Noodle fry

Ever had some form of stir-fried noodles? Yeah, I didn’t think you’d made it yourself or you wouldn’t have been on this page. I love to use orange sauce in this, it’s perfect XD As always, I’m not paid to tell you what brands I use… I just like these. San-J Orange Sauce Kikkoman Stir-Fry…

Lunch

For lunch today, I made a thing- and I’m sure that I’ll edit this in later with more exacts if that helps- and it turned out really well without adding any sauce to it! Sounds good, let’s have a recipe. a couple of tablespoons of coconut oil a couple of tablespoons of butter a bag…

Caramel Treats

Rice Krispy Treats… yum, right? Well, I’ve accidentally found a way to make them taste more like a caramel brittle of some sort instead of light and airy like you might be used to. Just cook the butter/marshmallow mix a little longer until it gets darker, and then add the rice krispies and continue as…

Goulash Adventures

I “ran out” of beef… and tomato sauce… and time… and threw this together eventually.

A funny bit of chicken mishaps.

I heard this tastes like chicken ramen, but I beg to disagree. I think it tastes more like soup… It still needs something. Not sure what, though.   chicken broth spaghetti cream of chicken soup   Boil the broth like you would pasta water. Put in pasta and cook it. When it’s about cooked, add…

Pudding

The avocado-banana-cocoa powder pudding thing really isn’t a bad idea at all. I mean, I tried it, and even though I really wasn’t trying too hard, it ended up tasting fairly good. Would use a blender next time instead of a fork, though. It’s far easier to get a smoother texture that way without something…

Apple Cider

So, I use a pretty nice ‘cheat’ when it comes to apple cider. Pre-made, alpine brand’s pretty good. Apparently, it’s really good when you melt honey into it and add a little bit of lemon juice. I should try cutting a few lemons up and just soaking them in honey overnight, I think that’s a…

French Toast Recipe/Tips

Okay, so the basic French Toast recipe is just milk, an egg, and dry bread. Mix the first two, soak the third in that, fry until golden brown and delicious. If you’re planning on making a bunch of it, though, don’t just add more milk and eggs to a single batch– trust me, it won’t…

Chocolate Chip Cookies

Easiest thing to make from scratch ever. My tips? Have a plastic bag or something to put your brown sugar in, then you can just close it and break the stuff up with your hands. Put on a TV show or something before starting these. Line your baking sheets (or whatever you want to use…

The things I keep in my fridge

This is an easy one. Sometimes, I have enough time to watch TV and, say… peel potatoes or chop onions at the same time. My lover gets onto me about this often. But, hey, it makes it far easier to make food later from pre-prepped ingredients. I’ve even read of a blogger doing way more…