Many of us students don’t know how to cook, are too scared to cook, just can’t be bothered to cook because takeaways and ready meals are much easier or we’re just too busy chugging down brewskies like there’s no tomorrow. Well, I say that’s all poppy cock, so “Stop Drinking and Get Cooking!!!”
In my opinion, anyone can cook, even the most intricate dishes you find in fancy restaurants and such. It isn’t hard at all, as long as you can grasp the basic concepts and tricks to cooking you can pretty much do anything, which I aim to show and teach you here. I want too show you all how easy it is to cook something so simple yet so delicious in the comforts of your very own kitchen. Even if you don’t have time, skills or even cooking on a budget we can all make something delicious.
Who Am I?
My name is Ka and my love for cooking started out as a young kid.
Being a BBC and living in an Asian household in London, I was brought up around all types of food which means I pretty much love to eat and cook everything from around the world. I would consider myself to be a self-taught and an improv/experimental cook. I pretty much followed my father’s footsteps by taking whatever I have around the house and actually making something quite nice from it.
My Recipes (Or as my gf calls it…Rice-peas)
If you notice in my recipes, I don’t really put down measurements, time or other stuff really. I usually just go by sight, smell and taste, if it looks good, smells good and most of all tastes good its all good. And personally, I think everyone is different, so the amount of spices you add or the amount of sauces you add is all dependent on you. I’m not going to restrict you on how much to add, I want you to experiment yourself and find what suits you and what you think is the best for you. You are the boss of your own food afterall. That’s cooking is so enjoyable!
Most of my dishes are my own easy to follow recipes which I feel cater to those, especially students, who want to make gourmet meals but feel like they can’t or can’t bothered to do so because they think its too hard. Rest assured, it isn’t the case and to put that cherry on top you can pretty much make it with everything you usually find in a student kitchen.
Any comments are well received and appreciated. Feedback is the greatest form of learning as I always say. So please have a look and enjoy yourself creating and experimenting.