I hope everyone had a great weekend, and let’s start a another great week!! 😀
I didn’t have time to post about last weekend so I’m going to post real quick about it!!
On, Saturday after I posted about Friday, my friends came over to my home, to watch football together.
You know it was a big game, AL vs LSU!!!
Well, No.2 couldn’t beat No.1 this time.
Buy the way my hubby and I are Notre Dame fans.
GO IRISH!!! lolol
Watching football, got to have chicken wings and beer right?
You know how much my hubby loves wings especially my Asian Zing Wings!! 🙂
He likes my Asian zing wings better than Buffalo Wild Wings original version. Hehe.
It turned out a little bit salty, but thank my friends and hubby for ate’em all!! 🙂
Next time I won’t make mistake!! >.<;;
I wasn’t really felt good that day, so I made lots of mistake while I’m cooking.
But my really sweet friend Yuuki, she made and brought Nikujyaga to my house!!!
It saved my day!! >.<
Nikujyaga (Meat and Potato) – A Japanese home-cooked comfort food.
A Japanese dish of meat, potatoes and onion stewed in sweetened soy sauce, sometimes with ito konnyaku and vegetables. Generally, potatoes make up the bulk of the dish, with meat mostly serving as a source of flavor. It usually is boiled until most of the liquid is evaporated. Thinly sliced beef is the most common meat used, although minced/ground beef is also popular. Pork is often used instead of beef in eastern Japan. From Wikipedia
You can see Nikujyaga bottom of right side. She made double of that, but I was eating it while I’m cooking at my kitchen.. hehehe
And I pretty much finished the rest of it by myself.
I LOVE her Nikujyaga. >.<
And this is what we ate on Sunday lunch! 🙂
And dinner for my Fast Quick Ramen Noodles!!
I made dashi stock, and cook an egg and bacon in the stock.
Take the egg and bacon out, add miso for flavor (Or soy sauce) then add dried ramen noodles, cook.
Garnish with the hard-boiled egg, poached bacon, green onion and dried seaweed!
Where I live, I can’t even see pork belly, especially thin cut pork belly? Yeah, right, I haven’t had fresh pork belly such a looooooong time.
So I use thin cut bacon instead of fresh pork belly very many times.
It is not same but sometimes, it works!