The most successful dish of the day – Mushroom Onion Quiche, though my pie pan is a little too big. Recipe from The Little Teochew. After a week of liquid diet, I was eager to eat and kept cooking.
Mushroom Aglio Olio with Tofu patty. Aglio Olio was a disaster at first – my mum helped me save it. I hate cooking on stove tops, I don’t usually do well there. Patty was too hot – courtesy of my little sister who added too much chilli powder.
My first attempt at making Tofu Burger. Recipe from The Little Teochew.
This is my first attempt at baking a cake. I baked this for my mother’s birthday with a recipe I got from the instructor of the PA course for Variety Baking. Looks ugly but is deliciously chocolatey. I really have to brush up on my skills for food presentation and cake decorating though. Never had a decent photo of what I’ve cooked. I can’t even save this with good photography skills or photoshop.
Brought this to school the other day with some cooked rice in my cute little bento box. Yummy though it resulted in a rather oily kitchen floor I had to wash before leaving for school
Having lessons from 12 noon to 5pm straight is rather troublesome. I have to leave home at 11 am, and since I woke up at around 9, I would have to eat both my breakfast and lunch between that two hours from 9 to 11. You would think that the best solution is having a brunch. But brunch is really not my thing. How am I survive 5 hours straight without food?!!!
Bring food to school to snack on during lesson breaks. Today, I made pizza! It’s not the traditional pizza, but I’m rather happy with it.
I simply used slices of wholemeal bread, spread a layer of pasta sauce and another layer of mozzarella cheese on it and sprinkled sliced sausage on it. Baked then for around 8 mins at 210°c and tada! Lunch/snacks!
I cut them up into little quartered squares and packed them into my cute little bento box and brought then to school. (Will update with photo of the bento box later).
My lunch for today. This poor Leo is a poor student who earns a monthly income that requires her to scrimp and save. Her solution? A time-and-money saving baked rice in ramekin dish from Ikea made with leftover rice, egg and canned meat with gravy. Recipe by her; adapted from here and there. Will come up with more variants so that she will not have to eat the same thing everyday.