“Simple ingredients, for a good enough hawker treat at home.”
Satay, barbecued chicken on-stick, is one of the famous Singapore/ Malaysia hawker food that everybody loves!
I have always wanted to cook satay at home, but the extended peeling & chopping, blending and long simmering preparation put me off. Only until today, my satays are finally served on the dining table. We loved satay, but I was a little skeptical to eat too much of the store-bought. Papa pressed me to make some of my own instead.read more
This dish was cooked last minute as an add-on side dish to my lesser-than-usual amount of dinner dishes this evening. Hence, I could only cooked with what I had in my refrigerator and things could be found in the kitchen pantry.
Nothing fanciful. It was just a very simple meat balls dish. To make it even easier, I air fried the meat balls instead of frying it on pan. Less oil and healthier, of course. Air frying these meat balls simply makes my job much quicker and simpler. read more
“Enjoy the ‘sinful’ comfort food without guilt now”
Often we liked the canned luncheon meat (or you called it lunch meat/ SPAM), for its remarkably delicious taste and crispness after pan-fried, but for many luncheon meat lovers, you know you can’t have it much or too often due to the preservative, high sodium content, flavoring and MSG in it. You won’t like to give it to your children as well. So, how about a homemade one?! Some homemade version where salt content is adjustable, for a preservative and flavoring free luncheon meat you gonna make at home. :)read more
As its name, it was just Japanese Crispy Chicken with my usual sweet and sour sauce.
Posted my all-time-favorite Sweet and Sour Pork recipe long time ago, and it’s a dish that I always cook. If short cooking time is what you could afford only, here’s my quick fix version!
Luckily, I had my standby frozen food in the freezer. One of them was this flavorful Japanese crispy chicken chunks. Just needed to bake in the oven, prepare sauce and combine them. Dah-dah… How easy it was to present this delicious sweet & sour dish!read more
It’s always a breeze to cook if you have the right equipments in your kitchen. Not giving up my wok cooking, but I liked the large oven I am having how. Less smoky kitchen, less oily stove, and still having delicious home cooked for my loved ones. Oven it!
Very simple and delicious roast meal to start with…. I had a salty roast chicken!
Roasted, or you called it baked (since my oven doesn’t come with the turner). Its simplest recipe came from my dad and mum, thanks to them, we had a such delicious meal, yet, still able to keep my kitchen clean and nice, for now. :)read more
Just realized that I cooked slightly different chicken chop for this Christmas than last year’s. I used a different seasoning. Same MasterFoods seasoning, but am using the All Purpose seasoning and not the Steak seasoning this time. Find this yielding stronger flavor chop. So, go easy on the amount and marinating hours.
So, here you go the updates recipe, and still in time to prepare and cook this for the New Year Eve!
Serves 4 Ingredients 4 large boneless chicken thighs with skin 1 can of sliced button mushrooms, drained brine. 2 tablespoons of All Purpose Seasoning powder (from MasterFoods brand) 1 teaspoon of sugar 1 teaspoon of oyster sauce 2 tablespoons of olive oil 2 teaspoons of corn starch read more
It’s about every food I’ve cooked with heart and loves