Rou Jia Mo Buns
Make your own buns with our recipe or use whole-grain English muffins to soak up all the aromatic pan juices from the beef.
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Make your own buns with our recipe or use whole-grain English muffins to soak up all the aromatic pan juices from the beef.
It has been noted that this meat-filled-bun recipe dates back to the Qin Dynasty, possibly making Chinese Rou Jia Mo the world’s oldest hamburger or sandwich.
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A traditional Indian dish, Biryani is typically made with basmati rice and layered with spiced chicken before baking. In this recipe, we’ve swapped the rice for Kamut for added texture, and skipped the layering step to save time – all while keeping its classic, aromatic flavorings. We suggest getting a head start on cooking the Kamut in Step One before chopping or measuring your other ingredients. To reduce cooking time, you can also soak Kamut overnight in water.
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To save time and make this healthy sweet and sour chicken recipe even simpler than it already is, pre-chop your vegetables and let your chicken marinate in the fridge up to eight hours ahead of time. Then, when you and your loved ones are ready to eat, it'll take just 10 minutes to get your Asian-inspired dinner on the table!