Wednesday, December 17, 2008
Wednesday, December 10, 2008
(读白 : 唉...成日开工....)
天天工作极忙乱 思想不懂去运算 也失去能源没中心去兜圈
发觉理想未如愿 乱闯一番也未远 你要休息再可打算
Everybody needs a holiday 也请你要给灵魂认购一张戏飞
Everybody needs a holiday 去吸气最疯癫派对内再度重遇你
风都可以是甜味 只差想通这道理那感觉神奇 像身体正飘飞
Tuesday, December 9, 2008
4 crab stick (cut into small pieces)
1 onion (cut into small cube)
1 pcs ham/bacon (cut into small pieces)
some spring onion (chopped)
1 teaspoon soy sauce
dash of pepper and sesame oil
1. Beat the eggs and add in the seasoning.
2. Then add in all other ingredients except the onion and mix well.
3. Heat up some oil and stir fry the onion.
4. Then, pour in the egg mixture and pan-fry until set. Turn over and fry the other side until golden brown also. Dish up and serve.
** You can actually replace the ham/bacon/crabstick with any other ingredients of your preference. Eg. sausage, "char siu", luncheon meat etc. However, for ingredients that require longer time to cook, do pre-fried them first.
Wednesday, December 3, 2008
100g salted vege
2 pcs white beancurds (I use Japanese white tofu for this time)
100g pork (marinade with some soy sauce and corn flour)
4 slices ginger
2 wet plums
1 stalk spring onion (sectioned)
1 tablespoon soy sauce
1 tsp sugar
1. Heat up some oil and stir fry the salted vege for about 2 minutes.
2. Then pour in 1 big soup bowl of water. Put in the pork, ginger, tomatoes and wet plums. Bring to boil for about 20 minutes.
3. After that, insert the seasoning, white beancurd and spring onion. Bring to boil for about 5 minutes more. Dish up and serve.
Monday, December 1, 2008
Last weekend, my hubby and I tried out the Mr. Baoz at Pavilion, KL. I actually read it from someone's blog earlier and wanted to give it a try very long time already.. Something different and unique from the "pao" we had outside.. but I still prefer the traditional wan.
First row : Curry mutton baoz, Onion chicken baoz & Roast beef baoz
Second row : Potato cheese baoz, Chicken sate baoz & Curry chicken baoz