I thought my work will tone down after a month or 2 of peak period. But, it’s now stretching to almost 3 months already. And I don’t foresee it lightening for April either. Sob sob.
Even with tiring hectic schedule, I try to cook whenever I can. Why? Because it helps me to de-stress. LOL… I know it’s weird. The only thing I hate is the washing up. But, hubby generously offers to wash up after dinner because he knows I am stressed out. Thank dear!
Since I am quite tired myself, I try to keep the cooking to a very simple meal. The Roast pork wrap is simply one of my favourite. It’s so easy, it only took less than 15 minutes to prepare, cook and serve.
- 2 shallots
- 8 cloves of garlic
- 3 bird eye’s chilies
- 1 box of Roast pork (about 2 servings)
- 1 tablespoon miso paste
- 1 tablespoon sweet sauce (hoisin sauce)
- 1 teaspoon red wine vinegar
Diced finely the shallots, garlics and chilies and fry them until fragrant.
Add the roast pork and stir in the sauces (I usually mix the sauces together first) and give it a good stir-fry until every piece is coated evenly. Just prepare some big leafy salad (I prefer to use green coral) and cucumber ribbons (Just use the vege peeler and slice across). It’s ready to be served.
Plopped in front of TV and enjoy a good comedy while chomping down my dinner and sipping on peach cider. Great way to unwind… after a long hard day.