It’s been awhile since my last post! It has also been awhile since I really cook. Life has been really hectic for me but ain’t going to whine about it because I generally enjoys it Life’s short, will just treasure every moment and try to stay positive.
Cuisine: Japanese | Prep Time: 10 minute | Cook Time: 15 minutes | Serve: 1-2 persons
Do you know what is my worst vice? Gluttony. I am feeling really chubby this week. Food is like a drug to me, I just kept wanting more and more. I eat when I’m happy and sad. Food gives me comfort, but I do sometimes regret after the late night full meal supper or a whole bar of chocolates and a tub of ice cream. It’s very fascinating or confusing which ever you prefer that human being eat based on their mood. With all the junk food and late night supper, suddenly my appetite crave for vegetables or healthy dish. Therefore, I introduce you the Stir Fry Soba Noodles.
Breakfast | Prep time: 5 minutes | Cook time: 15 minutes | Serve: 1 persons.
Want to have a good start to a good day? Have a good breakfast! There is nothing better than having a good meal to start your day. Since I woke up early today, I thought I could do some simple cooking. It really doesn’t take much time and effort. I wouldn’t even call this a recipe because there is basically nothing fancy just salt and pepper and 3 main ingredients. It’s that simple and easy. Plus you can always hype it up with more stuff, like sausages, hams, a toast, anything that would satisfied your empty stomach in the morning. I was still in my pajamas when I was cooking this. Hence, this will be a short and simple post.
Cuisine: Western | Prep Time: 10 minutes | Cook Time: 30 minutes | Serve: 2 persons
Pumpkin soup for the weekend! Wanted to have something comforting while relaxing at home, hence resort to some pumpkin soup. I wanted to go for something different, in taste, so I created my own version or more like try out something new. I added Turmeric powder in it, which turns out isn’t bad but quite flavourful Don’t know if everyone will like it, but I did served it to my family and they finished every single drop of it.
I wanted to explore something new by not doing it the typical or traditional way where we usually will add in cream into the soup. I wanted something less fattening hence omitted the cream. (more…)