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Popcorn Chicken with Taiwanese Basil

Popcorn Chicken with Taiwanese Basil

Taiwanese popcorn chicken with basil, or Salt and Pepper Chicken (yan su ji) is a popular Taiwanese street food and also sold in a lot of American bubble tea chains. It is cooked with basil leaves and highly addictive.

Coconut Nutella Fudgsicles

Coconut Nutella Fudgsicles

These babies only require two ingredients; coconut milk and Nutella. They are way easier to make than the strawberry mango pops in my last post, and even THOSE were easy to make. The popsicles have the same consistency and texture as the actual fudgsicles at […]

Strawberry Mango Yogurt Pops

Strawberry Mango Yogurt Pops

My strawberry mango yogurt pops only consist of 5 ingredients; a half a pint of strawberries, a whole chopped mango, two small containers of Greek strawberry yogurt, lime juice and sugar. I reserved some of the fruit to sprinkle in between pouring into the popsicle […]

Bulgogi Nachos with Gochujang Cheese Sauce

Bulgogi Nachos with Gochujang Cheese Sauce

This recipe is my take on a Korean version of nachos; instead of ground beef, I use bulgogi beef, and instead of regular nacho cheese I use gochujang nacho cheese.

Gochujang Nacho Cheese

Gochujang Nacho Cheese

I found a recipe for regular nacho cheese on Seriouseats.com and decided that in place of the Frank’s red hot they use for the heat, I would use gochujang. This is nacho regular cheese dip. Get it? Nacho. Sorry, I couldn’t help it. Here is the […]

Bulgogi

Bulgogi

I had a craving for nachos, but not just any nachos. Korean nachos. But before I could make Korean nachos, I would need to make some bulgogi for it. And I would also need to make nacho cheese. But that’s in another post. Right now […]

Bibimbap Burger

Bibimbap Burger

Bibimbap burger – marinated ground beef with soy and brown sugar, green onions and garlic, topped with spinach and carrots, and topped with a fried egg.

Pork and Shrimp Siu Mai

Pork and Shrimp Siu Mai

After years of steaming foods on a plate placed on a rack in a pot of simmering water, I finally bought a bamboo steamer. Both methods (the Macgyver version I’ve always used, and the bamboo) yield the same result, so you don’t need fancy equipment […]