This is a simple and delicious meal with whole chicken(s) and a few other ingredients – oyster sauce, sesame oil, ginger, shallot and corn flour. For a FODMAP friendly recipe, use only green part of the shallot.
Here are the easy steps:
I grilled some Angus rump steak and served it with an Asian dipping sauce. A lovely meal to share with friends.
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Cantonese loves soups . . . soups for spring, summer, autumn and winter.
My favorite autumn soup is the sword flower soup, cooked with chicken bones, dried sword flowers, carrots, almonds, Chinese dates and Chinese mushrooms.
It is so easy to made – just put all the ingredients with water in a pressure cooker, and it is done in 60 minutes.Read the rest of this entry »
Pork and bok choy dumplings with home made rice and tapioca wrappings (FODMAP friendly, gluten free)
Our friend Bill has gut problems and is on a low FODMAP diet. He posted on facebook today, saying “I am sick of being sad; and sad for being sick”. To lift his spirit, we invited Bill over for some food.
I made some steamed rice flour and tapioca dumplings with pork and bokchoy.
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Thai food always brings back memory of a pink restaurant where I worked for a few years during my university days.
The restaurant was owned by a kind Vietnamese couple – An the husband and Ly the wife. Ly looked after 3 young children and worked in the tiny kitchen every night. An was a full time engineer who managed the dinning room and delivered takeaway food.
When they spoke about their past, I could see Ly’s eyes sparkled, and warm smiles on An’s face. In the old days back home, Ly was known as the ‘Saigon rose’ for her exceptional beauty, and An was a young, well educated officer working for the American army.
I learned to cook some wonderful dishes from Ly. One of my favourite was a ‘xa ot’ dish, meaning lemongrass and chili.
Here is my version of a xa ot chicken.
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