Showing posts with label Recipes-Seafood. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Recipes-Seafood. Show all posts

Friday, August 30, 2019

Ketchup prawns and steam tofu with minced pork using the electric lunch box

Another experiment dishes with my electric lunch box. So convenient, no messy kitchen.

Did some ketchup prawns and steam tofu with minced pork in the electric lunch box.

Step by step on how to use the electric lunch box to cook the dishes in below video.

Thursday, August 1, 2019

Steamed Sardines in Electric Lunch Box

Instead of the usual way of stir frying my sardines, I decided to steam them with the help of my electric lunch box. It is much healthier and the cooking area is not so messy. I dont even need to do the cooking, the electric lunch box did all the cooking.

Step by step video on steaming the sardines with the electric lunch box.

Thursday, June 27, 2019

Steamed okra with Portuguese Sauce (Optional with fish)

I loved okra, so decided to cook some with portuguese sauce. I decided to steam instead of stir fry them. It is very simple, just pour some portuguese sauce over the cut okra and steam in my electric lunch box. I made a video on the step by step on how to do it. Can view from the You Tube video below.

It was really so yummy and delicious.

Wednesday, February 22, 2017

Steam Fish and SteamTofu with minced pork using the electric lunch box

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, October 9, 2013

Prawn in Bread Roll

What to do with bread that's near expiry date? I made some prawn rolls with the bread.

I did it in a very simple way, marinated with some curry powder and rolled them in flattened bread and seal them with some egg white.

For the recipe, you can view it in

Friday, September 27, 2013

Crayfish with Chilli Crab Sauce

I found this chilli crab sauce by Sing Long tasted so good, just like what were sold in the restaurant.

It was simple to use, just follow the instructions behind the bottle.

As I never know how to kill live crabs, I decided to replace crabs with crayfish.

Dont choose those crayfish with big shells,just choose the medium size will do, big shells does not mean the crayfish has more meat.

Steam the crayfish with some slices of ginger and some chinese wine to kill the fishy smell.

The crayfish is cook when the shell turned orangy colour.

Set the cooked crayfish aside, then cooked the sauce as per the instructions on the back of the bottle. I used only half the bottle for my crayfish. When boiled, pour the sauce over the cooked crayfish. It tasted good and spicy, yummy.

Thursday, March 19, 2009

Fried Prawns with Nonya Sauce

I got this nyonya sauce from Malaysia.

Deep fried prawns with shells on and coated with cornflour till golden colour. Set aside and drain oil.

In a pan, add little oil and cook the nonya sauce about 3 to 4 tbsp (depending how spicy you want), can add onions and cut chilli too. When cooked, pour over prawns. Yummy.

Monday, March 3, 2008

Chilli Prawns

I always love eating spicy food and when I stumbled upon this blog, I am so happy to find many spicy food. I adjusted the recipe a bit but you can view the original recipe. It is very good but warning it can be very spicy for some and very high cholesterol. Yummy...............

My version
12 medium size prawns
2 big onions cut into rings
3 tablespoons of chilli paste (more if you like spicy)
3 tablespoon tomato ketchup
1/2 tsp of salt
1 tablespoon sugar.
Pan fry the prawns first and set aside.
Fry 3 tablespoon of oil and stir fry the onions.
Add in the chilli paste and fry till fragrant before adding the ketchup.
Stir in the fried prawns.
Add Salt and sugar to taste.