XO Fried Rice

I alway love checking out new ingredients to use in my cooking. I was super excited to use XO sauce and made umami packed chicken fried rice with it. The XO fried rice is loaded with chicken, Chinese sausage, asparagus, and mixed veggies. Fried rice is always a great way to get the girls to... Continue Reading →

Gà Muối ớt Chiên (Fried Salted Chicken)

Gà muối ớt chiên, fried salt, and chili chicken is the perfect protein to serve for Vietnamese family-style meals which include steamed jasmine rice, canh (Vietnamese soups), and/or stir-fried veggies. So quick, simple, and flavor-packed.My mom made something very similar with pork belly, but chicken is the healthier option and still packed with so much... Continue Reading →

Thai Crying Tiger Steak

Thai Crying Tiger Steak is one of the most flavorful steaks I've ever made and the Nam Jin Jaew dipping sauce is out of this world. Not sure why it took me so long to try this, but I'm in love!While researching the origins of the recipe, I learned that it is called Crying Tiger... Continue Reading →

Korean Soft Tofu Soup (Sundubu-jjigae)

Korean Soft Tofu, Sundubu-jjigae (or sometimes I see called Soondubu-jjigae) is incredible. I love the spicy and pungent broth, tender and delicious proteins, and soft and delicate tofu in the bubbling hot spicy stew. The recipe is adapted from @maangchi version. I even picked up some Korean earthenware bowls at a local Restaurant Supply store... Continue Reading →

Galbi Korean-Style Beef Short Ribs

Galbi, Korean Style Beef Short Ribs, is one of the girls' favorite Korean dishes, and a dish that they often order when we eat at Korean restaurants. They love the savory and sweet taste, meaty and tender texture, and the chewy delicious texture around the bone of the beef short ribs. It also smells incredible!... Continue Reading →

Spam Kimchi Fried Rice

I had tons of leftover Japanese rice from the other day and recently just bought a big 'ol jar of kimchi from Costco that I wanted to use so I decided to freestyle it up and make some Spam Kimchi Fried Rice..because I always have Spam in the pantry. The fried rice turned out great... Continue Reading →

Korean Spicy Pork (Jeyuk Bokkeum)

On restaurant menus, I've seen Korean Spicy Pork identified with various names like Jeyuk Bokkeum, Dweji Bulgogi, and even just Spicy Pork Bulgogi.  I would love to know the actual name of the dish if anybody knows! Whatever the name of this amazing dish is, Korean spicy pork is probably my favorite Korean dish of... Continue Reading →

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