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Jiaozi (Chinese Dumplings)

Tuesday, February 8, 2011

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Jiaozi (Chinese Dumplings)

Jiaozi (Chinese dumplings) is a traditional Chinese dish that is popular during the Chinese New Year celebration. The pronunciation of this Chinese pot-sticker resembles the sound of a word for money so the tradition is to serve them during the New Year festivities as a promise of wealth and luck in the coming year.

Homemade Sushi: Philadelphia Roll

Sunday, January 16, 2011

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Homemade Sushi: Philadelphia Roll

Making sushi at home is easy, fun and a great way to disguise healthy foods, such as the smoked salmon in this roll. My son loves cream cheese so this roll is an easy sell.

Homemade Sushi: Spicy Scallop Roll

Sunday, January 16, 2011

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Homemade Sushi: Spicy Scallop Roll

Once I realized how easy it is to make sushi at home, I wanted to try making one of my favorite sushi rolls: Spicy Scallops. To make it appropriate for my toddler I decided to cook the scallops. If you or your kids don’t like spicy foods, you can omit the sriracha sauce.

Homemade Sushi

Sunday, January 16, 2011

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Homemade Sushi

Making sushi at home is easier than you think and you can use your imagination, disguising many healthy foods within each roll. Sushi is also very kid-friendly because your kids can help make different rolls, with or without seafood, according to each person’s tastes.

Fish Tikka Masala

Wednesday, October 20, 2010

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Fish Tikka Masala

My family loves our lighter chicken tikka masala sauce so much that we decided to make the Indian curry dish with fish instead of chicken. I knew it was a successful meal when my son devoured the fish just as quickly as he does the chicken.

Tempura

Sunday, September 26, 2010

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Tempura

Tempura is a popular Japanese dish consisting of battered and fried seafood and vegetables. It is light and lacy, different than the typical heavily-fried items we find in the states. It is a unique and fun way to get your family to eat vegetables and seafood.

Kale Wraps

Wednesday, September 8, 2010

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Kale Wraps

These kale wraps are one of the most interesting (and good!) things I’ve had and they are definitely a conversation piece for a party. As you eat the kale wrap, you get a burst of each of the flavors: ginger, lime, toasted coconut, peanuts, red onion and tamarind sauce. I didn’t even notice that I was eating kale.

Teppanyaki-Style Teriyaki Chicken and Steak

Tuesday, July 20, 2010

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Teppanyaki-Style Teriyaki Chicken and Steak

Creating a teppanyaki-style meal at home is easier than you think. Our home-cooked version is full of the flavors that we love but it is much lighter and healthier than the restaurant versions.

Teppanyaki-Style Fried Rice

Tuesday, July 20, 2010

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Teppanyaki-Style Fried Rice

This rice is just a simpler version of my Pork Fried Rice. I’ve added rough quantities to the recipe but I usually make it to taste.

Teppanyaki-Style Vegetables

Tuesday, July 20, 2010

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Teppanyaki-Style Vegetables

Start your teppanyaki-style feast with these veggies while your family is hungry, and before their plates are piled with rice and meats. They shouldn’t complain too much because the teriyaki glaze makes the veggies taste like candy.

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