It's been a while since I cooked. But due to "house arrest", I've been cooking recently. Recently I tried my hand at risotto. I've always loved risotto especially after watching Gordon Ramsay's Hell's Kitchen shows.
My personal favourite would have to be Scallop and mushroom risotto and I was aiming to cook that recently till I realised that I need to clear some of my ingredients that would be expiring soon thus I made this Chicken and mushroom risotto dish.
I used this recipe from Food.com however I skipped certain ingredients such as the white wine.
Challenge 1: Feed the Office has now come to an end. We have all submitted our listings and let's just wait and see to see who wins that challenge!
For challenge 2, we're supposed to take a picture to show how we enjoy SoyJoy best. I did a quick check with Pat and found out that we could do a collage, comic or anything! as long as it's a single jpg submitted.
Here's my submission!
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In this entry, I've shown a few examples on how to enjoy SoyJoy. You can eat it for every meal!
I mixed it up with cornflakes (using low gi to neutralise the cornflakes) for a yummy breakfast meal,with salad (just replace those bread croutons) for lunch and dipping it with milk (low fat!) for a tasty snack before bedtime.
You can eat SoyJoy in many different ways, like a snack or a main meal and it's really up to you on how creative you'll like to be.
Do try it out, mixing with your everyday meal and let me know how it goes! As my blender is spoilt, I couldn't try making my own SoyJoy drink. Ah well. Do share on any funky recipes that you've tried SoyJoy with! 🙂
Thanks to the lovely Colin Tan who has helped me with this challenge. 🙂
Guys, please continue to vote! Voting ends on 28th June. 🙂