These crispy scallion pancakes have all of the traditional appeal of their restaurant namesakes, with more flavor and texture thanks to sesame oil and sesame seeds and less greasiness than what is often served in Americanized Chinese restaurants.
Defined by the umami flavors of gochujang (a pungent spicy condiment made from fermented soybeans and sticky rice) and the slow burn of hot pepper powder, Korean barbecue satisfies our inexhaustible hunger for barbecue, fire, and spice.
From Faith: As my pal Roma Baran says, “The ingredients for this dish could be put on grass clippings and it would be good.” That about sums it up. This is the kind of Chinese inspired dish that would please even die-hard meat eaters because of its chew and flavor portfolio. We’re passing it on to […]
This hoisin sauce is simple to make. It’s two doctored up Asian sauces mixed together. Andrea Nguyen says she “got the idea from Charlie Hong Kong, an Asian-fusion fast food joint in Santa Cruz” (her hometown).
From Faith — We’ve made this Cilantro-Garlic-Scallion Salad four times already at our house and see no reason to stop. The fact is, we want the sauce on everything, so we serve this as a side salad, or add things to make it a main course. What’s fabulous about this salad is the clean, fresh […]