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- 4 tablespoons vegetable oil, divided
- 1 cup Chinese sausage or salami thinly sliced on a diagonal (about 5 ounces)
- 3 cups chopped Chinese broccoli (1/2 lb.)
- 1 1/2 pounds Manila clams
- 3 cups cooked rice, preferably cold, leftover
- 1 cup cannellini (white kidney) beans, rinsed, drained
- 1/3 cup Pickled Leeks (see recipe)
- 1/2 cup panko (Japanese breadcrumbs)
- 1 cup white wine or distilled white vinegar
- 2 medium leeks (white parts only), thinly sliced
Preheat oven to 400°. Heat 2 Tbsp. oil in a 3-qt. Dutch oven over medium-high heat; add sausage and sauté until brown and crisp, about 4 minutes. Add Chinese broccoli and cook, stirring occasionally, until crisp-tender, about 7 minutes. Stir in clams. Remove pan from heat; add sake. Return pan to medium-high heat. Add rice, beans, and Pickled Leeks. Cover with a lid and bake until clams are opened (discard any that do not fully open), about 10 minutes.
Meanwhile, mix remaining 2 Tbsp. oil and panko in a small bowl.
Preheat broiler. Sprinkle panko mixture evenly over rice and broil casserole, rotating pot halfway through, until top is evenly brown, about 3 minutes. Sprinkle scallions over and serve.
Bring vinegar, sugar, and 1/2 cup water to a boil in a medium saucepan over medium-high heat and cook, stirring, until sugar dissolves. Add leeks and simmer until just tender, 2–3 minutes. Let cool completely. Cover and chill until cold.
Copycat Crab Casserole from Hunan Chinese Buffet
Copycat Crab Casserole from Hunan Chinese Buffet is a combination of crabmeat, cabbage, celery, sweet red bell peppers, mild cheddar cheese, cream cheese, sour cream, mayo, soy sauce, freshly squeezed lemon juice, and a touch of seasoning. The Copycat Crab Casserole from Hunan Chinese Buffet is then baked to bubbly perfection in a 350-degree oven for about 30 minutes.
If you live near the Olive Branch, Mississippi, or Memphis area, chances are you may have visited the Hunan Chinese Buffet on Goodman Road. It’s the Mississippi hot spot for lunch after church and always packed. There’s a Crab Casserole on their American side of the buffet table that my mom loves so much. Every Sunday after church, she piles a little on her plate and devours it, proclaiming it to be good.
While my mom was at work, I decided to make the Copycat version of Hunan Chinese Buffet and surprise her tonight it turned out delicious. It only took me about 40 minutes from start to finish to make it’s so quick and straightforward to put together and only needs to bake for 30 minutes.
Let’s talk a bit about the ingredient crab. Hunan they use imitation crab meat now, some of you wonder what exactly imitation crab meat is? Is it fake meat? What is it made from? Some of you think, oh, heck. No, I’m not about to eat imitation crab meat, heck to the NO!
Those of you wondering what imitation crab meat is made from Imitation Crabmeat is processed seafood made of starch and finely pulverized white fish, aka surimi, then shaped and cured to resemble the meat of snow crab or Japanese spider crab. Compared to real crab meat, imitation crab has less fat and calories. However, it may also contain sodium, food coloring, Potassium Chloride, Sodium Pyrophosphate, gluten, and sugar.
Now, what are my thoughts on this? I think everyone should make their own food choices however, I like to keep you informed on ingredients, Y’all, as you know from following this blog. By all means, if you enjoy imitation crab and it is more cost-efficient, who am I to tell you to pay through the nose for lump crabmeat? Use either-or.
You can easily use either lump crabmeat or imitation crabmeat in the recipe below, whichever fits your budget, or you enjoy most, Y’all. At the Hunan Buffet, they use imitation crab meat, and my mom loves it, so I have made my Copycat Crab Casserole using imitation crab meat. You can use whichever you prefer in yours.
Chinese Rice Soup (Congee)
Splendid Soups: Recipes and Master Techniques for Making the World's Best Soups
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Editor's Note: Meaty and hearty, this recipe for Chinese Rice Soup (Congee) is a great way to add some spice to your next lunch or dinner. The easy soup recipe requires a little bit of prep work, but the results will be worth it. You can serve this soup on its own for a hearty main course it will also be a great addition to your next dinner party with friends. It's also an economical recipe, as you can simply use the leftovers from yesterday's roast. If you like things a bit spicy, then you're sure to love the use of chilies in this recipe!
Many of my books and Chinese friends describe congee as more a porridge than a soup. I think of it as a soup, since the word porridge has an unpleasant Oliver Twist sound about it and conjures up images of low-end British boarding schools. I&rsquom drawn to this soup by the assortment of garnitures rather than the soup itself. Since the soup contains only rice and water, its real function is as a soothing backdrop for sometimes fiery condiments. I use congee as a medium for slices or strips of leftover roast meats, thinly sliced raw meats, and leftover or fresh vegetables. This soup can, of course, be made with broth instead of water &mdash in fact, Chinese-American Grace Young, in her lovely book The Wisdom of the Chinese Kitchen, describes a version made with the broth from the leftover Thanksgiving turkey carcass.
Makes 6 first-course or light main-course servings, depending on which condiments you use
75 Best Casserole Recipes to Make a Comforting Meal for Your Family
If you think casseroles aren't the most exciting dinner option, think again: They're a great way to avoid wasting food while producing hearty family meals on a dime. Casserole recipes are basically the ultimate go-to dinner when you&rsquore in a pinch and are easy to make in big batches&mdashRee Drummond usually makes more than one at a time! And the best part about casseroles is that they&rsquore incredibly versatile and creative, whether you're recreating classic pasta recipes or trying recipes inspired by favorite cuisines (can we talk about all the amazing Italian dinners?).
Most of these recipes will please even the pickiest of eaters&mdashwho could possibly turn down a tater tot casserole covered in a cheesy cream sauce? And don&rsquot even get us started on the chicken Parmesan pasta bake: It'll put a smile on everyone&rsquos face. Of course, there's an endless supply of chicken recipes that play on traditional favorites, like the salsa verde chicken casserole or the chicken cordon bleu dish. Whether you&rsquore trying to use up items in your fridge or you&rsquore putting those frozen veggies at the back of your freezer to use, these easy casserole ideas are heavenly with a capital H. Browse ahead to find your new favorite comfort food recipe.
Arroz gordo, or fat rice from Macau, is reminiscent of paella, which is no surprise considering that Macau was a colony of Portugal, a country that shares many culinary traditions with its Iberian neighbor, Spain. Here, deliciously seasoned rice is studded with bits of duck and sausage and a host of other savory ingredients, all seasoned with a nod to Asia.
Many of the components of this recipe can be prepared separately ahead of time and refrigerated, and in the case of the chicken, up to a week in advance and frozen. All that is needed is a quick reheat and last-minute assembly.
This recipe calls for chicken, pork, sausage, clams and shrimp, but feel free to make substitutions. Plump mussels would be a fine stand-in for the clams, and you could even purchase Chinese roast pork to skip the step of roasting your own. &mdashFlorence Fabricant
Canned clams with fresh corn is an excellent pairing, putting notes of sweet and salty together for a great entrée or side. This clam and corn souffle adds a component of creaminess to the clam/corn flavor profile.
Sick of everyday casseroles, but don't have a ton of money to experiment? Incorporate canned clams! Cooks.com's clam and noodle casserole takes traditional casserole ingredients (like potato chips, noodles, and mushroom soup) and makes a lovely seafood casserole that is filling and flavorful.
Delicious Tomato and Pork Casserole
Tomato & pork casserole, a lovely dinner of tender pork, carrots, & mushrooms in a fresh tomato sauce, all cooked in one pan on the stovetop, multicooker, or oven.
Delicious Tomato and Pork Casserole, tender pork, carrots, and mushrooms in a fresh tomato sauce, all cooked in one pan on the stovetop, multicooker or oven. This is one of my all-time 'go-to' recipes. I love it because the ingredients are incredibly simple and fresh and I keep the flavors simple and true to themselves.
Some recipes are just not meant to be 'fussed' over or messed around with, but appreciated in their simplicity. I often make casserole dishes because they're so full of flavor, easy to make and all in one pan which is always an advantage when it comes to washing up after! You can see a few more of our lovely casserole recipes here.
This dinner packs a punch of tomato flavor, together with the other ingredients of carrots, adding sweetness and brightness to the dish. The pork meat, whilst it is cooking in the sauce, adds it's own flavor and also marries well with the tomatoes. The pork is nice and tender.
Our tomato and pork casserole is a delicious meal, quick and easy, and flexible enough for you to adapt the meat to your liking. I have written you can add some fresh herbs to the recipe, although I haven't done that on this occasion. For example, you could add some fresh thyme, oregano (go easy on that as it is very strong), basil, tarragon etc.
The dish doesn't actually need any more flavors than what is in the recipe, but you can decide for yourself. Please do see the tips on cooking methods, and different meat cuts so you can mix and match the recipe to suit your lifestyle and convenience.
So for this pork and tomato casserole, I've given easy instructions for you to cook this on your stove top, all in one pan, or in the oven or using a multicooker, such as an Instantpot or similar, using the slow cooker or pressure cooker function. Any of these cooking methods will give you delicious results!
You could serve this with your favorite potatoes, pasta, rice etc, or you could also make it into an entire one-pot meal, by adding some quartered potatoes to the pan, and serve a little like a one-bowl easy meat stew. Whatever you decide, please do enjoy, and I hope this too will become a 'go to' recipe in your home!
So let's get straight to the recipe and see how we make our delicious tomato and pork casserole. Please enjoy!
We hope that you enjoy your tour through the on-line, virtual pages of the Janis Gardens Cooking Companion.
Here there are recipes with inspiration from around the world as well as from right next door. Some are long-time family traditions, some are inspired by our dear friends and some are new and original to Janis Gardens. Some are from our collection of cook books. Where ever a recipe is from an outside source, we have included the source on the recipe page.
Give the recipes a try and don't be afraid to experiment to get just the right flavor to suit your own palate..
Enjoy and eat well.
- Aunt Margie's Patty Pan Squash Medley
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- BEAN CROCK RECIPES
- Pressure Cooker Pot Roast
- BBQ Boneless Pork Ribs
- Mongolian Beef
- Thai Food
- Coming soon - Beef Panang
- Teriyaki Stir Fry Pork and Vegetables
- Coming soon - Sukiyaki
- Polynesian-Style Grilled Chicken Breast
- Hawaiian-Style Spamkabob
- Gloria's Filipino-Style Egg Rolls
- Beef Stir Fry ala Gloria
- Coming soon -
- Turkey, Mossarella, Bacon Panini
- Chicken, Ham, Bacon and Swiss Cheese Panini
- Grilled Turkey and Cranberry Panini
- Chicken Gyros
Cooking meals at home is fun, you get the best tasting food and it is economical. But, it is fun to go out and eat too. Join Pattie Sue and Larry as they visit and review eateries about their home towns and in their travels. Visit with Pattie Sue as she samples restaurant fare for her Pattie Sue Food Reviewor, sit down and have a bite to eat with Larry, . that food guy
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Camping food tastes best when you make it yourself from an easy recipe whether its chicken in a ductch oven or some dessert over an open campfire. Try a recipe that your troop has not used before and broaden the breakfast, lunch, and dinner menus your scouts use.
How To : Make Chinese Buddhist casserole with BBC Ken Hom Cooks
Chef Ken Hom shows how to cook Buddhist Casserole. Great clip from BBC show Ken Hom's Cookery.
Learn how to make Chinese buddhist casserole.
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