Thursday, April 26, 2007

Gone Bananas!

Trader Joe's Chocolate Dipped Bananas (count 4) - for a $1.99. I've gone bananas for these frozen treats. Have you ever had the frozen bananas at Disneyland? I remember my parents buying frozen bananas for us from the vendors there when we were little babies. :) So these brought back some fond memories. *chomp*

Sunday, April 22, 2007

Recipe: Fat rice noodles and Broccoli

Recipe: Fat rice noodles and Broccoli

1/2 package of rice noodles
1 onion
Oil for frying
Some hoisin sauce

I love the fat rice noodles and broccoli combination. The bits of garlic are very sweet. Sautee the onion and garlic. Toss in the broccoli. Then break noodles apart and combine them. Fry them all up and serve w/ hoisin sauce. It was very tasty. Hoisin sauce is so yums. The cost was very low too. Rice noodles are like under 2 bucks and broccoli from costco is under 4 dollars. I still have broccoli and I only used half of the rice noodles for this dish. (Serves 2)

Tuesday, April 10, 2007

Recipe: Onion Wonton Envelopes

Recipe: Onion Wonton Envelopes


Oil for deep frying
Wonton wrappers
2-3 Onions
1 egg for sealing


Chop the onions by cutting ends then slicing the onion in half. Place the cut side on the board and slice. Take a wonton wrapper lay it out, place the onions in the middle. Fold the ends up creating an envelope and seal it with a kiss (no seal it with some egg wash) where the onions are fully enclosed. Deep fry the envelopes until they are golden brown.

We had extra wonton wrappers laying around and I was scouring the kitchen for some ingredients. Avocado I thought? hmm.. okay maybe not. I found an onion. The recipe I made yielded only about 10 wontons. So if you are using a full package I'd recommend maybe 2-3 onions. I like onion rings! Similar I think but w/ a twist. My baby cousins helped me wrap up these cute little envelopes. It was fun and yums to eat.

Sunday, April 08, 2007

Happy Easter

Ohhh Ahhh Happy Easter! Hope you all have a good time w/ your family today. :D

Saturday, April 07, 2007

Recipe: Mushrooms Tomato Ground Turkey

Recipe: Mushrooms Tomato Ground Turkey
1/3 cup of Worcestershire sauce
1 pound Ground Turkey
1 can tomatoes
10 oz of mushrooms
Pepper to taste

Mix ground turkey and 1/3 cup of Worcestershire sauce in sauce pan and cook on medium heat. Mix in tomatoes. Drain the cooked turkey. Saute some mushrooms and mix ingredients together. Sprinkle pepper on top. Serve over white rice.

I was testing out using my newly purchased Worcestershire sauce. This was very tasty w/ white rice. Do you ever drain your food? This time I did. I packed this for hubbub and myself for lunch and I usually place the food on top of rice. So I didn't want the rice to be too soggy. :D

Sunday, April 01, 2007

What taste good and is good for you? A: Kim Chi.

I love eating Kimchi. :D My mother in law gave us some that she bought from costco and it's so good w/ white rice. My hubbub is convinced that anything that taste good is bad for you. So I looked up kimchi and healthy. What do you know, Kim-chi is quite delicious and healthy.