Wednesday 31 August 2005

Portuguese Chicken & Raisin Rice......

This Portuguese Chicken is done by using MasterFoods Portuguese Chicken Seasoning which blends the wonderful flavour of lemon and chilli to create a traditional "Portuguese" dish at home. This dish is pretty simple, what you need to do is just marinate the meat for a few hours then grill. pan-fry or bake in the oven till cooked.

Butter Raisin Rice

This Butter Raisin Rice goes well with any baked or grilled poultry and it has buttery taste and nutty fragrant that is very appetizing to go with meat dish. As for the rice ingredients you can always add or remove ingredients according to your preference such as; adding roasted cashew nut instead of almond or dried mixed fruits instead of raisin and etc

Friday 26 August 2005

Grill Mushroom With Mixed Vegetables & Tuna Mayo Tomatoes

Always wanted to try grilling some veggie so I decided to test out with the beautiful tomato and mushroom which I bought earlier. To begin with dinner, I turned the veggie into two starter dishes; Grill Portobello With Mixed Vegetables and Stuffed Tomato With Tuna Mayonnaise.

Wednesday 24 August 2005

Chicken Carbonara

Yummy!!!! This creamy Chicken Carbonara is one of my favourite because I prefer creamy white sauce than tomato sauce. Besides that the extra cheese topping also makes it even more tasty.

Saturday 20 August 2005

Deep-Fry Prawn Toasts

Suddenly we have the urge to eat Prawn Toast so I modify slightly from one of my old recipe and come up with this. It's took about 30 minutes from preparation to deep-fry and it definitely worth the effort when you see and try the end-result. By seeing this, one of my friend even thought I cut out this photo from one of those food magazine.

Wednesday 17 August 2005

Deep-fry Lemon Fish Strips

Had this for yesterday night dinner. This is a simple and easy to prepare dish which you can try out it too.

Ingredients: (serves 2)
1 Piece of Dory Fillet
1 Cup Self-Raising Flour
1/2 Cup Milk
1/2 Cup Water
1 Egg York
1 Teaspoon Lemon Rinds

1. Cut fillet into strips and marinate it with some pepper and extra lemon rinds.
2. Sift flour into a large bowl and gradually whisk in combined milk, water, yolk and lemon rinds until smooth and consistency of pouring cream
3. Set batter aside for 15 minutes.
4. Heat oil until a piece of bread sizzles as soon as it is added.
5. Dust fish in flour with a few pieces at a time. Dip into batter, draining off excess and deep-fry for about 3 minutes until golden and cooked through.
6. Drain on kitchen paper and keep warm then continue with remaining fish.

Note: You can do a Seafood Basket by add in Prawns, Calamari, and Chips.