Saturday, 4 April 2009

Dinner with the Tungs

I love this dish when i was younger. Mum used to make it for me and her's still taste better even up till today.

Made a couple of mistakes with this dish today though. Firstly, I refused to use the teflon frying pan. Instead I decided to use my non-seasoned non-stick wok.. :(.. Secondly... I have forgotten to add soy sauce.. haha the girls must be wondering why it tasted bland lol. I did try to cover it up with some salt but it just never tasted the same.

- 6 eggs
- 200g mince pork (chinese supermarket pork is better as it has higher fat content. of course if u are health conscious go for the English supermarket mince as they have a higher lean meat content)
- 3/4 tbsp of light soy sauce for every 2 eggs (use abit of agaration laa..)

Heat oil till hot. Drop in the egg mixture. Pan fry. Do the flip if you can. Serve hot with spring onions.

Bought this sauce from Singapore when i came back this time round. Another great product from Lee Kum kee. Most people are quite accustomed to the taste of their black bean sauce but I wanted something with an added kick.

What I like about it is the right balance of spiciness and saltiness. Taste Gooooooodd!!!...

- 1 Packet chicken wing (approx 8-9 wings)
- 2 table spoon LKK spicy bean sauce
- 1 table spoon oyster sauce
- drizzle of sesame seed oil
- some mince garlic

Heat the oil till hot. Stir fry the garlic. Throw in the chicken wings. Fry for a bit till its brown. Cover and simmer. (add some water if it dries up). Pour in the sauces. Stir and continue to simmer for about 10 - 15 mins.
Serve with Spring onions.

*Spring onions are fantastic for garnishing and can be quite versatile in chinese or english cooking. Keep them in a bag to prevent them from drying out.

*Throw some sliced red chilli and green chilli in for added spiciness and colour

TrioD is my lazy way of calling a dessert made up of a cake, icecream and a fruit. Its extremely easy to fix together and when presented elegantly can a classy item. Thanks to the girls for providing the victorian sponge cake and strawberries.

Victorian sponge cake 3 pounds
Box of strawberries 3 pounds
Green and black organic ice cream 2 pounds
me too
Served 4 people with sufficient leftovers for 2 more helpings.

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