Mango Brulee #SundaySupper with @SteamyKitchen

If you are a food blogger, you have probably heard the name Jaden Hair and/or Steamy Kitchen.  If you’re a food blogger and you haven’t heard of her, I might have to suggest that living under rocks is probably not very comfortable.  But we’re nice peoples here, so we’ll just move on.

Steamy Kitchen Healthy Asian Favorites Cookbook

Jaden is an amazing chef and a hilarious writer.  She is the food blogger that we all aspire to become ~ the one who took her small blog where she shared her recipes for her friends and family and turned it into a food EMPIRE.  No joke, we’re talking branded cookware, TV shows, the girls’ even got her own line of rice cooking oils!  Just last month, she released her second cookbook, Steamy Kitchen’s Healthy Asian Favorites.  I am honored to have received a copy of her newest cookbook to explore & try out some of the recipes.  The Mister & I love Asian food & I am pretty sure I have earmarked every recipe in this cookbook to try out.  Don’t hate me if you get bombarded with Asian food in the near future. 

Mango Brulee

I knew exactly what recipe I wanted to try first when I got the Healthy Asian Favorites.  The Mister’s favorite fruit is mango ~ it’s pretty much the only fruit he will eat ~ and Jaden has an amazing Mango Brulee featured in the cookbook.  And it definitely did not disappoint.  Pure, simple flavors that made this probably the best mango I had ever eaten.  Plus my house smelled freaking awesome.

 

Mango Brulee

MANGO BRULEE 
SERVES 4
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INGREDIENTS:
  • 2 mangoes
  • 1/4 cup turbinado or raw sugar
  • 1/8 teaspoon ground ginger
  • 1/4 teaspoon ground cinnamon
  • pinch of ground nutmeg
 
INSTRUCTIONS:
 
Turn on the broiler. Position the rack 6 inches below the heat source. Line a baking sheet with foil.
 
Cut through the mango on either side of the pit as evenly as possible. In a small bowl, combine the remaining ingredients and sprinkle on top of each mango slice. Place the mango slices on the prepared baking sheet. Make sure the mango halves are level so the sugar does not spill out. If you need to, use crumpled tin foil to steady the mango.
 
Broil for 3 minutes, or until the sugar has caramelized. Alternatively, you can use a creme brulee torch to caramelize the sugar.
 
Reprinted with permission from Steamy Kitchen’s Healthy Asian Favorites by Jaden Hair, copyright © 2013. Published by Ten Speed Press, a division of Random House, Inc.

 
Now here’s the fun part ~ myself plus 19 other bloggers are getting the opportunity to each give away copies of the Steamy Kitchen’s Healthy Asian Favorites!  That’s right ~ 20 cookbooks are up for grabs!!
 
And here is all you have to do to enter to win. You must do both, #1 and #2, to have an eligible entry:

1. Tell me what your favorite Asian dish is in a comment below – AND – leave me your twitter handle in the comment. Comment must be posted by 8pm Eastern time today (Sunday, March 10, 2013).

2. Join in the conversation during the live #SundaySupper chat on twitter from 7 to 8pm Eastern Time today (Sunday, March 10, 2013). Your tweet(s) must contain the #SundaySupper hashtag.

The winner will be chosen randomly from the eligible entries. The winner will be notified via email. Note: Giveaway open for United States residents only. Contest ends on Sunday, March 10, 2013 at 8pm Eastern Time.

 
So go ahead and get to commenting here people!!  And now head on over to the other #SundaySupper lovelies who are featuring favorite recipes as well as giving away cookbooks…
 
Tofu-Mushroom Miso Soup

Crispy Rice Patties

Thai Larb Lettuce Chicken Cups

Miso Cod

Sake Steamed Mussels

Salmon Honey Teriyaki

Korean Beef Bites

Mapo Tofu

Mango Brulee

We are sharing more Steamy Kitchen inspired recipes. The following Sunday Supper Contributors are joining us with some of their favorite recipes from the Steamy Kitchen website:

 
Be sure to follow Steamy Kitchen: Facebook | Twitter | Pinterest
 
 
Join the #SundaySupper conversation on twitter each Sunday. We tweet throughout the day and share recipes from all over the world. Our weekly chat starts at 7:00 pm ET and you do not want to miss out on the fun. Follow the#SundaySupper hashtag and remember to include it in your tweets to join in the chat. Check out our #SundaySupper Pinterest board for more fabulous recipes and food photos.
Would you like to join the Sunday Supper Movement? It’s easy. You can sign up by clicking here → Sunday Supper Movement.
 
 
DISCLOSURE:
I was provided with a copy of Steamy Kitchen’s healthy asian favorites for my review. All opinions are my own.

Comments

  1. says

    I love the picture of you in your wedding dress with the Mister =) I also very much appreciate the delectable Mango Brûlée you made for him and thank you for choosing and sharing this Healthy Asian Favorites recipe.

    One of my favorite Asian (Japanese) dishes is onigiri (rice balls) with ume-boshi (pickled plum). My Twitter handle is @NinjaBaking.

  2. says

    I made this recipe last night for our guests at my husband’s birthday dinner. The guests enjoyed it very much and kept saying how they had never had mango made this way before, and why didn’t they think of it. It was so quick to make. I just excused myself from the table for all of five minutes and came back with the dessert.

    Yours turned out beautifully!

  3. says

    This looks so good. Now if only I could find mango at the store. Our produce aisle is pretty skimpy at this time of year. Favorite Asian food: BBQ pork steamed buns. Twitter: @of_books.

  4. says

    Please!! Bombard us with Asian food!!!! That would be fine! and yummy!

    My favorite dish is Vegetarian Hot & Soup Soup, but after today I think I might have to try the tofu-mushroom miso… I just might have a new favorite! @FF2FFBlog

  5. says

    Wow, I adore mangoes and this looks and sounds so simple yet flavorful! Very nice pics too ;-)

    My fav. dish is Mongolian Beef and my twitter is @gourmetdrizzles

  6. says

    Love the Mango Brulee! It looks so delicious and gorgeous photos too! My favorite Asian meal is one from when I lived in Japan, cold soba noodles served with wasabi and scallions. @frogger097

  7. says

    The Mango Brulee looks so delicious and what beautiful photos too! My favorite Asian meals is from when I lived in Japan. It is soba noodles served cold with wasabi and scallions! It is so refreshing, especially in the summertime!

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