Ah yes, the ubiquitous Chinese chili oil recipe; a highly-addictive condiment, topped on just about anything edible–and for good reason! This super easy-to-make chili oil has a designated spot in my pantry and I'm never without a jar. Whip up a batch and see why so many love it so much.
Do you find yourself gazing at the ceiling, staring out at nothing, or just giving up on keeping track of what day it is? Same. I think of soup as a bowl of solace; warm and comforting feels that will make this time not seem as though we're living in a dystopian sci-fi novel. In short, make this soup. You'll feel better.
How many of you had a beachy getaway planned before COVID-19 hit? I didn't–but for those of you who did and are now itching for vacation-like feels, try your hand at making this. Fragrant, coconut-lime flavor with a whisper of sweetness. It's kinda like a tropical libation, but in food form.
In these times, when you find yourself cooking more than you ever thought you would (or want to), a quick bowl like this one makes cooking another meal not so bad. It's simple, unfussy and v tasty. Exactly what we all need right now.
I make this salmon curry a couple times/month, and since stay-at-home, more like a couple times/week. It's fairly simple to make and my go-to since I typically have the ingredients on hand. Whip this up, hug yourself and curl into a tight ball after.
You have your main dish covered, now for the side dish. Pictured above might be what you're looking for. Drizzle-drizzle chili oil on top and pair this with garlic rice for an extra oomph.