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Thanksgiving is over, Again the turkey was dry, yes heard about the fried turkey but the risk is way to risky. Ok the stuffing, mash potatoes and fravy, the sweet potatoe whatever, the pecan or apple pie. The same thing year to year. Then on Christmas a nice tender sweet ham with a pineapple glaze, mash potatoes and maybe a cheese cake. New Years celebrated with maybe nice lobsters or a juicy rib eye steak or prime rib dinner.
Nothing against traditional cooking during the holidays, but NOW I want to introduce my theme for 2017 "
So, whats on the food agenda for 2017? Did you ever think that other than Hot Sauce from Louisiana, Asia may have some of the hottest sauces and pastes of course other than the famous Sriracha Hot Chili sauce
Hot Sauces are the newest rave. They add a new dimension of flavors to your ordinary meal. Hot sauces mixed with herbs like Chinese basil adds a zest to any existing dish while not burning your tongue to shreds. Just a little with any ordinary sauce give just the right bit and brings out the sweetness of your foods.
Here's a simple method. Take some ketchup and add a dash of chili paste with basil to ordinary shrimp size 16-20 (16-20 shrimp will weigh approx 1 lb). Leve the shell on the shrimp but cut thru the shell to devein them and saute with fresh garlic and a little oyster sauce and stir fry the shrimp and pour it over aromatic jasmine rice.
Simply delicious, its that easy! The base is ketchup, yep Heinz Ketchup.
We offer both oyster sauce and chili paste with garlic and basil.
Give it a try. I'm here all day for any questions.
Has anyone tried Chicken Satay? It yummy and delicious with the flavor of peanut, coconut milk and a dash of chili sauce.
Have you purchased chicken brest and finding out whenever its cooked, its tougher than nails and wonder how the Chinese restaurants make the chicken sooo tender? Secret, they're not using dark meat.
Ever wonder why when you try to cook Chinese at home making your favorite dish and it doesn't quite taste the same?
Did you know the mere mention of CURRY drives people away. They think of Indian Curry, but the reality is that curry is made all over the world and has a multitude of different flavors.