It's December the 19th today and indicated my stay for past 365 days at this new place. New environment, new journey of life and indeed the year of 2012 is a challenging year for me that blended with sweet and sad memories.
December is suppose to be a festive celebration month, whereby everyone is preparing to relax down from their busy schedule to welcome the Christmas and the New Year but it was hit by a sudden sad heartbreaking incident happened in USA last week that has grab the global attentions. Nevertheless, I hope everyone will be able to put let down the sadness and move forward to welcome the new year.
As for me, I am rather busy with my new house renovations, which we are planning to move in by mid of January. That's the reason you don't see my post as often as usual. My apologies. Hope I can get back on track after we have settle down at our new house, kind of looking forward to move in to our new home.
Today, I am bringing a rather simple recipe, perfect for those who are always rush of time to prepare their meal (like me). The Creamy Potato Salad with Peas will be fit for those who wish to have "meatless" meal. I personally like the combination of the cooked potatoes with peas and what about you? Hope you will like it like me!
I wish to take this opportunity to wish everyone Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!
4 medium size of potato
1 can of peas, drain
5-6 pcs of lettuce or any choice of salad leaves, cut into small pieces
1 onion, diced
3-4 tbsp of mayonnaise (up to the wetness that you desire)
1 tbsp of olive oil
1 tsp of ground black pepper
1 tsp of ground pepper
1 tsp of dried rosemary
1. Bring washed potatoes to boil (with salt) until tender or cooked. This will take about 15-
2. Drain off water, let potatoes to cool to room temperature. You may soak them in a bowl
of ice water for few minutes to make your peeling process easier.
3. Cut potatoes in wedges.
4. In large bowl and container, mix mayonnaise and others ingredients to form dressing.
5. Stir in potatoes, peas, cut salads and chopped onion until coated.
6. Chill for an hour before serve.