Hi,guys today I would like to share a simple vegetarian spaghetti with you.I hope this post will be useful for you.
Tomato – 4-5
Onion – 1
Garlic – 1 1/2 tbsp
Olive Oil – 1 tbsp
Salt and pepper powder as required
Oregano as needed
Cheese -15 grams
1.Chop onions and garlic finely.
2.Put tomatoes in boiling water for 3-4 minutes and remove it. After it cools, peel the skin and puree it.
3.Boil plenty of water in a pan. Then add the spaghetti with a tsp of salt.
4.Cook stirring in between to prevent the spaghetti from sticking to each other. Cook till tender (It should be firm but tender, so do not overcook.) Check it by tasting it.
5.Now drain the spaghetti into a colander and pass cold water through it. Keep it aside.
6.In a pan, heat a tbsp of oil, add garlic, onion and saute till onions become translucent.
7.Then add tomato puree and salt needed.
8.Once it starts boiling, lower the heat and let it cook until the sauce thickens. Add the spaghetti to it and toss it well, so that the sauce gets coated evenly with the spaghetti. 9.Add pepper powder to taste.
10.Sprinkle oregano and grated parmesan cheese and serve hot.
Learning is a process similar to building a house. You aren’t fed the complete picture. Limitations on communication prevent the instantaneous transmission of knowledge. Instead you listen to lectures, read textbooks and take painstaking notes to try and comprehend a subject.
You are fed building supplies, bricks, mortar and glass. It is up to you to assemble the building. Unfortunately, most learning strategies fall into two basic types:
Memorization – Instead of building anything you simply stare at each brick for several minutes trying to record its position.
Formulas – This is the equivalent to being blind, fumbling around a new house. You can’t see the building itself but you learn to come up with simple rules to avoid walking into walls.
There is nothing particularly wrong with either of these strategies, assuming they aren’t your entire strategy. The human brain isn’t a computer so it can’t memorize infinite sums of knowledge without some form of structure. And formulas no longer work if the questions they are designed to solve change scope.
The alternative strategy is to focus on actually using the information you have to build something. This involves linking concepts together and compressing information so it fits in the bigger picture. Here are some ideas to get started:
Metaphor – Metaphors can allow you to quickly organize information by comparing a complex idea to a simple one. When you find relationships between information, come up with analogies to increase your understanding. Compare neurons with waves on a string. Make metaphors comparing parts of a brain with sections of your computer.
Use All Your Senses – Abstract ideas are difficult to memorize because they are far removed from our senses. Shift them closer by coming up with vivid pictures, feelings and images that relate information together. When I learned how to do a determinant of a matrix, I remembered the pattern by visualizing my hands moving through the numbers, one adding and one subtracting.
Teach It – Find someone who doesn’t understand the topic and teach it to them. This exercise forces you to organize. Spending five minutes explaining a concept can save you an hour of combined studying for the same effect.
Leave No Islands – When you read through a textbook, every piece of information should connect with something else you have learned. Fast learners do this automatically, but if you leave islands of information, you won’t be able to reach them during a test.
Test Your Mobility – A good way to know you haven’t linked enough is that you can’t move between concepts. Open up a word document and start explaining the subject you are working with. If you can’t jump between sections, referencing one idea to help explain another, you won’t be able to think through the connections during a test.
Find Patterns – Look for patterns in information. Information becomes easier to organize if you can identify broader patterns that are similar across different topics. The way a neuron fires has similarities to “if” statements in programming languages.
Build a Large Foundation – Reading lots and having a general understanding of many topics gives you a lot more flexibility in finding patterns and metaphors in new topics. The more you already know, the easier it is to learn.
Don’t Force – I don’t spend much time studying before exams. Forcing information during the last few days is incredibly inefficient. Instead try to slowly interlink ideas as they come to you so studying becomes a quick recap rather than a first attempt at learning.
Build Models – Models are simple concepts that aren’t true by themselves, but are useful for describing abstract ideas. Crystallizing one particular mental image or experience can create a model you can reference when trying to understand. When I was trying to tackle the concept of subspaces, I visualized a blue background with a red plane going through it. This isn’t an entirely accurate representation of what a subspace is, but it created a workable image for future ideas.
Learning is in Your Head – Having beautiful notes and a perfectly highlighted textbook doesn’t matter if you don’t understand the information in it. Your only goal is to understand the information so it will stick with you for assignments, tests and life. Don’t be afraid to get messy when scrawling out ideas on paper and connecting them in your head. Use notes and books as a medium for learning rather than an end result.
I hope this little sharing could make a big change in you….
Hye guys. Today I want to share a recipe on how to make delicious chicken rendang.Rendang is a very famous malaysian dish which is rich in taste.I bet u that you will want it again after trying this.
Ingredients :~ (A)
1 kg chicken ~ cleaned and cut into medium sized pieces
1/2 tbp turmeric powder
(B) To blend together
6 tbsp dried chilli paste
5 cloves garlic
1 large onion
1 inch ginger
10 bird’s eye chillies
5 stalks lemongrass
2 candlenuts (buah keras)
1/2 inch fresh turmeric
2 inches galangal
sufficient water to form a paste
200ml coconut milk
2 pcs tamarind pulps
2 stalk lemongrass ~ slightly bruised
5 pcs kaffir lime leaves or 2 pcs turmeric leaves ~ thinly sliced
2 tbsp kerisik (toasted and pounded coconut)
salt to taste
First of all, marinade chicken pieces with turmeric powder and salt for 30 minutes.
Meanwhile, blend ingredients (B) until smooth.
Heat oil in wok and fry the chicken pieces until 3/4 cooked. Set aside.
Use same oil to saute the blended ingredients together with the bruised lemongrass.
Stir the gravy and cook covered for 25-30 minutes. Stir occasionally to avoid burnt bottom.
Once you see the oil separates from the gravy, add coconut milk, tamarind pulps and salt.
Stir and allow to boil a few times. Add fried chicken pieces and kaffir lime leaves.
Mix well and cover the lid for another 10 minutes. Stir.
Add toasted coconut, mix evenly. Check for salt. Dish out.
Today I am going to share on how to make scrumptious CRUMPETS WITH STRAWBERRY. For this you will need metal crumpet rings. It is a really simple and good to eat recipe.I’ll bet that the kids will definitely love this.Let’s dig in…
For this you’ll need :
175g/6oz strong white flour
175g/6oz plain flour
2 x 7g sachets instant yeast
1 tsp caster sugar
350ml/12fl oz warm milk
150-200ml/5-7fl oz warm water
½ tsp bicarbonate of soda
1 tsp salt
sunflower oil for cooking
Weigh the flours in to a bowl. Add the yeast and stir through the flour.
Dissolve the sugar in the warm milk and pour onto the flour. Using a wooden spoon beat until you have a smooth batter. This will take 3-4 minutes and is hard work, but is essential to produce the holes in the crumpets.
Cover and leave for at least 20 minutes and up to an hour. The batter will rise and then begin to fall. You will see marks on the side of the bowl where the batter was before it dropped.
Mix the bicarbonate of soda and salt with the warm water and beat it into the batter. Add about ¾ of the water and keep adding it until you get a double cream consistency. Cover and rest for 20 minutes.
Heat a flat griddle or heavy based pan. Lightly grease the inside of four metal crumpet rings. Lightly grease the griddle. Sit the rings on the griddle over a medium heat.
Drop two dessert spoons of mixture into each ring. After 4-5 minutes bubbles should appear and the surface should be set. Carefully turn the crumpets in their rings and cook for a further three minutes.
Serve immediately with fresh strawberry or jam or leave to cool and then toast before eating with plenty of butter.
SO THIS IS IT…. DON’T FORGET TO TRY AND SHARE UR COMMENTS.