Liao's Food Recipes & Blog

Spicy Shrimp Gambas

August 21, 2016 Diana Andes

Check out this Spicy Shrimp Gambas recipe by Tinky's Kitchen. Thanks for sharing the recipe!! Ingredients:For 500g (1lb) shrimps2tbsp butter4 clove minced garlic (the more the better ūüėú)1/4 cup Chinese rice wine2TBSP Liao Foods Chili Chutney1 tsp sugar Directions:1. Clean, Peel and devein shrimps.2. In a pan, melt butter, add garlic until fragrant. 3.¬†Add Liao's Chili Chutney, and sugar. 4. Saut√© until fully incorporated. Add rice wine and flamb√© until alcohol has evaporated and flavor is concentrated.5. Add shrimps and sautee for 3 minutes or until it turns pink. 6. Adjust seasoning to taste. Add sugar to adjust heat (but...

Liao's Food at Whole Foods - Cherry Hill.

July 21, 2016 Diana Andes

Our Chili Chutney is now available at¬†Whole Foods Market Hatchery in Cherry Hill, NJ! Whole Foods Market Cherry Hill is the first location in the company to feature the "Hatchery" ‚Äď a pop-up entrepreneurial space within the store where local suppliers, chefs, craftspeople and innovators have the opportunity to sell directly to Whole Foods Market customers. A different artisan is featured each day of the week. Visit our Where to Buy¬†page¬†for "Hatchery" dates.

Chili Lime Salmon Skewer

July 14, 2016 Diana Andes

Check out this amazingly simple, and tasty recipe from Cooking For Kishore!! Ingredients:1.5 lbs Salmon Steaks cut into 2" cubes 2 Tbsp Liao's Chili Chutney1 Tbsp Raw Honey1 Tbsp Olive Oil2 Tbsp Spring Onion, chopped2 Tbsp fresh Cilantro, chopped 1/4 tsp Salt1/4 tsp Ground Black Pepper1 LimeSkewers (soaked, if wooden) Please visit her page for full recipe  

Slow Cooker Chuck Roast

May 13, 2016 Diana Andes

INGREDIENTS: 1.5 lb chuck roast 1/2 cup soy sauce 1 9oz jar of Liao's Chili Chutney Olive Oil Flour

Liao's Food on the Radio

May 03, 2016 Diana Andes

Last week, I had the opportunity to be a guest on Jeanne Murphy's segment of Talented People on Hunterdon Chamber Radio. It was so much fun speaking with her and I was so excited to tell the story of Liao's Food. If you missed it, you can listen to the podcast here: