Sichuan beef in fiery sauce says it all. It is hot, spicy, flavorful, and numbing all at the same time. In Chinese, it’s called shuizhu nuirou which translates to water-boiled beef in English. The Chinese celery and the green onion complement this dish giving it a crunchy texture. Chinese celery have thinner stalks, are more leafy, and the flavor is more intense than regular celery.
These Mediterranean inspired grilled lamb kebabs marinated in lemon, garlic, rosemary and olive oil then grilled with lemon wedges will leave you with one lasting thought… why didn’t I make more! It is a titillating summer dish, especially when paired with this feta dipping sauce. Great for guests or to share with a significant other.
This Asian Pear Crisp is an absolute treat especially on this Labor Day holiday. Add a scoop of vanilla ice cream and you will have a decadant dessert. The pears are baked under a crumbly oat streusel topping at 350 degrees for 30 minutes.
Mushroom Carpaccio is a fabulous appetizer that looks and tastes great. It’s easy to prepare and is a great starter dish to serve when entertaining guests. Carpaccio is an Italian dish traditionally made with raw meat, but in today’s modern times, it can be prepared with thinly sliced sushi-grade fish or vegetables and seasoned with lemon juice, olive oil, sea salt and ground black pepper.
Hello and welcome! I'm Donna, a Los Angeles-based food enthusiast who enjoys cooking and occasional baking, but mostly I find pure enjoyment dining out. Dang That's Delicious is a food blog on sharing and eating the mediterrasian way.