A tender and juicy pork chop on a bed of cheese and tomato sauce served over a bed of rice. Its a simple baked dish that has everything you need in a meal. Its such a simple meal that I hate myself for not trying to make it earlier. Because baked dishes are quite simple themselves. You’re plopping the dish into an oven to bake it, and its done.
Its unripe papaya and an assortment of raw veggies thrown together. And that’s the thing that threw me off at first. Eating unripe fruits doesn’t sound appealing. Imagine eating an unripe strawberry or banana. There’s none of the sweetness and nothing that resembles the fruit you love. That’s also how I feel about raw vegetables as well. I know that salads with dressing are amazing, but I’d never thought that would be the case with something like green beans.
Regular baked goods are delicious, but sometimes I want something lighter and refreshing. That’s where my love for lemon bars began. These baked goods infused with lemons gives you that refreshing feeling. Its perfect for those hot summers or when you need something more juicy. Because having cookies or other baked goods with milk doesn’t cut it in the summer, but an easy lemon bar recipe does.
Imagine being able to have all the deliciousness of mac and cheese by picking it up with your hands and taking a bite. Mac and cheese were already great, but mac and cheese balls makes them more super convenient. The balls are easy to get your hands on, but at the same time you don’t feel overwhelmed by having a whole plate of mac and cheese. Since they’re so easy to eat with each on ball forms, its definitely not for those on a diet as its easy to keep eating and eating.
The best part of this copycat Panda Express’ Honey Walnut Shrimp is the bite full of crunchiness. Walnuts are already crunchy themselves, but when coated when sugar, makes it even more satisfying. Then you reach the honey shrimp. Thanks to the batter, they have a medium crunch on the outside and as you go deeper, you get that soft tender shrimp in the inside. The added texture compliments the tenderness of the shrimp and goes with rice.