Posts tagged: Chinese Dried Red Chilies
Asian Lettuce Wrap
Try this Asian Lettuce Wrap at Home with your family and friends. The best appetizer that they will surely love. This easy appetizer is perfect for all occasion even ordinary day. Ingredients 16 Butter lettuce leaves 1 pound lean ground beef 1 tablespoon cooking oil 1 large onion, chopped ¼...
Broccoli Salad with Cumin, Garlic and Sesame
Ingredients: 500g/1lb broccoli florets , large florets halved or cut into thirds (3 medium or 2 large broccoli heads, 1kg/2lb in total) 1 tbsp Chinkian Vinegar 3/4 tsp salt, cooking/kosher (if table salt: 1/2 tsp) 1/4 tsp black pepper 1/3 cup extra virgin olive oil 4 garlic cloves , finely...
Lemongrass and Five Spice Tofu
If you love tofu the way we do, you’ve got to try this zesty, bright, savory baked tofu dish. To start, prepare the marinade mixture in a bowl and whisk. Then, pour evenly over tofu and let sit for 1 hour. Preheat the oven to 425 degrees and place tofo...
Soeos Sichuan Rack of Lamb
What makes it Sichuan? Dishes of Sichuan, China are known for their deep, rich and spicy flavors. Especially their usage and taste of the Sichuan peppers, which are hard to find in any other cuisines in the world. Sichuan cuisine is recognized and famous for its spicy and hot flavors...
Chinese eggplant in hot garlic sauce
What’s your favorite Sichuan dish? Sichuan cuisine is famous for it’s spicy and bold flavors. One of our favorite recipes is Chinese eggplant in hot garlic sauce. What’s yours?
Chinese chive pocket
Chive and egg dumpling or “Chinese chive pocket” are a #vegetarian friendly go-to snack in China. Add in a touch of ChineseFiveSpicePowder for a touch of flavor, and dip into spicy chili oil for a delightful kick.
Braised Pork Belly
Pork belly is a boneless, flavorful cut of meat used in cultures all over the world. In Sichuan cuisine, the color of the “Red Braised Pork Belly” comes from being cooked with soy sauce, sugar and other spices to get the caramelized color. Add a touch of rice wine vinegar...
Cumin lamb with Soeos seasoning
This cumin lamb dish is originally from Xinjiang cuisine, a mountainous northwestern province of China home to the ancient Silk Road trade spice route that linked China and the Middle East. This delicious dish uses cumin, whole sichuan peppers, soy sauce and Shoaxing rice wine, all available at Soeos.com