Thursday, September 8, 2011
Tuesday, August 23, 2011
Monday, August 15, 2011
Tuesday, July 12, 2011
The recipe was really simple.
Cut chicken breast into bite size and marinade it with light soysauce, chinese wine and sesame oil for about 1 hour. Add some corn flour to the chicken you marinade before frying. Stir fry the chicken until about 80% cooked.
For the sauce: mix dark soysauce with chinese wine and some sugar.
Heat up some oil then put in some chopped garlic and stir fry it until slightly brown, add in some dried chilli pepper. Stir fry slightly until dried chilli pepper turn dark red. Pour in the sauce and then add in the chicken and you can add some salt. Stir fry for a while then add in the cashew nuts and spring onions. Add in a few drops of sesame oil that's it. Serve hot.
Saturday, June 25, 2011
Read the article on TheStar today and couldn't help wondering does it make sense to reward cheating husbands? Lols, and shouldn't it be dinner for 5 instead of 2? How about the other wives?
There are so many poor and needy people out there waiting for helping hands, the gold dinar would be a great gift for them instead of those cheating husbands.
Friday, June 24, 2011
I was a homescience student during my lower secondary school years and I had so much fun cooking and sewing during my homescience classes. I remembered we have cooking classes at least once a month and I learnt so much from all those practical cooking lessons.
But nowadays teachers seems to prefer to confine students to the classroom to just go thru theory instead of practical. Come on teachers, cooking and sewing should be hands on.
I was surprised that the mee goreng tasted quite good.