I love to consume, observe, understand, discover, research (and so on) about the greatness of food. At the moment I'm still trying to master recipes from my mother/grandma and YouTube food gurus; but hopefully soon enough I'll be able to make up my own and share them with you! FYI, I'm quite a nutrient freak...so on my own, I'm constantly making sure all the colourful nutrients are in the bowl, then I season it a little according to the flavour so that my tastebuds stay happy.
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Really wanted to make a wrap of some sort and considering I haven't cooked egg for a long time, here's my version of egg roll/omelette. I've been falling in love with vegetables and sweet potato lately so that was gonna be the stuffing.
When I took my first bite, trust me, I felt like I was in fluffy-cloud filled heaven. It was incredibly delicious! I urge you to try it out. You will not regret it. Guaranteed.
Along with 2 besties, we made a surprise croissant breakfast for our friend this morning. Looks good right?
Toasted the croissant on a hot pan, scrambled 8 eggs with a slab of butter (for 4 heads) and topped it with 2 slices of smoked salmon. For sides: a simple rocket salad with 2 cherry tomatoes, and a bowl of fresh berries!
Perfect way to start the day before 6 hours of orchestral practice. Concert tomorrow - Looking forward to it very much!
A (kind-of) recreation of my childhood memories accompanied by white and black rice plus broccoli.
I remember vividly this very dish that my grandma would make me as a kid every Saturday evening. A combination of two famous Chinese cuisines: steamed minced pork (usually with mushrooms, salt egg and ginger) and steamed egg with a dash of fresh, light shallots. Taking a bowl full of steamy rice, I would rush to the dining table and grab spoonfuls of pork and egg. Good times.
My tastebuds had a sudden craving for it this morning and since I still had some leftover marinated minced pork mixture (see my previous Chinese steamed pork buns post), I was determined to attempt this dish for the first time.
Hope you like my version of Chinese steamed minced pork and egg!
*Due to difference in steaming method and stovetop heat level, the steaming duration may vary.
Improvements for next time!