Sauces are always on my list of things to buy when I head there, and this time I purchased hoison sauce and oyster sauce. I also bought coconut milk, Chinese egg noodles, bok choy, mung bean sprouts, ginger, snow peas, shallots, and chicken breasts.
Shallots were $1.49 for this 1 lb bag. I’m going to tell you that they aren’t all the greatest quality, but as long as I use about half of them I think it will be cheaper than buying them at King Soopers.
Chicken breasts weren’t on my list, but when I saw they were $1.49/lb, they were quickly put into my cart. Readers have reported this price before, so I’m guessing it’s basically their “normal” price. That’s totally rock-bottom for me!
I stop at Asian Pacific Market every couple of months, and typically plan to cook a few Asian meals soon after shopping there so that I can use the produce while it’s fresh.
Last week we ate Fried Rice with Snow Peas, Bean Sprouts, and Marinated Velveted Chicken; Spicy Stir-Fried Chicken and Bok Choy Zucchini with Crispy Noodle Cake; Stir-Fried Chicken and Bok Choy with Crispy Noodle Cake (the spicy version was better); and Stir-Fried Thai-Style Beef with Chiles and Shallots. Seems like there was at least one other Asian dish we ate but I can’t remember what it was.
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