Sunday, July 26, 2015

Stir Fried Hong Kong Choy Sum with Garlic

Stir Fried Hong Kong Choy Sum with Garlic
Love to eat this Hong Kong Choy Sum compare to our local Choy Sum.
Hong Hong Choy Sum has broader of stem compare to our local Choy Sum.



 One hand of Hong Kong Choy Sum (wash and clean)
4 cloves of Garlic (minced roughly)
Some Oyster Sauce

Heat up 2 tablespoons of Cooking Oil.
Add Garlic, once the side of the garlic getting brown,
add Hong Kong Choy Sum and stir fry until 3/4 cooked.
If it is a little bit dry, add 1 to 2 tablespoons of hot water.
Lastly, add Oyster Sauce and stir fry until well cooked and combined.



Yummy - Delicious - Yummy
Eat it with hot piping rice.
Mark my word, you won't regret cooking this dish.



Friday, July 24, 2015

Thai Chicken with Basil (Pad Kra Pao Gai)

Thai Chicken with Basil
(Pad Kra Pao Gai)
Well, within less than a month, I have cooked two Thai dishes.
Crazy...am not because my family crazy in love to eat Thai food.

This dish is very simple to cook and inexpensive and don't know why 
some Thai restaurants are charging a bomb over it.
Some will tell me that it is ambiance, service, etc and lastly we just order, 
wait and eat only. LOL.



 Basically, the ingredients are very simple to get.

3 whole leg chicken (deboned and cut into small pieces)
6 Chillies
8 - 10 cloves of Garlic
1/2 handful (instead of handful - choice is yours) of Basil 

1 1/2 tablespoon of Oyster Sauce
1 tablespoon of Soya Sauce
1 teaspoon of Sugar
1 teaspoon of Dark Soya Sauce

Some sliced Cucumber and Tomato
Fried some Eggs





Isn't it is easy to cook?  Remember to slice some cucumber, tomato
and fried some eggs.  Now you have one simple delicious home
cooked meal.  When I uploaded the above photo in the WeChat,
my lovely niece immediately wanted to eat it.



Friday, July 17, 2015

Carrot Porridge with Salted Duck Egg


 I have posted a few recipes on porridge.
My family loves to eat porridge especially during this kind of hot
and humid weather.

Click below for the other recipes.



 1 cup of rice (wash a few times) and then marinade with 
1/2 tablespoon of Salt and 1 tablespoon of Cooking Oil for 30 minutes.
1 medium size Carrot and julienne.
2 Salted Duck Eggs (wash)**

** Show the above picture with left side before washing and
right side after washing



 After marinade the rice for 30 minutes, add 8 cups of water.
Add the rest of the ingredients i.e. Carrot and Salted Duck Eggs.

Cook at high fire and when it is boiled, turn the fire to medium
and cook until the texture to your liking.
(It will boiled out, remember to watch over the pot frequently,
unless you are using rice cooker or pressure cooker to cook.
It is a bit tricky if you are using fire to cook.)



 If you find the texture of your porridge a bit thick, add hot water
(not cold water) and stir until combined.

Take out the Salted Duck Eggs and cut it into halves.



Well, to some they will yuck on porridge, but just to let you know
that Chinese feels that eating porridge during hot weather cleanse
our intestines.  You can add Spring Onion, Fried Onion or
few drop of Sesame Oil to make the porridge more interesting.



Saturday, July 11, 2015

Apple Pie Puff Pastry (2)

Apple Pie Puff Pastry (2)
 My children loves my apple pie.
This apple pie is another version...not the filling...just only the shape.



 Ingredients :-
Apple Pie Filling (click here for the recipe)
Store bought Puff Pastry



 Cut the puff pastry to your desired size and lay it on top of a lined baking tray.
Using a knife, slightly cut a square (don't cut too deep).



 Then spoon the apple pie filling inside the cut square.



 Bake at 190 Degree Celsius for 10 minutes or until the puff pastry golden brown.



Eating it with your favourite drink while watching tv, listening to radio or
reading your favourite novel will be best in the world.


Quote : People whose voices were filled with sarcasm, hostility, coldness, 
and arrogance are often people who thinks that they are free 
from the smallest of sin at all.”  By : The Eldest



Walnut Streusel Coffee Cake

Walnut Streusel Coffee Cake
My husband bought a lot of walnut from overseas.
Requested me to bake using the walnut for him.  Surf quite a number of recipes
My husband said delicious cake indeed but he prefer more streusel on top
and middle part.  He is such a greedy pig. 


Ingredients for the Streusel :-
42g Butter
1 cup chopped Walnut (slightly roasted)
1/3 cup Brown Sugar
1/4 cup flour
1 tsp Cinnamon
1/2 tsp Salt

Mix all and set aside.




Ingredients for the Batter :-
250g Butter
270g Flour*
230g Caster Sugar
5 Eggs
1 tsp Baking Powder*
1/2 tsp Salt*
1 tsp Vanilla Extract
1/2 cup Milk

*To shift together



Beat Butter and Caster Sugar until fluffy and creamy.
Beat in Eggs, one at a time until well combine and in between 
add 1 tbsp of flour to avoid the batter to be curdled.
Add Vanilla Extract.



Add the dry ingredients (flour, baking powder, salt) and milk alternating
into the butter mixture in 3 batches.  Make sure the last batch will be flour.
Mix well.



Pour half of the batter into prepared pan. Sprinkle half of the streusel mixture.
Pour the balance batter on top of the streusel.  Lastly, sprinkle the balance
of the streusel on top of the batter.
Bake until golden brown or tester comes out clean.

 

Cool the cake before cutting.
Serve with you favourite drink.

Have a good weekend.


Quote : Compassion will no longer be seen as a spiritual luxury
for a contemplative few; rather it will be viewed as a social necessity for the
entire human family. By : Duane Elgin


Sunday, June 21, 2015

Thai Minced Pork with Basil

Thai Minced Pork with Basil
 Thai Basil Pork or Chicken are the most popular street food
dish in all of Thai cuisine especially if Thais are in a hurry
or don't know what to order. Same goes to our family. 
It is a dish with rice, fried egg, some sliced tomato and cucumber. 
It is not a difficult dish to cook and inexpensive also.
I bet your family or friends will love to eat this dish, 
so why wait further.....go now and cook it!

*Note : The above photo is chicken meat, I have totally forgotten
to take the pork photo because we were too engross having our dinner.

300g of Minced Pork
6 Chilies
8 - 10 cloves of Garlic
Handful of Basil Leaves

1 1/2 tablespoon of Oyster Sauce
1 tablespoon of Soya Sauce
1 teaspoon of Sugar
1 teaspoon of Dark Soya Sauce



Using mortar and pestle, pound the Chilies and Garlic (no need to super fine).
or alternatively mince them with knife.  



 Heat up 2 tablespoons of cooking oil and add the pounded chilies
and garlic. Stir fry until really fragrant but not burnt or too dry.



 Add minced pork.  Stir fry continuously.  Cook the pork until about
fully cooked (around 2 - 3 minutes).  If its get dry, splash some
hot water.



 Add in the sauces and keep stir frying for another 30 minutes
or less.  Lastly add the Basil Leaves and mix well quickly and 
immediately turn off the fire.  The basil leaves only needs to cook
for another 5 seconds, and it will continue to wilt from the hot meat or pot,
so don't worry that the basil will not be cooked.  If the basil cook
for too long, it will be chewy and loses it glorious flavour.
Once done, set aside.  
By looking at this photo again, already wanted to cook this dish again.



Sunday, April 19, 2015

Stir Fried Clam (Lala) with Garlic and Ginger

Stir Fried Clam (Lala)
with Garlic and Ginger
This dish is our family favourite.
I know my son upon seeing this photo, sure will miss it.
Cooked it last few weeks ago.
Will cook for him when my husband and I visit him next month,
if time permit us to do so.  It is inexpensive and easy to cook.
In the market, there is so many types of Clams (Lala).
The one that I am cooking is local Clams (Lala).



 Found this note posted by my daughter.
It's a note from my son to my daughter before he flies to UK to study.

"Take care of yourself and parents too.
Accompany them more as I'm not around especially Mum.
Study hard and aim for 2 A*s this time."

He is so adorable and loving writing this note to my daughter.
As said earlier, my husband and I are very proud of our
children.  Both of them doing great in their academic (never fail us
in their outstanding results), filial children to their parents and
grand parents. Wishing them more success and have a great life ahead.


Oop! I was so busy preparing three dishes for our dinner 
and has forgotten to take photos of the Clams (Lala), 
Ginger and Garlic ....sorry  :)
 410g *Clams (Lala) - around RM5.00
20g Chopped Garlic
70g Chopped Ginger
1 Chopped Chili

*Note : Soak with water for 20 minutes and then wash more than
four times.

Heat cooking oil and add chopped Garlic.
Stir fry for 3 minutes.



 Add chopped Ginger and chopped Chili.



 Stir fry until the garlic slightly brown.



 Add Clams (Lala) and stir fry until the shell of the clams turn orange colour.
Please do add water.  There will be water oozing out from those Clams (Lala).



 Add 2 tablespoon of Oyster Sauce and 1/2 cup of Chinese Wine.
Stir fry until combined. 

Note : We like the taste of the Chinese Wine, thus I added 1 cup.

Taste before dish up.  Serve immeditely.



My daughter saw me posting this dish and said "I want to eat".
Juicy, yummy, delicious Stir Fried Clams (Lala).



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