Delicious! Made these home fries with breakfast frittata, and it was perfect. Golden and brown on the outside, and soft on the inside. It went deliciously well with frittata. Will recommend this recipe.
A classic Chinese noodle dish, it's served in almost every Chinese restaurant in China, and every family knows how to make this easy yet delicious dish.13 minutes ago
A spicy vegetable stew - easy to make. Some find that the flavors of the vegetables don't stand out unless you put in a lot of tabasco. But not everyone likes it hot. Just add enough to make the stew seem spicy to you.
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