27 Dec 2011

Soy Chips

After I had eat the soy crisps or chips that I purchased from JUSCO's stall, I love it very much so I search the net for the homemade soy chips or crisps recipe, there's not many result in homemade soy chips or crisps, only one I found that is Ehow's Homemade Soy Chips' Recipe.

Recipe Adapted From Ehow.com

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25 Dec 2011

Merry Christmas

Merry Christmas to Everyone.
"I wish you a merry christmas, I wish you a merry christmas, I wish you a merry christmas and  a happy new year."

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19 Dec 2011

Stir Fried Udon Noodles

I purchased a pack of udon noodles for three person, a few days ago, then I decided to cook udon noodles soup with my style, not Japanese style, but end up, the result not so good, so now I search for the recipe of stir fried udon noodles, I found this recipe from WanderingChopsticks' Yaki Udon (Japanese Stir-Fried Udon Noodles).

Recipes Adapted from WanderingChopsticks
For two servings, you'll need:

2 7-oz packets of fresh udon noodles
1 small onion, thinly sliced
1 red bell pepper, thinly sliced
1 green bell pepper, thinly sliced
1/4 lb venison or beef, sliced into strips
1 tblsp mirin or white wine
1 tblsp kecap manis (Indonesian sweet soy sauce) or hoisin sauce
1 tblsp mochiko (Japanese sweet rice flour) or regular flour
1 tsp ground black pepper
1/2 tsp salt

I choose this recipe because I like the hoisin sauce, one of my favorites cooking sauce. I got long time not eating beef, I gonna cook it tomorrow.

Slice meat into strips about 1/2-inch by 2-inches. Rinse. In a bowl, add 1 tblsp mirin, 1 tblsp kecap manis, 1 tblsp flour, 1 tsp ground black pepper, and 1/2 tsp salt. Mix thoroughly and set aside.
Slice onion and bell pepper into strips. Set aside.
Now get all your ingredients together to start cooking.
In a frying pan on high heat, drizzle sesame oil and add the sliced onions.
When the onions have softened and started to turn golden, add two packets of udon noodles. The noodles will be a little clumpy, but the heat from the pan will soon soften them. If you're using dried noodles, you'll have to boil those and drain them first.
Softened udon noodles. Let the udon noodles brown, stirring every once in a while to get the noodles evenly cooked.
Add in the bell peppers and when they have softened to your liking, pour the entire contents of the pan out into the plate that the veggies had been on.
Then add the venison or beef, sans liquid, into the pan. When the meat has a nice char, add the rest of the marinade into the pan and let it thicken a bit. It's OK if the bottom of the pan gets a little sticky, just scrap it up with a wooden spoon.
Add the veggies and noodles back into the pan and toss to make sure the sauce is evenly distributed.
The order of the steps is important because this way the onions are allowed to slightly caramelize, the noodles get that pan-fried slippery-crispness, and the meat creates a gravy without bogging everything else down.

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12 Dec 2011

Papaya Milk

 I love papaya milk, I always do it myself a big cup and share it with my daughter, here is the recipe I found from Micky's Favorite Taiwanese Recipes: Papaya Milk. In the recipe, it's use sugar, but I didn't use sugar, if your papaya is sweet enough, you no need the sugar any more, if your papaya is not sweet enough, you may take her suggestion to put a scoop of vanila ice cream on top, it is really make your papaya milk a rich creamy taste. This is my papaya milk without vanila ice cream on top, photo below:

Oh, I forgot to say that I didn't put the ice cube too, I place whole papaya and milk into refrigerator, so the papaya and milk are cool enough, I just take out my papaya (cut it in cubed) and milk from refrigerator, and blend it together, that's it.

Recipe Adapted from Micky Recipes

1 cup cubed, extra ripe papaya
1 cup milk
2 cups of ice cubes
2 Tablespoons sugar

Put the papaya into the blender with the milk and blend on medium~high.
Slowly pour in the sugar.
Blend until smooth and serve.

Serve immediately after making it, or it will become chunky.

Vanilla Ice Cream
Typically, Taiwanese deserts are not very sweet. You can add a scoop of vanilla ice cream to the papaya milk and it will give it a rich creamy taste!

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6 Dec 2011

Pan-Fried Chicken With Green Pepper

Recently I won mymemories suite by entering Rose's Thanksgiving giveaway, below photo is I use mymemories suite's template to create my recipe with my photo.This recipe is Pan-Fried Chicken With Green Pepper, the chicken I marinated with shrimp paste, but if you do not like it, you can change it. I hope you enjoy.

Pan-Fried Chicken With Green Pepper From Seow Wei's Kitchen

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