Tag Archive: water

Oct
07

Seafood Thai Green Curry with convenient ingredients/food

Seafood Thai Green Curry

I received a “free” packet of Green Thai Curry Paste! At home I found some frozen Lobster Tail Balls in the freezer and a can of Salmon in my Pull-out Pantry! A wok was quickly heated up with the curry paste and coconut milk added into it! All seafood was dumped into it and stirred …

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May
04

A new creation of a Cantonese/Thai-styled Rice Flat Noodles!

Kuei Teow combination Chicken Seafood 04 05 13 002

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May
03

Basic Porridge

Groundnut Porriage Chicken mince added later 31 03 2013 004

Minced Chicken meat is added to this later on when Rice grains and Groundnuts are soft and tender from slow cooking!   Serve with Condiments Please visit youtube.com/cookingwithnancy/ to watch how I cooked this dish! Thank you for your Support and Please Share this site with Another Person! Thank you! Your Home Economist and Friend, …

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Mar
06

Cook Vegetarian Bihun…. Nice and Tasty!

Vegetarian Bihun created by Nancy Tan 05 03 2013 001

Some of the ingredients I used when I fried this Bihun, are soaked Rice Vermicelli, Peanut oil, chopped corriander,fermented Soya Bean Paste, sliced carrot, some Lettuce leaves, Snow-pea sprouts, Soya Chicken, Vegetarian Oyster sauce, Light Soya Sauce, Sesame oil, Lily bulbs, Preserved Korabi slices,(opt.), sliced Fungus Mushroom, white ground pepper, water. I served some chopped …

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Dec
19

Picture showing the dish of green cooking bananas

Green Banana Curry 18 12 2012

Thank you for visiting this page! To watch my video on how I cooked this green cooking bananas, please go to my cookingchannel….youtube.com/cookingwithnancy/ or clink on this link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4oezKfNBhNc&feature=share&list=UUsntTHpWzoS1zzO7j1ld7xw Please Subscribe and Share my recipes around with your Family and Friends! Thank you so much for All for your precious time and support! I take …

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Dec
04

Ingredients for Steamed Salted Duck and Hen’s Eggs with Chicken Mince.

Steamed Salted Duck & Hen's eggs with Chicken mince

This dish is most suitable to be served with Steamed Rice or Rice Porriage during Lunch-time! This is a Popular dish amongst Asain Chinese all over the World! Salted Duck eggs are an authentic ingredient loved by most Asians! Don’t need to add extra salt to the dish anymore! The beaten eggs and minced chicken …

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May
26

Dosai makes a good Break-fast meal.

Dosai, (Indian Savoury Pancake)

This Southern Indian Pancake makes a very Nutritious meal for Break-fast. It is very light and easily digested. Traditionally it is served with Coconut Chutney and with other Sambals as well, when preferred. I love this “unforgetable” Pancake and would eat it with any Curries that I have cooked at home or even serve it …

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May
21

Veg.&Tempeh, Gluten “Roti,” Egg-plants Curry.

Veg. & Tempeh Curry in Creamy Soy Milk

My love for cooking keeps me very ocuppied at all times! I keep on picking up any food that I fancy each time I am out shopping at the Grocery shops or Super-Markets! We are very fortnate these days we can find almost everything in a Cosmopolitan City we live in! Every Tuesday of the …

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Nov
23

Savoury Porridge

Savoury Porriage

On a hot Summer morning, I cooked this Delicious Savoury Porridge. Using “broken” rice grains especially ideal for cooking Porridge, I simmered the rice with lots of water until it became gruel porridge! When I was young, about 10 year years of age, I used to walk to the Morning Asian Markets on a Saturday …

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Nov
12

Spicy Egg-plants with Dried Prawns.

Sambal Egg plants with Dried Prawns

Hello! It’s Nancy writing about this delicious Egg plant dish! Whenever I cook Egg-plants, I always “salt it out” first! How to? After cutting them up to which ever way you want them to be cooked, I would soak the pieces in lots of salted water with Rock Sea Salt until the water becomes brownish …

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