Victoria came, and we made spaghetti squash with brussel sprouts and Singaporean noodles today. In case you don’t know, Victoria is a chef that’s granting wish. Together, we’re going to create a cookbook.
I told Victoria about Nicole, and Victoria said people like Nicole, people with medical disabilities, is why she’s doing this. Victoria said condolences.
Victoria showed us how to cut a spaghetti squash in half. At the same time, we quartered the brussel sprouts. We rubbed both the spaghetti squash and brussel sprouts with olive oil, Italian seasoning, and garlic powder. They were roasted in the oven. Then we sauteed ground turkey in a pan. Spaghetti sauce was added with the turkey, and we let it simmer. After the brussel sprouts and spaghetti squash were done roasting, we were able to scoop out spaghetti strands from the squash. The strands were plated with the simmered sauce on top and sprinkled with brussel sprouts.
There’s a lot of ingredients for Singaporean noodles. There are prawns, rice noodles, bean sprouts, chicken, soy sauce, tomatoes. The rice noodles are soaked in water while the prawns and chicken are marinated in soy sauce. After they’re marinate, the prawns are sauteed in a pan. Then the chicken are sauteed. The noodles are added in the pan. The noodles are seasoned with curry powder, soy sauce, and sesame oil. Tomatoes are incorporated. Sprinkled on top are bean sprouts and green onion.
Check out Victoria: https://www.eastbayhealthychef.com/