She’s a great cook

My sister made homemade spring rolls. She made them from scratch.

They turned out great, and I got to sample them.

They tasted amazing.

She put bean sprouts, and Chinese cabbage, green onion, and I cant remember the fourth vegetable, she also put chicken in them.

It took her a long time, as she had to cut up all of the vegetables, and shred the chicken.

But she did it! She’s an amazing cook!

She also cooked chicken kung po, and she brought me some to have for dinner tomorrow.

She put carrot, broccoli, peppers, and onions in to that dish.

So I’ll be having Chinese food without all the grease in it!

If I got it from a Chinese take away, there’d be tons of fat in it.

Author: Carol anne

I am 40 years young. I'm blind and I have dissociative identity disorder, I also have complex PTSD. I blog about my life with these disorders. I live in Ireland.

10 thoughts on “She’s a great cook”

  1. mmm that food sounds so good! I’m glad you got to eat some. It’s been a long time since I made spring rolls, or egg rolls from scratch. Sounds the same way I made them and they turn out great. But it does take a very long time to fix them. It would take me at least 2 hours total (no breaks) but totally worth it. 🙂

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