We’ve been doing a lot of cooking over at The BamaSteelMagnolia’s™ Bistro. No, really…a whole lot! I’m really sorry I haven’t been giving you a heads up on what’s cooking over there, but around the time I posted my last recipe reference post a tornado hit our area (once again!) and Tall & Handsome and… Continue reading On the Menu at The BamaSteelMagnolia”s™ Bistro–Cashew Chicken
Today I’m sharing a new Chinese stir fry over at The BamaSteelMagnolia’s Bistro. Chinese New Year started on Jan. 23 and it just happened to coincide with a strong hankering Tall & Handsome and I had for Chinese. T & H gave Stir Fried Pork with Honey, Ginger and Lime a thumbs up, so we’ll… Continue reading On the Menu at The BamaSteelMagnolia’s Bistro–Stir Fried Pork with Honey, Ginger and Lime
If you’re looking for a yummy updated version of Mongolian Beef I’m serving that up on the menu over at The BamaSteelMagnolia’s™ Bistro. Stop on by over there and check out the recipe. T & H and I had it for dinner this evening…and will probably enjoy leftovers tomorrow. Yay for not having to cook!… Continue reading On the Menu at The BamaSteelMagnolia’s™ Bistro–Mongolian Beef Updated
One of my favorite Chinese soups is Hot and Sour Soup. If you’re like me and love this soup check out the recipe I have today at The BamaSteelMagnolia’s™ Bistro. It’s an easy and yummy recipe for this Chinese standard.
Today over at The BamaSteelMagnolia’s(TM) Bistro I’m serving up several Chinese recipes that have kept Tall & Handsome and I busy and full since the first of the year. I start out with Asian Fantasy that gives a little background and suggestions for the recipes that follow. I follow that with recipes for Mongolian Beef,… Continue reading On the menu at The BamaSteelMagnolia’s(TM) Bistro – An Asian Culinary Fantasy, by Beverly Hicks Burch
Thanh’s Mongolian Beef ¼ c. peanut oil ½ lb. beef sirloin tip, thinly sliced 2 teaspoon brown sugar 2 teaspoon cornstarch ¼ teaspoon salt ¼ teaspoon MGS (I usually omit this ingredient from recipes for obvious reasons, especially because of my autoimmune disorders and the fact MSG is a major cause of migraines.) ¼ teaspoon… Continue reading Thanh’s Mongolian Beef, by Beverly Hicks Burch
Kung Pau USA By Beverly Hicks Burch Tell the children to leave the room. Their eyes just may be too young and tender to read and accept the following…the Fortune Cookie is not Chinese. If you travel to mainland China, good chances are, you will have a hard time finding a fortune cookie. In Hong… Continue reading Kung Pau USA, by Beverly Hicks Burch
Bev Burch’s Beef and Broccoli Real Chinese-American Food By Beverly Hicks Burch 1 pound lean beef sirloin tip, trimmed of fat 1 tablespoon soy sauce – may use low sodium 2 tablespoons dry sherry, divided – do not use cooking sherry because it is too high in sodium 2 teaspoons sugar 1 teaspoon cornstarch 2… Continue reading Bev Burch’s Beef and Broccoli, by Beverly Hicks Burch