Japchae (Korean Stir-Fried Noodles) 韓式辣炒冬粉

Whenever I go to Korean restaurants, I always enjoy this appetizer a lot!! It can be either spicy or non-spicy, served either cold or warm, and the ingredients can be easily adjusted as the vegetables you like. Most of all, it’s very easy to make and really tasty~ Enjoy~ Continue reading Japchae (Korean Stir-Fried Noodles) 韓式辣炒冬粉

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Chinese mushroom chicken rice soup 香菇雞蓉粥

This is a very simple, nutritious dish; aka, another comfort food especially great for late nights. If you have a rice cooker or slow cooker that don’t know when to use them, this is the time to let the machine help you out. 🙂 All you need to do is clean and chop all the ingredients and add them all into the rice cooker or slow cooker. One hour later, a great meal is ready for you!! I love the natural chicken stock that I made from rotisserie chicken bones instead of regular chicken stock from super market. Not only because it’s more healthy, but a more natural flavor and less salty to the taste. Continue reading Chinese mushroom chicken rice soup 香菇雞蓉粥