A dish that we always order from the Japanese restaurants, and the most important thing part of the batter would be the ice water that fluffs up and makes the crisps so airy and light.
There are many ways to cook a vegetable. Steam, boil, stir fry, braise are just some of the methods.
This is one of the favourite simple that I cook in just 5 minutes. First of all, I do not have to pick the stems like spinach, I just simply cut off the bottom and use it for compost. No additional seasoning required and stir frying it will be crispy to add on to a […]
This is one of the favourite simple that I cook in just 5 minutes. First of all, I do not have to pick the stems like spinach, I just simply cut off the bottom. No additional seasoning required and stir frying it will be crispy to add on to a meal. Healthy and delicious!
Ingredients (Serves 2)4-6 prawns (frozen or fresh)1/2 squid (cleaned and cut)1 big tomato (cut into small cubes)dried parsley leaves (fresh also ok)cream or milk (your own preference)parmesan cheeseseafood or prawn stockMarinade2 tsp light soy sauce¼ tsp dark soy sauce½ tsp sugar1 tsp shaoxing wine ( I used glutinous rice wine, which I ferment myself.)¼ tsp […]
Ingredients3 tbsps Rempah (Recipe available here)1 cup white rice vinegar1½ cups water2 cups sugar (400 g)For blanching2 cups white rice vinegar2 cups water1 tbsp sugar1 tbsp salt150g carrots, peeled, trimmed, and cut into thin batons300g cabbage, cut into large bite size pieces150g turnip, cut into thin slicesHalf pineapple, cut into slices3 cucumbers, trimmed and cut […]