Right now, the previous plans the Rena, Nicholas and I made for dinner potluck style have fallen apart. Mostly because we're too lazy (and really, cooking every day?). Nowadays, Rena and I just make a week's worth of food on Sunday and eat the same thing for dinner everyday (but Rena one-upped me by doing the same for lunch).
So this week, I made a dish called "potatoes-meat-and-eggs". Before you ask, it's actually based on a real recipe. It was in Roald Dahl's Revolting Recipe's (Doc Spencer's pie), where there was this throwaway line that said you could use the pie filling as a sandwich feeling. So I used it as a meal.
Anyway, right now, all I have is a pot and a wooden spatula to stir (I'm waiting for the bazaar on Tuesday to try and get a rice cooker and a pan). So the dishes were bound to be basic.
|It's yummy. It really is.|
So every day, I'd take out the cooked food, heat it up and add seasonings (which due to my shortsightedness was limited to kewpie mayonnaise and yukari (the purple topping for rice that you can find at the tepanyaki place at Jurong). But surprisingly, it tastes really good. And I'm even eating some vegetables, seeing as I love Edamane and it's very quick to cook.
This is possibly the simplest dish to prepare ever. (Instant noodles don't count because they're not as health XD)