According to our housemate this Taiwanese Breakfast Burger tastes like dumplings in a bun! We’ve cooked so much flavour right into the patty then topped it off with a crispy fried egg. Ready for breakfast?
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I know I know, I can hear you now. Burgers for breakfast?
Also before we get started with today’s recipe, we just want to ask:
Have you ever been to Taiwan? Ever eaten a Taiwanese Breakfast Burger? If so, we want to hear from you!
You see, we weaved together our memories of our own Taiwanese Breakfast Burger experience with a little experimentation in the kitchen. But we’re keen to hear what you’ve discovered.
This Yakisoba Noodles Recipe is packed with pork, veggies and ramen noodles golden fried into deliciousness and drizzled in a sweet and salty stir fry sauce. Grab your chopsticks and get ready to wok and roll.
So… Sarah has a confession.
The first time she tried Yakisoba, she was ridiculously hungover on the 46th floor of the Umeda Sky Building, about to watch the summer festival fireworks.
The noodles sat in a crisp white take-away box, full of saucy gloriousness. A hangover cure to surpass even that of a KFC Ultimate Burger Meal.
Just one bite and she was hooked:
No… just… one… more… bite!
Mmmmmm, this is the last one…
I’m just going to finish it.
A rich, smoky and spicy Italian pasta sauce with fiery Calabrian ‘nduja salumi. Marta’s Rustic Pork & Beef Ragu is super easy to make and packed with flavour (and hidden vegetables). Perfect for a hungry winter’s night or when you just need a big bowl of comfort food.
Today we’re a teensy bit keen, because we’re finally going to share with you the FIRST European recipe we ever collected.
And it just so happens we came across it in Japan.
Vietnamese Sweet and Sour Fried Wontons are a super delicious appetiser or snack that look super impressive but are super simple to make.
Sometimes, when it comes to dinner, one dish just isn’t enough.
Heck, sometimes one location for dinner isn’t enough.
And so, one hot and buzzing night in the port town of Hoi An, Vietnam, we decided a roaming dinner was the order of the
day, err… night, and discovered a beloved local delicacy: Crispy, tasty and super moreish Vietnamese Fried Wontons.
Our lives have never been the same since, really.
This super tasty Japanese snack is packed with juicy minced pork and seriously tasty umami flavour. Steam fry your very own homemade Gyoza (Japanese Pork Dumplings) until crispy, chewy, golden brown and enjoy. Oh yeah!
So… we’ll let you in on a little secret.
We’re sorta, kinda,
maybe just a little bit totally ADDICTED to dumplings.
Doesn’t even matter if they’re big or small, spicy Asian style or savoury European dumplings. We love them all.
But we especially love these funky little gyoza – aka Japanese Pork Dumplings.
I mean, just look at them… sitting here in all their crispy steam fried glory. Tell me you wouldn’t eat them all RIGHT NOW if you could.
Yeah. That’s what I thought. 😛