.” Today goulash refers to both the herdsmen and the stew they first cooked in their kettles. 6 to 8 […]

Adobong Manok(Filipino chicken in vinegar sauce)

Adobong manok, often called “chicken adobo,” is often considered the national dish of the Philippines. Its origins are with the Spanish colonizers — adobo is the Spanish word for a marinade — but Filipinos have happily adapted it as their own. The vinegar marinade makes a dish that stores very well in the Filipino heat. […]

Soon Dubu Jjigae (Korean spicy tofu stew)

4 to 6 servings Ingredients Oil — 2 tablespoons Garlic, minced — 2 tablespoons Korean pepper powder — 1 tablespoon Beef or chicken stock — 4 cups Cabbage kimchi, shredded — 1 cup Soy sauce — 1 tablespoon Silken tofu, cut into 1-inch cubes — 4 cups (2 pounds) Clams, chopped, with juice — 1 […]

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