If I am going to be raptured, I want to at least be fed!

When there is nothing to blog about, you blog about cooking, or as I like to call it blooking (blogging + cooking, get it?) Today is also the famous rapture day, and I am sure you’ve heard enough jokes about it, so I am going to pass. But let me tell you that this morning Sam and I did a test “Will I be raptured” and well, we didn’t get into the lucky number! So that’s why I am cooking! Dinner today consisted of korean carrots (brought from a store, so I am not taking any credit for that!), chicken and mushrooms and Turkish doughnuts (I still don’t like Turkey, even though those doughnuts turned out pretty good!)

Chicken and mushrooms 

1. Stir fry chicken and mushrooms, use butter! There can never be too much butter! I love you, Julia Childs!

2. Add milk and spices

3. Pour everything into the casserole dish, sprinkle with cheese and bake for about 15 min.

4. All done and ready to be consumed!

Turkish Doughnuts 

Remember the fry party I went to? Well I found this recipe, but we never got around to making those, and ended up eating ice cream. So I finally decided to give them a shot today.

1. Combine flour, cinnamon & sugar. Put 3 eggs into warm water for 3 min.

2. Melt butter in one cup of water and 1 tbsp sugar over medium heat.

3. Add flour to the melted butter, beat, then add eggs, one at a time, and beat with a wooden spoon!

4. Shape the batter into doughnuts!

5. Oh, boiling and bubbling!

6. And finally done!

Dunkin Dounuts is still my fav place for doughnuts!

 

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