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pilox Level 216 KradiaEMS Beast Tamer Shared
My typical dinner: Cooked rice (in rice cooker ofc), then fry it, throw in some Thai sausage, tomatoes, mushroom sauce, egg, pepper, fish sauce (oyster), soy sayce and Teriyaki sauce, fry it on low heat for a few min.. Add some cucumber to the side and voila.

My white friends only eat potatoes and beef, which seem to me to be a very monotone and boring dinner.

So where my Chinese, Japs or Thai people at who all too familiar with 400 different spices and meat unheard of to westerners on their dinner plates?

i cant be the only one here on Besyl.
Posted: April 2017 Permalink

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aerial Level 213 Scania Beginner
+1 Hot bowl of white rice + teaspoon of butter + teaspoon of sesame oil + two or three fried eggs + soy sauce

Mash it up and enjoy your trip to heaven's feast
Apr 23 2017
beefly Level 60 Bellocan Beginner Justaway Guild See what games, anime & art beefly is intoBeefly
Basil is so dead, I'm convinced all the asians left and there's more whites and/or hispanics than asians here.

I usually just put a little oil, salt and garlic in my rice, that's still better than the westerners who don't even wash the starch off.

Idk, I don't cook often my mom usually does the cooking. Making the sauce is confusing to me.
Apr 23 2017
irlesley Level 200 Mardia Buccaneer
i'm not sure if this counts, but have you tried Hawaiian poke? it's seafood and kind of like sushi in a bowl mixed with lots of yummy sauces/toppings ^^ it's easy to make at home too since its like $10-15 in a shop hehe...

but other than that i just eat plain fried salmon,dry seaweed, soy sauce.. n if I'm extra fatty i add spicy mayo (I'm viet/japanese)
Apr 23 2017
shirly Level 200 Galicia Paladin
Put EVERYTHING in the rice cooker -- rice, Chinese sausage, yu choy. Yay, meals for days.
Apr 24 2017
cuddymd Level 214 Khaini Night Lord Emcy Guild
Diced onions + sliced thin red peppers, put in pan with some olive oil, sautee until brown. add a scrambled egg first, then add rice into pan, mix mix mix. salt and pepper + little garlic powder. mix mix mix. dash of seseame oil + soy sauce. Veggie fried rice!
Apr 27 2017
inkpan Level 122 Mardia Aran 4
Buy a pack of noodles + soup base

I then have: my breakfast, lunch, and dinner ( Ah... can't forget the kimchi)
Apr 27 2017
staplemory Level 20 Yellonde Battle Mage 1
Sometimes I make seafood ramyeon which is basically an instant jjamppong. For those who don't know what jjamppong is, it's basically what South Koreans consider as Chinese food (it's spicy seafood noodles). Ramyeon is instant noodles from Korea, and they don't always have MSG or have super crunchy noodles that you can eat right out of the bag like the Japanese/Chinese ones.

I love Japanese food, but it's hard to find the same quality of Japanese food in Canada as the restaurants in Japan.

Korean jjigaes (other than kimchi jjigae and budae jjigae) are my go-to meals. I like seafood soondubu, but the tofu is extremely hot and can burn your throat if you don't break/dissolve the tofu in your mouth before ingesting. I also love gamjatang even though I don't eat a lot of meat these days. The Korean shiso leaves (also the seeds) and the broth rly makes a good gamjatang.

I like making teriyaki chicken at home. It's very easy but I won't be sharing the recipe.
I also like shrimp and vegetable tempura.

I also like poke. Looks like someone has already mentioned it.

This one might not be a conventional one, but I love toasted mochi.

I'm also a fan of pressed/boxed sushi, and I want to try the persimmon leaf sushi from Nara before I die.

I know this is kinda fast food but I'm obsessed with Nene Chicken. Too bad they don't have that here in Canada. I don't think I would go to Korea again just for chicken, tho. I'm not rly that kinda person.
Apr 29 2017

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