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 😜)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. SautĂ© until fully incorporated. Add rice wine and flambĂ© 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" – 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: