Home Cooking and Warm Comfort Food to Wind Down a Busy Week – Pork and Tofu & Seafood with Chinese Broccoli

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It’s been a tiring but really fun week.  My legs and feet are sore from all the walking I did and I’m looking forward to a relaxing weekend at home scrapbooking, baking, and playing around with lip gloss!  I have lots of new layouts that I’m working on and plenty of Veggielicious related material to post, so the next few days and the following week are going to be super fun on the blog, especially with Easter just around the corner! 

Today’s foodie menu is mum’s home cooking and comfort food: lean ground pork and silken tofu, and seafood atop freshly steamed Chinese broccoli vegetables.  The pork and tofu dish is one of my absolute favourites.  It has the consistency of a meat stew and I spoon the stuff over my rice and it’s so warm and yummy.  I love the pork and tofu with green onions and chili flakes and even though it’s delicious on its own, sometimes I’ll eat it with either a bit of Worcestershire sauce or sweet chili sauce. 

And ever since I was a tot, my family and I have always had Chinese vegetables regularly for dinner, rotating between bok choy, Chinese broccoli (guy lan), yow choy (choy sum), and others.  My mum recently cooked up a shrimp, scallop, and Chinese broccoli dish for dinner and it’s dishes like these that are really reminiscent of home cooking at my house.  I looove shrimp with just about everything: curry, dumplings, seafood chowder, and plenty of dim sum! 

Happy Friday night, everyone!  I hope everyone has a fabulous weekend 😀    

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