This is one of those one-pot meals that are extremely easy to make and extremely tasty. The magic happens during the last bit of simmering when the starches released from the rice cakes combine with the liquid cooked out of the napa cabbage to create a velvety, luscious sauce. It is satisfying and oh so very delish.Read More
This is hands down one of the our favorite dinners at my house. The aromas of ginger, garlic and scallions permeate every component of the dish, resulting in a dish far more than the sum of its parts. It is really, really spectacular.
I'm talking about Chinese (Hainan) Chicken Rice! This recipe is my adaptation of the dish that originated from Hainan province in China, made famously popular in Singapore. I say 'adaptation' because it is far less lengthy compared to the authentic version where a whole chicken is typically poached and as many as three sauces prepared.Read More