Thursday, February 9

Western Cooking


The other day my friend commented and said that I cooked in a very Western way. I paused to consider and thought that she was right. I don't ever cook anything that's truly Chinese. But I have started cooking more Mexican-American Food. In fact, I think I make this stuff more than I make Chinese food.

I think this is actually a Tortilla, as opposed to the Quesadilla I made earlier. It includes cheese on tortilla, fajita meat, a handful of spinach leaves and some guacamole and sour cream.

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  1. mmm it looks so delicious and i am really hungry right now! i love Mexican food but Chinese as well! x

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  2. Thanks for commenting on my cake truffle post! The awesome thing about cake pops/truffles is you don't really have to be great at baking. You just crumble up the cake anyway ;) It's great to "meet" you!
    <3 Ashley

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    1. Is that how they're made? But... they're so perfectly circular.

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  3. Looks delicious! And I love how you added the Spinach leaves. I'd never think of putting them in Mexican food.

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  4. Thank you for the comment! Finally someone who understands.

    Lots of Mexican food where I live! It looks delicious! Something easy enough that I can't burn down the whole kitchen. I think I'll try that.


    Allie
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  5. That looks so good! I've never really had authentic Chinese food, but I do know all about Western food. Yum :)

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  6. nomz. That looks smashingly good. It may be because I grew up in Asia, but I can't take my mind off rice when cooking. Even enchilada night is incomplete without rice in my house.

    ♥ laura
    the blog of worldly delights

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    1. I loooove how Mexican food uses rice. When I go to Chipotle (I know, not best example of Mexican food) I get a burrito bowl that's very reminiscent of just a rice bowl.

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  7. This looks delicious...and I cannot cook to save my life...I burned rice once in the rice cooker yup....

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  8. oh goodness this look delicious. i love avocado, and would love to give this a try.
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  9. Aki, this looks good! I love sizzlin fajitas! :D
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  10. hey aki, aki, this looks tasty to me, except i'd exclude the fajita meat, since i'm one of those weird vegetarians. ;) cooking is a skill to be envied dear one. have a fantab weekend!

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  11. Wow this looks delicious - especially that guac! Yum :)

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  12. yum I love guacamole! So delicious looking :)

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  13. that looks delish! doesn't seem hard either, i think klutz me can prob. make it =)

    Hope all is well my dear, have a great weekend!

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    1. When the hardest part is pre-prepared, you can do anything!

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  14. Hi Aki!

    Yes Izzy is my daughter!

    If i am lucky maybe I will go to fashion week next year!

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  15. wow, that looks amazing and healthy!


    enjoy your wknd!
    jasmine

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  16. That looks tasty! I've been making more Mexican food lately too but I still also cook alot of Chinese just cause it's so easy.

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  17. omg that tortilla looks soooo good

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  18. I once went to a Mexican restaurant in Scotland...and they didn't give sour cream with the dishes, but just regular cream. So...you're cooking may be 'Western' but really...not all-Western as Europe does not appear to understand Mexican American cuisine as of yet.

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  19. YUMMM! that looks CRAZY delicious.. a nice big smearing of avocado!!! YUM!

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  20. it looks yum..and now that you say it i think i cook western things more than indian..it's easier i guess.

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