Tuesday, January 25, 2011

Chinese New Year's Greeting 2011.

Foodbin wishes all Chinese friends and relatives a Happy and Prosperous Chinese New Year.


Gong Xi Fai Cai.

Monday, January 24, 2011

Yee Sang @ Loong Foong Seafood Restaurant.

One of my favorite restaurant to savor Yee Sang.
The ingredients and condiments are fresh with no artificial coloring.
Price are reasonable at RM25 for 1/2 portion.

The plum sauce tasted  just right - served with lots of toasted sesame seeds and grounded peanut

Location: 1, Jalan 20/13,
Paramount Garden,
Petaling Jaya.

Sunday, January 23, 2011

Annual Dinner 2011.

Our annual company dinner are held to thank our loyal staff / workers for their hard work and our  clients for their full support throughout the year.

This year 10 course dinner was held at our office cum warehouse and was catered by Kim Kee Food Catering Sdn Bhd, a famous old school caterer of Chinese cuisine.

There were no late comers and the dinner started right on time at 7:30 pm and ended at 10:00 pm with free flow of beer/wine/carbonated drinks and at the end everyone was stuffed to the brim with the generously sized portion of different dishes.
 This Rm430 dinner set is real value for money.

5 Platter Plate-stuffed crab-vegetarian abalone/sea fungus-batter prawn-pork rolls and the center of attraction cold chicken.
Sharkfin soup-cooked with the right consistency.
Eight treasure duck was excellent. 
Steamed White Promfret was generously sized and fresh but the spring onion/cilantro garnishing was too much.
Spring Chicken-well marinated-crispy skin. tender and juicy-half portion/person.
Boiled grass prawn-fresh, juicy and succulent but was not sweet.
Stir fried mixed vegetables.
Fried Glass noodle was very aromatic with lots of deep fried finely chopped dried shrimp.
Sweet drink of lotus seed/longan/pak hup.
Sweet dessert-Deep fried red  bean paste pastry / egg  custard encased with dessicated coconut dough.

Cost Rm430/set.
Caterer:Kim Kee Food Catering Sdn Bhd.
Lot 3, Jalan E1/1, Taman Eshan,
Kepong, Selangor.
Tel: 03-6274-9925/ 013-369-1333/ 019-338-2020.

Thursday, January 20, 2011

Yong Fu Kua Tong.

Fu Kua a.k.a Bittergourd (momordica caranthia) is a vegetable that put off  a lot of young teenagers because of it's bitter after taste.
But it's nutritional values outweighed all the negative perception.

It's very versatile when it's well cooked and the lists is endless-fried bittergourd with roast pork, bittergourd soup, bittergourd mun fun, fried bittergourd, braised bittergourd with chicken, steamed pork ribs with bittergourd......etc

And my personal favorite is Yong Fu Kua Tong (fishpaste/minced pork/salted fish stuffed bittergourd in a fish bone soup stock).

The stuffed ingredients are springy, meaty and fragrant because of the salted fish and the soup is sweet with a real "kam-ness" taste-topped it up with chopped spring onion and coriander leaves-heavenly !

 Eat the stuffed bittergourd with Lingham's garlic/chillies sauce-best!

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.

Monday, January 17, 2011

Fave Homecooked Dishes.

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

Steamed beancurd sheet wrapped with chicken meat/mushroom and carrot.

Braised pork belly with Yam.

Steamed sliced Garouper  fish. 

Stir fried mixed vegetables.

Stir fried Arrowhead with sliced pork belly.

Pongteh chicken with potato and Shiitake mushroom.

Steamed Pak Soh Koong.

Canned red bean with whisked eggs and topped with hard boiled egg.

Otak otak.

Loin eye muscle rolls with brown Worchester sauce.

Curry chicken.

Wan's fried rice.

Steamed glutinous rice with Chinese sausage and fried scallops.

Prawn/minced pork Siew Mai.

Yong Lui.

Steamed fish balls with prawns.

Lightly batter fried Calamari.

Rice vermicelli soup with sliced Garouper fish.

Pan fried fish/potato cutlet.

Stir fried long bean/tau kua/chai poh/carrot/cashew nuts.