Tilapia Brown Rice Porridge-Momofuku Inspired
As soon as I got the book, I started reading it page by page. I like the fact that the book tells the story and is sort of a biography of David Chang; unlike some cookbooks that feed you with only recipes. I must say his life is adventurous, interesting, and inspiring. I'm sucked into his story, recipes, and all that. However, here's a warning from me - Don't read the book in the late night. It really makes you hungry and craving for good ramen!..Can you imagine it happening at late night?..yep, that's what happened to me. I've been craving ramen all week and some friends thought I must have been pregnant! Shoot me.
One of his secret ingredients in a broth is smoky bacon. You heard me right-- it's smoky bacon in a broth. It's interesting, isn't it? To make good ramen, 4 things are important: broth, noodle, meat, and toppings.
I was going to make fish porridge that night...but after reading the chapter of noodle..
This is what I have for my fish porridge and I can still eat healthy
Broth: Smoked bacon + seafood stock+ chicken stock
Meat: Tilapia fillets - as I had been to wanting to cook this fish one of these days
Noodle: Brown rice (gluten-free)
Toppings: Green onion+ cilantro + fried shallot