東East (asian recipes)

炸醬麵 Zha Jiang Mian

水煮牛肉 Boiled Beef with Chilies

麻婆豆腐 Mapo Doufu

京醬肉絲Stir Fried Pork with Sweet Bean Paste

黑胡椒牛柳 Black Pepper Stir Fried Beef

蒼蠅頭 Flies Heads

黑胡椒鮪魚手捲 Black Pepper Tuna Roll

茶葉蛋 Tea Eggs

菜脯蛋 Omelette with Dried Radish

搶白菜 Cabbage w/Sichuan Pepper

花瓜肉絲 Stir Fried Pork with Pickled Cucumber

四季豆炒肉絲 Stir Fried Green Beans with Pork Threads and 黑胡椒醬 Black Pepper Sauce

酸菜炒肉丁 Stir Fried Pork with Pickled Mustard Cabbage

三角飯糰 Triangle Rice Ball

筍子排骨湯 Bamboo Shoot and Pork Chop Soup

獅子頭 Lion’s Heads

涼拌黃瓜 Cold Cucumber Salad

咕咾魚肉Sweet and Sour Fish

黑糖糕 Brown Sugar Cake

荷包蛋 Pocket Eggs

台式蔬菜高湯 Taiwanese Vegetable Broth

酸辣湯 Hot and Sour Soup

花瓜燉雞 Stewed Chicken with Taiwanese Pickles

炒飯 Fried Rice

青椒炒肉絲 Stir Fried Pork and Green Peppers

Tteokbokki

麻油雞湯 Sesame Oil Chicken Soup

紅糖年糕 Brown Sugar Year Cake

(虱目)魚粥 Fish Congee

原味豆漿 Doujiang / Soy Milk

Biji Jjigae

糖心蛋 Sugar Heart Eggs

鹹豆漿 Salty Soy Milk

麻醬麵 Sesame Noodles

鍋塌豆腐 Breaded Fried Tofu

台式三杯雞 Taiwanese 3 Cups Chicken

綠豆湯 Sweet Green (Mung) Bean Soup

火雞肉販 Turkey Rice

Turkey Rice

蘿蔔糕 Radish Cakes (Taiwanese and Hong Kong)

港式蘿蔔糕

紅油 Hong You/Sichuan Hot Oil

紅油

怪味雞 Strange Flavor Chicken

怪味雞 chopped

腐乳高麗菜 Cabbage with Furu

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沙茶羊肉炒空心菜 Stir Fried Lamb with Water Spinach

沙茶羊肉炒空心菜

Eomuk, Korean Fried Fish Cakes

Korean fish cakes w/ pepper paste

滷雞肫 Braised Gizzards(潮式滷水,萬用滷水)

Gizzards, Eggs, and Fish Balls

Hakka Dried Persimmon Chicken Soup

Dried Persimmon Chicken Soup

Stir Fried Bamboo Shoots With Pork 竹筍炒肉絲

Bamboo Stir Fried with Pork

Kimchi Hotdog 泡菜熱狗

Kimchi Hot Dog

Hakka Salty Rice Ball Soup 客家鹹湯圓

Hakka Salty Rice Ball Soup

Hakka Shallot Oil 客家香蔥油

薑絲麻油蛋 Egg Fried in Sesame Oil with Ginger

薑絲麻油蛋

蘿蔔燒肉 Braised pork and Daikon Radish

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排骨炆菜頭 Pork Ribs Braised with Radish

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炸豆渣塊 “Vegitarian Nuggets”

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油飯 Taiwanese Sticky Rice

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開陽白菜 Chinese Cabbage with Dried Shrimp

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more coming soon

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One Response to 東East (asian recipes)

  1. Thank you for posting these delicious Taiwanese recipes! I moved to the States from Taiwan when I was a baby and loved all the Taiwanese dishes my parents would make. However, it’s hard to get them to actually jot down how much of this or that… they just a “feel”. 🙂 Love how you add the cultural history to the posts since I also don’t get to hear that from my parents as they just grew up eating it. Excited to see future posts and recipes! Keep up the great work on your blog.

    All the best,
    Mimmie

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