Mince garlic, onion and ginger. Dice the carrot and cut the bell pepper into thin slices then pan fry with olive oil for 5 minutes. Then add garlic, onion and ginger and cook until the onions become translucent. Stir in curry paste and tomato paste and cook for one minute stirring the ingredients around in the pan. Add 2 cup of water and lentils then bring to a boil. In the mean time cook the rice in 1 ½ cups of water.
Let the lentils soften for 10 minutes then add the remaining ingredients, stirring well to combine them. Cook with the lid for 15-20 on medium low heat.
Once the rice has cooked completely remove from the stove and serve some of it into a bowl. Add your lentil curry and serve with some delicious naan bread. Enjoy!
my full piece for the takumi side of the struck to cinders zine! i decided on a picture of young takumi and his retainers, assuming theyve known each other for a long time. Rice fields are trickier to draw than they look; i think ive learned something.
SHINee’s Taemin Tries Really, Really Hard To Hype Up Onew’s Cooking Skills - e.kang, soompi
SHINee’s Taemin is nothing but truthful.
During his appearance on the March 13 episode of Olive TV’s “Cook & Order” (tentative title), SHINee’s Onew prepared a special video featuring his fellow member Taemin.
Taken while they were on tour in Japan, the video showed the youngest member trying his hardest to say good things about Onew’s cooking abilities, even if Onew kept shooting himself in the foot.
Taemin started off by mentioning that Onew had once made paella, a Spanish rice dish, for him, when Onew suddenly disses himself and said, “You tasted raw rice that time, didn’t you?”
Taken aback by the sudden self-attack, Taemin truthfully, and hilariously, replied, “I really can’t forget it. It had its own charm, and I’ve eaten a lot of delicious food, but the food Onew made for me was very new and unique.”
It didn’t end there, as Onew claimed that his knife skills were exceptional because he’s “never hurt his hands.” Of course, he immediately followed up with, “Because I haven’t used knifes very often.”
Honest Taemin tried to turn the situation around once more and compliment Onew’s cooking skills.
“Seasoning, the taste, things like these…,” Taemin started off, before he amusingly confessed, “It’s really hard, trying to say positive things. It feels like I’m trying to squeeze [water] out of a dry rag.”
While Onew’s cooking abilities were later put to the test, at least he can always count on Taemin to say good things!
Sometimes it boggles your brain somewhat: the flash of light that clouds all your senses for an instant, resetting your timeline according to whatever’s been changed. Carolyn insists that they’ll get used to it eventually, but for now it leaves Douglas with the distinct impression of having had a knife slice through his brain.
From the look on Martin’s face, he’s not much better.
“Chaps! Have some of this, it’ll get rid of the funny feeling!” Arthur chirped, holding out a bowl of what seemed to be mostly rice. “I made it myself!”