Rice wine, soy sauce, and a dash of Penang Chinese Five Spice. Just three ingredients for a flavorful Chinese-style marinade. It’s the starting base for our Chinese Gourmet BBQ Pork Jerky, and everything you need to marinate the chicken in this Chinese Honey BBQ Chicken Salad.
We’ve been hearing from more and more of you requesting low-carb or Paleo-friendly recipes. Keep those emails coming, we love to hear from you! For those of you who did contact us, many of you had mentioned that with a diet change, you’ve also craved more flavor – spicier or richer flavors.
That’s when Asian ingredients, like sauces and vibrant spice blends, are fun to incorporate into your recipes to give your dishes that much needed kick. Marinate lean chicken breasts with a combination of rice wine, Penang Chinese Five Spice, and soy sauce (or liquid or coconut aminos for an alternative). Then grill outside for that extra smoky flavor, or keep it simple on a frying pan on the stove. When the chicken is almost cooked, brush on some honey to give the chicken a nice, caramelized sweetness.
Chop up the Chinese Honey BBQ Chicken into small cubes, then toss it with a large bowl of refreshing romaine lettuce, crisp cucumbers, bell pepper, crunchy bean sprouts and scallions.
For the dressing, combine vegetable oil with more honey and soy sauce. Stir in some rice vinegar and toasted sesame oil, and a generous amount of freshly chopped garlic, to create a balance of savory, sweet flavors. Then sprinkle in Japanese Chili Flakes to spice it up.
Enjoy a big bowl of Chinese Honey BBQ Chicken Salad all to yourself, or make it for your next summer potluck!
Just three ingredients for a flavorful Chinese-style marinade. It’s the starting base for our Chinese Gourmet BBQ Pork Jerky, and everything you need to marinate the chicken in this Chinese Honey BBQ Chicken Salad.
- 2 boneless skinless chicken breasts
- 1.5 tbsp low-sodium soy sauce
- 1 tbsp Shaoxing rice wine, or dry sherry
- 1 1/2 tsp of Season with Spice’s Penang Chinese Five Spice
- 1 tbsp honey
- Combine chicken, soy sauce, rice wine, and our Penang Chinese Five Spice in a shallow baking dish, and let marinate for at least 15 minutes (or preferably, keep in a Ziploc bag to marinate overnight in the fridge).
- Heat the grill, brush it clean, then lightly apply oil to the grate. Grill chicken for about 3-4 minutes on each side. When it’s almost cooked, brush the chicken generously with honey and cook until done. Remove and let rest for at least 3-4 minutes. (Alternatively, you can just cook the chicken on a frying pan over the stove)
- As you are waiting for the chicken to rest, whisk all the ingredients for the dressing together. Then chop the grilled chicken into small cubes.
- In a large bowl, toss together chopped romaine lettuce, bell pepper, cucumber, bean sprouts, scallions and the chopped chicken. Pour in the Soy-Garlic Dressing and give everything another toss. Sprinkle with the toasted sesame seeds. Serve immediately.
- Serving Size: 2-4
Slow-Cooked Chinese Five Spice Chicken with Cashews & Shiitake Mushrooms
Jump to Recipe·Print Recipe Since winter started, many customers have been walking into the store and asking, “What do you recommend using in a slow-cooker?” That’s an easy answer – Sichuan Chinese Five Spice. But until today, we haven’t had a slow-cooker recipe up on the site to share with all of you who have requested it. So here’s the first – Slow Cooked Chinese Five Spice Chicken with Cashews & Shiitake Mushrooms. As much as I enjoy stir-frying up a quick meal, during our busiest time in December when we would come home late and hungry, there was always a sigh of exhaustion walking through the front door and into an empty kitchen where nothing was prepped for dinner. I know many of you feel the same way – especially the many parents out there who experience that same dreaded feeling (multiplied by the number of kids you have). READ ALSO: Slow-Cooked Chinese Five Spice Chicken with Cashews & Shiitake MushroomsThis slow-cooker recipe is for the both of us. Because we all deserve to walk in the house after a long day at work, and smell the warm, rich aroma of a home cooked five spice chicken ready […]
Best Canadian Taco
Jump to Recipe·Print Recipe Celebrate your 150 years on earth with this quintessential Canadian Taco Canadian Taco Ingredients 1 lb (500 g) ground beef 1 tbsp (15 mL) vegetable oil 1 pkg Old El Paso™ Stuff Tacos Dinner Kit and Stand(contains taco shells, mild taco sauce and taco seasoning mix) 2 tbsp (30 mL) Canadian maple syrup 1 cup (250 mL) chopped tomatoes 2 cups (500 mL) shredded lettuce 1 cup (250 mL) shredded Canadian Cheddar cheese 1 green onion, thinly sliced 6 slices crisp cooked bacon, coarsely chopped 2 tbsp (30 mL) chopped fresh cilantro Canadian Taco Cooking Steps First have it in a big skillet, heat the oil over medium temperature or heat, cook the beef and the taco with seasoning mix, keep stirring occasionally for about 8 to 111 minutes, or keep stirring until its browned and cooked completely, then you go ahead and stir in maple syrup. READ ALSO: Lobster Rolls Take the beef mixture on a spoon into the taco shells, add it up with lettuce, tomatoes, cheese, taco sauce, bacon, cilantro and prescribed green onion.
54th Street Menu Prices, History & Review 2019
Five Four or 54th Street Grill is an easygoing bar-style neighborhood grill. It has a broad menu that obliges lunch and supper hordes all things considered. Burger joints love the spot for its games bar atmosphere. Televisions everywhere throughout the restaurant playing distinctive games programs engage the cafes. Party time additionally attracts a decent group. 54th Street Menu Prices Below; Item Size Price Munchies Gringo Dip & Chips Five four’s famous house recipe, a creamy pepper jack cheese dip blended with pico de gallo and the street’s secret spices. Served with salsa and tortilla chips. $7.29 Shrooms Fresh jumbo mushroom caps filled with herb and garlic cream cheese, battered and fried. Served with creamy horseradish dip. $7.99 Chicago Spinach & Artichoke Dip Our scratch recipe baked chicago style with imported reggiano parmesan cheese, spinach and artichoke hearts blended in a rich, smooth cream sauce. Served with tortilla chips, salsa and sour cream. $8.99 Tomahawk Pork Wings 3 large pork shanks dipped in your choice of our housemade sweet-n-spicy sauce or glazed with bbq sauce. The pork is slightly crispy on the outside and so moist and tender inside it melts in your mou $9.99 Tequila Wrappers Crispy flour tortillas wrapped […]
99 Restaurant & Pub Menu Prices, History & Review 2019
99 Restaurants is known for their New England style cooking, with any semblance of Boneless Buffalo Wings, Broiled Sirloin Tips and Lobster Rolls featuring their menu. The spot has a decent and comfortable vibe into it, and with the client situated administration group, it never neglects to pull in newcomers and regulars alike. 99 Restaurant & Pub Menu Prices Item Size Price Featured Items Appetizer Colossal Meatball $8.99 Maple Whiskey Sirloin $13.49 Roasted Portabella Mushroom Sirloin $13.49 Tuscan Sirloin $13.49 Chocolate Hazelnut Cream Pie $4.29 Standout Starters Boneless Wings & Skins Sampler $10.99 Ultimate Nachos $9.29 Baked Seafood Stuffed Mushrooms $8.29 Outrageous Potato Skins $8.79 Bruschetta Flatbread $7.79 Mediterranean Hummus Platter $7.59 Seared Steak & Four Cheese Flatbread $8.29 Fried Mozzarella $7.49 Boneless Buffalo Wings $9.59 Boneless Gold Fever Wings $9.59 Lunch Crunch – Served every day until 4 p.m. Fresh Salads Crispy Honey Mustard Chicken Salad $10.29 Grilled Balsamic Chicken & Iceberg Wedge $9.99 Soup & Salad $8.99 New England Fish & Chips $8.59 Baked Schrod $8.59 Broiled Sirloin Tips $9.79 Apple BBQ Chicken Sandwich $9.79 Honey BBQ Chicken Wrap $9.99 Roast Beef Pub Dip $11.29 Prime Rib Sandwich The Classic $6.99 Burgers All Star Burger $10.79 Vermont Cheddar […]
Simple Oven-Baked Stuffing
Jump to Recipe·Print Recipe This is perfect meal to make the day before Thanksgiving, it save you some precious time – and more even sanity! This is also great for Holidays, celebrations such as Easter and New year celebrations. Simple Oven-Baked Stuffing Ingredients ½ cup (125 mL) butter 2 cups (500 mL) diced yellow onions 1 ½ cups (375 mL) diced carrots 1 ½ cups (375 mL) diced celery 2 Tbsp (30 mL) poultry seasoning 2 tsp (10 mL) dried rosemary (or 2 tbsp/30 mL chopped fresh rosemary) 1 tsp (5 mL) salt ¼ tsp (1 mL) black pepper 18 cups (4.5 L) white or brown sandwich bread, cubed (no need to dry it out first) 1 ½ cups (375 mL) chicken or turkey stock READ ALSO: Slow Cooker Chicken RaguSimple Oven-Baked Stuffing Preparation Steps 1. Preheat the broiler to 350°F (180° C). 2. Soften butter in huge soup pot or stock pot over medium-high warmth. Include onions, carrots and celery and cook for 8 to 10 minutes, or until starting to mollify. 3. Mix in poultry flavoring, rosemary, salt and pepper. Keep cooking 2 minutes more. Expel from warmth. 4. In two groups, add bread 3D shapes to […]
Slow Cooker Chicken Ragu
Jump to Recipe·Print Recipe If you love actually did view and loved my Slow Cooker Beef Ragu recipe, then i assure you, you’re definitely going to love this Slow Cooker Chicken Ragu. Its true we all are looking for quick, easy, healthy and deliciously tasty recipes, am I right?! Well the good news is, this recipe hits that nail directly to the head! The preperation time is just 10 minutes, then for the slow cookers, they do all of the work to make this a deliciously flavorful dinner! Slow Cooker Chicken Ragu Ingredients: 1 large onion (sliced) 4 garlic cloves 2 tbsp fresh rosemary (chopped) 2 lbs chicken breasts (boneless, skinless) 1 tsp kosher salt 1 tsp black pepper 2 cups chicken broth ¼ cup red wine 1 can (6 oz) tomato paste 1 can (15 oz) diced tomatoes READ ALSO: Asparagus & Radish Salad with Avocado Tarragon DressingServe with: 12 oz papparadelle pasta or creamy polenta ½ cup parmesan cheese (grated) – optional topping ½ cup mozzarella cheese (grated) – optional topping Slow Cooker Chicken Ragu Preparation steps: Add the onion, garlic cloves and fresh rosemary to the bottom of a slow cooker. Season the chicken with the salt […]
Crock Pot Hawaiian Chicken
Jump to Recipe·Print Recipe Prepared, set, go, it’s Crock Pot Hawaiian Chicken time. Regardless of whether you consider it a crock pot or moderate cooker, it ought to be your closest companion when you’re hoping to make sound, healthy formulas amid the winter. This Crock Pot Hawaiian Chicken is monstrous delectable and will help you to remember those tropical flavors you appreciate in the islands in the event that you’ve at any point been there. This chicken has the sweetness of new pineapple blended with Polynesian/asian flavors including soy sauce and crisp ginger. With a dash of nectar included for sweetness and you should simply include everything into your crock pot to wrap up of the work. READ ALSO: Asparagus & Radish Salad with Avocado Tarragon Dressing If you need to truly make life simple you can include cooked darker rice straightforwardly into your crock pot over the most recent 30 minutes of cooking to warm it up and ingest all the succulent flavors that this dish makes. When you dismantle the bits of chicken out of the moderate cooker the meat is increasingly rich, juicy and delicate then you can envision. Best of all, the formula can without […]
Smacked Cucumber in Garlicky Sauce (Suan Mi Pau Huang Gua)
Jump to Recipe·Print Recipe Sounds oddly cruel to smack a cucumber a few times before slicing it into a dozen pieces, but give it a try. It’s a method in Chinese cooking to bruise the veggie to soften it up, allowing it to mix well with the sauce. This recipe for Smacked Cucumber in Garlicky Sauce – a Sichuanese appetizer commonly found in Chinese restaurants – was brought to our attention by Jean J., one of our most creative customers in the kitchen. With her usual contagious excitement – and possibly surrounded at the time by one too many cucumbers from the garden ready to be smacked – Jean left us this message: READ ALSO: Slow-Cooked Chinese Five Spice Chicken with Cashews & Shiitake Mushrooms“Season with Spice to the rescue tonight! I was craving a recipe that asked for chili oil (Fuchsia Dunlop’s, Smacked Cucumbers in Garlicky Sauce). I lined up all my Season with Spice bottles and began to play. I used a dozen Chili Threads and a generous pinch of ground Bird’s Eye Chili powder. Perfect ~ Delicious ~ I may not ever make the recipe as originally written! :)” Thanks for the recipe idea, Jean! Love […]
Hoisin & Five Spice Pork Lettuce Wraps
Jump to Recipe·Print Recipe A hamburger without a bun looks like the loneliest piece of meat. And a hotdog without a bun will just roll right off your paper plate and onto the grass. It’s the summer holiday dilemma for so many trying to reduce the carbs or gluten in their diet. Instead of choosing between the two, choose something else. Because if you’ve made drastic changes to your diet, then it’s a great time to try new, healthier foods as well. Many of you have contacted me about posting Asian recipes with low-gluten or low-carb diets in mind. So as a healthier alternative to another bun-less hotdog and hamburger summer, start by trying out these Hoisin & Five Spice Pork Lettuce Wraps. READ ALSO: Taiwanese Minced Meat Noodles 台湾肉燥面 Ground pork is stir-fried in a wok or large skillet with a mix of savory hoisin sauce, Penang-style Chinese Five Spice, and a few basic Chinese ingredients like soy sauce, rice wine, and toasted sesame oil. Radishes and cucumber slices are then added in for a fresh crunch. You can enjoy the Hoisin & Five Spice Pork and veggies as is in a bowl. Or pile it on a […]
Kunun Aya (Tiger Nuts Milk)
Jump to Recipe·Print Recipe How to make Kunun Aya (Tiger Nuts Milk) Tiger nuts, Horchata de Chufas in Spanish are abundant most especially in Nigeria and I personally used to eat lots of them in my younger days. Though I have not been able to have them in years till my friend recently reminded me of these great nuts. The Tiger nuts have a nutty milky taste. I can’t even imagine anything that tastes nourishing as it. Not only do they taste really nice, the nuts are fully jam-packed with lots and lots of health benefits which might be of primary interest to you. To eat it as a snack, you just gently chew and suck on the chaff then spit out the chaff. It’s a thing of truth that some people actually swallow the chaff but it is quite difficult for me to swallow that. This is best eaten with peanuts (groundnuts) and the chaff will be softer and easier to swallow, this great tip was from Oluwayemisi and it works! If you happen to buy these nuts outside Nigeria, chances are that they will be dry for sure. All you need do is Soak them in plenty of […]
Taiwanese Minced Meat Noodles 台湾肉燥面
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Strawberry Rhubarb Angel Cake
Jump to Recipe·Print Recipe Using strawberry and rhubarb makes a beautiful music together in this occasionally delicious angel food cake. You’ll add in some orange juice and grated orange peel for a zesty twist. Strawberry Rhubarb Angel Cake Ingredients 1 pkg (430 g) Betty Crocker* White Angel Food Cake Mix 1 1/4 cups (300 mL) cold water 2 tsp (10 mL) grated orange peel 2 cups (500 mL) sliced rhubarb 1/2 cup (125 mL) granulated sugar 2 tbsp (25 mL) orange juice 1 1/2 cups (375 mL) sliced fresh strawberries Red food colouring (optional) 1 1/2 cups (375 mL) whipping cream 3 tbsp (45 mL) icing sugar 1 container (454 g) extra smooth ricotta cheese 1/4 cup (50 mL) icing sugar 1/2 cup (125 mL) sliced strawberries READ ALSO: Chinese Chicken Noodle Soup with Homemade Chicken Stock RecipeStrawberry Rhubarb Angel Cake preparation Steps Move oven the rack to its lowest position. remember to Remove other racks. Then Heat the oven to 350°F (180°C). Using an extra-large glass or metal bowl, beat the cake mix, water and orange peel with electric mixer on a low speed for about 30 seconds; remember to beat on medium speed for about 1 minute. […]
Chinese Gourmet BBQ Pork Jerky (Bak Kwa)
Jump to Recipe·Print Recipe Chinese New Year is an overwhelming experience in Penang, Malaysia. At night, fireworks shoot up from busy roads and explode over shophouses. Hundreds of thousands of colorful lights brighten Kek Lok Si Temple on the hillside. Lions & Dragons dance in the street, moving with the rumbling of drums and the deafening of firecrackers. During the day, the roads are clogged with cars and motor bikes. Families moving from one house to another, visiting with loved ones while munching down pineapple tarts, love letters, almond cookies, peanuts, melon seeds, and endless other homemade and store-bought snacks. Then washing it down with cans of shandy and Tiger beer. In the commotion of my first visit to Reese’s extended family during Chinese New Year, I was quickly introduced to everyone, and handed a fistful of cash-filled red packets called ang pao. Before I could start on the snacks and celebrate my new found fortune, I was hurriedly escorted to the poker table where the aunties and cousins taught me a lesson of what goes up, must come down. My fortune was extinguished in less than an hour. READ ALSO: Asparagus & Radish Salad with Avocado Tarragon Dressing […]
10 Easy BBC Good Food Recipes 2019
The bbc good food recipes has been a very reliable source for reputable, health and very Easy Foo recipes over the years, the company has been in the business for over a decade so we can be sure to get good and tasted services and information from such a firm. In this article, i’lld want to extend their 10 best and easy food recipes for the year 2019, this is arranged in an ordered form, from the best down to the least-best. So here are they…. 10 Easy BBC good food recipes 2019 1. Lemon drizzle cake Out of the listed bbc good food recipes, the Lemon drizzle cake with a whopping 5 star rating from over 1712 readers, it is a great meal i must say, It’s difficult not being able extinguish this classic recipe in just a single sitting, so it would be a nice idea making two at a time lol. Read Full Ingredient and Instruction Here. READ ALSO: Yee Sang (Chinese New Year Prosperity Salad) 2. Chilli con carne recipe I suppose the Chilli con carne recipe should be an amazing recipe to have a taste of, with about 1459 positive 5 star rating. This […]
CrockPot Chicken Teriyaki
Jump to Recipe·Print Recipe We can’t be able to think of much that our kids like better than the the world best CrockPot Chicken Teriyaki recipe! For your most gracious and perfect family feast or holiday, try this CrockPot Chicken Teriyaki recipe. CrockPot Chicken Teriyaki Ingredients: 1 lb. chicken, cubed 1 cup chicken broth (optional; Kylee recommends skipping it) 1/2 cup teriyaki sauce 1/3 cup brown sugar 3 garlic cloves, minced CrockPot Chicken Teriyaki Preparation Steps: 1. Combine chicken broth, teriyaki sauce, brown sugar and garlic cloves in large bowl. 2. Add chicken to sauce, and mix. 3. Pour chicken mixture into crock-pot. READ ALSO: Five-Spice Quinoa Soup with Mushrooms & Kale 4. Cook on low 4-6 hours, or until chicken is cooked through. 5. Serve over hot cooked rice and spoon on extra sauce if desired.
10 Best Canadian Breakfast Food Menu for 2019
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How To Prepare Nigerian Jollof Rice
Jump to Recipe·Print Recipe The Nigeria Jollof rice is without no doubt one among the most easiest of food to make and afford within Nigeria, Africa and the world at large, you’ll definitely want to begin with this if you happen to be new to eating Nigeria foods. Are you a foreigner and married to a Nigerian and maybe looking for an easy way to prepare an amazing African recipe meal to either please of fill him/her? Nigeria jollof is for certain approved all over the world and its ingredients can be visible at most part of the world. This was actually one of the first food I learnt to prepare at my younger age, I bet the same or most Nigerians too, my tactics was not so good but it improved over the years with constant study like you’re doing, reading this post right now. READ ALSO: Slow Cooker Chicken Pot Pie Stew In Nigeria, we have varieties of rice recipes and for sure you’ll find them all on this site, but for this post we will be dealing with the Nigerian Jollof Rice precisely, before we begin to talk about making other rice meals like the popular […]
Canadian Bacon Bagel Sandwiches
Jump to Recipe·Print Recipe In the mood for a grab-and-go breakfast? Try this peameal bacon bagel sandwich for a filling meal that couldn’t be easier to assemble. Canadian Bacon Bagel Sandwiches Ingredients 4 teaspoons spicy brown or country-style Dijon mustard 2 everything-flavoured thin bagels 2 slices (1 oz each) peameal bacon 2 large slices tomato 1/2 cup loosely packed fresh spinach leaves 2 thin slices reduced-fat Swiss cheese Canadian Bacon Bagel Sandwiches Steps Heat the contact grill or panini maker for about 5 minutes. Sprinkle the 1 teaspoon mustard on the cut sides of each bagel. On bagel bottoms, place 1 slice peameal bacon, 1 slice tomato, 1/4 cup spinach and 1 slice cheese. Cover with bagel tops. READ ALSO: Cheerios Maple Syrup Balls Place sandwiches on grill. Close grill, pressing down lightly; cook 2 to 3 minutes or until sandwiches are hot and cheese is melted. Serve immediately.
Maple-Bacon Waffle Bake
Jump to Recipe·Print Recipe Nanaimo Bars have dependably been a most loved of mine, and I wedded a man who adores them much more. When we got hitched, I had my Mom’s recipe and he had his Mom’s recipe and I mixed them together to think of the best! Nanaimo! Bar! Ever! All things considered, in any event as I would see it. BOTTOM: 3/4 cup butter/margarine, melted 1/3 cup sugar 2 eggs, beaten 1/3 cup chocolate chips 2 1/2 cups Graham (hee!) cracker crumbs Mix together and place in 8-inch square pan. Bake at 350 for 12-15 minutes. Chill. MIDDLE: 1/4 cup butter 2 cups sifted icing sugar 2 Tbsp Birdseye (or any) custard powder 1/4 cup cream/milk (as needed to keep soft) Mix together, put on top of the bottom layer, and chill. READ ALSO: Crock Pot Hawaiian ChickenTOP: 3 chocolate squares 1/4 cup butter margarine (melted) Stir together and spread on top with a spatula. Try not to eat the entire batch in one sitting.
Gluten Free Sweet and Sour Chicken
Jump to Recipe·Print Recipe For most guardians with children in school, the late evening pre-supper hours are dependably Savehectic. There are play dates, soccer rehearses, and empowered little personalities to engage. Obviously, there isn’t generally a ton of time to prepare and prepare family suppers, particularly in case you’re working around dietary necessities. On the off chance that this sounds like your normal evening, at that point take a stab at using a slow cooker recipe like this one, which will enable you to get a generous dinner on the table in a matter of moments. This recipe for Gluten-Free Sweet and Sour Chicken is sound, delicious, and with any karma, it will enable you to boost your time with the things that truly matter — your family! READ ALSO: Chinese Gourmet BBQ Pork Jerky (Bak Kwa) Gluten Free Sweet and Sour Chicken Ingredients: 2 tsp corn starch 1 egg white 1/2 tsp salt 1 – 1 1/2 lb chicken tenders 1/4 cup of ketchup 1/4 cup of white vinegar 2 Tbl organic brown sugar 1 tsp fresh ginger (keep peeled ginger in the freezer and then grate right into the dish!) 1 small can of pineapple chunks, juice […]