Jongling between Western and eastern food ingredients. When you crave for something and ingredients you don't have on hand...do the magic in the kitchen. That's is what i call food adventure.
Looks really good!Any leftover? Thanks for sharing...Tin
Nice! Well done!!
Hi cj's, thanks tin, i think i can be proud of it. It is less calorique than the usual french stuff.. "chair à saucisse" which is a mixture of grounded porc and veal with usually lots of fats. The middle picture was taken by son on a messy table..LOL.Hello, bea.. merci de ta visite!Wow flattered to have a chef cuisine to have in my lousy blog!My husband and the children have love the meat but not really the side dish. I love bulghor or anything like couscous or taboulé.They go along well with this roast porc.The ANZAC soon..LOL
it looks good as well. do you have a recipe for that ? is it similar to embutido ?
hello chas, no it is not like embutido. more on morcon.. but i used porc filet and with simple stuffing.. it is light and tasty. I'll explain more later. Thanks again for visiting
Looks yum. Is is easy to do?
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