January 31, 2011

My Long Awaited Asian Dinner Party!

Saturday, Jan 29th I hosted an Asian Dinner Party.
I served cuisine from 4 different countries: Japan, Korea, Thailand, and China. The food was buffet style and the party was laid back and fun! Annie Chun's All Natural Asian Cuisine sponsored the party and provided thank you gifts and sauces, rice, and noodles for me to use in my dishes. We had 20 guests attend and served 13 dishes! I was lucky enough to have my wonderful Mom and Grandma drive down (8 hours!) to help with my party and my awesome Aunt and Uncle who helped cook and clean up.
 I love my family!
The Guests:
My beloved friends and family!

                                      Ms. Virginia                                 
                                     Susan & Gary                                      Russ & Fatima

                                            My beautiful Mom

     The youngest guest, Oliver with his Momma Ellen.    Nancy in her gorgeous blue outfit!
                            Aunt Candie trying the Thai Soup           

Me & Grandma!

Susan, Gary, and Jerry             Russ & Doug

                                     Rita & Ninette

Me with Fatima and Russ and their gifts!                 
                                 Tom with my puppy, Dylan       Nancy, me, and Susan
                                Grandma and Jerry                         My Momma!

                          Aunt Candie, Grandma, and Mom       Me and Jonathan
                                                      The three of us with our origami
                                                                      The Food:
Lots of food for all our hungry guests!
Nothing better than a table full of food!       Hot Green Tea               
Ginger Mango Mocktail!

Mix chilled Mango Puree and Ginger Ale together for this delicious sweet drink!

                           Inari (Tofu Sushi)    Japanese Fish Cakes and Pickle with Edamame
                                                         and Annie Chun's Shiitake Soy Ginger Sauce
               Annie Chun's Seaweed Snacks     Kung Pao Chicken                                     
                    in Wasabi and Sesame               with Annie Chun's Kung Pao Sauce
                         Chicken Pad Thai with                       Pork Pot Stickers with
                    Annie Chun's Pad Thai Sauce   Annie Chun's Shiitake Soy Sauce
                                                  Korean Kimchi

Grandma's Asian Cabbage Salad
Thai Coconut Curry Seafood Soup
Wasabi Seared Scallop Sushi
Check out my cooking video here:

Mom's Beef Yellow Curry                        Chicken Pad Thai

Mom's Korean BBQ Pork Buns with toppings and Annie Chun's Korean BBQ Sauce.
Check out the recipe in my previous blog post!

Korean Bibimbop with Rice made with Annie Chun's Gochujang Sauce and White Rice

Recipe (From Annie Chun's) :
  • 3 TBSP Onion (julienne)
  • 3 TBSP Carrot (julienne)
  • 3 TBSP Spinach/zucchini (julienne)
  • 3 TBSP Shiitake mushroom (sliced), option
  • 3 TBSP Bean Sprout (option)
  • 1 TBSP Canola oil
  • 1 tsp sesame oil
  • 1 TBSP Annie Chun's Gochujang sauce
  • 1 package of Annie Chun's Sticky White Rice
  • Salt/Pepper to taste
  1. Select at least three vegetables and stir-fry with canola oil and add salt & pepper to taste.
  2. Stir fry the vegetables for about 3-4 minutes and then add the sesame oil and mix in thoroughly.
  3. Put vegetables over warmed up Annie Chun's rice in a bowl and add the Gochujang sauce on top.
  4. Stir all the different ingredients together in the bowl and enjoy.

Japanese Mochi Cakes in Peanut, Green Tea, Sesame, and Red Bean. 

My Coconut Black Pearl Rice with Bananas Dessert using
Annie Chun's Black Pearl Rice mixed with coconut milk.
Good Luck Fortune Cookies for everyone!

The Gifts:

                                             Sushi Set                                    Oriental Candy
           Gift bags with fortune cookies, chopsticks with holders, coupons, and an Annie Chun product!
Origami cranes bring good fortune! Find out how to make them here:


My Zoris (Japanese flip flops) and my kimono

                 What a great party and fun experience!
                      Thanks Annie Chun!                                                     
                                                     Happy Cooking!
Find recipes and buy products mentioned at http://www.anniechun.com/

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