carrot

  • Chicken Dough Vegetables

    Chicken Pot Pie

    It’s January now. In Melbourne where I live, it is summer and supposed to be hot, but it’s been cold last few days. I wanted to cook something warm and comforting today. So, I decided to bake this Chicken Pot Pie. Shortcrust Pastry is not hard to make, but you may prefer using store-bought Pastry. …

  • Beef Other Soup Vegetables

    Simple Beef & Vegetable Soup

    This is a very simple soup that is actually super easy to cook. No special technic is required. You cut the ingredients and cook them in a pot until soft, then season with Salt and Pepper. Today I used Beef that was already cut for stir-fry, so I didn’t need to cut it. This recipe …

  • Other Soup

    Creamy Corn & Vegetable Soup

    When my children were young, they loved Instant Creamy Corn Cup Soup. I used to stock it in the pantry, but these day I stock Canned Creamed Corn instead. Most soups are easy to make, so is the Creamy Corn Soup, and home-made soup tastes the best and healthy as I add more vegetables. You …

  • Donburi (Rice Bowl) Lamb

    Lamb & Vegetable Stir-fry Rice Bowl

    This might be a new way to eat Lamb for you. It is a very simple stir-fry dish. As I always eat it with Rice, I made it into a rice bowl. This stir-fry is absolutely easy. Make the marinade in a mixing bowl, add all ingredients and mix to combine, then stir-fry. Of course, …

  • Potato Vegetables

    Potato & Carrot Pancake

    To make batter for this type of savoury pancake, I use Plain Flour, Potato Starch and Egg, just like ‘Tempura’ batter. You can use Plain Flour only, OR you may prefer Self-Raising Flour for softer texture. Today I made a large pancake and cut into bite-size pieces. Of course you can make smaller pancakes. Enjoy …

  • Baked & Fried Sweets

    Dates & Carrot Cake

    My husband bough a pack of Dried Dates by mistake as he believed they were Prunes. Dates and Prunes are very different, though he didn’t know the difference. Anyway, I needed to use those Dried Dates. I chopped them up and added to Butter Cake. The brilliant idea of mine was adding Carrot as well. …

  • Curry Lamb

    Lamb Chops Curry

    I use Lamb Chops for this Curry, but you can use boneless Lamb meat that is easy to eat. If you love Curry, you probably have a collection of Spices. Please use your own blend of Spices, but I use Japanese S&B Curry Powder. I use 1 tablespoon only, and the flavour is mild and …

  • Vegetables

    Sweet & Sour Wombok

    When I prepare a Japanese style dinner, I always serve a dish of pickled vegetable OR something refreshing and salty. This dish is a Chinese inspired pickled salad. I added a generous amount of Sesame Oil to it. Simple and delicious! Makes 4 Servings Ingredients 1/4 Wombok *about 450g1/2 teaspoon Salt *reduce the amount if …

  • Pork Takikomigohan

    Rice Cooker Fried Rice

    Well… this dish is not fried, so I shouldn’t name it Fried Rice, but it is almost the same as typical Fried Rice. It is extremely easy to prepare if you have a rice cooker. You don’t need to stand in front of hot cooktop. Place everything in the rice cooker’s inner pot and press …

  • Vegetables

    Red Cabbage Salad with Sesame Dressing

    Today I seasoned this Red Cabbage Salad with my Garlic Sesame Dressing, that I most frequently use fo salads. You can replace Garlic with Ginger, OR you may wish to use both. This Cabbage Salad can be a great side dish. Make it a few hours before you serve it, so that Red Cabbage will …

  • Beans & Peas Vegetables

    Lentil & Caper Salad

    Any cooked Beans can be used for this salad, but I like small beans such as Lentils and Azuki Beans. I often add Wholegrain Mustard to this type of salad, but today I added Capers, and it was delicious. I thought Italian Herbs would be lovely in this salad, so I added Dried Italian Mixed …

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