Watch this hilarious energetic video on how to cook Chinese style Beef and Broccoli. Also learn some tips on how to sharpen your blade without buying expensive equipment and how to make your dish look more delicious.
2. Steamed Sea Bass
This whole sea bass is first steamed to perfection, before hot garlic oil is poured over the skin to make it wonderfully crisp. Then lashings of ginger and scallions give the fish a delicious fresh and sharp flavor, and finally, a sweet soy sauce dressing is poured over the fish to make this seabass perfect for any dinner party. Join Lewis Nguyen and his Mum in this Grokker Premium Video, as they shares some of their own family's Vietnamese secrets.
3. Prawns Simmered in Garlic and Tomatoes
This classic Vietnamese prawn dish is quick and incredibly easy to make. A wonderful marinate of garlic, sugar, and shallots flavors the prawns, which are then tossed in a delicioustomato based sauce, which is then finished with some crunchy scallions, absolutely perfect for any occasion! Join Lewis Nguyen and his Mum in this Grokker Premium Video, as they shares some of their own family's Vietnamese secrets.
4. Chinese Broccoli with Oyster Sauce
Very simple, quick, and delicious vegetable dish that uses Chinese broccoli and oyster sauce to create a bright colorful green dish. Author of The Hakka Cookbook, Linda Lau Anusasananan shows another under 30 minute recipe in this Grokker Premium video.
5. Cubed Pepper Steak with Red Rice
"Shaking Beef" is simple to cook yet layered with the aromatic Asian flavors of garlic, soy sauce, oyster sauce, sesame oil, and chili. In this Grokker Premium video Vietnamese Cuisine Chef Lewis Nguyen shows you how to quickly prepare this timeless favorite.
6. Braised Chicken With Vegetables
There are a few different versions of jjimdak in Korean cuisine, depending on the region it comes from and the ingredients used. The popular Andong jjimdak is a special dish from the city of Andong.
7. Turkey Green Bean Stir Fry
Looking for a quick and easy way to feed your kids vegetables without the mess? This recipe for a turkey and green bean stir fry is perfect because the green beans are chopped so tiny that the kids can't pick them up and throw them around! Expert Food Blogger Joanne Choi also adds a lot of Asian flavors to make it sweet and salty that is pleasant for kids. They'll love it! This is a Grokker Premium video for the series, Easy Meals for the Busy Families.
8. Thai Stir Fry Pork With Thai Basil Leaf
A spicy aromatic pork dish that surprises every time. An easy to cook pork thai food recipe that uses chili and basil leaf to great effect. Pad Ka Prao
9. Pad See Ew - Hot Thai Kitchen!
Extremely popular and immensely satisfying noodle dish! Chewy rice noodles pan fried with Chinese broccoli and egg. It's one of the most popular lunch items for Thai people, and is commonly found on street-side lunch eateries in Thailand.