Have you ever mixed chicken and Spam together? It’s a great combination. To keep it healthy, I added kale (cooked in butter).Continue reading “Pan-fried deboned chicken thigh and drumstick with Spam, mushrooms, and kale”
Yay, it’s Friday. I got home and grabbed tins of corned beef, mushrooms in butter, and corn. I had frozen baby green peas in the freezer and some spinach leave on their last legs in the refrigerator.Continue reading “Corned beef with mushrooms, corn, peas, and avocado”
Hmmm…long day. I woke up at 2 am and didn’t get back to sleep.Continue reading “Pan-fried salmon with mushrooms, avocado, and tomatoes. Served with lime wedges.”
I’m stepping up my salmon game. Rather than once a week on a Monday, I’m thinking I’ll have it on Sunday more regularly.Continue reading “Pan-fried salmon with creamy mushrooms and avocado”
It’s hump day but really all the days are melding.
Tonight I used some leftover lamb rump from the weekend.
- Leftover lamb rump
- Spring onions
- Slice the spring onions and mushrooms and sauté them.
- Chop up some leftover lamb rump and toss that into the frypan along with some cherry tomatoes.
- Put on a lid for five minutes.
- After five minutes, remove the lid and add in a handful of spinach leaves plus a knob of butter and some cream.
- Serve on a plate with some diced avocado cheek.
- Eat and enjoy.
I tell a lie. I didn’t smoke the salmon. My flat is filled with smoke but not from burning the salmon. The sky of Canberra is smoky because of the bushfires.Continue reading “Smoky pan-fried salmon and mushrooms”
I was cooking dinner and received a telephone call from work.
I couldn’t not answer and the call came through after I had added some mushrooms and spring onions to a hot frypan. I could barely hear the caller so I couldn’t attend to a noisy frypan and induction hob while on the telephone.
The result was a burnt dinner. I did manage to fix it a little. It tasted okay.Continue reading “Burnt overdone creamy mushrooms”