|[Weekly Meal Planner] Week Nights Dinners|
Back to the post, for WMP #4 I am compiling a few recipes of our week night dinners which I hope it would be useful in a way to help planning your cooking schedule. Most of the dishes featured this round are rather simple and fuss free like quick soup, omelette, stir-fry vegetables and etc.
STIR-FRY CHICKEN WITH LEEK AND MUSHROOMS
|[Weekly Meal Planner] Stir-fry Chicken with Leeks and Mushroom|
But here instead of the usual way, I decide to do a semi-dry version using chicken, leek and mushroom with a touch of spiciness from adding some chilli (bird's eye chilli).
STIR-FRY LEEK WITH TAU KWA AND ROAST PORK
|[Weekly Meal Planner] Stir-fry Leeks with Roast Pork and Firm Tofu|
STEAMED HERBAL CHICKEN WITH CHESTNUTS
|[Weekly Meal Planner] Steamed Herbal Chicken with Chestnut|
KAU KEE MINCED MEAT SOUP
|[Weekly Meal Planner] Kau Kee Minced Meat Soup|
|[Weekly Meal Planner] Otah Omelette with Green Peas|
GINGER VINEGAR TROTTER
|[Weekly Meal Planner] Ginger Vinegar Trotter|
Surprisingly for me who dislike the taste and smell of vinegar (I don't like vinegar taste in my Minced Meat Noodles - bak chor mee so I often request to omit it) I actually love this dish with the tender meat and jelly like skin that melt in mouth (where the collagen is but kind of fatty in a way). Furthermore the sweet black vinegar also being infused with the fragrant and taste of ginger which makes it goes well with steamed rice or just sip it on it's own.
Lastly hope you would like this week's menu and I would be featuring cafe-style breakfast items on our next weekly meal planner column soon. Till then enjoy your day and have a great week ahead.