recipe love, part 3.

3L has brought out a new level of lazy. haven’t tried out too many new recipes lately, but here are a few that i haven’t shared yet:

noodle-less lasagna. brought this to a potluck and it was a hit. just don’t drop it, save it with an oven mitt, and make a crater in the dish beforehand.

yeung chow fried rice. a chinese classic. used some minced pork chop instead of bbq pork. tasted just like takeout.

apple tart. super easy, really tasty, and very pretty.

korean kabocha porridge.

thrilled that this made a cooking blog. this stuff is so good.


recipe love, part 2.

here are some recipes that i’ve tried out lately and have enjoyed…

oven potato wedges. so good that my friend thought they were from a bag. and so easy!

slow cooker chili. helloooo frozen meals for exams.

italian fish fillets. made this because i had had cod fillets in my freezer for way too long. had it with brown rice.

i also made a beef stew in the slow cooker this week. kinda made it up as i went along. it involved cubes of stew meat, onions, garlic, beef broth, onion soup mix, tomato sauce, paprika, cumin, cayenne, s/p. added in some cornstarch at the end to thicken it up and some frozen green peas. yums.

i plan on trying this and this next.

recipe love.

ive gone a little recipe crazy. i blame it on exams and my slow cooker. so here are some recipe links for you to love on…

barley vegetable stew. SO EASY. 

slow cooker sausage and seafood ragout. made my whole apartment smell delicious for the entire day. terribly distracting while studying. used cod fillets and shrimp instead of mussels and grouper. had it with brown rice.

general tso’s chicken. labour intensive but kinda worth it. far healthier than takeout…just beware of oil splatter.

chocolate peanut butter pie. took this one to a potluck last year. really, really rich, but easy and super yummy. minimal baking is involved, which is always a win in my books. 

i plan on trying this and this next.