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Re: What is your dinner?

Postby Jennifer » Thu Dec 21, 2017 5:57 pm

Planning to pan fry beaten eggs with onion n some luncheon meat, stir fry a 大白菜
Dunno what to do with the minced pork n pork belly.

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Re: What is your dinner?

Postby starlight1968sg » Thu Dec 21, 2017 6:00 pm

Jennifer wrote:Planning to pan fry beaten eggs with onion n some luncheon meat, stir fry a 大白菜
Dunno what to do with the minced pork n pork belly.

For minced pork, you can add a beaten egg and steam

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Re: What is your dinner?

Postby Jennifer » Thu Dec 21, 2017 7:00 pm

starlight1968sg wrote:
Jennifer wrote:Planning to pan fry beaten eggs with onion n some luncheon meat, stir fry a 大白菜
Dunno what to do with the minced pork n pork belly.

For minced pork, you can add a beaten egg and steam


Already cooked this dish this week.

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Re: What is your dinner?

Postby ammonite » Fri Dec 22, 2017 1:34 pm

Jennifer wrote:Planning to pan fry beaten eggs with onion n some luncheon meat, stir fry a 大白菜
Dunno what to do with the minced pork n pork belly.


Ma po tofu for minced pork, roasted pork belly with garlic cloves and baby tomatoes.

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Re: What is your dinner?

Postby Jennifer » Sat Dec 23, 2017 11:51 am

Planning to cook cola chicken midwings, pan fry small whole fish, steam prawns, stir fry xiao bai cai and lotus root soup for dinner today.

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Re: What is your dinner?

Postby Jennifer » Sat Dec 23, 2017 9:07 pm

We were at Pei Hwa wet market yesterday, chanced upon a type of prawns with a blue coloured tip at its tail. The fishmonger told us this type is rarely available and its texture is crunchy.
We bought 500g @ $20 per kg.
Steamed 8 pcs today for 5 minutes.
Yummilious

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Re: What is your dinner?

Postby Jennifer » Mon Dec 25, 2017 8:01 pm

Pan fry scallops and prawns with butter
Stew pork belly with box tofu and hard boiled eggs
Stir fry cai xin

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Re: What is your dinner?

Postby MyPillow » Mon Dec 25, 2017 8:04 pm

Jennifer wrote:We were at Pei Hwa wet market yesterday, chanced upon a type of prawns with a blue coloured tip at its tail. The fishmonger told us this type is rarely available and its texture is crunchy.
We bought 500g @ $20 per kg.
Steamed 8 pcs today for 5 minutes.
Yummilious


Price sounds reasonable- I would like to try too

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Re: What is your dinner?

Postby Jennifer » Tue Dec 26, 2017 8:03 am

MyPillow wrote:
Jennifer wrote:We were at Pei Hwa wet market yesterday, chanced upon a type of prawns with a blue coloured tip at its tail. The fishmonger told us this type is rarely available and its texture is crunchy.
We bought 500g @ $20 per kg.
Steamed 8 pcs today for 5 minutes.
Yummilious


Price sounds reasonable- I would like to try too


We were at Ghim Moh wet market this morning, did not see this blue tip tail prawns at any of the stalls in this market. Not sure how readily available is this type of prawn. Hubby told me to buy some more if I see them again.

If you r going to the Pei Hwa wet market, go to the stall opposite the Indian spices stall.
We bought from this stall. The other stalls do not have this prawn.

I pan fry the balance 5 pieces for yesterday's dinner. The flesh is firm after 3 minutes on each side. I think I have slightly overcooked them.

Btw I pan fry the prawns and scallops together in the non- stick fry pan with 10g Lurpak butter.
There were some juices left in the pan, so I put in a bowl of cooked rice and fry the rice in the juice.
Hubby n ah boy sampled the fried rice n commented it was very tasty.

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Re: What is your dinner?

Postby Jennifer » Tue Dec 26, 2017 7:22 pm

Fish ball + quail eggs in soup
Stir fry cai xin hua
Pan fry pomfret
Stew box tofu in yesterday leftover stew of pork belly

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