Hi.

Welcome to my site. Here you will find exciting mashups of my very own recipes for the everyday home cook. I draw influences from my days working as an Executive Chef at my own Chinese restaurant in Downtown San Francisco, as well as inspiration from various cuisines I experience from all my travels. 

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Chef Kathy Fang
Elevate Winter Stews with a Softly Cooked Egg

Elevate Winter Stews with a Softly Cooked Egg

My Leftover Super Bowl Chili reheated here for breakfast with a softly cooked egg, red onions, cheese, and cilantro.

My Leftover Super Bowl Chili reheated here for breakfast with a softly cooked egg, red onions, cheese, and cilantro.

Now that the holidays are just around the corner and the weather is getting colder and colder, stews, soups and braises come to mind. I love making one pot wonders that I can store over the span of a few days. Nothing beats a hot bowl of stew or soup at night when you get home from work.  In fact, stews are so comforting that I sometimes eat it in the morning just to warm up and nourish my body before I head out. I turn the stew into a fancy breakfast dish by cracking a softly cooked egg in it. You can dollop greek yogurt on top, ricotta, shredded cheese, fresh herbs to bring it a nice bright pop of flavors

10 MInute Chili "Shashuka" with Fresh Herbs

Serves: 1            Prep Time: 2 Minutes      Cook Time 5 mins

Ingredients:

1.5 cups of leftover Super Bowl Chili or any kind of stew

2 whole eggs

1 tablespoon minced raw onions

1 tablespoon minced cilantro

2 tablespoon shredded sharp cheddar

Method:

1. Pour left over chili or stew in a shallow pan and bring to a boil

2. Crack two eggs over the stew and continue to boil

3. Turn heat off in 1 minute and serve in a bowl

4. Garnish with onions, cilantro and cheese

Enjoy! 

 

 

 

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Soft Custard Scramble with Smoked Salmon

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