Thursday, September 4, 2014

Post-Attack Lunch



Ingredients:
2 eggs, beaten
1 Tbsp sesame oil (I used the one that Mama Carrie bought from Taiwan last Deepavali)
1 Tbsp tomato sauce (I used the brand called "Newman's Own")
1 cup of overnight spiral pasta
A pinch of pepper
A pinch of salt
A pinch of bread crumbs (I used the one bought from last year's Australia)



Directions:

Turn the gas to medium low.
Coat the pasta with the tomato sauce.
Dish out onto a serving plate.
Beat the eggs and mix with the bread crumbs.



Pour the batter in a preheated and oiled pan.
Cook the egg batter on medium low fire until there are no more bubbles.



Serve the pan-fried egg on top of the pasta



The final result. (I know the presentation is terrible, please forgive me on that)

10 comments:

  1. Post attack? I've missed something. Hope you're okay. This is my type of lunch. Simple and tasty.

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    1. I was under the weather a couple of days ago, Yum List, hence the title of "post attack". I'm doing much better now, though. =)

      Not to mention, it's not overloaded with the seasonings too. =)

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  2. Didn't feel well? Best to stick to something soupy, piping hot, avoid fried stuff atm.

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    1. Yeah, I wasn't feeling well early, Arthur. =/

      Thanks for the advice. I'll be sure to indulge in hot soups while allowing my body to recover. =)

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  3. looks like creamy comfort food! yay for that :) (btw, i've never used newman's own, but it's a brand associated to one of my favourite actors, paul newman, i believe) :D

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    1. Hehe, Sean, but my definition of creamy comfort food would be salad dipped in loads of mayonnaise. =D

      Um, the brand's actually the brainchild of Paul Newman the actor when he wanted to advocate organic food (or health food, I'm rather fuzzy on that)..... but I do remember growing up with the chocolate biscuits from Newman's Own Organics; it was really heavy on the wallet, I must admit. >_>

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    1. Thanks, cquek. =)

      Well, I usually prefer to whip up something quick for my meals; hate to spend too much time in the hot kitchen. =(

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  5. Ciana, hope things are well with you. That's quite an interesting post title. Lol!

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    1. Thanks, Shirley, it was something that floated in my mind when I drafted the post. ^^

      Well, things are going okay; just hitting some rough bumps at the moment. Hope that everything's okay at your end too. =)

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