If you had that outdoors around Los Angeles anywhere in the last several days, you likely had it with the free smoke & ash toppings. Did those add to it?Hot Cheetos on everything! I’ve had them on burritos, asada fries, hamburgers and just yesterday on Mac & cheese
Yes, but they are deep fried to a crispy, delicious, and flavorful delight. I've found that Chinese potstickers are either steamed or (steamed) then seared on the outside. In Seoul, you could get yaki from a street vendor, much like hot dogs in the U.S.. They'd make them right in front of you, salt them, and toss them in a paper bag. Probably the best "2 am after the bars" food since bocadillos in Spain!Is Yaki Mandu like Chinese potstickers?
I love Kimchi but I have a funny story to tell about it. I used to buy it from a little Korean shop on my way home from town. One day I bought a big bag of Kimchi and put it unopened in my fridge. A few days later there was a strange cheesy smell in the kitchen. I thought that I had spilled some cheese somewhere, while doing Italian cooking. I hunted high and low for the delinquent cheese. I couldn't find it anywhere. I never thought to look in the fridge. The next day I needed something from my fridge. I opened the fridge to find that the bag of Kimchi had exploded. It looked as if the Texas Chainsaw Massacre had happened in my fridge. The red juice from the Kimchi was all over the interior of the fridge and all over everything in the fridge. Pieces of dried out pickled cabbage hung everywhere like traces of dried up entrails. It didn't put me off Kimchi but I haven't bought any this year because of the way that I have had to change my routines as a result of the pandemic.