Food: dinner


First let me show you what I cooked for Star and Adam last Sunday

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the usual suspects: red sauced pork

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bok choy. According to Star, I made the most delicious sautéed bok choy in the world, and I don’t even know my secret! 😉

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pork short ribs and chinese yam soup

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sauteed mushrooms with pork and chili

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I instead made myself a macrobiotic meal: chopped lettuce, tomato, tofu, butternut squash, brown rice and miso paste

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and a soup made with daikon, arame and parsley.

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Dinners during the week:

#1

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brown rice, sautéed bok choy with mushrooms and shiitake.

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#2: A daikon, arame, bok choy soup

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with sauteed tomato, tofu, mushroom and green onions

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brown rice with aduki beans

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#3: macrobiotic plate: tomato, celery, butternut squash, tofu, brown rice with aduki

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and steamed daikon greens with eggplant in a tahini/miso sauce

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#4: brown rice with aduki

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sauteed celery, bok choy, mushroom and yuba (tofu skin)

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arame with daikon cooked in tamari

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#5: Macrobiotic plate

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#6

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stir-fry couscous with celery and smoked tofu, seasoned with S+P and curry powder

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sauteed bok choy with mushrooms

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My sautéed method: heat sesame oil, add the vegetables, cook for 1-2 min, add shoyo, mirin and pinch of sugar. Add some water if needed, cook for another 1-2 min and serve. Sometimes I would top some roasted sesame seeds as well. A true asian flavor! 🙂

Q: Do you use sautéed method? What’s your favorite sautéed dish?

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3 responses to “Food: dinner

  1. kristaskravings

    What great meals, Coco! I love when you post about your Asian dishes. They always look so tasty!

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    Reblogged this on Push Dump Fat Button.

  3. tes

    How do you cook your rice with aduki bean? Can they go in the rice cooker together? Your meals are always so pretty and colorful – very inspiring! 🙂

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