This is another scheduled post while I am away. Thanks very much for visiting and also your lovely comment. Happy reading and cooking. Hope you have a wonderful day everyday.
Cheese is not something that I use very often in cooking and baking. It’s mainly because I did not grow up on dairy food. Besides, dairy food like cheese is very expensive back home in Malaysia. So imagine the shock when I came here to Scotland and find big shelves of milk , cheese, butter and cream in all sizes in the supermarkets. It just blew my mind! I have tried quite a number of them but not all yet. Still learning!
There’s one cheese which I actually quite like and that’s feta cheese. It’s a little salty, creamy and tastes quite like the salty fermented bean curd which the Chinese likes to eat, usually with congee, and is often referred to as Chinese cheese.
Tender stem broccoli is a very delicious vegetable. It has a natural sweetness of it own. As the name implies, it’s tender and quick to cook.
This Tender Stem Broccoli With Feta Cheese Stir Fry recipe is very simple and easy. The combination of the cheese and the crunchy yet tender broccoli was just fabulous. This is the first time I tried it. It’s one I will cook again. You can adjust the amount of the ingredients below.
tender stem broccoli
Heat up some oil and fry the garlic and ginger until fragrant.
Add the broccoli and stir fry until it’s cooked to your liking. I love it with still some crunch to it. Just before you dish up, add the feta cheese, give a quick stir and dish up. I had it with rice and really like it. But I’m sure this would be delicious with pasta or noodles too.
There are several types of broccoli. Have you tried them all? Which one is your favourite? Please share, add and comment in the comment box below.
Other broccoli recipe that you may be interested in:
Tenderstem Broccoli With Turkey Mince
More vegetable recipes at http://www.keeplearningkeepsmiling.com/recipes/
Quote of the day……
“Learn to relax. Your body is precious, as it houses your mind and spirit. Inner peace begins with a relaxed body.”
Norman Vincent Peale