During our visit to Malaysia recently, Matthew has been requesting to have sweet sour pork almost every day. Today I have decided to cook this famous sweet sour pork meal but I used chicken pieces instead of pork. Here is the recipe:
I had 2 packs of minced pork and veal in the fridge but was not sure what to do with it. My husband suggested that I should make crumbed deep fried beef meatballs. Here is the recipe for it:
Since the weather was freaking cold, I decided to make a soupy dish that is warm and delicious. It is made out of flavoursome prawn stock. In this recipe, I will show you how to make the prawn stock. I add flat noodles in the soup, in fact, you can use any kind of noodles. Here is the recipe:
Last weekend I decided to make some Chinese steamed buns. However, I did not have the special Chinese bun flour from the oriental shop which would make my buns’ skin whiter. I decided to just use the Lighthouse brand extra white, low protein self-raising flour and the buns turned out just as good as the ones in the dim sum restaurant. Here is the recipe for the dough and filling of the buns:
Mee Hoon Kueh literally means wheat flour cake. It is my favourite childhood dish. It brings back the sweet memory of myself helping my mother rolling out the dough with a glass F&N bottle instead of a rolling pin. It is a popular dish in Malaysia and Singapore. I will make sure that I have a bowl of mee hoon kueh whenever I am back in Malaysia. Here is the recipe for it:
Last weekend I was craving for ayam percik. It is a kind of grilled chicken marinated in spices and coconut milk. You eat it with steamed rice and is an easy meal to prepare, especially if you have the spices and an oven (or an air fryer). Here are the ingredients for ayam percik.
Matthew, my younger son who dislikes spicy food was out for a State Youth Game. Therefore, I took the opportunity to cook something spicy for the family since he is not at home. I decided to make Malaysian laksa. It is not a hard and time-consuming dish to make. Here is the recipe:
I made 14 scones for breakfast this morning. It was very delicious. We ate them with whipping cream, butter and jam. Finally, we only had 3 scones left. Here is the recipe for the scones.
Rendang is a spicy Malay meat dish. It is rich in spices. I will make a non-spicy version for the sake of my children who can’t take spicy food. If you want it to be spicy, you just have to add dry chillies. Here is the recipe for the rendang:
My family adores eating satay. Satay is a kind of seasoned grilled meat serve with satay sauce which you can make it yourself or buy it from Coles or Woolworths. I took the easy way out and bought the satay sauce from Coles. But now I am going to teach you how to make the marinade sauce for the satay. Continue reading “Satay Without The Bamboo Skewers”