korean jap chae. recipe from here
i ended up using the wrong type of noodles…twice. so better luck next time!
filled with carrot, daikon, avocado and wakame (seaweed).
a japanese confection — mochi (a glutenous rice cake) filled with anko (red bean paste). you can use other fillings, like certain fruits. recipe from here
this was my first time attempting both the jap chae and daifuku. with the jap chae, everything was right, except for the noodles, which i think would have made a significant difference. but all in all it turned out decent. instead of using beef which the recipe normally calls for, i used baked tofu. the dish was a little bland, and actually tasted like more of a filipino pancit dish in the end.
the daifuku turned out yummy, but i need to work on folding up the little mochi balls, because the red bean paste would squeeze out sometimes. overall though im really happy i found the recipe , and that it’s so simple [microwave!] anddd its a lot cheaper than buying em at the store. :]