Posts Tagged ‘vegetables and mushrooms’

Vegetables-Simmered Rice Vermicelli “Stir-Fry" 蔬菜焖米粉

Monday, July 21st, 2014

This post is a reprint of a post by tigerfish that originally appeared at Teczcape-An Escape to Food.

Whenever we visit Singapore, the flight would typically be the wee hours in the morning, flying in from San Francisco. In our most recent April visit, it was an evening flight instead, coincidentally coinciding with late dinner time at my parents'.

Few days before our arrival, I had particularly requ (Read more...)

Mushrooms Spinach Saute with Noodles and Egg 清炒蘑菇菠菜

Monday, July 7th, 2014

This post is a reprint of a post by tigerfish that originally appeared at Teczcape-An Escape to Food.

Preparing a meal for one (self) can be quite demotivating. Rather, it is wanting the MOST - tasty, nutritious, healthy, from the LEAST - time and effort. When you cook for a family (two of more), the ROI seems to be higher. No?

ROI or "Return of Investment". Consider this - for a little more time and (Read more...)

Spiced Potato Tomato Rice, Indian Biryani-Style 印度式土豆番茄饭

Wednesday, July 2nd, 2014

This post is a reprint of a post by tigerfish that originally appeared at Teczcape-An Escape to Food.

Remember this one-pot Cabbage Rice? The idea of fuss-free cooking where it is best to cook "everything" (carbs, vegetables, protein) in one-pot or one-pan, never fails to inspire me in creating new dishes. Chicken soup turns chicken soup noodles, stir-fry vegetables transforms to a vegetable stir-fr (Read more...)

Easy Healthy Korean Bibimbap 韩式拌饭

Tuesday, June 17th, 2014

This post is a reprint of a post by tigerfish that originally appeared at Teczcape-An Escape to Food.

I found you at last! Without much procrastination, I have to "own" you especially when I do not go to the Korean grocery store that often. A few days after, you are already put to good use.

I have thought about making bibimbap at home for some time. Something is just lacking and you are critical.


The (Read more...)

Mushrooms, Cucumber Noodle Salad 木耳黄瓜拌面

Monday, June 9th, 2014

This post is a reprint of a post by tigerfish that originally appeared at Teczcape-An Escape to Food.

Inspired by this New York Times article, I was keen to make batches of food - not so much about bringing lunch to work but the gist of planning and preparing meal or meal components ahead so for days to follow, there is food on the table without breaking much sweat. THAT is motivation for me.

"Befor (Read more...)

Gado Gado, Vegetables in Peanut-Sauce 花生酱拌杂菜

Wednesday, June 4th, 2014

This post is a reprint of a post by tigerfish that originally appeared at Teczcape-An Escape to Food.

The premonition is strong. We are going to have Gado Gado quite often this summer. In fact, we have had it some time ago when we were experiencing early 85+F heat just about two weeks ago, in spring, here in Bay Area, CA.


How would you dress this? I would almost always do it with peanut-sauce dressi (Read more...)

Shanghai Vegetable Rice 上海菜饭

Friday, May 30th, 2014

This post is a reprint of a post by tigerfish that originally appeared at Teczcape-An Escape to Food.

My friend invited us to her place for lunch to try her Shanghai Vegetable Rice 上海菜饭. I must be in serious need for inspiration and motivation! The next thing I wanted to do after trying this dish, was to try making the same dish! And I wanted to cook it within the same week, with that vivid memory.


W (Read more...)

Garlic Eggplant 蒜香茄子

Wednesday, May 28th, 2014

This post is a reprint of a post by tigerfish that originally appeared at Teczcape-An Escape to Food.

Eggplant is not one of my favorite food/ingredients to cook with, perhaps a misconception that it relentlessly absorbs oil during cooking.

However, that is because I seldom cook with high-heat and super-hot oil in the kitchen, which is how most eggplant dishes are churned out in Chinese restaurants - (Read more...)

Bok Choy with Oyster Mushrooms 青江菜清炒鸡腿菇/杏鲍菇

Wednesday, May 21st, 2014

This post is a reprint of a post by tigerfish that originally appeared at Teczcape-An Escape to Food.

Have you heard some folks saying that the leaves of leafy greens are harder to digest compared to the stems, so it is often recommended - NOT to have them in the later part of the day e.g. dinner? Try to have leafy vegetables for lunch, brunch or even breakfast; so in that way, there is ample time t (Read more...)

Easy Rasam Soup 印度式酸辣汤

Wednesday, May 14th, 2014

This post is a reprint of a post by tigerfish that originally appeared at Teczcape-An Escape to Food.

Rasam soup is a soup that can be enjoyed throughout the year, in my opinion. The warmth and spice is elevating in the cool hibernating temperatures of winter but the sourish-factor can be very appetizing when the weather gets too hot causing a loss in appetite.


This is an easy Rasam Soup that does n (Read more...)