Category Archives: Chinese

Vegetarian Fried Rice with Cabanossi Sausage and Bacon

Every vegetarian dish needs meat*. Leave out step 4 if you don’t think so. Most of this is optional except the rice. In a rice cooker cook Basmati rice with garlic, onion powder, and turmeric, using vegetable stock instead of … Continue reading

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Chow Mein Toasted Sandwiches

The best way to enjoy left-over chow mein.    

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Fusion Chow Mein

Fusion Chow Mein. I can’t think of anything else to call it.  This is one of my favourite ways to prepare chicken and vegetables.  As cold leftovers it is also one of my favourite sandwich fillings.  Chow Mein sandwiches.  Believe … Continue reading

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Stuffed Peppers

This dish is based on one I learned from a Chinese friend in Auckland.  She used large chilli peppers but I cannot get hold of any here in the Kimberley, so I have substituted ordinary bell peppers and added some … Continue reading

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Slow-Cooked Chilli Chicken

Slow-Cooked Chilli Chicken, Chinese style 2 Boneless thighs, cut into strips 2 large green chillies seeded and sliced thinly ½ yellow or red capsicum, sliced 1 onion sliced 1 carrot sliced into thin strips ( I would us bamboo shoots … Continue reading

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Five Spice Beef

Australian butchers don’t seem to know about how to cut Viener Schnitzel. They cut it too thick. Also, they call it “flat-iron steak” for some reason. Too thin to be a steak unless you like it overcooked, and too thick … Continue reading

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