Monday, January 16, 2017

Fluffy Fried Eggs with Minced Pork

Fluffy Fried Eggs with Minced Pork
Actual fact, frying fluffy eggs is very easy.
My mother taught me the following methods which I will share with you.
Hope you will like this recipe.  Happy cooking.



  1.  5 Eggs
  2. 3 cloves of Garlic (minced finely)
  3. 300g minced Pork
  4. 1 tbsp Oyster Sauce
  5. Dark Soya Sauce
  6. Pepper


  1.  Heat up 1 1/2 tbsp of cooking oil.
  2. Slightly brown the minced Garlic.
  3. Add the minced Pork and stir fry until 3/4 cook.
  4. Add 1 tbsp of Oyster Sauce and Pepper and stir well.
  5. Add dash of Dark Soya Sauce and stir well.
  6. Cook until done and to taste.



  1. Once cook, set aside.





  1. Beat the eggs with dash of salt and pepper until foamy (foamy makes the egg fluffy).
  2. Heat up 1/2 cup of cooking oil (lot of oil makes the egg fluffy).
  3. Add in some beaten egg and fry until slightly brown.
  4. Turn over and fry until slightly brown.
  5. Set aside, scoop the minced pork on top of the fried eggs and serve.




Isn't it is easy to cook?
Well, what are you waiting for, go and cook for your family.


Sunday, January 8, 2017

Stir Fried Kangkung with Garlic and Chili

Stir Fried Kangkung with Garlic and Chili
Today I wanted to blog to take away my mind from the problem on my Dad.
My Dad's health is getting deteriorating day by day.
Seeing him in this situation aches me but I have to be strong in front of my family and
especially my dear old fragile Mother.  Well, end of my sobbing story.

I am posting Stir Fried Kangkung with Garlic and Chilli.
We call it Kangkung in Malaysia.  In other countries, it can be called Water Morning Glory,
Water Spinach, River Spinach or Water Convolvulus.
Whatever it is called, we just love to eat this vegetable!

During my marketing, I was looking at some vegetables and the vegetables seller told me
to buy Kangkung because it is very fresh.  I told her I was lazy to cook it.
She said very easy lah, just par boil the Kangkung then stir fry it with
garlic, belacan and chilli.  Since, she said so easy, so I thought alright lah....bought two heaps.
So cheap cheap cheap, two heaps at RM2.40 only.

For this dish, I did not add belacan because I just wanted a  plain stir fry dish.





  1. Wash and cut off the stems and par boil the vegetables.
  2. Heat up 2 tbsp of cooking oil and stir fry the garlic and chilli.
  3. Add the vegetables and stir fry for 1 minute and sprinkle some salt to taste.  If it is dry, please add some hot water.
  4. Dish out.



Even without the belacan, this dish still delicious.


Tuesday, January 3, 2017

Salted Eggs Chicken

Salted Eggs Chicken
 Happy New Year 2017
With the English New Yew and coming Chinese New Year,
this will be the best dish for this celebration.
Cooking this dish requires some preparations but the end result will be amazing.




  1.  3 whole boneless and skinless Chicken Legs (for 4 persons will be too much. 2 whole Chicken Legs will be enough). Cut into chunks.
  2. 2 tsp Sugar, 2 tbsp Cooking Rice Wine, 1/2 tsp Pepper and 1 tsp Salt.
  3. 1 Egg.
  4. 1 cup Potato Starch.
  5. 4 tbsp cooking Oil.
  6. 5 Salted Eggs.
  7. 2 tsp minced Ginger, 2 tsp minced Garlic.
  8. 1 tbsp cooking Oil.
  9. 20 Curry Leaves.
  10. 2 - 3 Chilli.
  11. 40 g Butter.




  1.  Steam the Salted Eggs (yolk only).
  2. Mash the salted eggs until finely.
  3. Heat up 4 tbsp cooking Oil.
  4. Add the Salted Eggs and fry until foamy.
  5. Add minced Garlic and Ginger and fry further.
  6. Set aside.



  1.  Marinade the Chicken with Sugar, Cooking Rice Wine, Pepper and Salt for 30 minutes.
  2. Add Egg and mix well.
  3. Lightly coat the Chicken with Potato Starch and fry with heated cooking oil until golden brown. 
  4. Drain and set aside.



  1.  Heat 1 tbsp of cooking Oil and add Butter and fry until the Butter melted.
  2. Add Chilli and Curry Leaves and fry until fragrant.
  3. Add the fried Chicken and toss well.
  4. Add the Salted Eggs and toss well.




I kind of loves this dish. 
Cream outside and crispy inside.....yummy.
Happy Cooking.


Friday, December 23, 2016

Cheesy Corn Dog

Cheesy Corn Dog
 Made this for tea time and my family loves it.
Crispy outside and cheesy inside.
A Corn Dog is a sausage coated in a thick layer of cornmeal batter on a stick.
Since I don't have cornmeal, I used flour to substitute.
Since Christmas and New Year will coming in a few more days, why not make it for
Christmas or New Year Party.
Sure your family, relatives and friends will love it.




6 Hot Dogs (Sausages)
8 slices of Cheese
8 Wooden Skewers (no need to soak with water)
1 cup Flour
1 tsp Salt (omit if your hot dogs and cheese are salted)
1 tsp Pepper
1/2 tbsp Baking Powder
3/4 cup Milk
1 Egg
Oil (for frying)





  1. Roll the cheese slice around the hot dog and push a wooden skewer inside.
  2. Place the cheese wrapped hot dogs seam side down.
  3. Freeze for 20 minutes.




  1. Mix the flour, salt, pepper, baking powder until well combined.
  2. Beat the egg with milk and pour into the dry ingredients.
  3. Mix well.
  4. Set aside.
  5. Pour some of the batter into a tall glass (it is easier to dip the hot dog).






  1. Take out the frozen hot dogs.  Dip it fully into the batter, lifting it out and let excess batter drip off.
  2. Carefully place the battered hot dog into the hot oil, turning it once in a while to fry evenly.
  3. Remove when golden brown and drain the oil with paper towel.




Serve with honey mustard or ketchup.
Crispy and cheesy, Yummy.
Yesterday my daughter told me to make this for today....I replied "Again?".
Well, not today dearie because mummy's schedule a bit tight.



Tuesday, December 20, 2016

Stir Fried Pork Belly with XO Sauce

Stir Fried Pork Belly with XO Sauce
This dish was cooked way back months ago. 
Didn't realize I haven't written about this dish until I was doing spring cleaning on my PC.



 2 medium size Red Onion (sliced roughly)
8 cloves of Garlic (minced)
150g Pork Belly (sliced)
2 tbsp XO Sauce
*Marinade the pork belly with 1/2 tbsp sugar and 1/4 tbsp salt



1)  Heat up 2 tbsp of cooking oil and add the sliced red onion. 
Stir fry few minutes or until the onion turn translucent.
2) Add minced garlic and stir fry few minutes.
3) Add the sliced pork belly and stir fry until 3/4 cooked.
4) Add the XO Sauce.
5) Stir fry until cooked, to taste and dish out.



Serve with piping hot rice or wrap with romaine lettuce.

Saturday, December 17, 2016

Macaroni with Carrot, Potato, Onion, Chicken Soup (Macaroni with ABC Chicken Soup)

Macaroni with Carrot, Potato, Onion, Chicken Soup
(Macaroni with ABC Chicken Soup)
Local name it ABC Soup, meaning consists of Carrot, Potato, Onion boiled with 
Chicken but without the Macaroni. My daughter told me to cook some of this soup 
and to be frozen up so  that she can have it whenever she is hungry while 
doing her Law revision (literally burning midnight oil), she will just pop into 
the microwave to heat it up. 
She said healthier than ordering Pizza or McD.  Agreed with her totally.
For this soup, I added Macaroni to make it some Asian/Western style.
Yummy comfort food.

Well, went to the market this morning to purchase all the ingredients. 
Due to busy schedule, I have not been to marketing for the past one month,
Glad I did it this morning.




 Ingredients :-
4 Carrots - Wash and dice
2 Onion - Wash and dice
4 Potato - Wash and dice
150g Macaroni - Wash and drain
2 pieces of whole chicken legs - Wash, trim fats and skin

Put all the ingredients into a pot with 2 liters of water and boiled for 1 hour
(or until all the macaroni, carrot, onion, potato and chicken fully soften).
Add more water if you find the soup a bit thicker.

 For this soup, I used the pressure cooker to cook.  Save all the hassle.



 Once cooked, add salt for flavouring and then shred the chicken into pieces.  Throw away the bones.


Did you see the baby Lock Ness Dinasour?....So cute....my son bought for me from UK.
Both of my children knows that I love cutie gadgets.  Just love the Loch Ness Dinosaur
Soup Ladle and Soup Colander.  Enjoying using it.



Pour all into glass containers and keep in the freezer. Made 6 glass containers.
And the balance eaten for lunch today.

Happy Cooking.
Wishing all Merry Christmas and Happy New Year 2017.




Chrysanthemum Herbal Drink

Chrysanthemum Herbal Drink


Upon request by my son, I made this Chrysanthemum Herbal Drink.
Drinking Chrysanthemum Herbal Drink will cool down your heatiness from your body.
I boiled this using the pressure cooker.  
Yesterday night, set the time to be boiled at 6.00 am and thereafter ready to drink when woke up.

Instead of pouring into a jug, I pour into individual tall glass container and chill inside the fridge.
Whenever my family wanted to drink, they just take it out from the fridge.
Chill is better than putting ice cube because it will dilute the herbal drink.


Bye and have a goodie weekend.

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