Recipes

  • Chinese New Year Potstickers

    Chinese New Year Potstickers Chinese New Year is tomorrow, February 16th, 2018!!  Gung Hay Fat Choy!!  It is the Year of the Dog. I hope you enjoy these Chinese New Year Potstickers with your family on Chinese New Year. It’s a two-week celebration filled with laughter and good cheer.  Potstickers are traditionally served on Chinese … Read More

  • Grilled Miso Butter Portobello Mushrooms

    Grilled Miso Butter Portobello Mushrooms I found a new love and it’s Grilled Miso Butter Portobello Mushrooms!  I feel like so many of my friends as well as some of their kids have developed an allergy to wheat these days.   Unlike other cuisines, like Italian which rely heavily on wheat based pastas, Asian cuisine is … Read More

  • Crab Mango Salad

    Crab Mango Salad I know it’s the beginning of fall but where I live in Los Angeles it’s still crazy hot!  Whether you’re pulling out your favorite cashmere sweater or still wearing tank tops you’ll love this refreshing Crab Mango Salad from my latest cookbook “Everyday Chinese Cookbook:  101 Delicious Recipes From My Mother’s Kitchen.” … Read More

  • Har Gow

    I’ve been jonesing for Shrimp Har Gow (otherwise known as crystal shrimp dumplings) lately.  If you’ve every been to dim sum then you know about these delicate flavor bombs encased in a translucent dough made with wheat starch and tapioca starch (which you can find on-line and at Asian markets).  Shrimp Har Gow take a … Read More

  • Firecracker Shrimp from The Sundance Film Festival

    Firecracker Shrimp I was so lucky to be the guest chef at the Sundance Festival Feature Film Competition Dinner last week in Park City, Utah!  It was an especially auspicious night as it fell a couple of days before the start of Chinese New Year so I had to make everyone’s favorite Firecracker Shrimp, We … Read More

  • Chinese New Year Potstickers

    Chinese New Year Potstickers Happy Lunar New Year everyone!!  Chinese New Year falls on January 28th, 2017 and it is the Year of the Rooster.   It is the most significant and auspicious of all Chinese holidays because it is believed that everything you do and everything you eat on Chinese New Year day determines … Read More

  • Thai Chicken Lettuce Cups at The White House

    Thai Chicken Lettuce Cups at The White House Watching President Obama’s farewell address last night brought back the glorious memories of being a guest chef at the annual Easter Egg Roll at The White House in 2013.   I was there on behalf of City of Hope and its Super Foods initiative.  It was the … Read More

  • Shrimp with Asparagus

    Hi Everyone!! Welcome to my new and improved Chef Katie Chin blog! I’m sorry for the delay in posting new recipes but if you follow me on social media you know I’ve up to my eyeballs in lo mein flying all over the country promoting my new cookbook, “Everyday Chinese Cookbook: 101 Delicious Recipes from … Read More

  • Orange Chicken

    I wanted to share my Orange Chicken recipe from my latest cookbook Everyday Chinese Cookbook:  101 Delicious Recipes from My Mother’s Kitchen because it’s so yummy and easy to make. I was inspired to include this recipe for Orange Chicken in my latest cookbook because my late mother, the legendary chefLeeann Chin, taught me how … Read More

  • Raspberry Nutella Wontons

    Oh yum!  How can this not be delicious?  My kids love Nutella as a special treat and one day I was watching them devour some of it spread on a bagel while I was eating a bowl of raspberries and then boom!  I got the idea to combine these two luscious things in a wonton … Read More