Yeap. You read it right. These are the ultimate child snacks. They will go crazy over these. You can use brownie mix and cookie dough that they sell at supermarkets or you can make it from scratch like me. I used the brownie recipe from the food network website, and the chocolate chip cookie recipe from the same site as well. All you do is just fill the muffin cup
It’s really not easy cooking for the kids. Well for Josh and Andrea that is. They have the most sensitive taste buds on earth.
The kids wanted waffles and so I bought a waffle iron plate on Coupang.com It was only about ten bucks but I’m starting to regret buying it. I should have just gotten an electronic waffle maker instead.
So the other day, I went to FairPrice and chicken wings were only around $2 per pack. Each pack containing about 6-7 wings. I was so amazed by this price that I grabbed 2 packs without even thinking. I didn’t know what to make with it (all I’ve made with chicken wings are fried chicken wings or honey garlic wings). I went through my current favorite cooking show “집밥백선생” and
Bul Go Gi (marinated beef) for about 250g of beef: 2 tablespoons of less salt soy sauce 1 tablespoon of sugar or sweetener 1/2 tablespoon of sesame oil 1/2 teaspoon of ginger powder 1/2 teaspoon of minced garlic Mix all of the above with the beef and marinate overnight. When you’re ready to make the dish, stir-fry the marinated beef with vegetables of your choice. Dice them
For dinner today I made KAL BI (갈비) and EGG (달걀) Rice for the kids. Its kind of like the DONBURI rice bowls that they have at Japanese restaurants. But for kids. Heat your frying pan to medium-high heat and while it heats up, place white rice in a bowl so that it’ll site for a bit to cool. Make scrambled eggs with plenty of milk (it’s ok if
White rice with Kimchi and Johnsonville Sausages. I washed the kimchi once so that it wouldn’t be as spicy as how we would eat it.
So today I decided to make Shrimp Wontons at home for the kids. More like Shrimp Dimsum. It was super easy to make. I chopped up grey tiger shrimp (about 10 large ones), 1 white button mushroom, 1/3 of a carrot, 1 stem of green onion, 1/4 of a onion, 1 teaspoon of garlic, 1 small egg yoke, 2 tablespoons of corn starch, and 1 tablespoon of sesame oil.
Andrea’s 7th and 8th teeth are coming in right now and she hasn’t really been eating well. So the other day I took the time to cook some porridge for her. The old fashion KOREAN style JOOK(죽) kind of way. I first cook the beef, then add the veggies (I don’t use any oil, just a little bit of water), then I add about two cups of water and bring