This is my first time making this so I used the recipe from foodnetwork.com.
The noodles were just Chinese chow mein noodles, stir-fried with butter, garlic, tomatoes, this special long white mushrooms I found at the Korean market, and spinach.
Steak Salad + Spaghetti + Baked Mussels
This is quite simple, really. The steak salad is made up of red onions, tomatoes, sauteed white onions and mushrooms, packaged baby greens, Angus beef (I forgot what kind), cucumbers, and ponzu+olive oil dressing.
Spaghetti is just spaghetti cooked al dente, drained, and mixed with spaghetti sauce (any store bought kind is good).
Baked mussels were made from frozen mussels, with mayo mixed with finely minced garlic, put into the oven and baked for about half an hour at 350 degrees.
Fresh flour tortillas grilled on both sides, with swiss cheese and this delicious turkey & tomato & cheese sausage from ralphs :)
Mint & Chili Pepper Shrimp Chow Mein
Red chili pepper
Cook the noodles until they’re al dente. Then drain them and rinse with cold water so that they’re firm. Set the noodles aside.
- Cut the red chili peppers vertically, take out the seeds, then cut them horizontally.
- Cut the green onions.
- If you get fresh shrimp, you should take out the intestines (I forgot to do them in mine).
- Heat up your pan and drizzle some oil, let the oil heat up, then toss in the green onion and red chili pepper and a couple of dollops of bean paste.
- Then stir in the shrimp and noodles.
- Cut the mint leaves finely and with the heat off, stir them into the noodles.
- Salt to flavor. Then voila you’re done!
Guys I am so sorry for not updating because I have been vigorously cooking this whole month. My deepest apologies.
Today included some black pepper with beef and caramelized onions stir fried with udon, ravioli, and sushi and pork tenderloins starting tomorrow!
So stay tuned :) I think I’m getting better at this cooking stuff.