“Post Hari Raya food? Not really…. It’s for any day, any time, you want!”
Mee Goreng, a fried noodle dish, commonly eating by the people in Singapore, Malaysia and Indonesia. There are different versions of Mee Goreng among the races. Some like it a little bit sweeter while others like it very spicy. Mee Goreng is similar to Chinese ‘Chow Mien’, if this sounds more familiar to you. They both cooked with yellow noodle. However, Mee Goreng appears more moist, pinkish in appearance and often spicy in taste. You are able to find Mee Goreng in hawker center, food court and even high-end restaurant as local delights in Singapore. Yes, Mee Goreng stall in hawker centre often operates by Malay and Indian race. They cook most of the genuine taste of it! :)
Helloooooo… Long time no post and hope you miss me (chuckles). I promised one of my readers who requested Achar recipe on my FaceBook to post the recipe for her soon. And, I hope this doesn’t come too late for her liking. :) Achar is known to be a Nyonya dish, but well-liked by many other Asian dialects, too. This is an Asian-style pickled vegetables dish which tastes sweet and sourish with a little bit of spicy flavour in it. Achar goes so well with plain porridge, rice, nasi lemak, fried bee hoon, or even to be eaten on its own!
“It might sound familiar to you, but this is my new dish.”
I was so excited when had the first taste of it as I was unsure how the taste would be, actually. This is an entirely new dish which I have created and cooked just last night, I considered it as a success by the fact that the entire dish including the gravy was wipe up by my girl with extra serving of rice which she usually doesn’t need! She kept praising and describing to me how flavorful the dish was, and even gave me idea to adapt the same recipe for tofu stew. Not just my girl, I had extra rice to go with this dish, too. :)
“Many people tried to cook this failed dismally, but it would never be you! Here’s my simple and dainty prawn dish for you.”
I never thought such delicious prawn dish could be assembled that simple, initially. It might not look as beautiful as what the famous restaurant presents, but you would be impressed by the taste, or the simple steps found in this recipe.
If you are interested to make this, here is the recipe.
Do feel free to cook this for the older kids. My girl liked it a lot! However, you may want to reduce the amount of wasabi paste to just 1 teaspoon or lesser. Don’t intimidate the children by its pungency, especially if it is going to be their first taste of this dish. Make them like it, they will love you more. :)
“This Sambal prawn was cooked simply to enliven the taste of my Nasi Lemak dish.”
I cooked this to complement my Nais Lemak dinner the other day. Recipe was given and taught by my mum.
The sweet-spicy mouthwatering Sambal, the complementing prawns, the sweet crunchy onion… This simple to cook dish was perfectly delicious!
To cook this Sambal prawn dish perfectly delicious, who say I must use expensive fresh prawns… I insist on frozen ones because I have my secret tips to keep the texture of the prawns bouncy… Simple, keep the frozen prawns unthawed and added to cook direct, that’s it (smile)! What’s more.. Frozen prawns with express recipe allows you to prepare your meal quick and easy, even if it’s for an impromptu dinner!