Few pieces of Fish Balls and 1 piece of *Fish Cake.
(*slice the fish cake)
4 pieces of Dried Noodles.
With pot of boiling water, cook the Romaine Lettuce and set aside.
With pot of boiling water, cook the Fish Balls and Fish Cake and set aside.
Cooked Fish Balls, Fish Cake and Romaine Lettuce.
Get ready a plate with some Garlic Oil, Soy Sauce and Dark Soy Sauce.
With pot of boiling water, cook the Dried Noodle until done and
drain the water using the colander.
Pour the cooked Dried Noodle into the plate ready with
Garlic Oil, Soy Sauce and Dark Soy Sauce and
mix until well combined.
Add in the cooked Romaine Lettuce, Fish Ball and Fish Cake.
Yummy, sure our stomach will be very happy :)
and won't burn our pocket especially if you have big family.
And moreover, you can have more ingredients.
Lastly, family members can have home cooked food and
quality time together. Isn't it is wonderful?
It is a yearly affair that when it's one month before Christmas,
I will be preparing myself to bake for my dear friends
who are celebrating Christmas. This year, everything turned upside down
because of my work load and me going back home
around 10.00 pm to 11.00 pm. During weekends, I'm lazy to lift my fingers
because I want to have a full rest before Monday starts.
This has been going on for the past four months. Another one month to go.
Yeap, no joke. So, when I chanced upon Michelle, BrownEyedBaker's recipe on Homemade Hot Chocolate Mix,
I told myself that I will definitely make it for this coming Christmas
present to my dear friends. End up doing it today and my friends
understand my situation because I have forewarned them earlier.
Better late than never, am I right?
With this, I would like to wish all my wonderful family and friends
"Merry Christmas" and may you be blessed with wonderful life.
This mix is very easy to make, delicious to drink and you can
drink all year round which won't burn our pocket.
1 cup (201 g) Granulated Sugar - 150g
170g Unsweetened Chocolate, finely chopped
1 cup (82 g) Cocoa Powder
1/2 cup (65 g) Dry Milk Powder
5 teaspoons Cornstarch
(Red colour is my modification)
Add all the ingredients in a food processor.
Process until to powder.
Pour to an airtight container and store at room temperature for up to 2 months.
My gift to my friends.
To make Hot Chocolate :-
Heat 1 cup (250ml) of Milk in a small saucepan
over medium fire or microwave until the bubble appear around
the edge and then add 1/4 cup (3 tablespoons) of the
Hot Chocolate Mix and continue to whisk for 2 or 3 minutes
or until all melted. Pour into a mug and serve immediately
or add some ice cubes, if you wanted cold Chocolate drink
(that is what my daughter did).
I created Desirable Recipes to help first-timers to cook and bake because it's so simple! Here, you can find different recipes for your liking. Remember this, don't be afraid to try a few times to achieve perfection if you failed the first time. Happy cooking & baking!
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I'm a working mother and I've always loved to cook and bake. When I was young, my mother doesn't allow me to enter the kitchen because she doesn't want my brother and I to mess up the kitchen. My family helps in the food tasting and they're like my own guinea pigs. I learned to cook when I had my children and the process was always a trial-and-error thing. Till now, I'm still learning and I hope to share this with you too =)