The lonely heart is surrounded by sweetness nevertheless.
So this is another of those nameless dishes I often end up with.
It begins with trying to do something “creative” with a can of tuna flakes and eggs. The latter ingredient has become some sort of staple because of its supposed protein content: I wanna gain weight!
Throw in some veggies in a spatter of olive oil, and voila — add the parsley for more green stuff.
Turns out yummy.
Some things have to be done on the spot, without thorough thinking.
That’s what happened when I fried some ground beef, which I had thought of adding to the instant beef mami afterwards.
But the brown, sizzling meat looked too tantalizing that I turned it into some sort of, uh, this —
I don’t know how you call it. But I added the egg and onions and put some oyster sauce. It came out too salty. But with enough rice to go with every spoonful, it was a feast.
Lesson: sudden major changes can turn out be delicious, if you know how to be resourceful. Applies to life in general as well.