Sorry I haven’t been updating here for so long, life has been busy and some of my cooking passion and creativity just left me for a while. I am glad to say the passion and love for cooking, blogging and all that passion for life and work is burning inside me once again. I love it and feel more like myself and full of energy. (No, I still don’t exercise but I am getting to it, seriously.)
For the coming back recipe, I am going to share with you this super easy and healthy salad I love – Apple Chicken Salad.
Hong Kong style peanut butter sauce is very essential to my favorite street food – rice noodles (Recipe here). Actually, it should be sesame sauce but for cost and efficiency reasons, most places (or all) only serve you peanut butter sauce. If you ever find someone serve the real sesame sauce made with real sesame seeds, you are in luck and probably should go buy a lottery ticket. This sauce is so simple and easy to made, I almost want to put it in the rice noodles recipe and call it a day. However, I do like my recipes sorted nicely in the blog, so here you go.
Peanut Butter Sauce Recipe
Ingredients: Peanut Butter (Creamy) 1 tablespoon
Water 3 tablespoons
Hong Kong is a food heaven with countless delicious food, from street food to Michelin starred restaurants, you can pretty much taste the world in this little city. One of my favorite street food, some times serve in restaurants (dim sum or congee restaurants), is rice noodles loaded with sweet soy sauce, peanut sauce and hoisin sauce (the original “sweet sauce” is not available in US), sprinkles with some toasted sesame, the most traditional way to serve it. If you like it spicy, add a few drop of Sriracha wouldn’t hurt.