Ramen noodle tossed in mixture of sesame oil, dark soy sauce and sweet soy sauce (ABC kecap manis) with slivers of cucumber, spring onion and roast duck. Served with duck soup. QUACK.
Here are snapshots of what I call my idea of "proper" fast food. We had roast duck and pancakes on Christmas day and two days later, we're still trying to finish the bird. Waste not, want not. BUT.... God forbid if I have to eat this beast on the 4th day. I'll be quacking instead of talking.
Boiled dumplings (pork mince & grated carrots) in chicken broth and sprinkled with spring onions.
I make dumplings in bulk and freeze them. I'm lazy enough to use stock cubes (use Kallo chicken stock. They're the best). Chuck the dumplings into the pot of chicken broth and 5-10 minutes later, you've got yourself a pretty balanced meal.
This photo brought back nostalgic memories of my paternal grandmother who used to cook porridge for me in the morning. There will be an array of condiments along with the most dreaded chicken/duck essence (the black gunk all Asian kids must drink in order to magically increase our IQ and become more nerdy than we already were). There's preserved tofu, salted duck eggs, pickled lettuce or even leftover meals from the night before.
I'm too lazy to boil the salted eggs in a separate pot so I dump them into the rice cooker along with the rice (shortcut, my friends). My version includes kimchi which I'm rather addicted to. The whole point of this exercise is to do as little cooking as possible and preferably, 1 or no pots to wash. See? You can't get lazier than that. And if any self righteous food Nazi accuse you of not feeding your kid properly......send them to me.