Long ingredients lists, lengthy preparation, and a foreign cooking process often make stir-fries seem impossible for weeknight cooking. For that very reason, cookbook author Pam Anderson set out to demystify stir-fry.
Holy moly do I love ramen. And, by the way, I’m not talking about the “Peel off the lid. Pour boiling water into the cup. Let sit for three minutes. Stir well and serve” variety. I’m talking about huge bowls of chewy, luxurious noodles swimming in a flavorful, savory broth with an assortment of proteins, loads of garnishes, and a soft- boiled egg floating on top. Comfort food of the highest order.
What a treat these were during our recent visit to Newman’s Own in Westport, CT. If you’re not a fan of wasabi in the salsa, feel free to skip it.
This recipe adds a tangy citrus jolt to the mild, sweet, and salty flavor miso provides. Try it first with a mild soybean miso and then experiment with other types of miso if you like; I keep an arsenal close by at all times.
Gochujang and KB Sauce give this pork shoulder a slow burn and soulful umami flavors you don’t normally associate with Southern-style pulled pork. For the full flavor, start 48 hours before you plan to serve the pork. Serve with Kimchi. — Steven Raichlen ON-DEMAND: Listen to Faith and Steven talk about this recipe as well […]
Sure, you can buy kimchi at Asian markets and in the produce section of many supermarkets, but it’s easy—and satisfying—to make at home. You’ll need one special ingredient—gochugaru (Korean chile flakes), which you can purchase at a Korean market or online from Amazon.