I have a knack for cooking but lately I wasn't able to cook for my kids because I got lazy. Anyway, whenever my cousins and I create a food experiment (aka dish-we-only-invented), we call the dish a theory. And when our "theory" becomes a hit with our relatives, we give it a name.
For dinner, I thought of cooking prawns. I would like the same dish that my friend's mom used to cook for us when we were in college but I don't have the recipe so I cooked using my intuitive instincts, which means create a theory. As our help prepared to slice the ginger and garlic, she told me that I will be cooking using charcoal and since I am planning to cook using my teflon pan, I got bonkers for a while. However, the trick is control the fire so that the pan will not be damaged and the food won't taste like smoke. Come join me and my Prawn Theory.
|Preparing the pan|
|The prawn victims|
|Saute ginger and garlic|
|Dive in the prawns|
|Pour in the concoction you like (I just put sprite in mine) then add salt and pepper to taste|
|The finished product: My Prawn Theory|