I don’t know if this is a real asian dish or if it’s just some thrown together delicacy. I read this somewhere some time ago and finally gave it a try – and for real: This is simple, easy-to-make dinner, very yummy and perfect for evenings when you can barely be arsed to cook. 🙂
I watched this YouTube video and just had to recreate that recipe. I omitted the hot sauce and used what I had in the fridge. I can absolute recommend this!
With work being the dominant factor at the moment, the only self made things I can post about are my meals. If I go on like this, this will become another recipe blog… 🙂
Whatever. These chicken cutlets with a creamy sauce made delicious dinner. Give them a try!
It’s harvesting time for the pear tree in my munich garden and I got some really beautiful specimens. Now what to to do with it? I’m not a sweet-toothed guy at all but my wife likes vitamin kicks from self grown fruit very much, so, to preserve them I made her some pear sauce. There are a lot of cool recipes for pear-/apple sauce on the internet, but my girl likes it the simple and natural way, so here’s a very basic formula.
This seems to be a very popular dish in Japan and – in my opinion – for a good reason. It’s named after the chinese city of Tianjin where it seems to originate from. It’s fried egg with seafood over rice, literally drowned in a savoury gravy.
Give it a try, it’s easy, satisfying and delicious! Here’s how to cook it:
So todays grass widower’s dinner was thin “soy sauce wine and butter beef slices” with a side of “miso XO noodles”. Yeah! And you know what? It was really good!
Raiding the fridge and kitchen cabinet yielded this: Beef slices, a pack of plain asian noodles, some spring onions and a remnant of miso. The rest were staple ingredients that I always have ready at hand. This was the real “Alex-being-at-a-loss Fusion Cuisine” 🙂
Ingredients (yields 2):
Pasta for two
1 large shalllot
3 cloves garlic
6-8 anchovi fillets
Pinch of chili flakes (optional)
1/4 cup white wine
Salt and pepper to taste (only a little salt)
I wasn’t exactly thrilled by the prospect of having another veggie-only-meal yesterday evening, but what wouldn’t you do to try to eat healthy and loose some weight?
These simple veggie fritter patties were surprisingly tasty and satisfying though and I’m sure they would make an excellent side dish too. You can make them with any non-leafy and not too soft vegetables or even a free-style mix of several of them, but I only had zucchini at home, so here we are.