Thursday, December 4, 2014

Broccoli and Prawn Noodle in Sesame Oil




Who doesn't love sesame oil? This recipe is made out of my fascination from sesame oil.It's a very delicate dish with a little chili kick. When I brought this in our office to share, it received a rave review from my colleagues. Wow! Now I am obliged to cook this recipe again in our Christmas party


Broccolli and Prawn Noodle in Sesame Oil



Ingredients

Egg Noodles
Sesame Oil
Sesame seeds
Broccoli flower
Prawns
Cloves of Garlic 
Garlic flakes
Chili flakes
Onions



Method

1. Boil the egg noodle in 2 cups of water with 2 tablespoon of sesame oil
2. Marinate the prawns in thyme, white pepper, and salt
3.Chop the broccoli flower
4. Mince the garlic and onions
5. Saute' the garlic and onions in sesame oil
6. Add the prawns and broccoli in the saute' mixture
7. Add more sesame oil and 1 cup of water
8. Add the egg noodles and let it simmer
9. Add salt to taste
10. Serve with garlic , chili flakes and sesame seed for garnish




Monday, November 10, 2014

Crispy Tofu with Chillies and Pork


Gout is always the back end traitor of Tofu. Do you believe this?

For our folks, they split this curd, but for vegetarians this is a favorite. I like Tofu. I actually like it a lot. It is bland but the flexiblility of it is endless. I can use it with any "on the spur" of the moment recipe. Most of the time, I like it crispy on the outside and soft in the inside. This way I can enjoy both worlds in my taste buds.

This recipe I cooked with Tofu is a favorite. But since, I had pork glimered with chilli oil, it doesn't look so healthy. Sometimes it's good to cheat the healthy foods to have balance in your life. So if you love Tofu and Chillies, start taking down notes.

Crispy Tofu with Chillies and Pork



Ingredients

Tofu
Red Chillies
Green Chillies
Pork shreds
Onions
Garlic
Chilli oil
Soy sauce
Lemon




Method

1. Cut the pork in small strips
2. Marinate the pork in soy sauce and lemon for an hour
3. Fry the tofu cubelets in hot cooking oil
4. Add chilli oil and a teasspoon of soy sauce in frying pan
5. Cook the tofu until they are golden brown
6. Set aside the tofu
7. Sautee the marinated pork with garlic and onions
8. Slice the cooked tofu in rectangle shapes
9. Chop the chillies
10. Prepare the tofu and garnish it with pork,chillies, and onions




Wednesday, October 22, 2014

Fried Spring Rolls with Stuffed Veggies


I'm back to cooking now guys. It feels like ages have been gone since I posted a recipe in here. My schedule has been really flat out. I was working non stop the whole month of September. Did I tell you I was in Sydney? It was a beautiful city. Australia is such a nice country. The exeperience we had there is truly one of the most unforgettable ones and something I will forever look back to keep me smiling.

...and if you want to know about the food experience I had there, well not much. Aside from the fish and chips, and kangaroo steak, my food trip was at minimum. And I must say, a huge part of me was screaming for Asian food. That's right. I can't believe that my Asian taste buds penetrateed me more than I expected. It was surprising how excited I'll be whenever we stop by at any Asian restaurant considering we are in OZ. I really thought I would be estatic to try Aussie food, but there are just really a lot of Asian restaurants out there that you wouldn't be able to help yourself and buy in.

So because I really missed this food, (and this is also one of my favorite snacks), in the Philippines we call it "Lumpiang Gulay" which is Fried Spring Rolls with Stuffed Veggies.  This is an all time favorite recipe I hoped I was able to prepare and serve when we were in Sydney.



Fried Spring Rolls with Stuffed Veggies



Ingredients

Spring roll egg wrapper
Carrtots
Sprouts
Small Beans
Celery stick
Choyote
Chopped Basil leaves
Ground pork
Garlic
Onions
Salt & Pepper
Fish sauce




Method

1. Chop the carrots, beans and choyote in strips, and the celery stick in cubelets
2. Chop the onions, and mince the garlic
3. Fry the the ground pork in hot pan with olive oil
4. Add the onions and garlic
5. Add all the vegetables
6. Add one teasespoon of fish sauce
7. Sautee your veggies and cook in medium fire
8. Add salt and pepper to taste
9. When the veggies are warm and cooked, set  aside in a bowl to prepare for stuffing
10. Stuff the egg wrapper with veggies, roll it and dab with water to seal
11. Fry your vegetable spring rolls and cook until golden brown
12. Best dipping sauce is Vinegar with salt pepper and minced garlic



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