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Saag Paneer

More milk than I have ever used at a time! To my amazement, it did NOT run through the cheese cloth. I was convinced I was about to pour dinner down the drain, haha, but it only ever so slightly trickled out over the course of 15 mins.

45 mins in a peculiar, makeshift press, firmed it up. Into a spinach onion tomato puree it went and voila, Saag Paneer! It was really good, and surprisingly filling.

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Late Night Snacking

Late night snacking has taken a different turn in my household, since I started making Dumplings and Wontons. Pictured here, I steamed up a pack of my Dumplings [left side of plate], and deep fried a pack of my Wontons [right side of plate], just after midnight; Spent a couple mins preparing specific sauces for each: Totally worth it. Its almost like eating out of a Downtown Vancouver Late Night Chinese Take Out Window…. but in Gweilo town….*cough*, I mean, In Gillies Bay, Texada Island.