teach me how to cook!17
Hi, Nicole here. A very average cook, based on the fact I do the same dishes everytime.
My New Year Resolution was to expand my cooking and become a lil bit better at it.
PUT your recipes down below that I can try.
Things to remember:
- I am a university student - I don't have a whole lot of money, but will have most spices and stuff!
Currently I have my cookbook with:
- Satay Chicken Salad
- Saag Aloo curry
Ice cream with ketchup
Pasta with crisps
Lettuce with jelly
Cucumber and ketchup
(i dont really have measurements because these are all my own concoctions and i just eyeball it.)
pesto scrambled eggs
- 4 egg whites
- a cup of chopped spinach
- lil teaspoon of pesto
- garlic powder, salt, pepper
eat with seasoned avocado. you will never go back.
the i-forgot-to-eat smoothie
- protein powder (chocolate preferably)
- handful of blueberries
- half a banana
- tiny bit of cinnamon
the i-forgot-to-eat smoothie: chunky monkey edition
- chocolate protein powder
- cocoa powder (optional for extra chocolatey goodness)
- a whole banana
- two scoops of peanut butter
- vanilla yogurt
- banana slices
- scoop of peanut butter or almond butter (or both)
- honey oat granola
- chia seeds
the taco tuesday
- chopped chicken in a pan with avocado oil or olive oil
- salt papper, onion powder, garlic powder, and a taco mix of ur choice
- whole wheat tortillas
- top with pico avocado lettuce and cheese
- pair with tortilla chips n salsa/guac. *chefs kiss*
Chop up some onions, and other veggies. Carrots, broccoli, literally anything. Mince some garlic too. Sauté with a healthy oil.
Get ginger root. Fresh is better, but if you're lazy powdered works too. Add some soy sauce and sesame oil, perhaps some other spices. Cayenne, paprika.
Cook some rice for either on the side or to mix in.
Add meat/eggs/beans for protein. This was my go-to meal for about 3 years.
step 1 : eat
no need to thankme
2. a pinch of u