Tag Archives: Sesame Oil

Pressure Cooker Short Ribs, Korean Style!

Well… technically, this is not just a pressure cooker recipe; it is an all-in-one “Instant Pot/Multi Pot” recipe; where you brown the ribs, then pressure cook ’em to tender goodness and then reduce the sauce to a thick, tasty gravy … Continue reading

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Thai-Style Pineapple Salmon

We were talking about what to have for Easter dinner, and both decided that we could skip the traditional ham or lamb. Then, I came across a recipe for Baked Pineapple Salmon from the nice folk at delish.com, and knew … Continue reading

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Asian BBQ Beef Burritos

This just looked too good not to try: thin (sammich sliced) sirloin steak, slow cooked in a pear, ginger, garlic, and tamari sauce rolled into a flour burrito with rice, fresh herbs, green onion, kimchee, and a spiced mayonnaise based … Continue reading

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Stir Fry Broccoli

Who says I can’t stir fry? Well, as a rule, I do; I often lack a certain strength of conviction to get my wok or stir fry pan hot enough over high enough heat. Thing is, this stir fry doesn’t … Continue reading

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Tamari and Sriracha Tuna Steaks

…with toasted sesame seeds and just a bit of chopped fresh basil on top. Yum. We learned how to make this recipe when we took a seafood cooking class at Sur la Table last fall. Over the course of a … Continue reading

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Sesame Salad Dressing

Looks tasty, no? It is! And best of all, it’s really quite simple: add a bag of chilled mixed lettuce greens to a bowl, then dress with a dastardly simple dressing made with sesame oil(s), rice vinegar, lower sodium soy … Continue reading

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Chop Suey

I had been doing a search for ground beef recipes on bigoven.com, and came across one for chop suey that reminded of a version my mom made when I was a kid. Of course, my mom made hers with canned … Continue reading

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Sesame Noodles

So, I’d made this pretty darned tasty sesame and ginger chicken, and that got me to really wanting a batch 0′ sesame noodles. Fortunately, I still had a bit of hoisin sauce in the fridge leftover from making the chicken, … Continue reading

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Fruit Salad, Thai Style

Looking for something a little different? Cool, refreshing, low fat (but without all those ‘lite’ additives), and pretty darned simple to toss together with stuff you probably have around the house anyway? Then this is the salad for you! I … Continue reading

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Potsticker Sauce

I’ve always loved that sauce that comes with the potstickers in a Chinese restaurant, and was wicked pleased to have come across THE recipe in an old cookbook down in my stacks: 365 Ways to Cook Chinese. The sauce goes … Continue reading

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