Fantastic Trip to Amsterdam~Day 1

Fantastic Trip to Amsterdam~Day 1

Probably it is the trip that I won’t forget in my life. It’s also a promise of fulfillment for me as well.

Thanks to my dear! Although I have been to Amsterdam a few times before, even so, it still another fresh story!

This time we plan to visit the world’s largest flower show, the tulips garden mainly.

Dreaming to see this largest flower garden park in the world, Keukenhof tulips garden near Lisse, The Netherland. Apparently, my dream is in front of me! I’m coming to see you!

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Best Ever Vegan Fruity Scones with Vegan Clotted Cream

Best Ever Vegan Fruity Scones with Vegan Clotted Cream

This is the one I made especially for the mother’s day, 31st, March, Sunday. Happy Mother’s day to all moms.

Nowadays, afternoon tea or cream tea is so popular. You can tell when you walk along the cafe or restaurant, lots of people (mostly ladies) sipping their cuppa during the time after school.

One of the essential items must be the scone on the shelf with a little pot of creamy clotted cream, and another pot is the sweet jam.

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Kale Pesto Fried Rice

Kale Pesto Fried Rice

For my memory, I think I haven’t posted any rice dish before, except risotto.

This is an easy fusion dish, mix up with pesto sauce with fried rice. Why do I use kale? Mainly because basil is too expensive for me for a few leaves. So I get the kale instead and it is on sale! I can keep a few more pennies in my pocket. :p

In addition, this pesto sauce has so many health benefits to share. Such as full of folic acid, add walnuts with it can give us the omega 3, which protects our brain cells. Also, it is so delicious on spaghetti as well, I’m planning to make it for my tomorrow dinner.

 

Kale Pesto Fried Rice

Ingredient: 

  • 2 cups Kale leaves only, stems removed
  • A large handful Toasted walnuts
  • 1/4 cup Nutritional yeast flakes
  • 1 tsp Sea salt
  • 2 cloves garlic, chopped (I haven’t used it)
  • 1/4 cup Extra virgin olive oil, more or less

Method: 

  1. In a food processor or high-speed blender, combine the kale leaves first for the first 2 minutes. Then add the other ingredients except for the olive oil. When the motor running, drizzle the olive oil in slowly through the hole. Blend it all until a smooth sauce. Store in a clean jar and top up with more olive oil and store in the fridge.
  2. Then fry the rice in a hot work with a bit more oil and add the pesto sauce. Mix evenly and add some sweetcorn or garden peas if you like.
  3. Work is done and serves straight away.