This is a really simple dish to make, but the main ingredient — salted turnips — may be hard to find at places other than Asian supermarkets.
There are no other ingredients besides salted turnips, green onions and eggs,
but it still turns out to be a salty, flavorful dish that goes well with rice or beer on a summer day!
Two main things to watch out for are the fluffiness of the eggs and the amount of oil in the dish.
Continue reading Taiwanese Omelette – Salty Turnip Egg Pancake
This is my favorite celebrity chef. Following his instructions has always yielded pretty good results!
Here I am reporting on a modified version of the basil eggplant dish, which was tweaked because I hate frying things, I don’t have enough oil anyways, and I sadly also don’t have vinegar nor sweet soy sauce paste.
It’s pretty simple and doesn’t require a lot of ingredients, but if you’re a sucker for basil and garlic like me, this is a pretty awesome dish that goes super well with rice!
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This is my first post on this blog, and I am envisioning a glorious website filled with equal amounts of semi-legitimate recipes and derpy fly-by-the-seats-of-my-pants cooking.
A little bit about me: I’m Taiwanese. I grew up literally across the street from a night-market, and was never more than 10-minutes walk away from food that was pretty damn amazing.
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