Month: April 2015

Chicken Karaage

Chicken Karaage I love deep-fried food! 😀 “Karaage” which means “fried chicken” in Japanese, served in almost Japanese restaurants in the world. This is my version of karaage. It’s crispy outside and juicy inside, oishii! Chicken Karaage (Photo credit : Veronica) Chicken Karaage Serve : 3 Ingredients:500 gr boneless chicken thighs (they should still have Read More …

Tagliatelle with Ham in Cream Sauce

Tagliatelle with Ham in Cream Sauce Leftover smoked ham in the fridge could be a good companion for pasta! I used dried green (spinach) Tagliatelle, but you can use another pasta like Spaghetti or Fusilli. Tagliatelle with Ham in Cream Sauce (Photo credit : Veronica) Tagliatelle with Ham in Cream Sauce Serve : 2 Ingredients:160-200 Read More …

Thai Red Chicken Curry

Thai Red Chicken Curry This red curry tastes a little bit spicy, sour and sweet. You can buy instant curry paste in many Asia stores but I like to make fresh red curry paste myself, instead of using instant paste. Thai Red Chicken Curry (Photo Credit : Veronica)   Thai Red Chicken Curry Serve : Read More …

Chili Sauce

Chili Sauce suitable for Pork and Shrimp Cake, Martabak Asin (Pan-Fried Beef Wrap), Siomay (Steamed Dumpling), Spring Rolls, Fried Wonton, etc. Ingredients: 2 tbsp Sriracha Chili Sauce 1½ tbsp sugar 3 tbsp white vinegar 4 tbsp water Mix all ingredients in a bowl with a spoon. Recipe by Veronica Follow me:

Pork and Shrimp Cake

Pork and Shrimp Cake Yeah this is one of my daughter’s favorite and hopefully also yours! 🙂 It could be eaten with warm steamed rice, as side dish or savory snack. It Pork and Shrimp Cake (Photo credit : Veronica) Pork and Shrimp Cake Serve : 8 Ingredients :400 gr ground pork (if you don’t Read More …

Sauteed Lettuce in Oyster Sauce

Sauteed Lettuce in Oyster Sauce This dish is very popular in Hong Kong, they call it “蚝油生菜” (háoyóu shēngcài). It’s cheap and easy, a good companion with Charsiu BBQ Pork and Roasted Five-Spice Pork Belly. Sauteed Lettuce in Oyster Sauce (Photo credit : Veronica) Sauteed Lettuce in Oyster Sauce Serve : 2 Ingredients :½ Lettuce (Iceberg), Read More …

Pulled Pork

“Quick” Pulled Pork I call it “quick” because I make it quicker than other people do. Most of people are making pulled pork with a slow cooker or oven and need at least 5 hours cooking time. I don’t have slow cooker, so I make it with my pressure cooker. This one of my husband’s Read More …

Hayashi Rice

Hayashi Rice I knew this western influenced Japanese dish when I still was in university. There’s a good Japanese restaurant inside the university which has tasty Hayashi Rice with good price. I’ve tried to create my own version of demi-glace (brown sauce) without red wine. For the main ingredients I just use beef, onion, mushrooms, Read More …