here's one I recreated, through ancestral lineage, it would be believed.
Taco of India [hindu’s granessha daevadereye.]
We begin with, 1 onion, diced or uniformly chopped.
In a pan (preferably not plastique, as in authentic iron caste), add coriander, nutmeg, fennel seed and lemon zest. Heat with butter (2 tsp)
For 10 minutes on low, an additional 10 after on a slightly higher low. [notches here, to each their own]
Fry a bannana, but I gave those away, because a carrot is correct. 1 whole thinly sliced carrot, at 30 minutes and 1 partial (3/4) onion at 28-29 minutes.
1 cup of sliced or diced (however you wish) mushroom, preferably simplest as a baby portabello.
Add water at time codes 20, 30, 40, and remove heat at 41.
Use 1 tsp of water or 1/8 plastic cup of water (daisy).
Next we take a separate iron pan, and turn the heat on low, without butter (pre-oil the pan, please). Heat on low, for 10 or 5 minutes on either side, 10 for more crisp hard shell, or 5 for soft shell.
Serve after sitting a few minutes and proudly showing your mother some oddly good tasting medicine that tastes like quirella but better in every way.
I love all the things you can do with rice! Depending on my mood, I'll eat it Asian or Mexican style. It's just so good, and so versatile. You can eat it in savory ways or in sweet ways. And it's not too bad by itself lol. I'd often hear jokes or see memes that Filipinos will eat rice with anything (I'm half), and I laugh because it's kinda true. Some will eat it with their spaghetti... but uh... that's too many carbs xD
Probably my favorite way to eat it is with monggo beans!
And of course the best fruit in the world is strawberries. You can't change my mind. They are perfectly paired with bananas.
I picked up FF III pixel remaster for the mobile discount sale. I guess that's on my plate after I finish Lunar Silver Star Story. That said, I am strongly considering an entry for the IGMC 2022 since an idea came to me for this year's theme.