Ma-Ma-Ma-Matcha

Hi hi everyone!Β 

Today I enjoyed a cup of Matcha and am excited to show off the pictures from this special occasion! πŸ™‚ I recently purchased a can of green tea powder from Whole Foods and had a traditional Japanese bamboo tea whisk from TeavanaΒ that I’ve been waiting to use.

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My first attempt was rather messy, but have 29 more servings of matcha left to become a pro with… πŸ˜‰

Thanks for reading!

-Anna Sanβ™₯

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Facebook Fried Rice

A few days ago someone had shared an easy recipe for fried rice on Facebook. This recipe is so easy that even I can make it! πŸ™‚ (Sorry about the blurry progress photos – I chose the best available.)

PREPARE RICE

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Boil 2 c water. Add 1 tbs of margarine.

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Measure 1 c rice

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Stir in rice

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Cover and Simmer your rice for 15 minutes

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Set aside.

Stir-fry Vegetables

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Heat pan and add 3 tbsp of sesame oil. Chop one small onion and stir-fry to translucency.

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Add 1 cup of (thawed) peas and carrots (I added broccoli too). Stir-fry to preference.

Adding Egg

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Lightly beat 2 eggs

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Shove your vegetables to the side and add the egg. Make sure to scramble!

Pulling it Together

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Measure out a 1/4 cup of Soy sauce

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Add the rice and soy sauce to the pan. Mix thoroughly and fry to desired texture.

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Voila! It’s done!

It was really easy and I had all the ingredients on hand! I also think it tastes way better than the fried rice at the local Chinese buffet. πŸ™‚

Thanks for reading!

-Anna Sanβ™₯