Wednesday, January 21, 2015

Fusion Cuisine?

     The latter might be debatable but I'm pretty sure using smoked bratwurst as the meat in a spicy Korean-style stir-fry qualifies, though cooks from either country's kitchens might look askance at the "Seven Whole Grains" mixture I used in place of rice.  Hey, there's rice in it!

     Whatever you call it, the combination worked well.  I cut the meat into rounds, stir-friend rice once it was well along, then added some fresh carrot/broccoli/cauliflower mix, cut up bite-size.  The sauce was a packaged pour-over-and-simmer from the corner market.  I bought it on a whim and the mild heat paired up well against the smoky brat and grain mixture. 


Sean D Sorrentino said...

The Wife and I once made the mistake of going to a new Indian restaurant that advertised on that internet discount coupon site.

They had apparently replaced the meat in their curry with the meat you get in a gyro. Now gyro meat tastes wonderful in a pita with tzatziki sauce. It tastes like horrible crap with curry.

All was not lost, however. We got a funny story out of it. And we learned never to eat there again.

Comrade Misfit said...

I was sort of hoping for a post about deuterium.

rickn8or said...

"And we learned never to eat there again. "

AND you didn't have to pay full price for this information.

Windy Wilson said...

German-Korean Cuisine. There could be a joke there somewhere, something like German-Chinese Cuisine: an hour later, you're hungry for power.
I'll have to make this the next time I have my brother and sister-in-law over.