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Cooked this store bought spiral ham at 325 degrees Fahrenheit covered and glazed in the last ten minutes. Finger licking good!
Cooked for his Indian style yaki soba with fried Japanese fishcakes, seasoned with marmite and ketchup, really yummy to my tummy. Have a great winter holiday!
We hit the jackpot steaming 60 siu mais tonight. The hubs said he has not eaten so much siu mai his whole life. He said “best dinner ever” with a cream ale and a chocolate Santa lollipop for dessert.
Ingredients for the siu mai included minced bamboo shoots, black fungus, Shitake mushrooms, pork belly, shrimp, ground pork, white pepper, black pepper, shaoxing jiu/ Chinese rice wine and fish sauce for seasoning, topped with chopped carrots. This is modified from a recipe shared by a wonderful church sister.
Makes for a good all siu mai Saturday dinner!
Have a great weekend everyone!
Cooked this piping hot rice noodle soup tonight. It’s my comfort food for a cold rainy night where I am down with the typical cold. Warmed up our tummies! 🙂