Sunday, November 4, 2012

Cook For Family

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It has been a while since I last cooked as I am caught up with work and blogging. If I am not wrong, the last time I cooked was for the Cook For Family event initiated by Daniel Ang. The dishes below were cooked a couple of weeks back on a particular Sunday evening dinner.

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Cold Tofu with Minced Pork

This is one of my girlfriend's favourite dishes. She has cooked this for me once and I thought I would try to make it and cook for her next time. The minced pork was stir fried in dark soy sauce and oyster sauce for taste. I also added some chopped chill to give it some kicks.

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Steamed Fish with Green Kiwi

Inspired by Ellena aka Cuisine Paradise, I fell in love in using kiwi to steam fish. Use only green kiwi and not yellow kiwi, also choose one that is not too ripe so that the kiwi will not be too mushy after steaming.

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Steamed Fish with Green Kiwi

Simply enjoyed the taste and flavour of the steamed fish using green kiwi. The green kiwi after steaming will have a sour flavour similar to sour (salted) plum commonly used for steaming fish. If you like it to be more sour, you can add a few slices of tomatoes.

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Miso Soup

I still have some miso that I bought from Meidi-ya supermarket at Liang Court in my fridge so I decided to make miso soup. I also added in tofu and enokitake (golden mushroom).

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Stir Fried Vegetable

Of course we need to have our greens to complete the dinner menu. A really simple stir fried vegetables to complete the 4 course dinner.

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