When the Food Network Show Food Truck Road Trip was here a couple weeks ago I met the crew of the Mobile Moo Shu Truck and tried one of their dishes at the Elimination segment of the Show. A BulgoGi Taco. It was good. On their Facebook Page I saw an Image of a dish described as "Panko crusted shrimp, garlic coconut cream sauce, spicy mint and basil mango salsa, served on a bed of rice!" So I decided to take that as an inspiration and create something similar.
With lots of adjustments from the original New York Times claimed best Chocolate Chip Cookie. Their's is good. Ours is better.
My take on this soup by making modifications to two other recipes I had seen. Soup can be made using either Rice or Orzo pasta
Key to this is timing and to help that is having the prep done before you start as well as having the ingredients for each phase ready to go.
Could easily substitute other proteins in place of the pork. Use Chicken, Shrimp, etc...
Also could use additional veggies like bean sprouts, water chestnuts, etc..
Korean Steamed Eggs
If you like nice fluffy eggs you’ll want to give this dish a try. Super easy and super quick to make – Less than 10 minutes start to finish
The eggs come out so light and fluffy they make an omelet or quiche look like they are made of lead.
Think of this as being like a cross between an Omelet and Chicken Noodle soup (minus the noodles).
Do all the prep the night before so that in the morning it’s just a pop in the oven and enjoy without a load of dirty dishes to clean
Found this recipe on FoodNetwork’s website.
I like to make Hot Browns with the leftovers at Thanksgiving. When I saw this recipe had to give it a try. It’s pretty good. Next time I think I’ll still make a cheese sauce to go with it. If you don’t want to make a cheese sauce from scratch this store bought Welch Rarebit sauce from Stouffer’s works well.