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Offline DrG

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The San Francisco Treat
« on: May 10, 2021, 08:21:57 pm »
Not all food preparation involves a lot of skill and complexity.  Since I enjoy eating more than cooking or cleaning up, I have adopted several, “get in mah belly” dishes which hardly need a recipe at all.

The main ingredient in this dish is a commercial product popular in the US (maybe Canada also). It contains rice, vermicelli and a sauce packet.



First, you ‘fry’ up the rice and vermicelli.



Then you add water, the packet, and simmer. About 10-15 minutes before it is done, I add some ham.



Time to eat!



That rice goes to glucose almost instantly and the vermicelli can’t be too far behind. Plus, you get most of a days recommended intake of sodium in each box.

No lab bench should be without a box.


« Last Edit: May 10, 2021, 08:25:07 pm by DrG »
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