Slow Cooker Asian Infused Chicken Wings

This is a recipe for one of those lazy days where you just want to turn the slow cooker on and let it do the cooking for you. What you will need: about 2 pounds chicken wings 1 teaspoon ginger powder (can also use 1 inch ginger root, chopped) 1 tablespoons soy sauce 1 tablespoon... Continue Reading →

Baked Panko Crusted Boneless Chicken (drenched in sauce of choice)

Lately I've been PANKO-obsessed. For those who have never heard of Panko, they are traditional Japanese-style breadcrumbs and much lighter and fluffier than traditional breadcrumbs. What I love about Panko breadcrumbs is that they give fried foods a light, crunchy coating and stay crunchy longer because they don't absorb as much grease as regular breadcrumbs. Not to... Continue Reading →

Noodle box

So in Graz right now a popular fast food "meal" is a noodle box. You can buy it from a stand on the street or even in a restaurant, and the types vary. However I wanted to try to make it at home and possibly a little healthier. The ingredients you'll need: noodles (in the... Continue Reading →

Kung Pao Chicken

Kung Pao Chicken, a popular Chinese dish, is one of my all time favorites! I recently went grocery shopping at Nakwon, one of the few Asian stores here in Vienna, and bought some more yummy Asian sauces and other goodies. This recipe was slightly tweaked but inspired by a recipe post that I found on pbs.org... Continue Reading →

Bulgogi Beef

This Bulgogi beef plate brought back so many memories of working the Saturday shift at my old job in Mesa, Arizona. It became a Saturday tradition to order lunch from Aloha Kitchen! I tried to replicate this dish over the weekend and I must say it was delicious and tasted just like how I remember it!!!... Continue Reading →

Lindsey’s Egg Rolls

As of right now I did not include any measurements. The measurements depend on personal preference (i.e. more vegetables than meat or vice versa), and often there is leftover pastry or filling. The pastry can be refrozen and the filling can be cooked in a pan and added to salads.   Ingredients: Vegetables: Bean sprouts,... Continue Reading →

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