Basic Stir-fry Veggies

#recipega Stir-fry #gardenveggies for two Indonesian gatherings a.k.a. “#pengajian” today (Mama and Papa going to different circle) with #scrambledeggs in the center covered by ‘flowered’ #tomato. I didn’t mix them together bcs some people prefer not to eat either egg or tomato (ex: my hubby hates tomato 🙄). I noticed there’s used to be lack of veggies served in the potlucks or parties we went 😅. • • #vegetables in: #onion, #celery, tomato (juice + seeds only), #shimeji, #carrot, #cabbage, #nappa, #kabocha, #sweetcorn, #greenpeas, #broccoli. • • #cookingmama #potluck #japanlife #muslimlife Posted by @egadioniputri via Instagram

At night after the gatherings took place, a host messaged me to ask how the stir-fry could be still fresh yet all veggies are tender. I told her that basically I used little water and relied on ‘steaming’ each vegetable in the covered pan a couple minutes. The timing for adding vegetables also mattered to make them cooked thoroughly. Start from the hard ones to the soft ones, ex: carrot -> pumpkin -> cabbage -> broccoli. Don’t put some more water otherwise your already-cooked-veggies will be withered. The result should be crunchy veggies with slight seasonings traced.

Hallo, German!

Checked in another leading country in the world, my first European experience ever, and quickly firmed up that Japan is still no. 1 we can expect for convenience.. and might be also for all perfection in life only if they’re religious and not workaholic 😄😄😄. Alhamdulillah..
#ea5512 #europetrip #whenhubbytakesyouonabusinesstrip


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Hisashiburi Quesadilla

久しぶりケサディージャー ❤️❤️❤️ first #quesadilla with homemade chicken kebab and broccoli cooking at Japan with #tortilla wraps from German #traderjoes – hope they will also open the stores here in Tokyo soon 😀 #recipega #cookingmama #ケサディージャ Posted by @egadioniputri via Instagram

Cooking November 16, 2016 at 10:49AM

Blackened #redfish (#ソイ / #soifish in Japan), grilled with homemade #cajunseasoning. #Cookingfish always becomes a challenge for #recipega, especially if it’s the #wholefish. Removing the dirts isn’t simple and tests the patience already, moreover making it – not stinky – fully cooked without breaking the body structure • • Based on my several experiments, here are some tips I noted for #grillingfish: 1) Let the skin on 2) Use oil to coat entire fish 3) Include lemon / lime juice when marinating fish with the herbs / spices 4) Split in the middle horizontally (make it “flat” like this photo) 5) Use racks or fish griller tweezers 6) Grill in opened fire or “broil” mode • • #cookingmama #cajunfish #allrecipes Posted by @egadioniputri via Instagram