Easy Orange Chicken Recipe (Homemade!) | Oh Sweet Basil
Do you love takeout but can't find a good one close to your house? Try our Easy Asian Orange Chicken and sit back for a faux takeout meal!
Char Kuay Teow, two-ways
Char Kuay Teow with sweet soy If you know and love Malaysian food, then Char Kuay Teow needs no introduction. In terms of popularity, I would think that Laksa ranks number one, followed by Hainanese chicken rice, and then Char Kuay Teow. These three dishes are commonly found in most menus of restaurants serving Malaysian-style food in Sydney, but more often than not, the authenticity of the Char Kuay Teow is questionable. Char Kuay Teow (CKT) literally means fried rice noodles, but a plate…
Chinese BBQ Roast Pork – Wok Style
In my x years of cooking, I’ve only known one way of cooking chinese bbq roast pork (char siu) – and as the name implies, I would roast it in my oven. The result is often a very tasty …
Failsafe Chinese Dumplings and Chive Pancakes with Dipping Sauce
Dumplings were another dish that we sampled regularly while travelling in China. There was nothing like buying them straight from the street markets, the tastes and smells were an amazing experience. The locals were so quick to make them, it was like an art form. For me, inexperienced as I am, they were rather time [...]
Chinese-style Lemon Chicken (Gluten-Free)
Lemon chicken may be one of those Americanized Chinese dishes, like sweet and sour pork, and chow mein that have become a staple at nearly every Chinese restaurant in the country.
Chinese Chicken and Corn Soup
My family LOVES Chinese Chicken & Corn Soup, so much so that it’s become the soup course for our very traditional Eurpoean Christmas dinner. We also love a good barbecued chicken from the…
Chinese Steamed Chicken with Vegetables – Thermomix Varoma
As I have said before, I love finding old recipes in magazines and re cooking them sometimes even converting them for the Thermomix. This recipe I found in a BBC Australian good food magazine from…
Brag from The Thermominx - Sweet and Sour Prawn stirfry - using the Chinese Stir Fry Vegetables recipe from the Thermomix Everyday Cookbook and modifying to throw the veggies in (hardest to softest) through the hole (7 mins blades speed 1 reverse temp 100) with the prawns going in for the final 3 mins.