It was a major feat cooking three dishes yesterday after watching the kids ten hours a day for a whole week. Luckily, I already had all the veggies precut the day before so I was only left with the cutting of the pork tenderloin and bacon after getting my son from his nap.
The egg omelette and shrimp were seasoned with fish sauce, sesame seed oil, white ground pepper, garlic powder and onion powder. The pork tenderloin was seasoned with dark soy sauce, garlic powder, onion powder, white ground pepper and soy sauce paste. It was stewed with the bitter gourd for a short while on low heat after being stir fried by itself with some chopped garlic till cooked most of the way. I would have used some salted black beans for the bitter gourd had my jar of salted black beans not gone bad.
The yellow beans were given to us at a church fellowship by a brother in Christ who planted them in his backyard. My daughter was happily plucking yellow beans for everybody. The yellow beans were a hybrid of green beans and they taste amazing. I got the idea of using bacon to fry with yellow beans from a recent TV show. It was the easiest of all three dishes. Phew, got them all done by the time the hubs got home last night. Have a great weekend everybody!