Looking for a way for using up stuff in my fridge before it spoils, I stumbled over “Butadon, a kind of japanese rice bowl dish. Due to what I had at hand I simply merged two recipes from two of my favourite YouTube Channels (this one and this one), so here’s MY version:
This chinese noodle dish with the exceptional name (basic recipe and explanation here) is fast and easy to cook and yummy as hell. Man, I love that shit!
(BTW: Sake is required, not Oyster Sauce as on the picture). As usual I adapted it a little, aka mixed several recipes that I found on the internet until I liked it best.
Very very yummy! Another one that I really wanted to try for some time now, I made it with garlicky, buttery beans as a side dish. It’s easy enough to make even on a workday evening and I think it would also go well with rice or any other greens that you like.
This is yesterdays dinner. My SO was not so amused, since she can’t eat pork meat, but she always lets me cook things like this just to see me rolling around, completely overeaten and swearing to never do this again… 🙂
Had this for breakfast again today and I still love it. “Recipe” for a Thai-style Omelette, that I picked up somewhere…
- 2 Eggs
- 1.5 tsp. Fish Sauce
- pinch of salt and pepper
- Much oil for frying (this is close to deep-frying!)
Add a generous amount of cooking oil to a pan or preferably a wok on high heat and let it warm up to the point just before it’s starting to smoke. Mix eggs and fish sauce in a bowl, add salt & pepper to taste and whisk together.
Add the eggs to the hot wok and fry until the underside is golden brown. It will produce bubbles and fry up. Turn down the heat to medium-high and flip over. Bake 1 minute or so more, then serve.
This is not where this recipe is from, but it’s almost the same.
We made spring rolls yesterday evening! Delicious little bastards…
Asian-style fried rice: Easy, delicious, fast. (Serves: 1)
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