Tag: stir-fry

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Salt and Pepper Tofu

Like a lot of people out there, I grew up hating tofu. I had been scarred by the infamous “tofurkey” until I moved to Asia and experienced all the different ways that it could be properly prepared. Personally, I think any time tofu tries to masquerade as real meat is […]

Tofu Sukiyaki

Tofu Sukiyaki

Bear with me, because this one is highly adapted. The original recipe is made with classic Japanese ingredients like mirin, sake and dashi soup that you probably don’t have at the ready or feel like having massive amounts of left over in your pantry. But I’ve made this one a […]

Pork Fried Rice

Fried rice has been an ang mo favorite in Asian restaurants for quite some time and it’s one of the few such dishes that is actually popular in Asian households as well. The great thing about fried rice is that it’s largely a left-overs dish. There are many different types […]

Ramen Noodle Stir Fry

I know I give ramen noodles a hard time, but I secretly love them. Like many people, they helped get me through college, and since then I’ve learned to put them to use as the secret ingredient behind many a quick and easy meal. She doesn’t know it, but I […]

Tomato Chicken and Veggies

This is not the fastest recipe, but it’s easy, tasty and the chicken comes out nice and tender! [Prep: 15min / Cook: 20min] Ingredients – 2 servings of white rice (~1 cup uncooked) – 2 chicken breasts –  mixed veggies of your choice (I used broccoli, carrots and sugar snap peas) […]