Steam Tofu With Fish

Steam Tofu With Fish by Cindy

Very simple and yet delicious dish.Goes very well with steam white rice.

4 votes
Bamboo Steamed Salmon with Sesame Oil

Bamboo Steamed Salmon with Sesame Oil by Mihir Shah

This dish came out great. Very healthy and easy because of the steaming. Drizzling the sesame oil over the top at the end really makes the dish. Wonderful!

4 votes
Steamed Rice Topped with Chicken and Mushroom (Nasi Tim Ayam Jamur)

Steamed Rice Topped with Chicken and Mushroom (Nasi Tim Ayam Jamur) by Christine

I experimented making Indonesian style steamed rice topped with chicken and mushroom (Nasi Tim Ayam Jamur) for the first time yesterday. Different from Singapore or Malaysia's Chicken Rice, my version of this dish doesn't use any ginger.

1 vote
The Legend of Pipa Tofu & My Birthday!

The Legend of Pipa Tofu & My Birthday! by Blackswan

Yes, it's my birthday today! To thank all my friends & bloggers for their warmth wishes @ Facebook & to reward readers for their support to this site, I’m gonna introduce you to one of my family's favourite dish. This is also the fave food of one of the China’s Four Great Beauties, Xi Shi (西施). She is said to be “so entrancingly…

1 vote
Steamed Rock Cod with Chinese Green Onion

Steamed Rock Cod with Chinese Green Onion by Joyce Leung

A very simple way to prepare a fish the classic Cantonese style with oil, soy sauce, ginger and green onions.

6 votes
.lamb.. haruf


.lamb.. haruf

2 votes
spicy Thai sea food soup

spicy Thai sea food soup by CHEF ASHRAF ABD ALEEM ELKHARBOTLY

spicy Thai sea food soup

3 votes
Cute Little Steamed Tofu

Cute Little Steamed Tofu by Blackswan

With its soft and extremely smooth texture, the Extra Silken Tofu adds a boast to soup or steam dishes that needs a smooth finishing to enhance the total gourmet taste.

2 votes
Steamed Pork Ribs with Fermented Black Beans

Steamed Pork Ribs with Fermented Black Beans by kitchen flavours

This is really delicious with plain white rice. Rice is a staple food and an absolute must, for Asians. Of course, we do go for noodles and sometimes fast food too, once in a while, but rice remains the main staple food for Asians. One may sit at a dinner table with lavish spreads of delicious meats and vegetables, but it will not be…

4 votes
Sushi Rice: The Recipe

Sushi Rice: The Recipe by Robert-Gilles Martineau

I’ve been asked for some time about the secrets of making sushi rice, or “shari/シャリ in Japanese, but actually there are no real secrets, only a method. The following recipe is professional and involves a large volume. Think of a sushi party before preparing it. There are simpler versions (the Missus is particularly good at it!) and…

1 vote
Lovely Steamed Open-shell Scallops

Lovely Steamed Open-shell Scallops by Blackswan

What do you think of these cute Scallops sitting prettily in their shells? Don’t you agree that they’re great for entertaining? They’re as good as they look!

1 vote
Thai Style Steamed Fish

Thai Style Steamed Fish by Navaneetham Krishnan

Spicy, salty and tangy taste with an aromatic and uplifting fragrance of lemongrass, kaffir lime and coriander leaves.

1 vote
Halibut Over Wilted Escarole

Halibut Over Wilted Escarole by JoannE.

Escarole has broad leaves and is less bitter then other members of the endive family. Despite the difference in appearance, it has almost the same taste as radicchio. High in folic acid, fiber, and vitamins A and K it thrives in the fall growing season *Sea Bass, Salmon or Tilapia can easily be substitute for halibut. The same 8…

3 votes
Steamed Fish with Black Bean Sauce

Steamed Fish with Black Bean Sauce by Nancy Miyasaki

This is one of the recipes I remember most fondly from my childhood. It's a Chinese dish, and I'm of Japanese heritage, so my mom used a large fish fillet as opposed to a whole fish. I know it's probably delicious both ways, but this is a bit easier on the eyes! Season the fish just before cooking...don't marinate...or the fish…

5 votes

Tamales by Michael Montgomery

Tamales OK OK – these do take awhile. The masa goes together pretty quick and if you made Carnitas (see last post), that's already done. The real time is for the assembly and the cooking. Tamales are steamed, so that takes about 1.5 hours. Yes, it is a long time but you don't really have to do much except add a little water to the…

1 vote