Thursday, December 24, 2009

Salmon Fried Rice

Good solution for lazy winter evening, serve it with a bowl of warm meatball soup.

2 bowl cold white rice
1 egg
1 bowl shredded cabbage
1 slice salmon, cooked and mashed
1 tbsp chopped onion
1 tsp chopped garlic
1 red chili, chopped
1 tbsp veg oil
1 tbsp soy sauce and fish sauce
salt, pepper, msg(optional)

- Heat oil in a wok, add onion and garlic, stir for few minutes until fragrant. Break in egg and stir quickly till it lightly scrambled, add salmon and cabbage, give it another stir. Turn the heat down then add rice, use wooden spoon to break it apart. When the rice is heated through, season with soy sauce, salt, pepper. Serve hot.

Thursday, December 17, 2009

Orange Raisin Scone

Nah im back again after gone for so long. Congrate me that i finally found new(but old) apartment and has settled everything down and now i'm able to update my blog again.
This scone recipe is adapted from cinnamon raisin scone. I skipped cinnamon powder and adding 1 tablespoon grated orange rind instead. My tiny apartment is smell heavenly while the scone is baking in the oven.

Monday, September 07, 2009

Light Beef Consomme

Wow, its been really a long break for me. Been a little busy with facebook's game...hahaa seriously not! I've been looking for new apartment and unfortunately have not find one till now.
It seems like i've had same meal over and over and after a while, i feel really sick, only by passing infront of chinese take away and smell the "aroma" of my recent meals. Well, i hope this post will be the beginning of my comeback into the blogosphere.

Recipe for Light Beef Consomme

200 g beef tenderloin, cut into 1 inch long
1 carrot, cubed
1 stick celery, cubed
2 king oyster mushroom, cubed
1 stalk spring garlic
2 clove garlic, crushed
Beef stock as required
salt and pepper to taste

- In a medium pan, boil beef stock, crushed garlic and spring garlic for 15 minutes, add the vegetables and simmer over low fire until tender. Lastly, add chopped beef and season with salt and pepper. Do not let the beef boil for too long as it will be overdone. Remove from heat and serve immediately.

Saturday, June 27, 2009

Healthy Cranberries and Oatmeal Cookies

My cooking blue started again for past few weeks. It caused by facebook's application called happy farm, i'm so addicted to it recently. Happy farm is just small game where u can plant and harvest some kind of fruits. It is nothing compared to maple story and travian but i have so much fun playing that my friends called as a "boring game". I spent most of my evening infront of my laptop, planting, harvesting, take care my plants even stealing from my friend's farm.
Feeling so upset when i can't access my farm yesterday, so off i go, to my old favorite website, foodgawker and found this amazing and healthy cookies recipe. And why i call it healthy? because no butter in it, i even substitute canola oil with olive pomace oil, skipped chocolate chips and add more oatmeal and it still turned out great.
So, do you think that big amount of sugar is healthy as well? I would say yes, since it impossible to bake cookies without sugar ^_*

Monday, June 15, 2009

Melting Brownies

What can i say about this? well, this is the best brownies i've ever made so far. With melted chocolate in the center, my friends at work gave me two thumbs up. One of them said, she'll give me 5 thumbs up if only she have it.... From now on, i will stick to this recipe for brownies and maybe some modification with peanut butter and or cream cheese next time. To make it even more special, i also made a recipe card for this one.

Source: discussion at NCC yahoo groups and of course...with slight modification.

Wednesday, June 10, 2009

Wuxi Style Braised Spareribs

Wuxi is one of big city in China which is very famous with their silk and delicious dishes, one of them is this braised spareribs. More article about Wuxi can be found here. I was searching for this recipe and ended up in aunty Lily's blog. She wrote a lot of great chinese recipe and i should try them one by one. This finger lickin' sparerib is my favorite and i always ordered this dish everytime i dine out in chinese restaurant.

Friday, June 05, 2009

Mango Cheesecake

It is mango season here in Taiwan. Mango is always my favorite fruit. There is a dessert shop near my working place called Ice Monster and their 芒果芋头冰 , literally mean mango+yam mixed with shaved ice+condensed milk is really to die for. I have really really huge appetite lately with 5-7 meals a day!! hahaa...and i've been buy this mango ice for a week without break. In order to used up my half package of cream cheese, i made this cheesecake with... of course, mango topping!!

Recipe for mango cheesecake

500 g cream cheese, room temperature
2 eggs
1/2 cup sugar
1/3 cup mango flavored yoghurt
Mango, extra yoghurt and oreo biscuits without cream, as required

- Beat cream cheese and sugar until fluffy, add egg one at time and beat until incorporated. Stir in yoghurt, mix well. Arrange oreo on the side of baking pan, pour the batter in and bake in preheated oven at 180 for 50-55 minutes, until the center of the cake has been set. Cool for up to 2 hours in fridge. For topping, mix cubed mango with yoghurt and pour over cooled cake.


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