A little post away from all the bad things on Earth~!
I've been really into cooking recently.
Would try to make a point to cooking dinner
as often as I can, which is every other night when there's no classes.
The best feeling of having someone to cook for and appreciates it.
I'm thinking to compile a recipe book for all the food so far.
But with all the endless weekend event, it can be really difficult.
Still, I'm working towards it, and will most definitely see to it!
So, today I shall share one of my favorites. It is also
one of the most genius recipes I've come up with.
I was so excited when the idea struck me!
Curry Baked Rice!! (With Korokke~)
The Korokke was made a few nights back and kept frozen to be fried when needed.
Ingredients are really simple. Potatoes to be boiled/steamed and mashed.
Added with minced beef, seasoned and fried with some onions.
You can basically add anything you like into it.
That's the beauty of cooking at home!
I added some cheese in each Korokke and it was great~
Lastly, coat each Korokke in flour, egg, then panko.
Deep fry till golden brown.
I took recipe from this recipe, but not following is what I always do. =D
Curry Baked Rice~!! Totally yummy with all the cheese on it.
Was planning on making baked rice for dinner that night.
And it just struck me suddenly. (Maybe I was hungry for curry too)
I replaced the ingredients with simple processed meat.
Crabstick, sausages, cheese tofu.
Added in regular amount of white rice (200g) with a little more than 400ml water.
Added Japanese curry cubes to taste.
Ar-gar-i-ration is one of my worst weakness in cooking.
It is almost impossible to follow the recipe down to the very grain of rice!
Luckily, the food turned out to be good so far. =^-^=
After the curry cubes dissolved into the water, pour everything into the rice cooker and cook as normal.
After done, transfer to a baking pan, and shower with cheeeeeeeeese~
As much as you like to have, and toss it into the oven.
Lastly, garnish with preferred topping.
I think I baked at around 180C for 5 to 10 minutes,
and garnished with furikage as shown in the photos.
Totally worth waiting!
Not to mention that you can have some free time when it is in the rice cooker/oven.
-For the way to keep a man happy is to keep his stomach full and his balls empty! xD-