This is based on/inspired by roshi' Kung Wow Veggies. I am always in the mood for chinese and ethnic flavors. It reminds me of lo mein I used to get at a chinese place in Boston. This took about 5 mintues or less and it's so yummy. Thanks Roshi! And thanks me!
Well, my attempt this week to make an Indian style dish ended up in a funk of different flavors that didnâ€™t exactly please the palette. So after having a somewhat unpleasant lunch and getting inspired by an episode of Iron Chef, I decided to take a new direction and make some thing with a little Asian flavor. Iâ€™ve always enjoyed simple, stir-fry dishes, because they reallybring out the flavor of the vegetables, instead of masking them with all sorts of spices and sauces. Thatâ€™s exactly the flavor I was going for with this dish, which has the added benefit of being ridiculously simple to make. For anyone who doesnâ€™t have an hour to prepare dinner, Iâ€™m sure this will be one of your new favorites.
Thick and creamy dressing thats tangy with a nice hint of spice. You could also double or triple the recipe and use it as a dipping sauce for veggies or nori rolls.
K. heres one of my favorite dishes. To compliment or just by itself, Yumm..
No dehydrator or complications. Its great for making your favorite sushis or adding to your favorite mexican or asian dishes.
Based on Sarma’s Sushi rice I’ve madea few mods and variants of this.
K. Basic Idea. Pine-nuts are out of this world here in Mexico at a whopping 800 pesos a kilo sheesh! So I substitute for coconut..
We have summer all year round in this part of the world, “Rojak” ( Malay word meaning : everything being mixed together) is an especially refreshing and appertizing dish. It’s sweet and sour,yet at the same time savoury and spicy. Enjoy!