Made with Pixian Doubanjiang (郫县豆瓣酱), these Sichuan style pork bones are numbing and spicy, loaded with flavours, almost addictive! Pixian Doubanjiang is a type of spicy fermented bean paste commonly used for making braised & stir-fried Chinese dishes. It is an umami-rich seasoning paste that’s almost good with everything.
Oyakodon, meaning “parent-and-child donburi”, is a popular Japanese donburi dish invented in the late 19th century. It consists of sliced onion, chicken, eggs simmered in a sweet-savory sauce, poured over a bowl of steamed rice. Oyakodon is a rather simple dish that only requires one pan. It is a delicious, hearty and healthy meal done in 15 … [Read more…]
Chinese pan fried buns, AKA sheng jian bao（生煎包）, is a very popular Chinese street food across the whole county, especially in the southern parts of China. It constitutes part of my childhood memory and remains one of my favorite traditional dishes. The buns are filled with juicy pork filling, bottom parts are fried till golden, crispy. … [Read more…]
Meat lovers heads up! Today I am sharing this super simple Japanese chashu (ramen pork) recipe. Now you can make restaurant quality chashu at home! Chashu basically means braised pork. For me, chashu and a perfectly cooked Ajitsuke Tamago (soft-boiled marinated egg) are must when I go for a bowl of ramen. Without them, ramen is not complete LOL. Normally pork … [Read more…]