This week’s recipe was a little fancy, but then again we are approaching our 2nd anniversary on Friday! What did you think? Were you able to find snow pea shoots or did you have to come up with a substitute? Leave us your thoughts and/or a link to your blog post below.
Happy Wednesday! Today is an exciting Wok Wednesday because we hit 500 members yesterday! It’s only appropriate that we celebrate with a classic stir-fry. This dish was a hit in my house, and it was so easy to prepare that I know I’ll be making it again.
What did you think? Did you substitute beef for lamb? Leave your thoughts and/or a link to your blog post below.
Next month marks the two-year anniversary of Wok Wednesdays and we’re going to celebrate in style. We’re kicking things off with a giveaway for a great set of prep tools – a kinpira peeler, a negi cutter, and Thai julienne peeler. All three tools will help you shred and slice your way to stir-fry perfection!
All you have to do to enter is leave a comment on this post answering the following question:
What is your favorite non-Asian stir-fry to make? OR What non-Asian stir-fry would you like to learn? (Example – chicken cacciatore or pasta carbonara)
You have until 11:59pm EST on Sunday, April 20th to enter. One entry per person and the winner will be chosen at random from the comments.
As always, many many thanks to the incredible Tane Chan of San Francisco’s The Wok Shop for providing the prizes for this giveaway.
Happy April! Hopefully you are defrosting in your part of the world, but if there is still snow on theme ground I hope you found a bit of spring in this week’s dish. What did you think? Are you a fan of Chinese Five-Spice?
Leave your thoughts and/or a link to your blog post below!
This week’s recipe was a two-parter, and judging from early reactions the barbecued pork was a hit! What did you think? Leave your thoughts and/or a link to your blog post below.
This week’s recipe utilized one of my favorite Chinese vegetables, yau choi. A fairly simple preparation, I’ve served this stir-fry alongside flank steak, pork chops, or even had it as an afternoon snack. What did you think? Were you able to find yau choi or did you have to substitute?
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I just love fried rice recipes, how about you? This particular recipe is drawn from the Cuban-Chinese diaspora. Chinese immigrants are a distinct minority in Cuba and their cuisine is much loved throughout the island (I’ve visited Havana and was fortunate enough to try some many years ago).
What did you think about this week’s recipe? Leave your thoughts and/or a link to your blog post below!