This week I am trying something new. Since I didn’t have a lot of time to make a restaurant post, blog story or recipe post, I will share my food stories of last week.
I got some very tasty goji berries from China. They are like raisins if you eat them from the box. I remember seeing goji lemonade at Hills & Mills, so I thought I can probably make it too. And it is quite easy. You just let them soak in cold water. Later if the water has become reddish you can add some honey and lemon juice to create a refreshing drink. I was a bit unpatient, so I just directly drank it with the berries. And the goji water has an interesting taste.. it’s nice to bite the chewy berries when they are not plump yet from the water.
Above are some pear popsicles from a year ago. I am not so fast with eating sweet things, so they have been lying in the freezer for more than a year. They were a bit old, so I thought of melting them. These are their last minutes.
Fish okonomiyaki style veggie pancake
I really enjoy salty pancakes, so I also enjoy okonomiyaki style pancakes. I dont really like the thick sweet sauce, so I dont use that in my dishes. The ingredients from the photo above are:
- Onions, spring onions
- Carrots, zucchini
- All purpose flower (little bit to bind), little bit milk
- Salt, chicken powder, black pepper, little bit oil in the dough mixture
- Pangasius filet (any fish can be used)
Use quite some oil to fry the pancake on low heat. I am not good in flipping, so every pancake breaks. Enjoy with some soysauce+sesame oil, if it is not salty enough.
Have a good weekend!