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Onto the dinner part

02 May

Ok here I am again, continuing from the earlier post. Sooo, after peeking into my fridge to figure out what’s for dinner, I made mixed vegetables in chicken stock soup (from boiling the chicken bones yesterday) and stir fry green beans with button mushrooms.
Oh, I also baked one zucchini and heat up Korean spicy seafood and rice cake (it was left over from my brother’s dinner).

stir fry green beans, mixed vegetable soup, baked zucchini, korean spicy seafood and rice cake stew

Dinner is ready!

Looks healthy, eh?

I wasn’t that hungry during dinner, maybe because I had this yogurt mix around 4:00 pm while catching up on FlashForward TV series on abc.com

plain low fat yogurt with dried apricots, dried cranberries and kashi go lean crunch cereals


So for tonight I didn’t even have my brown rice as it might be a bit too much for me. I don’t like the feeling of overstuffed.

Speaking of which, earlier I was mentioning that I made whole wheat raisin-cranberry bread, right? Well, it didn’t turn out as good as what it used to be. Partially, it was my fault for tweaking the recipe a bit. Original recipe that I usually use calls 1 large eggs (or 2 small eggs) and 1/2 cup non fat dry milk powder. Today, I tried to tweak it by not including the egg and the milk powder, reduced the flour by 1/2 cup (even mixed some white flour as well). The result? The bread was a bit too soft. The dough was a bit sticky and it didn’t rise as much.

whole wheat raisin cranberry bread


looks nice but it could be fluffier

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