Chinese five-spice bacon glazed with brown sugar and crushed red pepper flakes. A salt sweet addiction.
Tender butternut squash is steeped in vodka until fragrant. The infusion vodka is then sweetened with a homemade syrup spiced with cinnamon, clove, black pepper, fennel and star anise.
Pumpkin and apple soup with shiitake mushrooms and fresh mint
Sweet and spicy butter roasted chickpeas
Five-Spice Plum Cake
Chinese Style Crispy Pork Belly - crispy crackling with meat that's full of flavor
Char siu (Chinese barbecue pork) can be eaten many ways - atop ramen, in fried rice, as a filling for steamed pork buns, or even plain
Duck sliders are both familiar and exotic. Crunchy Napa cabbage and sweet savory fig ketchup complete this burger.
Five-Spice Beef Stir-Fry
Applesauce made with roasted apples, and seasoned with Chinese five-spice powder: the easiest applesauce ever made, with delicious caramelized apple flavor.
Why grilled 5-Spice Chicken? Because 4 would not have been enough, and 6 would have been too many!
Five-spice Asian-style dungeness crabs
The St. Elizabeth. This warm and spicy cocktail is normally garnished with freshly ground white pepper, but it also works well with curls of bittersweet chocolate or a simple orange twist.
Braised Five-Spice Chicken With Vegetables
Spiced Cranberry Bundt Cake. Dorie Greenspan's recipe has fresh and dried cranberries, greek yogurt, and Chinese five-spice.
Siu Yuk - Chinese Roast Pork Belly
Homemade roast pork belly - you can do it!