Jasmin rice, nori, fried onions & chickpeas, soy sauce.
I was full. I recently began to cook traditional food from Asia. As my inspiration, I follow this blog, which is hosted by a vegetarian japanese woman blogging from Tokyo. I am a vegetarian myself and needed a little more inspirations in my meals. The asian food was tempting me but I had to found a way to bring it in my plate without any meat. This blog is right what I was looking for. She's making quick and easy recipes that are actually a good base for anything. For example, the idea of fried chickpeas came from her soy burger : and it's delicious. However, I'm still wishing to attend a real japanese cooking course (vegetarian or not) to acknowledge techniques and even more ideas of recipes!