Healthy, moist, and delicious steamed cod. The kimchi combines beautifully with the cod to give it a slightly spicy and tangy flavor.
Tau Sar Bao or steamed red bean paste bun is very popular in East Asia as well as among the Chinese communities in Southeast Asia. These simple yet delicious buns are a common dim sum offering and they are eaten throughout the day. In Malaysia, steamed buns can be easily found in the coffee shops. [...]
Kabocha is one of my favorite squashes and I cannot resist bringing one home when I see it at the grocery stores. It is a sweet squash with a light and fluffy texture. The skin is very hard when raw but once cooked, it is soft and edible. It only takes minutes to cook and [...]
Firstly, I am really excited to share with you that I am being featured in At Home with Rebecka’s Hub Pages today. It is such an honor to be invited by my most gracious and talented host, Rebecka of At Home with Rebecka, to be her first featured guest to share a recipe and a [...]
Okra has a mild flavor but somewhat unusual texture. When cut, it releases a sticky substance that is often used to thicken soups and stews. To minimize sliminess, keeping the pods whole helps. Perhaps one of the best way to eat this vegetable is to steam it. This mild vegetable is delicious dressed with a [...]
Chawan mushi is a much loved Japanese savory egg custard that is comforting and homemade but also found in high cuisine. In Japan, not many restaurants offer this dish and those that do only make a limited number. To produce a smooth custard, it has to be steamed at a low temperature. Rapidly boiling water [...]
No fish dish series would be complete without the steamed fish. Steaming fish is fast, easy, healthy and delicious. Select fish with bright, clear eyes. Some Asian grocery stores have live fish tanks where you can pick out the fish and they will slaughter and dress it for you. If using fillets, make sure it [...]