Thursday, June 20, 2019
Cooked pork bulgogi with the bulgogi marinated sauce, it was so good and tasty. The sauce could be bought from any korean mart or korean grocery shop. I got mine from Sol Mart at Novena Square 2. Sol Mart Novena Square 2, #03-06 to 08 Tel: 63976421 Opening Hours: 9.30am to 9.30pm Video on how to cook pork bulgogi with Bulgogi Marinated Sauce
Wednesday, February 22, 2017
The electric lunch box is so useful, nowadays I cant live without it hahaha.> I can do my housework and let the electric lunch box do the cooking for me. Very simple to use. Steam two dishes at one go using the appliance. Steam a fish and tofu, just add the seasoning and placed the dishes into the electric lunch box to steam. My food will be ready in 15 to 20 minutes but most importantly to add HOT water into the base of the box to quicken the cooking process.
Wednesday, September 28, 2016
Decided to braise pork spare ribs in the slow cooker. Got some nice looking spare ribs from the wet market, about 500 gm of spare ribs. Mixed with some minced onion, minced garlic and minced ginger. Made a sauce or any BBQ sauce. Marinated overnight. Next morning, I just took the marinated spare ribs from the fridge and throw into the slow cooker. I placed some potatoes and carrots at the bottom of the slow cooker. Cooked on high for about 4 hours. After two hours, I opened the lid and turned the spare ribs over and continue to cook for another two hours (total 4 hours). It was so yummy and easy to cook(the slow cooker do all the cooking), no messy kitchen. Video on step by step on how to braised the spare ribs.
Sunday, January 11, 2015
After so much festive food, had simple lunch of sweet potato porridge, assorted vegetables and minced meat patties with shrimp paste. Using one of my tiffin container, I used about 200 gm of minced meat, one teaspoon cornflour, one teaspoon Lee Kum Kee shrimp paste and one and half teaspoon sugar (adjusted to personal taste), placed in the oven and baked for 20 to 30 minutes at 200 degrees celsius. The minced meat goes well with the porridge, and for the assorted vegetables, i parboiled them in hot water first, then stir fry with some oyster sauce.
Friday, October 3, 2014
Been using my oven to bake, roast, grill but first time I realised I could also stir fry in my oven lol. Was attempting to stir fry some okra with nonya sauce. First to scrap off the hairy skin off the okra, washed and sliced them, place them into one of my tiffin container, added some hot water just enough to cover the okra. Added some nonya sauce, ikan bilis and placed them into the oven at 200 degrees celsius for about 30 minutes but in between, need to stir and mixed them evenly. I also added two slices of luncheon meat in another tiffin container and placed into the oven (means I can cooked more than one dish in the oven at the same time, need to turn the luncheon meat over in between cooking. Depending on how soft or crunching you want the okra, I prefer the okra to be soft and the luncheon meat is really crispy like those panfried, the best part is I did not have to add any oil.
Sunday, August 9, 2009
I found this recipe from this blog. She can cook really well. I tested and it works. But I used lean meat cause I dont like fats. It is so easy, just marinated the pork earlier, keep them in the fridge and take them out before dinner, pop into the oven and you can have them for dinner. I think I want to upgrade my oven ...hahaha.
Monday, April 13, 2009
300 gm minced pork (seasoned in light soya sauce and sesame oil)
green pepper (optional)
pineapple cubes (if pineapple cubes are from can, can add some pineapple juice in too)
1/2 cup cornflour (est)
1/2 cup water (est)
4 to 5 tbsp of ketchup
1/2 tbsp vinegar
1/2 tbsp sugar or to taste
1 beaten egg
Marinate minced pork with few drops of light soya sauce and sesame oil.
Add beaten egg and mix well.
Add corn flour and mix well.
Spoon mixture one by one into oil and deep fry till golden brown.
In a wok, add some oil and throw in carrot and green pepper.
Add ketchup, vinegar, sugar, water and mix well.
Throw pork back into sauce together with pineapple cubes and mix well.
Let pork absorb the sauce till almost dry but mine has more gravy cause kids like the gravy with rice.
Serve hot. Yummy