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Collection of Food I Cooked in Adelaide (1)

April 14th, 2011 · 6 Surrendered

Expect this kind of post more than me dining out. it’s too expensive to dine out. So cooking at home is much economical. It’s meant to be a collection of food that I had cooked and experimented when I’m in Adelaide and to see how many variety I could make during my stay here with minimal ingredients that I had purchased each week. I don’t stock up, I make sure I clear the food I bought before buying new ones to ensure no wastage. There will not be any duplicate posting of the same food.


Left: 24/2/2011, dinner. Bought Continental Savoury Tomato & Onion Pasta & Sauce. Cooked it with cherry tomato.


Left: 25/2/2011, dinner. Plain rice with lightly marinated(barbecue powder) beef and cherry tomato. The cherry tomato was sautéed in the juice from pan seared the beef.

Right: 26/2/2011, dinner. Plain rice fried with bok choy and sizzling beef lightly marinated(salt and pepper).


Left: 27/3/2011, dinner. Noodle in seaweed soup with bok choy.

I don’t remember why on those days I didn’t cook lunch *LOL*

Right: 28/3/2011, lunch. Pot stickers with bok choy.


Left: 28/3/2011, dinner. Dry noodle (flavoured with chicken powder stock) with bok choy.

Right: 29/3/2011, lunch. Dumplings and noodle with bok choy in seaweed soup.

The seaweed soup was from the packet, all I did was open up the packet of seaweed with the seasoning in there and pour into the boiling water with the noodle and other ingredients. Nothing fancy.

More to come…

Categories: Finding Myself - Adelaide · Food Porn · My Kitchen

6 surrendered so far ↓

  • 1 uncle Lee // Apr 15, 2011 at 12:11 am

    Hi Irene, hey….not bad! Very creative too.
    Bet you having fun there. Any shopping and smoking your credit cards? Ha ha.
    Have a great week.
    Lee.

  • 2 sweet surrender // Apr 15, 2011 at 2:15 pm

    uncle lee, it’s kind of fun experimenting. I finally did my very first microwave chicken wings today!

  • 3 Jessica // Apr 15, 2011 at 2:50 pm

    Dear Irene,

    Finally i’ve read the post i want so much!! i want more food posts from you can? hahaha especially those you cooked it by urself 🙂 food post rules!!

  • 4 sweet surrender // Apr 15, 2011 at 3:25 pm

    Jessica, hehehe… Yes, I have a lot more! ;p

  • 5 Patrick // Apr 15, 2011 at 11:30 pm

    I see alot of bok choy there. Exactly like those things I ate when I was in Uni.. In the end of the day, I got so fedup with bok choy and until now, I don’t eat alot of those. You might find buying vege in ChinaTown choy sum, kai lan, etc.. are much cheaper than Coles and Woolworths.

  • 6 sweet surrender // Apr 16, 2011 at 5:08 pm

    Patrick, almost all the ingredients are from Chinatown ;p only the rice, pasta, cherry tomatos and beef from Woolworths. Bok choy is the cheapest vegetable of all and it’s selling more expensive in Central Market compare to the groceries shops there. The other veggies all double bok choy price hahaha…

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