The French onion soup contains very simple ingredients but needs your time and patient to slowly cook out the flavors to have a good balance of salty and sweetness.
The most time consuming part and the key to make the soup taste good is to caramelize onion for about 45 mins to 1 hour. You need to be careful not to burn the onion but still keep it slowly cooked till lightly brown before you add any liquid into the soup.
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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
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
Every time when I walk by the deli section of supermarket or Costco rotisserie chickens, the sense of smell and the juicy looks of these delicious meat just always triggers my urge to buy one home and enjoy.
However, a whole chicken leftovers can be a headache especially for single people or small families. Today, I’m going to tell you what would be the BEST way to eat the rotisserie chicken and make it Bang for Your Buck!!! Continue reading The most EFFECTIVE way to eat rotisserie chicken 雞盡其用，Costco 烤雞吃法大全 – 準備篇