The title of this post pretty much sums it up quite nicely. I bought a pack of a Chinese instant ramen brand that tasted awful (blegh!), so I thought I’d re-purpose the noodles and make a yakisoba-type noodle dish with it. Here’s what I came up with.
I have made the famous Filipino pork adobo many a time – as most other Filipinos do. I’m pretty sure the sweet, salty, garlicky, slightly peppery Filipino adobo sauce runs through every Filipino’s veins. It’s delicious, familiar, comforting.
Since I am in a new land, I was yearning for something delicious, familiar, and comforting to cook. Adobo was a no-brainer.
So for my first (real) kitchen adventure in my Chinese expat kitchen, I present to you adobong baboy at sitaw (Filipino pork adobo with Asian long beans).
Hello from China! Joel, Mugen, and I made it finally. I’m not going to lie: it’s been a hectic and stressful past couple of days, but I’m determined to not let that derail me from making the most out of this new chapter in our lives.
There is a lot of stuff going on right now in terms of acclimating to our new life, but I would like to introduce our China life to this blog with a kitchen adventure post. And this kitchen is what I’m working with: Continue reading
I got a big tub of cottage cheese with the intent of making some chicken breast stuffed with cottage cheese, mushrooms, and spinach; I made them before and they were delicious!
However, I took a completely different turn and made cottage cheese pancakes instead lol. Talk about a complete 180. Continue reading
I had a couple of Chinese eggplants that I needed to use right away. I was torn between making tortang talong (eggplant omelette) or a simple grilled eggplant. I opted for the latter. And I’m quite glad I did.