Posts tagged "gardening"
How to make Egg Plant Salad 涼拌茄子

How to make Egg Plant Salad 涼拌茄子

After finding a great collection of egg plants at the market Joanne was inspired to make this ‘salad’. Unlike a salad you might otherwise throw together this recipe requires you to cook your main ingredient – and you can enjoy the whole dish either hot or cold. The egg plants are steamed until tender and...
How to make sun dried radish (mooli, robo gan) 曬蘿蔔乾 (曝菜圃)

How to make sun dried radish (mooli, robo gan) 曬蘿蔔乾 (曝菜圃)

Sun dried mooli (Chinese radish, daikon) is a traditional ingredient in many Taiwanese meals and street food. It might not be that easy to buy from the supermarket, depending upon where you live – however buying fresh mooli (Chinese radish, daikon), or even growing your own is possible. Joanne makes this Taiwanese style which is...
Crispy Chinese Chive Twists 炸韭菜條 Vegetarian Taiwan Street Food

Crispy Chinese Chive Twists 炸韭菜條 Vegetarian Taiwan Street Food

Joanne has grown quite a lot of Chinese Chives in the garden so wanted to show you another recipe with these great oniony vegetables in. We previously used them in the fried Oyster and chive rice cakes. This time the ingredients are much more simple; you have the chives, a better to cook them crispy...
Cumin Salt and Pepper Chicken 孜然鹽酥雞 with Gnocchi

Cumin Salt and Pepper Chicken 孜然鹽酥雞 with Gnocchi

Today we had a special guest at Duck house. Diane Lo from Taiwanese food magazine Foodings, called by and cooked some lunch with Joanne using ingredients from Joanne’s garden. Diane is both a writer fro the magazine and also a chef, she studied at Cordon Bleu in London and is now most interested in cake...