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postheadericon Bulgogi Pizza Recipe

Bulgogi Pizza Recipe I was inspired to create this bulgogi pizza recipe when my hubby Matthew and I were devouring a giant platter of Korean Fried Chicken Wings in LA’s K-town.  The Korean fried chicken wing glaze is the perfect balance of sweet-hot thanks to the gochujang paste (Korean fermented red pepper paste) and honey.  I [...]

postheadericon Chap Chae (Korean Noodles) Recipe

Chap Chae (Korean Noodles) Recipe October 6th is National Noodle Day so use your noodle and whip up this delicious and easy Chap Chae (Korean Noodles) recipe!  Chap Chae is a popular Korean noodle dish which is delicately seasoned with soy sauce, garlic, sugar, sesame oil and scallions and is oh, so flavorful.  You can substitute [...]

postheadericon Green Curry with Prawns

Green Curry with Prawns There’s nothing like coming home to a house filled with the complex and layered aroma of a green curry dish.  I know it sounds complicated but this Green Curry with Prawns recipe is so easy even my seven year-old daughter Becca knows the steps, “Hey mom, aren’t you supposed to add the [...]

postheadericon Lemongrass Chicken Curry Recipe

Lemongrass Chicken Curry Recipe I recently received a request (thanks Julie!) for a green curry paste recipe made from scratch.  I debated on whether or not I should include a recipe for homemade green curry paste in my last cookbook, “Everyday Thai Cooking” but ultimately chose not to as many people I know would rather buy [...]

postheadericon Raspberry Ginger Lemonade Recipe

Raspberry Ginger Lemonade Recipe With school starting in a few weeks, I wanted to post one last refreshing drink to savor over these precious remaining summer days (or nights, especially with the addition of vodka!).  Raspberry Ginger Lemonade is easy to make, light and refreshing.  If you have frozen raspberries on hand, you can whip this [...]

postheadericon Soy Ginger Chicken Wings

My husband Matthew is a chicken wing fanatic so I always whip up a batch of these easy, delicious and flavorful wings if he’s had a long day.  I bet you have all (or almost all) of the ingredients for this recipe in your pantry right now. These wings are marinated in soy sauce, honey, [...]

postheadericon Shaking Beef Made Easy

What’s shakin’ baby?  It’s this recipe for Shaking Beef!  This is one of my favorite recipes from my cookbook, “Everyday Thai Cooking.”  Although this recipe originated in Vietnam it has become a popular dish in the Issan province of Thailand because of its large Vietnamese population.  The reason it’s called “Shaking Beef” is because you [...]

postheadericon General Tso’s Chicken

Want to get your family to stand at attention?  Why not whip up this restaurant favorite tonight?  Although General Tso’s Chicken takes a couple of more steps than a simple stir-fry the results are worth it.  This sweet and slightly spicy dish is so delicious you’ll friends and family will be clamoring for seconds and [...]

postheadericon Lemongrass Thai Salad

I had such an amazing time making this refreshing and gorgeous Thai Salad from my cookbook, Everyday Thai Cooking, on Hallmark Channel’s Home & Family show the other day!   It’s filled with vibrant colors and interesting textures from the purple cabbage, coconut, green beans and crushed peanuts.  And then there’s the dressing…wow!  The yummy salad [...]

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Hi! I’m Katie Chin, an Asian food expert, cookbook author, tv host and food blogger. I'm also a mom, so I know what it takes to get dinner on the table in a busy household. I specialize in everyday Asian recipes for real people on real schedules and real budgets. more

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