Honey Garlic Soy Roast Pork Lettuce Wraps

Garlic honey soy roast pork is a super simple recipe that takes one pot and cooks slowly in the oven and is packed with flavor. This recipe is really versatile. You can serve it as lettuce wraps as I did, or you can add it to noodles or rice with some vegetables. You need toContinue reading “Honey Garlic Soy Roast Pork Lettuce Wraps”

Easy Pork Chile Verde

Pork chile verde is a delicious dish made with tender cubes of pork, slow cooked in a delicious chile verde sauce. You can serve this dish with rice, or my favorite way is to serve with some corn tortillas, onion, cilantro and sour cream. This recipe is a quicker version of chile verde using jarredContinue reading “Easy Pork Chile Verde”

Ginger Garlic Pork Noodle Soup

The ginger garlic pork noodle soup was a simple dinner I put together from stuff I had in my fridge and freezer. The components are straightforward but I used several Asian ingredients to really boost the flavor here. For the soup base I used chicken stock, to which I added some ginger, garlic, Korean beefContinue reading “Ginger Garlic Pork Noodle Soup”

Seared Pork Banh Mi

As I said in my post yesterday for these delicious rolls, we love banh mi. This particular recipe is a slightly more healthy version of a typical pork banh mi. A pork banh mi usually has caramelized pork (typically a fattier cut) as well as some pork pate on it, which is super amazing andContinue reading “Seared Pork Banh Mi”

Italian Stuffed Pork Tenderloin

I’ll admit I was a little bit reluctant to make this recipe. Butterflying and stuffing a pork tenderloin seemed like kind of a lot of effort on a weeknight, but I was pleasantly surprised that it was actually very easy and quick to do. Plus it was delicious!! I really liked this, and it willContinue reading “Italian Stuffed Pork Tenderloin”

Bindaetteok (Korean Mung Bean Pancakes)

Korean mung bean pancakes (or bindaetteok), are savory pan fried cakes made from ground dried mung beans and a variety of tasty fillings. My favorite is pork/kimchi. This recipe is a combo of my mother-in-law’s recipe and the recipe in the Korean Kitchen cookbook. These are really healthy for you as mung beans have aContinue reading “Bindaetteok (Korean Mung Bean Pancakes)”

White Beans and Sausage with Greens

This is just about the easiest meal you can make, but it is still so tasty. All you need is a can of white beans, some sausage, some greens and few extras to ramp up the flavor. I used smoked turkey keilbasa for this, but you could use any kind of sliceable sausage that youContinue reading “White Beans and Sausage with Greens”

Grilled Thai Pork Tenderloin with Soba Noodle Salad

This grilled Thai pork tenderloin with soba noodle salad is one of my favorite meals we have had recently. I typically sous vide my pork tenderloin because it is a great method to ensure really tender, juicy pork. This grilled tenderloin was just as good though, and I will be making this often. One ofContinue reading “Grilled Thai Pork Tenderloin with Soba Noodle Salad”

Suan La Fen (Hot and Sour Noodle Soup)

We love pretty much all Asian food, especially soups, and this Chinese hot and sour noodle soup doesn’t disappoint. There so so many flavor components to this dish, and they come together beautifully. I wish I had another bowl right now. 🙂 Traditionally, this soup is made by placing all the ingredients and seasonings intoContinue reading “Suan La Fen (Hot and Sour Noodle Soup)”

Spam and Egg Onigirazu

Onigirazu is a variation on Japanese Onigiri (rice balls), that is more of a rice/seaweed sandwich with different fillings. These are less traditional and can be filled with lot of different things. I made a version with spam, fried egg and lettuce and these were delicious. You need a few things to make these. ItContinue reading “Spam and Egg Onigirazu”