1238 recipes for "ginger"
Soy-Braised Beef

Soy-Braised Beef

Jan 29, 2007

Chinese dishes braised in soy sauce are called red-cooked. This one is a satisfying dish for casual fall or winter entertaining. Serve with noodles or steamed rice.

Glossy Glazed Ribs

Glossy Glazed Ribs

Jul 19, 2006

These are flavoured with a Korean fermented hot pepper, soy bean and rice paste known as kochujang. It is available in Korean stores and well worth searching out. However, you can substitute 2 tbsp (25 mL) hoisin sauce and 3/4 tsp (4 mL) hot pepper sauce.

Pork and Pearl Onion Adobo

Pork and Pearl Onion Adobo

Jul 14, 2005

This flavourful Philippine stew, with its mellow mix of vinegar and soy sauce, pairs beautifully with rice or noodles.

Pork and Shiitake Mushroom Burgers

Pork and Shiitake Mushroom Burgers

Jul 11, 2006

Hot Korean pickled cabbage (kimchee) is our favourite topping for this fabulous burger. You can make the Quick Kimchee, buy it at a Korean grocery store or even replace its crunch (but not its heat) with shredded iceberg lettuce and tomato.

Philippine Pork Kabobs

Philippine Pork Kabobs

Jul 14, 2005

The combination of garlic, bay leaf, black pepper and cloves is such a popular seasoning in the Philippines that it is sold in packets at every corner store.

Spiced Poire Hélène

Spiced Poire Hélène

Nov 27, 2009

This classic French pear dessert was created in honour of the operetta “La Belle Helene.” Here, the warmth of spice replaces the traditional vanilla. To develop and deepen flavour, this recipe requires overnight refrigeration. Don't throw out any remaining poaching syrup; use it to sweeten and spice up hot chocolate and coffee.

Japanese Cold Noodle Chef Salad

Japanese Cold Noodle Chef Salad

Feb 1, 2006

You can add other ingredients, such as sliced mushrooms or tofu and finely shredded red or white cabbage or carrots. Toast sesame seeds briefly in a dry skillet.

Vietnamese Pork Chops

Vietnamese Pork Chops

Nov 23, 2007

Sweet-salty-sour flavours infuse budget-friendly pork chops for a taste your family will love. Serve pork thinly sliced alongside reserved marinade as a sauce for dipping.

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