It's soooo easy too prepare, too easy. Open up the sealed noodles or rice package and dump the contents into the to-go box. Open up the other sealed sauce package and dump that into the same box. Separate and mix around with a fork. Close the to-go box and nuke it for 2 minutes and WALA, it's ready to eat! Obviously I know what the real thing tastes like - and I know that it's better - but this is pretty darn good for an attempt at un-frozen Asian convenience food. I always feel like I'm chowing down on take-out when I'm having my Trader Ming's... Hehe.
Aug 4, 2009
Earlier today I engaged my Trader Ming boxes in a raw photo shoot; no touch ups, no accessories, no set design. Just boxes in the nude like you would find them on the shelf at your local Trader Joe's. I know I know, dishes from scratch always turn out tasting better than "already made" or "pre-packaged" meals, but sometimes on-the-go 2-minute meals can cut it. Case in point: Trader Ming entrees inspired by exotic Asian flavors [Pad Thai, Tom Yum, Green Curry, Kung Pao]. Although... I swear Americans made up Kung Pao - I've never really heard this term used in the Asian circuit.