Thursday, November 25, 2010

Veggie Curry with Brown Rice

Another super simple meal idea, filling and heatlhy! =)

1 cup of mixed frozen veggies
1 bowl of brown rice
1/4 tsp of tumeric powder
1/4 tsp of curry powder
tiny bit of garlic powder
a dash of olive oil
tiny bit of hot water

1. Cook rice
2. Microwave frozen veggies
3. Mix together tumeric powder, curry powder, garlic powder, olive oil, and hot water with the mixed frozen veggies and microwave for another minute
4. Pour curry, veggie mix over rice
5. Eat!

Monday, November 22, 2010

Tuna Steak with Corn and Mayo

Again, I don't really consider this cooking but its a good meal idea! =)

1 frozen tuna steak
1 tbsp of mayonnaise
tiny bit of frozen corn
1 tsp of hot water

1. Preheat oven to 345 degrees Fahrenheit 
2. Cook tuna steak for 25 mins
3. Mix mayonnaise and hot water and frozen corn in separate bowl and microwave for 30 seconds
4. Pour sauce over cooked tuna steak
5. Eat!

Saturday, November 20, 2010

Beans and Mushroom with Black Bean Sauce

This dish turned out surprisingly good, and slightly creamy although I didn't add in anything milky.  I think the mushrooms made it milky.

A handful of green beans
A handful of button mushrooms
1 tsp of black bean sauce
Tiny bit of sesame

1. Cook green beans in pan
2. Add in button mushrooms and black bean sauce
3. Stir fry it all together
4. Serve and sprinkle some sesame on top
5. Eat!

Thursday, November 18, 2010

Konnyaku with Teriyaki Sauce and Beans

This was seriously really good, and simple to make.  Like super simple its crazy.  Lets get on to it then!

A handful of green beans
1 konnyaku
1 tbs of teriyaki sauce

1. Cut konnyaku into flat slices
2. Boil konnyaku slices for 2-3 minutes
3. Marinate konnyaku with teriyaki sauce
4. Stir fry konnyaku with teriyaki sauce and green beans
5.  Eat!

Friday, November 12, 2010

Bell Pepper Stir Fry ( using microwave)

I bought bell peppers this week because they were on sale but I had no idea what to make with them so I decided on making a simple stir fry.  I also didn't want to talk to my roommates (I HATE small talk), so to minimize my time in the kitchen I decided to use the microwave to do all my cooking.  It came out sooo yummy!

2 bell peppers
a few frozen green beans
tiny bit of frozen corn
1 tsp of minced garlic
1 tbs of soy sauce

1. Cut bell peppers into pieces
2. Toss bell peppers, frozen green beans, frozen corn into microwavable container and add in the 1 tsp of minced garlic
3. Stir it all together and microwave for 2 minutes
4. Add in soy sauce and mix, and microwave for 2-3 more minutes
5. Take out of microwave and stir and serve
6. Eat!

Tuesday, November 9, 2010

Tomatoes and Eggs

I ate this for dinner tonight and it was very satisfying =).  Kept me full for my long studying session of accounting!!! >.<

1 Tomato
1 Egg
Tiny bit of brown sugar (tomato wasn't that sweet)

1. Wash and cut up tomato into small pieces
2. Crack egg and mix the whites and yolk
3. Heat up pan to medium heat
4. Pour in tomato pieces and cook, add some brown sugar in
5. Empty tomato pieces into bowl
6. Pour egg mixture onto pan and scramble it like how you would make a scrambled egg =P
7. Once egg is scrambled, pour tomato pieces back in and stir together
8. Empty tomato and eggs onto bowl
9. Eat!

Saturday, October 16, 2010

Gai Lan with Chinese Mushrooms

I love chinese mushrooms, and gai lan because it reminds me of the dishes my grandma made for me when I was little.  This dish is pretty simple and its tastes great!

100g of Gai Lan
10-20 Chinese Mushrooms 
1 tablespoon oyster sauce
Tiny bit of brown sugar

1. Soak chinese mushrooms until they're soft (I usually soak them for a day)
2. Pour chinese mushrooms with the water they're soaked with into a pot, cook on medium heat until the water starts to boil
3. Add in 1 tablespoon of oyster sauce with the tiny bit of brown sugar
4. Boil the mushrooms until the sauce isn't so watery anymore (watch the stove here, mushrooms boil over very easily)
5. Blanch gai lan
6. Fish gai lan out and pour mushroom and sauce on top
7. Eat!