Thanks to everyone for the thoughts and prayers - they are much appreciated. Over the past week or so I have managed to try a few new recipes. One was this chicken curry soup.
Although the soup was good, it would have been better with the addition of coconut milk. I felt like it was missing something.
I also tried some buttermilk pancakes, which I will definitely make again. You can find the recipe for them here. I agree with the name of the recipe - these probably are the best buttermilk pancakes I have ever had.
The other day I made a stop at our local Korean grocery store and picked up some kimchi and gochujang. Those who know me well know that I loooooove kimchi. I even made my own once.
I was bored this evening and decided to try whipping up some kimchi fried rice. I started by frying up a few tablespoons of onion in peanut oil until it started to brown.
I then added 1/4 cup chopped kimchi and cooked for a few minutes before adding one cup of cooked rice.
I cooked this for about 4-5 minutes. Meanwhile I fried an egg. I removed the wok from the heat and stirred 1.5 T soy sauce, 1 tsp sesame oil and 1 chopped green onion into the rice. I served it with the egg on top and a few heaping teaspoons of gochujang.
Have you made anything new lately?
Have you ever cooked with kimchi?