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Something’s Cooking

A few days back, JaquelineΒ had thrown an online party on her blog. And she caught my attention when she said something on the lines of

“We are cooking a huge pot of food today…let us know where you are joining the party from and what you are adding to the cooking pot…”

And I have been thinking of trying out a cooking experiment on the blog. I have taken to cooking big time in the past few days. And here’s an example of what I cooked recently (just to show you that I haven’t been bluffing about the cooking bit! Haha). It turned out quite well actually πŸ˜€

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Half fried egg (with spices) and Stir fry veggies with raw mangoes
So here’s the deal…I’m going to start heating the pan. Onto the pan, I’ve added some olive oil and chopped onions. they are turning nice and golden.

What would you do to this now?

Come on, you don’t have to be a great cook to participate in this. If you have come across a nice short recipe or if you can think of something to add to the pan (or if you need a larger pot to cook what you ave in mind, go ahead and replace the pan with the pot!) and make a yummy side or a small meal, leave your comments in the comment section. let’s see where we can take this. I think it will be fun cooking with you guys out there! πŸ™‚

Looking forward to what you bring with you today when you visit me…

I can smell the onions now…Hurry! Add your ingredients.

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32 thoughts on “Something’s Cooking”

  1. I will throw in some white cooked rice, crushed pineapples, rotisserie chicken pieces, garlic, and teriyaki glaze πŸ™‚
    Yumm πŸ™‚ (this was my dinner, and salad with fresh California lemons lemonade πŸ™‚ )

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    1. Wow Dajena, it sounds delicious πŸ˜€ I might cook this one up soon. Maybe for dinner tonight, eh?
      Thank you beautiful one, for stopping by. I’m heading over to yours soon…

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    1. Super!!! That is my favourite curry base too. Thank you for pausing here to discuss a wonderful recipe Frances. I will try it out soon and tell you what curry eventually cooked up πŸ˜€

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  2. Add some minced garlic, oregano and red pepper flakes. After a minute, chop a zucchini or two. Chop a tomato, black olives and add those to the pan. Top with crumbled feta until it’s softened and serve as a side or meatless entree. Bon Appetit!

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    1. Oh that sounds unlike anything I’ve ever made πŸ™‚ it’s going to be worth a try!!! Thank you so much Jovina… You are a saviour on most days for me. When I’m in a fix about what to cook I often visit your site to find easy to make recipes πŸ˜€

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    1. Hi, I will surely stop by your page soon. I am in the middle of resettling my life and it will be a while before I start writing regularly as before. So please bare with me, but I will surely drop by your page!
      Cheers and have a wonderful day!

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