Sauces, dressings, marinades and pastes used as condiment for other dishes.
A salad that dances between sweet and savory, with some nuts tossed in for a delightful crunch.
A mayonnaise made with the cooking liquid from canned chickpeas, known as aquafaba. It has all the flavor, texture and creaminess of regular mayonnaise but without any eggs or dairy.
Traditional bang bang chicken is a dish of shredded chicken julienned cucumber and a spicy sauce.
The poached chicken is often pounded with a stick (棒, bàng in chinese) which is where the name "bang bang" comes from.
Sambal oelek is a chile paste made of pounded or chopped fresh red chiles flavored with salt, a little sugar and vinegar. It´s pure chile flavor.
While it's easy to find jars of sambal oelek in grocery stores, you can also make this condiment at home.
A great sauce for roast duck, goose or venison with the flavor of Port wine and five spice powder. East meets West.
This sauce goes well with many dishes. Made from roasted sesame seeds, it adds a rich nutty flavor to dishes like sushi, noodles, rice, cooked vegetables and salads.
Yangyeom sauce is used to flavor cold noodles, but it can also be used as a dip or seasoning to add flavor to fried dishes like chicken or shrimp.