For the past three months, the Kahiki team has been searching for our favorite gifts for Asian food fanatics. We have narrowed our findings down to 12 exciting prizes for our exclusive Stir It Up Club holiday giveaway, The 12 Asian Flavors of Christmas.
While we are busy shopping, baking, and decorating to get ready for all of the seasonal festivities, the demands of everyday life do not cease to exist.
Most people do not think about Asian food when they think of Thanksgiving. But even though Thanksgiving carries the tradition of turkey, dressing, roasted carrots, and green bean casserole, the basic elements of the menu always invite improvisation and personalization. So why not infuse classic Thanksgiving dishes with the flavor-boosting ingredients and techniques of the Asian kitchen?
It's the most wonderful time of the year – holiday season! Soon your family will be reuniting for Thanksgiving dinner, which can be both fun and stressful. One question you won't have to worry about is "what should I make for dinner?" We know that planning a holiday get together can leave little time for meal planning, so we've rounded up some of our favorite quick weeknight dinners to make the week leading up to Thanksgiving easy as pumpkin pie.
Happy Birthday, General Tso! Our favorite chicken dish's namesake General Tso Tsungtang was a major military leader during China's greatest civil war, the Taiping Rebellion, from 1850 to 1864. It's not clear how his name was added to a tasty Asian entrée, but his birthday inspired us to create a General Tso's-themed Asian dinner menu! From appetizer to dessert, this dinner is quick to make and full of delicious, Asian-inspired flavor your whole family will enjoy.