Chef Katie Chin presents an easy way to create a teriyaki favorite. Did you know that in Japanese “Teri” means luster and “Yaki” means grilled? I love this recipe for Teriyaki Chicken because it’s so darn easy you can spend more time with your guests and less time prepping in the kitchen.Read More
This appetizer always makes me feel light and springy. It’s also easy to handle one of these babies while holding a glass of bubbly in your other hand. Katie Chin brings new life to the combo of Tuna Tartare and Wontons!Read More
This dish from Katie Chin is…earthy, aromatic, salty, slippery and a bit a spicy: But don’t confuse Chinese black beans with Mexican black beans.Read More
Katie Chin kicks off a 2 week celebration of Chinese New Year with Chinese New Year Long Life Noodles, Potstickers, whole fish, and more rituals, tips and great ways to get your whole family involved in the celebration!Read More
Katie Chin sets us up for turkey left-over success! If you still have turkey in the freezer from Thanksgiving or you’re Christmas day platter will be overflowing with turkey, this recipe will add one more way to enjoy the left-overs.Read More
Katie Chin’s Edamame Hummus recipe is good for all seasons and celebrations. This recipe is easy, breezy, lemony and light but also packed with plant based soy protein and just I love serving it in these cute little Persian cucumber shells.Read More
Katie Chin celebrates this recipe because it was one of her Mom's, Leeann Chin's favorites for Chinese New Years.