Tuesday, January 18, 2011

Fave Home-cooked Dishes 2.

These are some of my favorite home-cooked dishes cooked by my wife.


Soy sauce pork with hard boiled eggs.

Curry puffs

Stewed chicken.

Stir fried Paku choy with Tuna flakes.

Yam cake.

Fish paste Egg rolls.

Deep fried Soon Hong fish (Senangin).

Minced pork/mushroom noodle.

Braised crab meat with egg white gravy.

Stir fried Cameron Highlands Petai with minced pork/prawn.

Vegetables curry with sea prawns.

Steamed flower crabs.

Braised Bittergourd with chicken meat.

Braised Chicken claws with pork.

Deep fried Mackerel stuffed with fish paste.

Egg Omelette with onion and shrimp.

Sambal prawns.

Fish paste stuffed Brinjal.

Grilled Stingray with curry powder.

Oven cooked Chicken thigh meat rolled with bacon.

8 comments:

Small Kucing said...

petai...yum yum...

Bought petai from the orang asli in Cameron before. The taste really different from those we get in KL.

thule a.k.a leo said...

hmmm... maybe I should show my wife this post just to make her start cooking!!!

Sin Tai Lim said...

you are very lucky, my wife is close to zero as far as cooking is concerned. She said it only for the time being. Pls don't let her know if there's any possibility.

June said...

the yam cake looks so yummy !! can i have the recipe if you don't mind ?

Little Inbox said...

So lucky to hv a wife that can cook! All homey dishes look good!

foodbin said...

Small Kucing-better than those sold in Bidor.
thule a.k.a leo-she's in confinement isn't it? don't tempt her !
Sin Tai Lim-it is easy she puts her heart into it.

June-you're welcome.
For the Yam cake:
• 1½ bowls diced yam cubes.
• 1 bowl rice flour
. 2 bowls water
• ½ bowl dried shrimps
• 5 shallots, finely chopped
• 1 teaspoon 5 spice powder
• ½ teaspoon salt
• ½ teaspoon white pepper

For the topping:
• deep fried shallots
• chopped spring onions
• sliced red chillies
• coarsley ground toasted peanuts.

Little Inbox-yes.

creatingobjectives said...

These are all my favourites too!
I lau nua lau kah tua tua tang liao! :D

foodbin said...

creatingobjectives-welcome and thanks for your comments.