Archive for the ‘Asian Recipes’ Category

postheadericon Spicy Ahi Tuna Tartare on Wonton Chips

Has Spring finally sprung?  While it’s been in the 90′s in Los Angeles, I know some peeps are still dealing with snow!  Yikes!  This appetizer always makes me feel light and springy.  It’s also easy to handle one of these babies while holding a glass of bubbly in your other hand.  The crispness of the [...]

postheadericon March Madness Honey Sriricha Chicken Wings

            Whether or not you’re into March Madness or basketball at all for that matter, you’ll go MAD for these sweet and spicy Honey Srircha Chicken Wings.  We just served them at a March Madness party we had and these wings flew off the platter.     Srircha sauce is made [...]

postheadericon Spicy Thai Peanut Noodles

I’ve really been craving these Spicy Thai Peanut Noodles lately so I couldn’t resist reposting this easy, fast and delicious recipe.  These noodles are awesome because you can throw in any veggie you like and any leftover meat (like the roast chicken from dinner last night) for an easy breezy one pot meal.   Follow [...]

postheadericon Chicken Teriyaki Bowl

When I was pregnant with the twins, I constantly craved mashed potatoes, cheeseburgers and chicken teriyaki bowls (I was eating for three after all!)  I craved it so much I came up with this recipe and made my hubby make it for me all the time (in between foot rubs).   As growing-up-too-fast five year-olds, [...]

postheadericon Beef with Broccoli

We just launched my Chef Katie You Tube Channel.  Hooray!  I wanted to share the latest and greatest video with you -Beef with Broccoli – so click and take a peek.  We’ll be posting a new fresh and fabulous Asian cooking video every week so please subscribe and learn how to cook with me!  We’d love your [...]

postheadericon Clams in Black Bean Sauce

There’s something sultry about this dish.  It’s earthy, aromatic, salty, slippery and a bit a spicy.  Don’t confuse Chinese black beans with Mexican black beans.  Chinese black beans are also known as fermented or salted black beans and are made from fermented soy beans.  They are pungent and quite strong so it’s important to soak [...]

postheadericon Indian Cooking Unfolded {Giveaway}

My dear friend Raghavan Iyer just released his newest cookbook Indian Cooking Unfolded.  He is an amazing chef, teacher and author and anyone who meets him basks in the warmth of his smile. Raghavan’s book has been featured in The Wall Street Journal,  NPR and The Splendid Table,  just to name a few.   Raghavan [...]

postheadericon Chinese New Year Menu

GUNG HAY FAT CHOY!!!  Chinese New Year falls on Friday, January 31st!  Welcome to the Year of the Horse.  I wanted to share my favorite dishes for Chinese New Year so you can start planning your own celebration.  I always serve Long Life Noodles for longevity (the longer the noodle, the longer the life!), a [...]

postheadericon Sweet & Spicy Thai Glazed Cashews

I’m throwing a Grammy-viewing party this Sunday and couldn’t think of anything better than to serve these Sweet & Spicy Thai Glazed Cashews from my new cookbook.  People just go NUTS for these cashews.  I love the sticky sweetness from the honey accented by a kick of cayenne pepper and exotic notes from the curry [...]

postheadericon Firecracker Shrimp

Gung Hay Fat Choy!!  Happy Chinese New Year!  Chinese New Year is Friday, January 31st and it is the Year of the Horse.  Chinese New Year is a very special holiday as everything you eat on this day and everything you do determines how your entire year will unfold. Chinese people eat things like Long [...]