I recently bought a new recipe book by Primarasa called Tumis Sayuran 15 Menit. The recipes in this book is quite easy and suitable for an amateur cook like me, plus it’s amazingly quick to cook. So, today I tried this bitter gourd recipe for lunch. I love bitter gourd and I usually made an omelette out of it. The result is delicious and SC loved it, so I think I’m going to try some other recipes & post the results here (when I’m not too lazy/sleepy to write after cooking & eating).
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Found this recipe in this month’s Martha Steward Living magazine, It’s quite interesting as it uses neither garlic/onion nor olive oil and uses plain yogurt for the sauce instead. As we’re lazy to go out in the rainy afternoon, I cooked this for dinner. The result is a light pasta dish, not as savory as when I use onion with bacon, but it was satisfying.
As today is Ied Mubarak, I was browsing for an easy Lebaran dish to try but couldn’t find one. So I decided to make Indonesian style yellow rice (nasi kuning) and Indian style chicken curry for our lunch today. I substituted the coconut milk with plain yogurt. Turned out the recipe I used was quite spicy
I love savory rice, so when I saw V’s post on her blog: Pork and leek over ginger rice, I decided to make it for lunch. The instructions are quite easy. I ran to the supermarket to buy some ginger, leeks and chicken (couldn’t find pork, so I substitute it with chicken breast). The result was a very fragrant rice and the chicken works well with leeks. It was a delicious lunch. Thanks V.