Couscous does resemble quinoa when cooked, but it is a form of pasta, not a seed like quinoa and taste less earthy than quinoa. Best of all, couscous cooks instantly! I love the "instant" part of it. Really.
These days when the weather gets too hot making me lose my appetite, such quick and light o (Read more...)
Kimchi noodles is supposed to be noodle soup in my understanding. I may be wrong, so you tell me. But in a way, does it really matter? The dry-version can be really interesting as well. Imagine. It is like having bibimbap but replacing the rice with cooked noodles, then the noodles tossed in a kimch (Read more...)
It has been months since I last cooked quinoa. I ran out of it and never had a chance to replenish it until I visited Costco where I would usually get a 3-4lb bag (truRoots Organic Quinoa) for less than $10.
Today, this quinoa dish is inspired by biryani, with the use of spices:
This is skillet noodles with served-by-the-sides pan-grilled shrimps, steamed/blanched Bok Choy, par-boiled eggs and stir-fried kale. So now, where do I get this idea? True that I often cook one-dish meal; however, I don't think I have had one with the combination of egg, shrimps, meat and vegetabl (Read more...)
There ain't any fish bones to make fish stock but that does not stop me from thinking and craving seafood bouillabaisse. Thinking + craving means finding a place (to eat out) that serves the dish, or cooking it. And when you can kill two birds with one stone - make seafood bouillabaisse and make a o (Read more...)