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Recipes that include oyster sauce

Asianesque Brussels Sprouts

Thursday, March 7, 2013

This was a recipe originally post on December 10th in 2008. Can you believe 2008? My initial motivation for the update and re-post was in order to re-do the photos. I’m embarrassed how bad some of the photos from the earlier days were. As soon as I finished re-shooting these photos, I sat down on the couch next to Lon and started eating this bowl of Brussels sprouts. Yum! Then it dawned on me that these brussels sprouts would be good shredded too. As I suspected the shredded brussels sprouts with the same flavor profile is also a fantastic dish, yet it feels completely different. Here’s the new post, old post included with the original recipe (version 1) and a recipe using the shredded method (version 2).

Asianesque Brussels Sprouts


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Luo Bo Gao (Daikon Radish Cakes)

Tuesday, November 24, 2009

One of my fantasies is to become a master dim sum chef. One day, I will move to Hong Kong and do a traditional 8 year apprenticeship, learning every type of dough, every way to fold a dumpling, and become of master of teas as well. One day…right after I become a master sushi chef.

Luo Bo Gau (Daikon Radish Cakes)

When I saw Luo Bo Gao (Daikon Radish Cakes), a dim sum classic, on Asian Dumpling Tips ( a wonderful site by cookbook author Andrea Nguyen), I was happily surprised by how easy the recipe looked. It seemed like the perfect starter dish to learning dim sum.


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Yellowfin Un-Salad Nicoise

Tuesday, August 26, 2008

I happened to have tuna, string beans, and potatoes and I thought, perfect for a Nicoise. But, I wasn’t excited. Nicoise is pretty boring. So here’s my anti-Nicoise, still healthy, but a little Asian influence thrown in for fun. It’s actually three different dishes assembled together to make a yummy dinner. Each is very easy on it’s own. They key is to time it out for all three to be ready at once.

Tuna Un-salad Nicoise 2


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