🥟🍤 DALLAS ASIAN STREET FOOD FESTIVAL GIVEAWAY 🥠🍴
We’re giving away two tickets to attend the Dallas Asian Street Food Festival this weekend in Plano, TX from 11-6 PM!
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🍴: Winner will be announced in 48 hours
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Had to try some delicious #icecream while exploring #hongdae . This particular place was inspired by the streets of Fell + Cole in #sanfrancisco who knew (besides CNN)? The flavors highlighted are especially noteworthy for the foodies and #asianbabygirl aka #abgs :
@trendydumpling didn’t meet our expectations. The beef noodle soup is not great and we had better dumplings at other places
But we do recommend the fried rice, Lo main, and sichuan beef. So their hot plates are good but not the soups
Try your hand at #cupcake decorating, at Coex Food Week 2019! 🧁 Enjoy a fun (and delicious!) family-friendly activity on November 23rd. Children are absolutely welcome! Each class lasts two hours and is 30,000 per participant. A percentage of the proceeds will be donated to the National Child Protection Service. Morning and afternoon sessions available, and instructions will also be available in English. Clink the link in our bio to book, or visit www.coexfoodweek.com!
Fish sauce chicken, vegetable fried rice, and green cabbage salad 😋😋😋
Pat chicken dry, coat with garlic powder, salt, and chili powder, sear top and bottom in wok with fish sauce and sesame oil until crispy, and finish in oven at 400... add garlic and red onion to wok and sauté until onions start sweating and add rest of veggies (celery, carrot, leak, and cabbage) and precooked rice and mix... for cabbage salad, toss cabbage slices with apple cider vinegar, salt, pepper, fish sauce, and sesame oil .
Foie gras bun, lobster garlic roll, taro bread, pillow cake & bubble teas (taro & green tea with cheese foam)
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Whipped up a full breakfast for my son as wanted him to eat lighter for lunch before his exam. Less energy should be used in digestion during exam😄.
Miso seaweed ABC soup
Steamed egg with mushroom and fish paste(left over from yesterday's yong tau fu).
This recipe is very simple to do at home and probably takes 25mins from prep to serve.
Fish is one of my favorite sources of protein. I love to cook fish, especially salmon as its high in omega 3. Today is a lil special, we have cod fish! .
- A handful of noodes
- 100g organic toufu.
- 50g cod fish.
- A handful of xiao bai cai and mushroom.
- 2 teaspoons whitebait powder
- 2 teaspoons olive oil
- 1 teaspoon minced garlic.
- 3 teaspoons sesame oil
- 2 tablespoons water
1. Boiled a pot of water and cook the baby noodles from @double_happiness_singapore .Once it's cooked, loosen the noodles and coat with 2 teaspoons of sesame oil. Set aside.
2. Lightly coat the base of a non-stick frying pan with olive oil then place the pan over a medium-high heat
3. Once the pan is hot, place the cod fish in and cook for 2-3mins each side or until it's fully cooked.
4. Clean the pan and pour in a lil of olive oil for stir fry the veggies.
5. Once the olive oil turns hot (but not smoke okay), add in the minced garlic. A quick stir fry for about 45sec.
6. Add in the tomatoes and toufu. Stir for about 1min and push it to the edges of the pan and add in the veggies, follow by water, sesame oil, whitebait powder from @liloikanbilis
7. Continue to stir until it's boiled. Remove from the heat and it's ready to serve.
Played around with some new recipes today and ended up loving this one- Skinny Orange Chicken with Brown Rice and Steamed Broccoli. 🥢 I need to make a few edits then will post it to the blog!! For now you can follow along on my stories to see how it’s done.
save room for my l̶o̶v̶e̶ food 🍜
🇹🇼: rainy cold days call for Taiwanese beef noodle soup! Hearty, comforting broth made with cinnamon, star anise, dried chilis and lots more good tings. You can kick it up with some birds eye chilis and top with scallions. My parents are coming this week and I’m excited to cook in the kitchen with them, dishes are always learnt easiest IRL since no one in the family seems to use measuring tools 😂.
Family BNS recipe is on the blog, link in bio!