Category: Chinese

6 Ingredient Bourbon Braised Black Bean Pork Belly · i am a food blog i am a food blog

Black bean chicken, pork, or beef is a Chinese takeout (and eat-in) classic. It comes together pretty fast but slicing the meat to the thinness you need to properly stir fry is a pain. Here we switch up the classic stir fry for a more chill-friendly slow but not-too-slow braise. You can have dinner on…


Pork Belly and Kale Fried Noodles · i am a food blog i am a food blog

Happy year of the pig! Are you guys celebrating? We’ve been eating like crazy, especially all the lucky foods. I whipped up these quick pork belly and kale noodles so that we’ll be super lucky with long life. LOL. Anyway, this is a quickie because I gotta get back to celebrating. We might even hit…


Sweet and Sour Pork Recipe · i am a food blog i am a food blog

If you asked me what my all time go to order for Chinese take away is, it would be sweet and sour pork. No, actually that’s a lie. My all time favorite is honey garlic pork. But this isn’t a post about honey garlic pork, it’s about sweet and sour pork, which happens to be…


How to Make Mapo Tofu · i am a food blog i am a food blog

I’m addicted to the magical combination of silky soft tofu and saucy spicy pork. If you’re in the know, you know what I’m talking about: mapo tofu. The famous Sichuan tofu dish that has plenty of mala, the signature numbing spiciness of good Sichuan food. If you haven’t had Sichuan food before, you might be…


15 Minute Easy Chicken Chow Mein Recipe · i am a food blog i am a food blog

The other day Mike and I were starving. Okay, I guess I was the only one was starving because I’m really the only person in this house who gets hangry. Mike’s more like a lion, the kind of dude that can eat a big meal and then is seemingly okay for three days without eating….


Peruvian Lomo Saltado Actually Comes From Chinese Immigrants

This week, in honor of Hispanic Heritage Month, food writer Carlos Olaechea traces the origins of Chinese-Peruvian cuisine and shares his recipe for lomo saltado. Growing up in Miami, my dad raised me with the idea that almost anything available in this country had its superior Peruvian equivalent. If I wanted to decorate a tree…


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