Ever since I started my youtube blog, I must admit that I’ve somewhat neglected my writing.
I’m not any good at vlogging.
Its a frustrating but nonetheless inspiring conclusion.
Will I give up? Hecks no.
How can I? I’m learning so much.
There are tons of things, that I’m just learning how to control. Lighting, sound and even the simplest things like controlling the camera, have all left me stumped so far.
But Boy is it fun.
Its a world entirely on its own.
I got back late yesterday night from visiting my German, in the South of Thailand.
My fridge is empty and I’m feeling quite down.
I need food.
This is my go to ‘lazy day’ recipe (I am aware that it is a Monday).
Its tasty, quick and is perfect when you’re down to the bare bones, both physically and emotionally.
2 tablespoons oil
1 onion, sliced
1½ teapoons light soy sauce
1½ teaspoons fish sauce
1 Bunch coriander
1 Spring Onion
Lime wedge, to garnish
Heat 1 tablespoon of the peanut oil in a wok or large frying pan. Cook onion and garlic until soft.
Combine the soy and fish sauces in a bowl, and beat together in the eggs (you want a lot of air to get into this mixture).
For a fluffy, lightly-browned omelette, make sure your pan is hot before you put in the egg mixture. You can test it by dropping a tiny bit of the egg mixture in the pan and see if it sizzles.
Pour the mixture in the pan.
Move the pan around some to evenly distribute the mixture so the middle gets cooked.
Chop up your spring onion and coriander and place it on top (I eat mine whole).
Serve immediately drizzled with oyster sauce and garnished with a lime wedge.
You can swap out the noodles for some steamed jasmine rice, or even toast.