Nothing personal, but I think no food can beat Asian foods. They are just so rich in flavors and spices.
It has been couple months since the last time I went to Viet Hoa Food Market. My stock of Asian foods were almost gone. Luckily, one of my friend asked me if I want to go there or not today. My reply was YES.
I bought several things from there:
1 box of Indomie Rasa Pedas
Pancit Canton noodle
Shim Ramyun ramen
All of this almost cost me $40. I guess you need to sacrifice your money more if you want to eat some good food, right? Can’t wait to cook those Indomie. My mouth is already watering just by mentioning it. If you have never tried Indomie before, you should.
If you are in Pensacola, FL area, like Asian foods, and want to visit Viethoa Food Market, here’s the address:
Viet Hoa Food Market
3707 Mobile Hwy.
Pensacola, FL 32505
Tu-Sa 08:30-19:30; Su 8:30-18:30
– Chicken thigh
– Mix vegetables and cut potatoes
– Sliced Onions
– Chicken bouillon
1.) Boil chicken until it’s soft (you can add salt to add flavor)
2.) Add cut potatoes and wait for 5-10 minutes until the potato is rather soft. Add mix vegetables, sliced onions, and chicken bouillon.
3.) Wait for about 1 minutes, and add egg(s). Wait for another 1-2 minutes, and then stir the soup so that the egg will mix up.
4.) Add addition salt and pepper if needed and Let it boil for another 5 minutes.
5.) Serve with fried onions, sweet soy sauce and hot sauce.
– Stir-fry beef
– Hot dogs
– Mix vegetables
– Minced garlic
– Alfredo sauce
1.) Cook spaghetti until it’s “almost” soft and drain it.
2.) Stir fry mince garlic and the beef, add soy sauce for more flavor. After the beef is almost cooked, add cut hot dogs. Wait until the beef is cooked.
3.) Mix the beef and spaghetti together. Stir them well.
4.) Add mix vegetables in and stir them well.
5.) Add alfredo sauce and stir them well.
6.) Add any additional salt and pepper.