Marinade the pork no less than 1 hour in the fridge. Marinade: 300g Pork Sirloin (about 3 thin pork sirloin chops) – cut into small thin pieces 1 tbsp Honey 1 tbsp Shaoxing/Mirin wine 1 tbsp Hoisin sauce 1 tsp Fish Sauce 1/2 tsp Five Spice powder 1 large Garlic clove – grated (2-5 for […]Read more "Xa Xiu – BBQ Pork"
A different twist to adobo. Fry/sir the ribs. Mix everything to make the sauce. Boil the ribs with the sauce mixture on medium heat until the sauce is reduced, or the ribs are about to fall apart. Remove the ribs, once they’re done cooking Reduce the sauce until it thickens. Glaze the ribs and serve with […]Read more "Pork Ribs Adobo"
Onigiri was my comfort food when I lived in Yokosuka. After a long work day, I would walk my way to a 7 Eleven store and pick up a couple of onigiri’s and a salad plate. You can stuff it inside or mix furikake into the rice. They’re easy to make. Ingredients: Cooked rice, Stir-fried Pork […]Read more "7 Eleven Onigiri"
♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ = Very good! This is great for late dinners, especially when you don’t want to watch what you are cooking. You can just put everything in a pan and boil away… This recipe is only good for one serving. It is perfect for cold weather late night dinners, like right about now. […]Read more "Curry Noodles"
♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ = Very good! When I was younger my mom would make spring rolls stuffed with cheese (similar taste as gouda). She served them as snacks, usually after she was making spring rolls. I loved nibbling at the crunchy wrapper as the cheese oozed out… Anyways, last night I made Spring rolls that […]Read more "Lumpia – Spring Rolls"
♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ = Very good! I don’t have chicken at the moment. I spent the afternoon re-arranging my drawing area. By the time Erik got home, I was on the floor re-arranging watercolor, acrylic, and oil paint tubes. I didn’t start cooking until 7pm.. since he leaves very early (4am) for work tomorrow, we […]Read more "Pork Adobo"
Ingredients: Thinly sliced pork, onions, apple juice, ginger, garlic, 2 tbsp sugar, 2 tbsp mirin, 1 tbsp red wine, 2 tbsp soy sauce, red pepper flakes, & sesame seeds. Fry everything in a pan on medium high heat, cook until all the juice thickens and the meat is very tender. Preferably served with rice and […]Read more "Stir-Fried Pork"