Buttermilk fried chicken
Sweet and sour shrimp is an impressive yet easy shellfish dish to make for entertaining or even just a weeknight dinner. Eating shrimp can be a luxury, but by making this sweet and sour shrimp recipe at home, you can splurge on yourself a little while keeping to a budget! Crispy fried shrimp goes really well with our sweet and sour sauce. Bell peppers, onions, and pineapple add a nice fragrance. This recipe does require deep-frying, but we have instructions that use less oil!
Shredded Pork Pan-fried Noodles is a delicious dish with Hong-Kong-style crispy noodles and a flavorful pork stir-fry on top. The sauce drips down onto the noodles and makes for a very tasty combination! This noodle recipe features vegetables that pair well with pork, like pungent Chinese celery, sweet carrots, and Chinese chives. You can use pork shoulder, butt, or loin, and serve this for a delicious lunch, dinner, or as part of a larger meal.
These simple Vietnamese summer rolls with shrimp are a refreshing and tasty appetizer or light meal. Just get your hands on the rice paper wrappers, and make these yourself at home! Fresh, crunchy herbs, carrots, bean sprouts, and flavorful shrimp are all wrapped up into gossamer thin sheets of rice paper, and then dipped in a spicy peanut sauce—an ideal recipe for sharing with friends, and for outdoor summer gatherings and barbecues.
Salt Baked Chicken (盐焗鸡) is a signature Hakka (客家) Chinese recipe. This traditional version uses a whole chicken, with salt, sand ginger, white pepper, Shaoxing wine, and fresh ginger. The chicken is baked / roasted in salt, which yields a deliciously tender, juicy chicken! This is a great recipe for entertaining and special occasions—it's a special one!