Monday, August 30, 2010

Corned Beef With Eggs

Easy dish without anything added for the taste, yummy enough for dinner on lazy Sunday evening...

What you need:

1 can corned beef
5 shallots - thinly sliced
3 eggs
A little oil

Heat oil, add in onion til fragrant
Add in corned beef, cook approx 3mins then add in eggs
Mix well til done (approx 5mins)

Eat with rice

Saturday, August 28, 2010

Stir Fry Snow Peas With Onion

I asked DH to buy sweet beans but he ended up buying snow peas haizz..
Pretty grumpy to know that but dun want to waste what he brought home
Well, this dish is not too bad after all, at least for me whom don't really eat snow peas :)

What you need:

3 cloves of garlic
1/3 large onion
2 packets of snow peas
oil, oyster sauce, a little water, salt, a little sugar, pepper

Heat oil, stir fry onion til half done, add in garlic, fry til fragrant
Add in snow peas, water, mix well til the snow peas cooked (I like it half done so its still crunchy)
Add salt, sugar and pepper, mix well

Scrambled Eggs With Sausage

What you need:

6 eggs, beaten
1/2 packet chicken sausage (I used frozen), cut approx 2cm
a bunch of spring onion, cut
oil, fish sauce, pepper, a little sugar, a little water

Heat oil, fry sausage, add spring onion, mix well
Add fish sauce, water
Pour beaten eggs and cook til the consistency desired (I have to make it thoroughly cooked cos kids eat it too - but I personally like it two-third done, moist and fluffy), mix well with the sausage
Sprinkle sugat and pepper

Best to eat while still hot
Easy yet yummy :)

Friday, August 27, 2010

Chicken Ball & Salted Vegetables Soup

This is for my kids but the whole family enjoys it too :)

What you need:

1 chicken breast bone
1/2 chicken breast without skin - diced
4 cloves of garlic - crushed
1 pack chicken ball
1/2 pack salted pickled vegetables - thick cut
Oil, salt, pepper, a little sugar, approx. 2l water

Boil water with chicken bone and chicken breast til meat is tender, approx 1hour in low heat
Heat oil, fry garlic til frangrant, add into the chicken soup
Add chicken ball, salted vegetables - wait til cooked (balls are floating)
Add salt, pepper, sugar
Sprinkle with fried onion (optional)

Sauteed Shitake Mushroom

Nice and juicy sauteed shitake mushroom in oyster sauce

What you need:

1 pack of shitake mushroom - cut into 4 for each mushroom
3 cloves of garlic - crushed
1 bunch of spring onion - cut
oil, salt, pepper, oyster sauce, a little water

Heat oil, fry garlic til fragrant, followed by spring onion
Add mushroom, and stir fry til soft
Add salt, pepper, oyster sauce, water, mix altogether

Eat with rice

Why Blogging

That's the question ringing in my ear when I created this blog
The reason is I have done this before, not once but twice and ended up untouched

After some thinking, I guess these are the reasons:
* I can make some time to blog since kids are getting bigger and more independent ( in a way i can consider they really are knowing they are only 5 and 3 years old )
* I am getting more attached to cooking and baking
* I am getting more forgetful and this blog can be used as my recipe book
* I really wish to get to know more food bloggers and be friends with them ( it must be fun to chat with them and share the same passion! )
* Somehow I always feel that I love expressing myself in writing - but really need to excuse my English *shy*
* Last but not least, I am a forever a food addict! :D

So, here I am, starting today - keep fingers and toes crossed that the lazy bug will not hit me for the third time and this blog can be continuously alive
Please mind the pics quality - still saving money to upgrade my camera *grin*


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