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What to take for a breakfast? [Milky] Coffee [with a book] first! But then, there are choices that I love the most, croissants with confiture, or eggs with becon, or donnuts with cream, or toasts with butter. Whaterver! - Morning should be just lovely, tasty and colorful.
Tteok-bokki is one of popular street food in Korea. It made up of small-sized rice cakes and soft fish cakes in a spicy-sweet chili sauce (gochujang). It reminds me of the memory of eating it as after school snack with my friends back in the days.
This is part of a small collection of prints about Japanese food. I got inspired directly by the amazing blog of Shihoko, a born and raised Japanese native who is living in Australia at the moment.
Each art prints contains the link to the recipe page.
You can find all the recipes (and more!) at Shihoko’s website : https://www.chopstickchronicles.com/
I've been cooking food that is lockdown friendly. This is one of those recipes which has very basic ingredients that are usually present in every kitchen. You don’t need to get out and go for a special shopping trip to whip up a spicy twist on the classic scrambled eggs.
This recipe serves one very Hungry person
During this quarantine period, the staples in my pantry are luncheon meat and ramen noodles. This is an easy recipe if you want to “level-up” your instant ramen noodles by adding luncheon meat, hard boiled egg & scallions. If you have any leafy greens in the ref like cabbage, spinach or bean sprouts, you can throw them in as well.