September 27, 2022

A mother is branded a ‘genius’ for her ‘lazy’ dinner that hardly requires cooking.

Hannah Grant, from Canada, shared on Facebook a photo of two of her children enjoying a vegetable-filled feast, with many Australian mothers saying they were eager to try eating for themselves.

Post in the Facebook group Lazy Mommy Dinnersthe mother explained how she cut vegetables, rinsed pasta in cold water and tossed it with sesame oil.

Hannah Grant, from Canada, shared on Facebook a photo of two of her children enjoying a vegetable-filled feast. Many Australian mothers said they would like to try eating for themselves.

She explained that it was based on the Japanese meal hiyashi chūka, which consists of chilled ramen noodles with various toppings served in the summer.

“It doesn’t look lazy with all the thinly sliced ​​items, but it’s all cold and raw and the noodles cook in two minutes after the water boils,” she wrote.

“The sauce is just a few ingredients that are all measured in tablespoons and don’t require cutting.

‘I usually do the cutting in small spurts during the day and put it in the fridge until dinner time.

Many Aussie fans were quick to respond to the post, saying how delicious and easy it looked.

“Then I pull everything out and give everyone a plate.”

Her snap showed a bowl of cold pasta and a plate filled with vegetables and chicken breast, with a dipping sauce in the middle.

She explained that she used angel hair paste, rinsed in cold water, which she then tossed with sesame oil.

How to make ‘lazy’ hiyashi chūka

“Japanese noodles are better, but I didn’t have any,” she explained.

On the dish she put cucumber, chicken breast, black forest ham, egg. carrot, spring onion, tomato and pickled ginger.

There was also a sauce consisting of two teaspoons of rice vinegar, four teaspoons of chicken stock, four teaspoons of soy sauce, two teaspoons of sugar, one teaspoon of ginger, and two teaspoons of sesame oil.

Many Aussie fans were quick to respond to the post, saying how delicious and easy it looked.

“Oh how nice, I love this idea,” said one.

“My daughters would love this,” commented another.

‘I’m going to try this. Thank you!’ wrote a third.