what is the first item you cook?

@achinthya (1219)
India
January 6, 2009 11:54pm CST
For me the first item that I learned was making an omelette .How about you?
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@aisaellis22 (6449)
• United States
9 Jan 09
Hello achinthya! I can't really remember what's the first food that I learned. Maybe it's how to fried a fish. It's so easy. Just let the oil hot and put the fish after cleaning it.
@achinthya (1219)
• India
10 Jan 09
Frying fish is very easy yes, but we should fry it carefully otherwise hot oil will splash on us.Thanks for the response!
• United States
11 Jan 09
hehehe...I got splashed by hot oil in my hand..
@lazeebee (5468)
• Malaysia
9 Jan 09
We had these classes called 'Home/Domestic Science' in school, and the first thing they taught us was cooking rice. That was the first time I cooked!
@achinthya (1219)
• India
10 Jan 09
Actually the most basic and easy thing to learn is cooking of rice as we just required to know how much water is required for how much cups, as main thing is measurement of water.You got a good subject because in school everyone have to do and its compulsory and because of fear for the teachers will compel to learn all the things compared to home. Think you might have become expert cook now. Happy posting!!
@Shar19 (8236)
• United States
8 Jan 09
I think the first thing I ever cooked was probably spaghetti and meatballs.
@achinthya (1219)
• India
10 Jan 09
Good, you have started with the yummy items myself I didn't know how to cook this meat balls ...till today.Happy posting!!
@thedaddym (1737)
• United States
7 Jan 09
A frozen burrito. I put it in the microwave. My mom worked when we were growing up so we had to fend for ourselves a lot with food. I remember making toast with sugar on it. Then I got more brave and would make things like hamburgers, or noodles for myself.
@achinthya (1219)
• India
10 Jan 09
Everything comes step by step no matter it might start from the easiest stuff or item, slow and steady wins the race as the phrase goes ....thanks for the response. Happy New Year !!
@CJay77 (4441)
• Australia
7 Jan 09
I think steamed rice and that's when I was 12 years old. It my sounds funny, but when you don't have rice cooker it is hard to measure the amount of water and to cook it right. And I think the other was fried fish.
@achinthya (1219)
• India
7 Jan 09
Good beginning....think you might be expert now in others as you started learning very early.Happy Mylotting!!
• United States
7 Jan 09
The first thing I ever cooked was eggs. I can remember standing at my grandmothers in front of the stove with a pan of scrambled eggs. I can remember my grandmother telling me to fold them in. She always made the fluffiest scrambled eggs. Yummy thinking of them now I am starving. Gonna go and make some of grandma's eggs.
@achinthya (1219)
• India
7 Jan 09
I love egg specially scrambled one.....thanks for your response.
@regal_aeros (2606)
• Singapore
7 Jan 09
hmmm... i can't really remember. but i guess amongst the many things i've learnt from my mum, the omelette is one of them. Besides that, i learnt how to fry the fish, cook rice, fry veggies, and make soup.
@achinthya (1219)
• India
7 Jan 09
thats good, you start with all the basic things hope now you might have become expert .Happy Mylotting!!
@jesbellaine (4157)
• Philippines
7 Jan 09
Hello There! First food that I made or cooked was “Pancake”. My mom taught me to make pancakes out from scratch. I find it easy and yummy too. Second food is the chicken lollipop marinated with some seasonings. Goodluck and thanks for the discussion! Happy Mylotting! Cheers!
7 Jan 09
I can remember baking with my Mum when I was a child. I think it was probably fruit scones which we made, since I would have enjoyed using the round scone cutter. Happy memories :)