Monday, April 21, 2008
Sunday, April 13, 2008
very easy...used something out of the tin "Prego Spaghetti Sauce-Tomyam flavour"...adapted from Mat Gebu's blog
spaghetti- prepare according to the packet
1 tin spaghetti sauce
- heat olive oil in pan. add in onion and garlic, fry till fragrant
- add in minced chicken, fry until cooked
- add in the vegetables and tomatoes
- pour in the spaghetti sauce. mix well
- lastly, add in the spaghetti. mix well and cook.
- add in the basil leaves
- remove from heat and serve
also from kak Jun's blog....tasted crispy with a tinge of curry flavour...delicious and very easy to make!
5 squid, cut into rings
1/2 tsp curry powder
2 tbsp corn flour
oil for frying
- mix the corn flour with the curry powder and salt
- coat the squid rings with the flour mixture
- fry the rings till golden brown
- serve with chilli sauce
i tried out this yummy recipe from kak Jun...absolutely delicious...!
6 chicken wings
2 tbsp oyster sauce
2 tsp salt
2 tsp mixed herbs
1 tsp oregano
2 tsp lime juice
- mix all ingredients (except the honey) and marinade the chicken wings for about 1/2 hour
- fry the chicken until golden brown
- drizzle the honey on top.
Monday, April 7, 2008
i tried out this recipe from Mamazieza...very moist and lovely....i used chocolate chips instead of chocolate rice....
250 gm butter
190 gm sugar/brown sugar
1 tspfull ovalette 4 eggs - medium
1 tsp vanilla
275 gm flour
1 tsp baking powder
1 tsp bicarbonate soda
250 gm mashed banana
100 gm chocolate rice
Beat the butter and sugar until white and fluffy, then add one egg at a time together with the ovalette.
Then add in the banana.
After it is all mixed nicely, pour in the flour which has been sifted with the raising agent.
Lastly do not forget the chocolate rice... Just mixed it lightly.
Then you bake it (180 degrees for 20 min), cool it and eat it... yummy.. yummy
tried out this recipe from Mat Gebu.... lovely for afternoon tea....
2 tsp baking powder
1/2 tsp bicarb soda
2 tbsp cocoa powder
250 ml milk
90ml corn oil/vege oil
1 tsp vanilla
175g castor sugar
150g chocolate chips
- mix the dry ingredients with chocolate chips.
- add in the wet ingredients to the dry ingredients, mix well
- fill the muffin cup, sprinkle more chocolate chips on top if you want
- bake in a preheated oven 180 degrees for 20 min.
Tuesday, April 1, 2008
another grilled tilapia recipe, my own version of yogurt sauce (to finish up my plain yogurt in the fridge)...easy, healthy and yummy!!!
tilapia fish (i used 3 small tilapias)
a dash of fish sauce
1 tbsp curry powder
1 tbsp chilli paste
kaffir leaves, sliced
2 tbsp yogurt
1 inch ginger
- clean the fish
- mix all ingredients. adjust to the taste accordingly
- marinate the fish with the sauce for 1/2 hour or more (i put everything in a ziplock bag)
- heat a pan. grill the fish, keep basting the sauce onto the fish. let cook
adapted from Mat Gebu's blog....in the original recipe the fish was fried and the sauce was cooked seperately...but mine, in order to make it less oily, i grilled the fish together with the sauce...i marinated it for about 1/2 hour....absolutely delicious!
1 fish (i used 2 small tilapias)
1 lemongrass, lightly pounded
1 inch ginger, lightly pounded
1 inch galangal, lightly pounded
1 bunga kantan, sliced
4 kaffir leaves, sliced
3 shallots, sliced
2 tsbp fish sauce
3 red chillies }
2 garlic } pounded together
1/2 tbsp sugar }
- clean the fish, rub the fish with salt and lime juice. set aside
- mix everything together in a big bowl
- marinate the fish with the sauce, the longer the better
- preheat oven. once ready, grill the fish in the oven until cooked. (i wrapped the marinated fish in the aluminium foil)