Monthly Archive: June 2011

Jun
29

Stir-fried Prawns with Oyster’s Sauce.

Chilliy Prawns with Oysters sauce

All Seafood are rich in mineral salts. Prawns are a good protien source of food. However, some people are allergic to certain Seafood. The best way to clean prawns is to wash them under the running tap first in a corlander and let them drip dry a little. With clean hands, individually shell them and …

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Jun
28

The thinnest Tortilla Pizza in the World!

World Thinnest Tortilla Pizza in the World!

Here’s a photo of a close up view of two pieces of Totilla Pizza that I promised to demonstrate for you on Youtube one-day. I was hungry one morning and I had some left-over of BBQ chicken in my fridge. Because my stomach was hungry, God made me think of the Fastest and Easier way …

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Jun
27

Chinese Tea Eggs (Marbled Eggs)

Chinese Tea Eggs

Eggs play a big part in most or our menu and for some vegetarians too. Eggs lightly poached or half-boiled are easily digested and make very good Breakfast ingredients. Eggs can be cooked as Savouries or as Desserts and ways of cooking them are really most versatile! The albumen of white of egg is a …

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Jun
15

Nancy’s house pumpkin fried rice with prawns.

Nancy's house Pumpkin Fried Rice with Prawns.

Wash and soak 1 tablespoon dried prawns. Clean and shell, devein green prawns. Pound 2 cloves garlic, 1-2 hot bird-eyed chillies with 1 teaspoon Prawn paste(Belachan), remove onto dish. Lightly pound soaked dried prawns. Slice up thinly Spanish onion. The 2 eggs shown here has been fried into Omelette as shown in previous blog. Heat …

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Jun
11

Omelette for reuse in a dish.

Rolled Egg ready to be sliced up for garnish on a dish.

When Omelette is cooked, I would roll it up like a rolled pancake and slice it up to garnish my serving dish of fried rice.     Did you like this? Share it:Tweet

Jun
11

Just a thin Omelette.

Omelette that can be used in many ways

This omelette can be used in so many ways in representing different dishes. To make this, just beat up two eggs lightly with a fork. You can add a dash of pepper or pinch of salt as desired or leave it plain. Heat up a saucepan and add or spray some Olive oil to heat …

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Jun
05

Organic Udon with Shiitake mushrooms and Seaweed

Organic Udon, Shitake' Mushrooms and Roasted Kelp

Let’s cook and enjoy a quick Healthy Oriental lunch within a few minutes!!! All you need are 5 cups water put to boil, adding 1 teaspoon high mushroom powder (opt.). Add in Roasted Kelp knots. These can be presoaked first to soften a little to speed up cooking time, otherwise boil until this is tender. …

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Jun
02

A plate of Old Fashion Chips!

Please help yourself to "All Time Favourite Chippies!"

In the “old days,” lots of traders used Newspaper prints to warp the food that were sold! Did we know that “lead” from the Print was unhealthy for us, back then? Then now, it is all sorts of Plastics………!  Are these helping in keeping our Environment…………………………!       What next! However, I’ll eat mine from a  …

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Jun
02

How to Make Old Fashion Potato Chips!

Old Time Chips!

Potatoes are peeled and then they can be sliced thinly or cut into wedges. Wash of excess starch and leave to soak in slightly salted water. Drain throughly and thin chips can further be well dried on paper towels. Fry chips or wedges in vegetable oil that come below half way of fry pan. Avoid …

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