What’s for lunch – simplicity


Today the little one is having a “I’m going to cry if you put me down” day. Luckily hubby is home so I can cook. I don’t have much energy so I went for something simple. On a positive note, I was finally able to hit up the farmer’s market again. Yay purple carrots!

Fried rice: locally grown yellow carrots and shitake seasoned with a bit of soy sauce and Jane’s Crazy Mixed-up Salt (readily available in Japan surprisingly).

Soup: an egg snd some frozen green peas in chicken consomme

Note: if using a non-stick frying pan you don’t need much oil at all. Just add a bit of water to unstick the rice.

6 thoughts on “What’s for lunch – simplicity

    1. The chicken consomme cubes here taste a lot like chicken bullion cubes back home. I think they’re the same or almost the same. Sadly the hubby hates the smell when I make home made stock so I don’t make it anymore 🙁

    1. The chicken consomme cubes here taste a lot like chicken bullion cubes back home. I think they’re the same or almost the same. Sadly the hubby hates the smell when I make home made stock so I don’t make it anymore 🙁

  1. Yummy, I like minute-made soups. And there’s nothing wrong with stock cubes: saves a lot of time and energy.
    Greetings form a snowy belgium.
    PoPoL

  2. Yummy, I like minute-made soups. And there’s nothing wrong with stock cubes: saves a lot of time and energy.
    Greetings form a snowy belgium.
    PoPoL

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