Whoa…..would you look at the date?
It’s been over a month since I posted my last recipe…..time sure flies, doesn’t it?
…..right now we are living day to day……trying to keep positive….no big plans…..not a lot traveling…..
Little Peanut is still recovering from the accident over two months ago…..lot of physio….trauma counseling…getting used to our new life in a slower lane….catching up with school work…
Since we are spending lot of time at home there is always something happening in our KITCHEN.
…..also……I like to look for a silver lining in everything that happens in life and as traumatic as the accident was for our entire family one things came out of it…..it made as all more GRATEFUL & closer to each other…..
….to break the boredom that comes from no being able to do anything and go anywhere I decided to start little projects around the house we can do together….
Last weekend we started with project “GARDEN SHED” ……since hubby is away the one male I had to rely on was Hormone Boy….yes, I was skeptical…..scared…..concerned…..hiding power tools…..putting together first aid kit….
Luckily, my little sister offered help…..so now there was 3 of us that never done anything like this EVER…..3 of us that didn’t have a clue what we were doing….
This was our plan:
….STEP 1…..purchase garden shed kit from local hardware store…..bring it home….
….STEP 2….hope for the best…..
I am not going to lie…..it wasn’t pretty….certain words were flying around….and 5 hours later…..VICTORY….SUCCESS….NEW SHED was build.
Since I knew everyone will be starving after the project was done I managed to sneak away in the middle (they never noticed) and make delicious pot of LEEK & POTATO SPRING SOUP….
- 4 cups Leeks (thinly sliced)
- 2 Tbsp Butter
- 3 Tbsp Flour
- 7 Medium Potatoes (peeled & cubed)
- 3 Cloves Garlic (crushed)
- 2L Vegetable Broth (or water)
- 2 cups 2% Milk
STEP 1: In a pot on medium high melt butter. Add flour and make thick rue.Turn heat to medium
STEP 2: Add vegetable stock or water. Stir and bring to boil.
STEP 3: Add potatoes & leek. Salt and pepper to taste. Cook for 15 to 20 minutes or until potatoes and leek are soft (not mushy).
STEP 4: Add milk and cook 10 more minutes.
……30 minutes later and you have a delicious pot of LEEK & POTATO SOUP…..
You can serve this yummy Leek & Potato Soup with croutons and fresh strings of leek on top.
P.S. By now you probably noticed the new name…..Bibi’s Culinary Journey…..I decided to shake things up and take this “recipe only” blog to the next level….so keep coming back to see what’s happening and where is my culinary journey takes me….
NUTRITIONAL VALUE (Amount per serving):
10 Servings (with Vegetable Broth)
Calories 206.0, Total Fat 3.5 g , Saturated Fat 2.1 g , Cholesterol 10.0 mg, Sodium 804.6 mg , Potassium 779.4 mg , Total Carbohydrate 38.4 g , Dietary Fiber 4.0 g , Sugars 6.5 g , Protein 5.6 g
10 Servings (with Water)
Calories 194.0, Total Fat 3.5 g , Saturated Fat 2.1 g , Cholesterol 10.0 mg, Sodium 517.7 mg , Potassium 779.4 mg , Total Carbohydrate 36 g , Dietary Fiber 4.0 g , Sugars 4.9 g , Protein 5.6 g