Paella, Spain’s most famous dish is undoubtedly one of the world’s great rice dishes. The first time I saw a traditional paella pan, I thought it was a particularly shallow flat-bottomed wok. That got me thinking about how a Chinese cook would prepare the same dish. The result is this East-West hybrid that works especially well in an electric wok.
A classic favorite — Ma Po Tofu is a fiery Sichuan classic named for the pockmarked (po) wife (ma) who supposedly invented it at her husband’s restaurant. Ma Po Tofu is a justly popular menu item in many Chinese restaurants, especially in Chengdu.
Print Recipe Fresh Fruit Popsicles Servings popsicles Ingredients cup ½ sliced kiwicup ½ sliced strawberriescup ½ blueberries2 cups apple juice or Lutien Lotus Seed Drink Servings popsicles Ingredients cup ½ sliced kiwicup ½ sliced strawberriescup ½ blueberries2 cups apple juice or Lutien Lotus Seed Drink […]
Chef Yan has remained an active international food ambassador throughout his career. He roams the world representing different commercial and social concerns to entertain and educate the public, sharing with them his unique humor and strong passion for Chinese cooking.