December 29, 2012

Portobello Mushroom

Gigantic Mushroom for snack !...Anyone ?

Found some gigantic mushrooms from London hidden in my fridge, let's see what other things I have to go with them...

Well, let's stuffed it with some Tomatoes, Onions, Bacon, Mixed Herbs and Cheese

Wipe clean the mushroom and put aside. On a pan, drizzle some olive oil, saute the Bacon, Mixed Herbs, Onions and Tomatoes for 2min. 

Place the mixtures into the mushroom cap, sprinkle some salt and pepper. Cover with some cheese.

Preheat oven at 200degrees Celsius. In goes the mushroom and let it bake for approximately 8-10mins or till the cheese melted.

Simple..Juicy..and Delicious snack ! Where I come from,..this will be an exclusive treat ! 

5 Portobello Mushroom
2 Onions, finely chopped
2 Tomatoes, finely chopped
50g Bacon, bits size
1/2 Salt
1/2 Freshly Ground Black Pepper
1tsp Mixed Herbs
2tsp Olive Oil
1/2cup Mozzarella Cheese

December 15, 2012

Dried Shrimps with Shallots

A Dip or a Dish ?

Simple to make with simple ingredients ! I was in Penang recently patronizing some interesting drinking joints and my friend wants to have supper...Teochew porridge !... anyone ?!!

And this was served. After a long drinking session everything should be tasteless...but after 
a few serving, it seems I was only eating the porridge with this dip or dish. Hmm...this is not my first time eating this but as I recalled this was always a dip ! 

A dip which goes with barbeque pork or fish...maybe it was the beer that altered my taste bud. Let's recall this dip or dish...      

Preparation: Dried Shrimps, Shallots, Calamansi, Chilli Padi

Combined all the ingredients together, a dash of vinegar, sugar to taste and water.

You tell me !...I this A Dip or A Dish ?

50g Dried Shrimps (Rinsed & fry)
50g Shallots (Chopped finely)
2pcs Chilli Padi (Chopped finely)
2tsp Calamansi
2tsp Vinegar
1tsp Sugar
5tbsp Water  

December 3, 2012

Tamarind Fried Egg

Getting bored just having fried egg for dinner ?

Let's improvised ! My outlaw was telling me about this nyonya egg dish which was quite foreign to me. They were explaining to me there was this nyonya dish which was long forgotten as nobody seems to appreciate it !

Have you seen this ?

Easy, refreshing and appetizing dish !

Preparation: Eggs, Garlic, Tomatoes, Onions, Red Chilli and Tamarind Pulp.

Fried the Eggs and set aside. Saute the Garlic and Onions for 2min. Add in the Tamarind juice, Tomatoes, Red Chilli and bring to a boil. Throw in the eggs, add sugar, salt and pepper to taste.    

The sweet and sour taste will make the eggs come alive,'s damn appetizing ! Try it for a change !


3 Eggs
20g Garlic, sliced
50g Onion, chopped into cubes
50g Tomatoes, halved

1pc Red Chilli, sliced 
30g Tamarind Pulp, soaked into water
200ml Water
1/2tsp Salt, to taste
1tbsp Sugar, to taste
1/2tsp Pepper
1/2cup Oil