Coming from a Chinese family, tomato and egg stir-fry is a savory and sweet dish that I have eaten very often since I was a little child. It is a very common household dish in many Chinese families and as with most Chinese dishes, it goes great with rice. My mother used to prepare this for my sister and I quite often and it will always have a special place in my heart. The dish in essence is extremely simple and quick to make, with only tomatoes and scrambled eggs seasoned with a little bit of condiments.
Some households add additional ingredients to this stir-fry, a common example being Spam. I like mine without any additional ingredients. You can adjust the sweet and salty profile to your personal preference by adjusting the amount of salt and sugar; this is just how I like to prepare it. Enjoy!
Inspired by the aromatic flavours of the sage and fennel garlic paste in your traditional porchetta, here's a simple pork tenderloin recipe using the same flavours that can be completed in a little over 30 minutes. It is absolutely fail-safe and will come out delicious and succulent every time. You can serve this with a simple side salad and some mash or grains of your choice. Enjoy!
My husband and I fell sick a couple weeks ago, which sparked the occasion to make some comfort food while we're resting at home.
Congee, or rice porridge, is well known in the Chinese community for being the best 'sick' remedy. It's easy on the digestive system, which is perfect for when you are not feeling well and allows your body to absorb more nutrients from the ingredients. Best part, it is quite simple and low-maintenance to make, albeit a little time consuming. For the cooking vessel, either a large stainless steel, cast iron or ceramic pot will work. Enjoy!
This chia seed pudding recipe is super simple to make, delicious and nutritious! It's one of my go-to breakfast for mornings that I can prep the night before and then sleep in the next morning until the last possible minute before getting to work. This recipe only consists of three simple steps and consists of only three basic ingredients. You can also kick it up a notch by adding fruits and other complimentary spices. For example, I like to add a bit of oats and cinnamon powder (I've included and labelled the optional ingredients that I normally use in the recipe below). Enjoy!
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