Archive for the ‘Recipes’ Category

postheadericon Thai Steak Salad

I’ve been in my hometown of Minneapolis this week and had the pleasure of making an appearance on KARE-11 TV with the fabulous anchor Pat Evans!  He was a great friend of my mom Leeann’s so I was especially honored to be visiting his set.   Click here to view my cooking demo on KARE-11! I covered  [...]

postheadericon Walnut Shrimp

As many of you may know, I recently launched my Chef Katie Chin You Tube Channel.  I couldn’t resist sharing this recipe for Walnut Shrimp again since we just posted the video on how to make it on my channel.  Check it out here and please subscribe to my channel!   If you’ve tasted this citrusy, creamy [...]

postheadericon Chicken Chow Mein

Someone just asked me to name my ultimate comfort food.  This is a tricky question because I love so many different kinds of foods that give me comfort (wait, is chocolate a food?) but my hands down favorite comfort food is a steaming bowl of Cantonese Chicken Chow Mein.   My late mother used to [...]

postheadericon Prawn and Mango Salad

I was so excited to appear on Good Day LA recently to demo light summer salads with hosts Araksya Karapetyan and Marla Tellez! I made this easy and delicious Prawn and Mango Salad from my cookbook, “Everyday Thai Cooking” made with juicy fresh mangos, red pepper, cucumber, cilantro, crushed peanuts, tender shrimp tossed in a sweet, [...]

postheadericon Japanese Style Stir-Fried Vegetables

The twins are graduating from kindergarten this week (Yikes! How did that happen?) and we’ve got recitals and all sorts of end of the year craziness happening so I was just thinking about something easy to make for dinner tonight. I don’t really have time to go to the grocery store and remembered that [...]

postheadericon California Roll

Yup, that’s how we roll. Who doesn’t love California Roll? I still have friends in LA who are squeamish about raw fish (I know, how can this be?) but I don’t know anyone who doesn’t love the sweet, fluffy, sticky, crunchy and salty goodness of a California Roll. One of my proudest [...]

postheadericon Pepper Steak

Growing up in the Midwest, most of my friends considered their mom’s meatloaf or pot roast to be the ultimate comfort food after a crummy day at school or losing a track meet (something that never applied to me because I was more of the marching band clarinet type rather than athlete type.  I know, [...]

postheadericon Kung Pao Tofu

Looking to put the POW in your Kung Pao?  Look no further because my simple vegetarian take on this classic Szechuan recipe is loaded with yummy flavors from the sesame oil, rice vinegar, soy sauce, srircha and Chinese rice wine and some POWerful protein from the tofu and peanuts.  For a vegan version, just replace [...]

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 Cherry Chipotle 5-Spice Beef Skewers

My friend and fellow food blogger Erika Kerekes recently launched a line of amazing tangy gourmet sauces called Not Ketchup.  They’re made with fruit – like cherries, blueberries and dates – instead of tomatoes as well savory spices and cider vinegar to give it a tart kick.  One taste and I was hooked.  I’ve tried [...]