Try your hand at the herby, aromatic, and warming Pho soup, a Vietnamese specialty. First, you prepare your own beef stock. It’s easy and besides, you can flavor it the way you want. This time try the spicy and tangy goodies in the ingredient list. Keep the remaining flavored beef stock for later use. Follow the serving steps and be amazed.
Suffering from a cold? Don’t worry, we have the right medicine for you. A protein-rich, warming, and comforting soup made with two types of mushrooms and cooked pulled chicken breast. Increase the warming factor by making it hot: jalapeno, sriracha, and ginger-hot. Sharpen it with soy sauce and lemon juice. There you have it.
This delicious coquelet has Asian cuisine written all over it. It’s a twist on the Korean dish “Samgye-tang” where we traded ginseng for the ginger. Other than ginger, use chili, garlic, and white pepper to spice things. Serve with two sauces made with unmistakably sour and delicious soy sauce, sweet honey, and sesame oil and seeds.
Mouth-watering and, literally, finger-licking. That’s how your friends will describe these hot chicken wings. Give them an Asian touch by tossing soy sauce into the saucepan. Also, spike the sauce with minced ginger, chili flakes, and garlic. A hint of sweet and a few crumbled walnuts, and you’re done.
So simple to prepare and yet so flavorful! This is something so typical to Japanese cuisine. To have Zen on your platter just sear the salmon then cook it in sweet and sour teriyaki sauce. This flavors and enriches the succulent salmon and brings the umami into the equation. Serve the fish drizzled with the reduced sauce.