Month: May, 2015

Wild Hearts Mille Feuille @

Do you have a Valentine who you want to make something for? I don’t necessarily mean a romantic partner. It could be that wonderful friend that you adore that just gets you, or that friend that is always there for you when you need them. Cast away any traditional notions, make them your valentine and make them this Wild Hearts Mille Feuille cake that is simple but gorgeously tasty!

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fastnacht kuechles

grandmas’ recipes are always the best, and my grandmother’s fastnachts have always been one of my favorites                                                                         laissez les …

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Shanghai Smoked Fish, Xun Yu (上海熏鱼)

Shanghai Smoked Fish (Shanghai Xun Yu, 上海熏鱼) may be fried, but it’s definitely not smoked. In Shanghai, it is a cold appetizer loved by locals and visitors alike––fried fish soaked in a sweet soy sauce. While it’s eaten all year long, every family in Shanghai also considers it a must-have for Chinese New Year.

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Chinese Fried Pigeon (Squab), A Hong Kong Favorite

Chinese Fried Pigeon (Zha Ge Zi, 炸鸽子) or Chinese Fried Squab (Zha Ru Ge, 炸乳鸽) is an incredibly special dish and a Hong Kong classic. It has disappeared from many US Cantonese restaurant menus in recent years, so this recipe aims to preserve this cooking method for future generations.

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Taco Salad Meal Prep

Easy and healthy taco salad meal prep bowls you can make ahead for dinner or lunches with savory seasoned ground beef, fresh lettuce, cheese, and pico, and chipotle ranch dressing.

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Instant Pot Chicken Noodle Soup

Instant Pot Chicken Noodle Soup – The best, easiest, and quickest homemade chicken noodle soup you will ever make in your pressure cooker! Tastes just like mom’s cozy, flu-fighting, homestyle soup!

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Shandong Pork and Fish Dumplings (Jiaozi)

This recipe for pork and fish dumplings Jiaozi comes from the Northern provinces of China, where dumplings are the star of every family’s Chinese New Year’s Eve celebration. The mix of pork and fish is a wonderfully savory combination, with a mild flavor and texture that makes these dumplings pillowy soft inside.

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Crispy Fried Flounder, Chinese-Style

Meta description: Chinese crispy fried flounder or gan jian long li (干煎龙利) is a relatively easy Chinese fish dish to make at home. Serving a whole fried fish like this crispy fried founder is ideal for special occasions and Chinese New Year feasts.

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classic guacamole

Just in time for the Big Game, I’m here with my super quick {ready in just 10 minutes!} and utterly delicious guacamole recipe. Check out my 6 Tips for the Best Classic Guacamole and you’ll have all of your guests dipping and raving!

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Sweet Fermented Rice, or jiu niang (酒酿), is a versatile Chinese specialty that can be added to both sweet and savory dishes. Fermenting rice at home isn’t actually that complicated, and it’s a great treat for special occasions.

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