Saturday, February 26, 2011

Chicken Wonton Soup

Another wonton cooking food story like the previous (Fried Shrimp Wantons & Chinese Chicken Meatball Soup). This time, chicken parceled wantons in soup. Go ahead ladies and gentlemen. Believe in me and my recipes. Grab this recipe of mine and all will be absolutely delightful and good.    

Monday, February 21, 2011

Chilli Honey Clams (Lala)

When you cook clams/lala? Please do soak and rinse clams as many times as possible. Otherwise? I made the mistake before and instead of eating the clam dish, I had to threw away. Why? Soil and what not from clams in the dish. Quite a disgusting matter of cooking of mine actually. I thought I might as well tell you if you are going to be a first timer to cooking clam. Subsequently, what do we do with clams for this Chilli Honey Clams dish? Cook. Yes. Cook. Cook as per the ingredients and method listed below, and cook till clams pop open up. Chilli Honey Clams. Sweet burst, salty burst and spicy burst in one (Honey Chilli Chicken).

Sunday, February 20, 2011

Spicy Crab Portuguese & Local Cuisine (Kota Kemuning, Shah Alam)

The discovery for the day. In fact, discovered by other half-half as he was driving around Kota Kemuning and the discovery which brought the whole family together for dinner later in the evening. Almost 20 of us being seated in two separate tables, and owner personally coming by for taking our order. Owner made it a point in recommending most of the dishes, and we. We basically handing over our food trust at his helms. Within a wait of five minutes, out came the dishes from the kitchen and what's next. Let's eat to glory.   

Saturday, February 19, 2011

Prawn And Spinach Sodhi (Coconut Gravy)

Cooked before or tasted before? Prawn And Spinach Sodhi? Somewhat a brother, or sister or cousin of Plain Sodhi, yet obviously, prawns and spinach in this Indian Coconut Milk Kulambu/Gravy. The what or what not to Prawn And Spinach Sodhi? Nothing much I got to say. Oh, maybe, I should mention that its my own recipe coining. That's right. My ownership and my copyright and my trademark recipe from my kitchen, Prawn And Spinach Sodhi. Trust me, I can really assure will not let you down (Fried Prawn WantonTamarind Prawn Curry & Devilled Prawns). 

Friday, February 18, 2011

Fried Shrimp Wontons

The parceled and filled with minced prawns crispy fried, Fried Shrimp Wontons. Of course, Wantons on the whole is a Chinese snack, or a dim sum item or can be an accompanied for rice (Chinese Chicken Meatball Soup). May be quite a thing actually, if you are like me a first timer to making. Then again, nothing is impossible trust me. I did it. I am sure you will (Chap Chai, Chick Kut Teh, Yam BasketFried Lotus Roots Chips & Chinese Black Vinegar Chicken). For a matter of fact, if  you follow this recipe of mine. Fried Prawn Wontons. Get crunching once Fried Shrimp Wontons are out of the frying pan. Perhaps, some chilli sauce will be good as well for dipping?  

Wednesday, February 16, 2011

Kacang Buncis Tempe Goreng (Beans Tempe Stir Fried)

The Malay style to a side dish (Kangkung Belacan). Kacang Buncis/French Beans, soy made tempe and salted fish again ((Salted Fish Mango Sambal). God! Me and salted fish. Says it all. The typical Malaysian who love saltiness. The cooking technic to Kacang Buncis Tempe Goreng? Like any other veggie side dish (Curried Tamarind Ladies Fingers). Shall we cook? Of course, we should. 

Tuesday, February 15, 2011

Chili's (Empire Subang)

Chilli's in Empire Subang. I don't think, I doubt you will have a hard time spotting which is Chilli's. On the ground floor itself and once you have entered Empire Subang and you walk just a distance towards the right hand side, Chilli's (Serai Empire and Lameeya) Bold prominent signboard and spacious, classy dining area. Why did I end in Chilli's? Lunch with a close friend and she suggesting  Chilli's. Why not. After all. My philosophy to food spotting? You never try, you never know. Instead of getting carried away by what others share, write and speak? Into Chilli's just as they were getting ready to welcome customers, we sat and menu popped up at once. Oh-My! Aplenty choices until we didn't know where to start. Eventually, we have to decide right? Can't be staring at the menu forever? What did we order? Pina Chilada, Triple-Dipper, Crispy Honey Chipotle Chicken, Loaded Potato and Ice Lemon Tea (free refills).

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