Posts Tagged ‘homecooking’

I must admit, I am one of those people who could waste hours after hours of my precious time on Pinterest. And I must also admit, I am somewhat obsessed with looking up ~healthy~ recipes. I almost always don’t end up making them but sometimes I get to score some easy-looking recipes like this one I’m gonna feature now and my ambitious mind goes “I can totally do this!”

There could be a hundred pins of baked avocado and eggs on Pinterest and they’re practically the same. Cut avocado in half, get rid of the pit, crack an egg into each half, pop it in the oven and you’re done. It is sooooo easy to make! Any kitchen novice could easily churn this out. 

I tried it out with some pepperoni because I didn’t have bacon that time. And how was it, you ask? IT SUCKED!!! Lol. The avocadoes were soooo bitter! I googled it up and apparently, some avocadoes turn bitter when they’re cooked. I wish I’d known about that before I wasted a perfectly good avocado. I ended up just eating the eggs and pepperoni without the avocado. 

Verdict: PINTERTEST FAIL. 

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Of all the household chores there is, the only thing I like doing is cooking. As often as I can, I try to prepare and bring packed lunch (and sometimes dinner) to work. It’s just more economical and healthier than the common fast-food alternative. As much as I can, I try to cook clean but still try to keep it exciting. (Read: TRY) I could always use new recipes, though. Leave in the comments what easy recipes you love to cook. 🙂

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(1) The usual suspects: pan-grilled chicken breast with veggies. Sometimes I replace the chicken with skinless porkchops.
(2) Steamed cream dory with bok choy and chayote tossed in oyster sauce.
(3) Simple pasta with spicy tuna.
(4) Corned beef omelette topped with grated cheese: a clear sign that I’m running out of fresh produce and that I need to do my groceries ASAP.
(5) The usual way I prepare my veggies: steamed or pan grilled with some butter and pepper.

 

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