Korean Fried Chicken Wings

Who doesn’t love Korean Fried Chicken Wings? I’m sure everyone loves Korean Fried Chicken Wings. You can deep fry them or simply airfry them. However, if you really want to taste the real Korean style fried chicken, then deep fry them and forget calorie counting! Marinate the chicken wings for at least 4 hours orContinue reading “Korean Fried Chicken Wings”

Coleslaw Salad

Lots of sunshine and I hope everyone is enjoying Spring. Today I made Coleslaw Salad. So, what are you waiting for? Get your cabbage and carrots ready and start shredding. I am sharing my recipe for Coleslaw sauce. Yes, it’s very easy to prepare. INGREDIENTS: Shred the cabbage and carrots and simply put them inContinue reading “Coleslaw Salad”

What’s for dinner? Korean Crispy Fried Chicken, Tteokbokki and side dish Scallion Salad with Padak Vinaigrette Sauce

At home, Korean Cuisine is one of my family’s favorites. I can say that once or twice a week, I cook Korean food. Tteokbokki is a famous Korean food as well as the Crispy Fried Chicken. Scallion Salad normally is great eaten as side dish to fried chicken. The Tteokbooki and Crispy Fried Chicken wereContinue reading “What’s for dinner? Korean Crispy Fried Chicken, Tteokbokki and side dish Scallion Salad with Padak Vinaigrette Sauce”

Food for thought: Whole Wheat Artisan Bread

Artisan Bread is my last on my Bread Bucket List. I began my baking journey last year, April, 2020 just right after when lockdown started. I had to come back two weeks earlier from my trip to Philippines, New Zealand and Australia. After two weeks on lockdown, I had to find something to do toContinue reading “Food for thought: Whole Wheat Artisan Bread”

Food for thought: Sourdough Bread

My sourdough starter paid off! Cruella… Finally, here’s my very first official Sourdough Bread and of course a product of my own sourdough starter. I am very excited with baking sourdough bread and of course I am still feeding “Cruella” everyday. My children are telling me that I am addicted to baking already and gettingContinue reading “Food for thought: Sourdough Bread”