Friday, October 16, 2009
How to do it?
Heat pan and brown garlic in oil. Add 1 tbsp of olive oil and fry pork and squid for 1 min (half cooked)
Add yellow noodles, 1 tbsp of oyster sauce, 1/2 tbsp of dark soya sauce, generous dash of pepper, 1/2 cup of chicken stock and mix well.
Cover pan with lid and let the noodles cook for 2-3 mins in medium heat.
Add kailan. Stir fry the noodles well and wait for all stock to evaporate.
Add chinese wine and fry until all wine is fully evaporated.
Pour beaten egg in cover with lid (no stirring) for 1 min. You will notice some egg will be cooked, some not.
Mix the egg into the noodle, the uncooked egg will coat the noodle into a gooey mess.
Drizzle sesame seed oil over noodles generously and serve.
Serves 2 hearty lunches, with a plateful leftover and i heat it up for lunch the next day! Yum!
Tuesday, October 13, 2009
Always a big fan of Guo Tie (Potstick). Love the crispy skin and the juicy meat within.I basically use the same ingredients as the Siew Mai.
Just different proportions, heavy on parsley and dried scrimps, light on mushroom and white fungus.
What do you need?
- Mince meat 200gm
- Diced prawn 150gm
- 1 chinese dried mushroom (soaked and diced)
- 1 black fungus (i use white, soaked and diced)
- 6 stalks of parsley
- 1 handful of dried scrimps (soaked and diced)
- 1 thumb sized of ginger (minced)
- Seasoning (soya sauce, pepper, wine, sesame oil)
For the skin, i use the receipe and method from Jas's Kitchen.
How to do it?
Heat pan with oil, place the gou tie upright to brown the bottom on low heat. Turn to side to achieve browning on both sides. When done, add 1/4 cup of water into pan, close the lid immediately and let it cook for 2-4 mins until water fully evaporates.
Serve with sliced ginger in dark vinegar (dilute with water and put a dash of sugar)
Thursday, October 1, 2009
Plateful of leftovers...
- leftover Thai Green Curry
- leftover salad
- last handful of soba noodles
I first cook soba noodles in a pot of salted water for 3 - 5 mins until soft.
Microwave frozen green curry on high until its boiling hot.
Pour curry into plate, tear salad leaves into bit size, toss in soba noodles and mix well.....
Plate of delightful green curry soba noodles. Tastes fantastic!