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Month: August 2016

Casaculinarian.com “Pepper Steak with added Boneless Chicken Breast”



Casaculinarian.com “Pepper Steak with added Boneless Chicken Breasts” Feeds 4

top round steak 1-1/2 pounds sliced super thin

chicken breasts- 8 oz. sliced super thin

salt and pepper for taste

flour for dredging- 1 cup

Slice the chicken and steak super thin and place on flour. Season with salt and pepper for taste. Dredge with flour after seasoned. Example below.



Place deep fryer on 350 degrees and let it warm up…

medley of different color peppers and onions chopped-1 cup

vegetable oil- 2 tablespoons

chicken broth- 1/2 cup

soy sauce- 3 tablespoons

chopped garlic- 1 tablespoon

Chinese 5 spice- 1/4 teaspoon

onion powder- 1/4 teaspoon

In a large sauté pan add oil and place on medium heat. When hot add peppers, onions, and garlic. Add all seasonings. Now, deep fry your dredged chicken and steak lightly. You should see flour coat lightly browned. Do not over cook. About a minute for both. Deglaze vegetables with soy sauce, and add chicken stock. Add chicken and steak and coat well until everything is coated well and hot. Enjoy, Jason!


Casaculinarian.com “Pork Fried Rice”



Casaculinarian.com “Pork Fried Rice” feeds Four people

Par boiled rice- 1 and 1/2 cups cooked al dente

boneless country spare ribs diced- 4

Chinese 5 spice- 1/2 teaspoon

vegetable oil 1/4 cup split

egg- 1

small onion chopped- 1/2

sugar- 1 tablespoon

salt and pepper for taste- x two

onion powder 1/4 teaspoon

yellow coloring dry- 1/4 teaspoon

soy sauce 2 tablespoons split

red food coloring 2 drops

In a cast iron pan add half your oil on medium heat and when hot add sugar and diced pork. Sauté till caramelazation of the sugar takes place. Add salt and pepper for taste, half of the soy sauce, and food coloring and brown and take off the stove and let rest… Examples below:



Add another large saute pan to the stove and place on medium heat. Add chopped onion, and brown. Add cooked Pork and raw egg, mix egg till cooked. Add salt and pepper for taste, onion powder, cooked rice, soy sauce, and yellow dry coloring. Mix well as rice heats back up… Serve and enjoy, Jason.


Coming today on Casaculinarian.com “A Homemade Chinese Feast”



Coming today on my day off at Casaculinarian.com “A Homemade Chinese Feast” Wonton Soup, Pork Egg Rolls, Pork Dim Sum, Pork Fried Rice,

and Pepper Steak with Boneless Chicken Breast added…


Sauteed Fresh Ground Pork, Chinese Spice, Onion, and Soy Sauce for Egg Roll Filling…


Stuffing and wrapping Egg Rolls…


Thinly sliced Top Round seasoned and ready to dredge in flour for Pepper Steak…


Adding thinly sliced dredged chicken to the Pepper Steak for the kids…


A family favorite. Homemade Wonton Soup. The Girls made the Wontons…


Another family favorite. Pork Dim Sum. Steamed and then Pan Fried. Again the Girls helped…


Id like to say Authentic Pork for Fried Rice, but I would be lying… I have no idea how they make it, but this tastes and looks the same. LOL. Recipe coming later.

Thanks, Jason.