Tag Archives: Homemade sauce

Healthy Fried Chicken Winglets & Cranberry Sauce (无油炸鸡翼&蔓越莓酱)

Recipe in English and Chinese (中英食谱)

Festive Feasts Made Easy with Panasonic Cooking

I am sure most of the people are looking up to celebrate this vibrant fun-filled festival, home dinner parties and scrumptious lunch gathering are starting to pack our calendars. Here I have my easy-to-prepare festive recipe (modified from Panasonic Cooking) to help you get started.

Other than getting some easy recipes on hand, useful and functional equipment is the key to having your preparation and cooking jobs done much easier and quicker. My multi-functioning Cubie convection steam oven is one of those convenient kitchen appliances that I would recommend. Not only does it have the convection baking feature, I use it to steam, heat up food, and even do healthy frying. Yes, you do not need pot-full of oil to get your crispy food done now. read more

Spicy Tomato Pasta with Tuna (Pork) Meatballs

“Restaurant standard pasta dish which can be served easily at home. To impress your loved ones, or visiting guests.”

Cooked this for my lunch meeting yesterday. Knowing that the cakes and desserts were the “highlight” of the session, we tried to keep our main course simple. Yup, made this meatball tomato pasta as part of my contributions to the potluck meal, I was glad that many of them enjoyed it pretty well!

Really nothing fanciful, my pasta dish was just one of the many versions. Of course, with a twist to adapt the pasta cooking as my own. read more

Sweet Spicy Dipping Sauce for Grilled Fish

Instead of the usual dipping sauce of chili Padi in light soy sauce, I think this special mixed sauce goes even better with the grilled or pan fried fish.

Less salty with a tinge of sweetness, it gives the barely seasoned fish meat a full flavor by just dipping it into this refreshing sweet spicy sauce. Yes, you do not need to add extra seasoning to marinate the fish to make your grilled fish meal a delicious hit. With the dipping sauce.

Sweet Spicy Dipping Sauce for Grilled Fish

Sweet Spicy Dipping Sauce for Grilled Fish

Dipping sauce specially made for grilled or pan fried fish dish. At home or for your barbecue party

Ingredients

    Ingredients (A)

  • 3-4 chili Padi (Bird Eyes Chili), cut
  • 
2 cloves of garlic, minced

  • 2 tablespoons of Thai fish sauce

  • 1 teaspoon f lime juice (freshly squeezed from 1 small lime)

  • 1 teaspoon of sugar
Pinch of Italian herbs
    Ingredients (B)
  • 3-4 whole small fishes (Kampong fish or Yellowtail Scad)
  • Pinch of salt
  • 2 tablespoons of oil

Instructions

  1. Make 2-3 slits on both sides of the fish.
  2. Sprinkle salt.
  3. Heat frying pan with oil over medium-low Fire.
  4. Grill fish until both sides are browned.
  5. Mix all ingredients (A) in a saucer/ small bowl.
  6. Stir and grin sugar until dissolve.
  7. Serve with grilled fish.

Notes

Tips: Adjust amount of sugar for more or less, as desired taste. * It's ok if you do not have Italian herbs at home, add chopped parsley instead. I preferred Italian herbs as it dedicates a more comprehensive flavour to my sauce. :)

http://www.mywoklife.com/2015/11/sweet-spicy-dipping-sauce-for-grilled-fish.html

Homemade Lemon Fish

“Delicious lemon fish cooked from scratch, with my homemade lemon sauce.”

Suddenly had this craving for sweet and sourish flavoured dish for dinner. I missed lemon fish, but find that the lemon fish from outside stores was tasted too sweet. So, I yearned to cook my own lemon fish! To curb my craving for it. A very satisfying one, I had it, for my family who loved this dish as well.

Lemon fish is an adaption of the popular Asian style lemon chicken. Cooking lemon fish dish is not a difficult chore. We can always get instant lemon sauce packets off the shelves, but it won’t really save your bucks by using these pre packs. read more

Pan-Fried Salmon in Homemade Teriyaki Sauce

Easy Japanese recipe of Teriyaki Salmon – 照り焼き鮭

Today’s second day of new year, 2010.

I was still in the new year mood, having a new resolution of gastronomy, I started exploring in different kind of cuisine. Yesterday, I had an urge for cooking Japanese food for the next dinner, which was today’s. So, I went to NTUC Fairprice Finest to get the necessary ingredients as this store is located not far from my place and it has quite comprehensive selections of Japanese food ingredients and condiments, made of both locals and direct import from Japan.. Yeah, I wanted to make a Japanese cuisine for dinner for my loved ones! read more

Fried Mock Fish Fillet in Savoury Pineapple Sauce

“Eating vegetarian meal can be so interestingly delicious!”

Yesterday, 19th of Lunar September, the day of Guan Yin’s (in Sanskrit words: Avalokiteshvara; Chinese words: 观音) Renunciation, considered an auspicious day for Buddhist.

For me, I prohibited myself from ‘killing’ lives, means meatless diets for the day. It became my another day of vegetarian cooking.

It’s not difficult to trick our taste bud with some mock meat, and have it cooked in a way mimicking the taste of the ‘real stuff’ as close as possible. In fact, it’s very convenient to eat vegetarian dishes and taste or look like the real meat, nowadays, as there are so many artificial/ mock meat and seafood for vegetarian diets sold commercially out there in the market. In Singapore, not only vegetarian shops are selling these raw/ uncooked mock meat and seafood, even supermarkets are selling them, too. Mock meat and mock seafood are mainly made of flour, soy and/ or gluten. Some of these mock meat/ seafood items are made to look and taste almost the same as the real meat. read more