Sesame Chicken and Mushroom Lo Mein #WeekdaySupper #McSkilletSauce

Sesame Chicken and Mushroom Lo Mein #WeekdaySupper #McSkilletSauce | www.kiimchimom.com

As much as I advise others that homemade is better than takeout, I invariably succumb to the temptation every now and then. My will power is at its weakest at around 4 p.m. on a Thursday. What am I saying? 4 p.m. on any given weekday. The inevitable guilt washes over me and the empty promises that I repeat to myself of never ordering takeout again. Sometimes I say it out loud. Some nights the food is okay; most nights, it falls short. Another pang of guilt. I am such a masochist. Thank goodness for McCormick to help alleviate some of that guilt. McCormick has come out with some great skillet sauces – 7 flavors in total - to make the week night repertoire in the kitchen a little easier! I was first drawn to the Sesame Chicken Stir-Fry Sauce confident that I could create one of the kids’ favorite dishes – chicken lo mein. I recently learned the difference between lo mein and chow mein. Lo mein are noodles that are fully cooked beforehand and then quickly tossed with a ...

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Fast and Simple Dwaenjang Guk (Korean soybean paste soup)

After a day of driving around playing chaffeur for my kids and going to multiple stores for this, that, and the other, the last thing I want to do is cook. I then think about the the limited take-out options and reluctantly convince myself that I will be disappointed….again. And if all the stars are…

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Galbi Gui (Korean Beef Ribs) and Grilling Tips

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Sing it with me…SEOLLANGTANG!

Way back when, seollangtang was the perfect antidote after an evening of one too many martinis and one too many “Livin’ on a Prayers” at Toto. At the time, the best seollangtang was at Gahm Mi Oak on 32nd Street and it would be packed at 3 a.m. on any night of the week. (As a side note…

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Perilla Pancakes

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