FUTURE LET'Z EAT SOME ASIAN FOOD CLASSES ARE SCHEDULED FOR;
(subject to change)
Thursday, March 11, 2021 - 6PM 'til 8PM
You know you have had it before, that light, crispy salad that is served before a habachi display cooking meal.
And you know you’ve asked the question; “What’s in this dressing? It’s so light, but loaded with flavor. What is the secret?”
This is your chance to find out how to make it. There are a lot of ingredients, and get this...
they are ALL NATURAL.
I have absolutely No-No reason why This-This dish is called Dan-Dan Noodles, but I do know that they are Damn-Damn good.
It features seasoned, crumbled, ground pork cooked in a Sichuan-style, sort of spicy sauce consisting of peanut butter, fresh ginger and other regional flavors.
It is a hearty dish that is perfect to be served family-style and enjoyed with friends and family.
Dan-Dan noodles have become a signature dish for a well-known Asian bistro (the name starts with P.F., but that’s as far as I am going...) who are compelled to charge Boo-Boo-Koo-Koo Bucks for it.
Make it at home on the cheap and enjoy doing it.
Here's another easy stir-fry recipe that will challenge your favorite Chinese take-out food. The chicken has a little “pop” to it, but you can adjust the heat up or down as you explore this recipe. The chicken is stir-fried with an assortment of fresh vegetables, including green onion and julienne carrots.
Here’s the kicker... it all blends with Ramen noodles. Remember those 3 for $1 packets of carbs so many of us ate in college?
Well... They’re back and trust me, this meal is MUCH more satisfying than those “just getting started” meal memories.
I really like this recipe. It's easy, it's inexpensive and the flavors work so well together. We’ll take thinly sliced pork tenderloin and stir-fry it with red bell peppers, celery, onions, mushrooms and fresh pineapple. (you can explore different vegetable options with this recipe)
The sauce is light and simple.
Any leftover? There’s nothing like reheated Chinese food in the morning after a long night...