Creating healthy and sustainable organic food for the practicing home cook savant.
Are you eating not-so healthy food? Well, I guess we already know the answer. Sometimes, we forget that we need nutritious food in our daily lives. We enjoy eating dishes from food chains, barbecuing in our backyard, eating chips and a lot more. In fact, these foods can be toxic to our bodies and will bring sickness if we are not going to stop eating these kinds of foods. Go outside! Learn something like how to rock climb or do your own Tucson garage door installation.
As far as I know, people have the knowledge that good food is a lot important to us but we always tend to ignore it. We only consume healthy food if we already feel sick and if the doctor advises us to do so. Other people simply want to eat vegetables and fruits the way they want to.
Always remember that it is better to choose sustainable dishes for us and our family, it give us a lot nutrients and more importantly, these dishes are also environmental friendly. In this way, we are taking care of our nature and also of our health.
Did you know that any dish can be made sustainable? Cooking at home with sustainable food tastes better, is more nutritious, brings friends and family together. At the same time, it’s also a lot cheaper than eating outside and teaches our kids to have good eating habits. It is much better to teach children while they are still young, in this way, they can pass it through the next generation.
From this website, I will teach you how to cook sustainable and organic dishes that you will surely like. It is a lot easier, healthier, cheaper and delicious as compared to regular dishes. My recipes posted on this blog all came from my family recipes that have been handed down from generations. However, I gave a twist on it and recreated some. Meanwhile, some other recipes are self-created while some came from other food bloggers who share the same food philosophy for local, sustainable and organic food.
Here, you can share your original recipes as well as long as it is considered to be sustainable dishes. Just let me know if you want to contribute to this website by sending me an email. We can also share our thoughts on the forum section of this site, you can give some tips and advice to our readers and co-foodies in there. Inspire them to make these sustainable dishes. It is fun to share your knowledge and ideas to others.
If you are a cook savant or a novice, you can easily follow my recipes. The recipes that I’ve posted here are all incredibly flavorful, fresh and easy to make. I aim to please, go and check out my recipes and let me know what you think about it.
Thank you for spending your time with me, I look forward on your next visit here. Please share to your relatives, friends, neighbors and officemates the good food recipes that Lazaro Cooks are giving. Cook and taste the creation of sustainable foods of Lazaro Cooks.
I hope everyone had a great weekend. I am excited to share my newly created recipe for you. I tested it already for how many times and tasted it of course. It’s not only me but my family and friends approved this recipe before I shared it with you. As another, sustainable and organic food that I will share to everyone, I will use round scad to create another dish.
As we all know, round scad is a staple food and healthy. This fish is very easy to find in the market and even the ingredients are available in your pantry. It’s a lot cheaper and have fewer ingredients but the nutrients and delicious taste are to die for.
It is best served with rice, the one I used here was Japanese rice. I love the fragrance and taste this rice produces. Finish the dish with some freshly chopped onion spring, leeks will also do. Give this course a try, you will not be disappointed.
CRISPY FRIED ROUND SCAD WITH TOMATO AND EGG SAUCE
For the Crispy Fried Round Scad:
1/2 kilo of round scad approximately 5 to 7 pieces depending on the size of the fish. Make sure it was cleaned and that the gills were removed.
1/2 cup of gluten-free rice flour (this will reduce the absorption of oil in the pan)
1/2 teaspoon of pepper
1/2 teaspoon of salt
1 cup of oil for frying
Scrub the salt and pepper evenly in the fish.
Dredge into the flour, coat it evenly.
Heat your pan in medium heat fire. Pour oil into the pan, use fry thermometer to monitor the heat. Do not use too much heat as this will cause your fish to burn.
Put the fish in the pan, fried until golden brown. When it’s done, set it aside.
For the Tomatoes and Egg Sauce:
5 pieces fresh diced tomatoes
1 medium size onion, slice thinly
2 tablespoon chopped garlic
2 tablespoon of oil
2 pieces organic eggs, slightly beaten
Salt and pepper to taste
Heat oil in the pan, put garlic, onions and tomatoes, stir-fry until tomatoes are cooked. Add 1 cup of water, bring to a boil, then pour over the eggs and stir. Put salt and pepper according to your taste. Plate it and served.
That’s it for now, till we exchange our few words again. Thank you so much.