Make the dough ahead of time and keep in your freezer, so you can have dinner rolls without the bother of making fresh dough every time, and you can bake however many you like, not be trapped in a recipe much too large for your needs.
I am always trying to raise the bar on fried rice recipes. This one reminds me of some Vietnamese versions and has a hint of sweetness both from the lup cheong and the ketjap manis. With char siu it will taste more distinctively Chinese.
You see the V word. You either will or you won't. It is not refined eating, but it's the kind of home cooking that working-class people love and enjoy every day. So, if you hate Velveeta, be nice or begone...
A kind of vegetable soup served in South India, usually accompanying idli or masala dosa. This version has some *slightly* Americanized ingredient options, if you can't find the vegetables native to India.
From pepper.ph. Originally called "Honey Bagoong Chicken Wings: Because Bon Chon and Barrio Fiesta won’t make Love", you can see why this caught my eye. From there, it was all about the food. You can get the shrimp sauce in an international grocer. It doesn't look like fish sauce- it should be saucy looking and a little bit pinkish colored. Don't be afraid of the smell, but yes, like fish sauce, it can offend, but NOT in the final dish.