Showing posts with label Egg. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Egg. Show all posts

Tuesday, 28 October 2014

[recipes] 5 Fuss-Free Homemade Pizza Using Perfect Italiano Pizza Plus

Fuss-Free Homemade Pizza using Perfect Italiano Pizza Plus
Have you ever tried making pizza at home where you could add in your favourite toppings like more cheese, ham, mushroom and etc. Or you just prefer to pick up the phone and dial for a home delivery to save the hassle on preparing the necessary ingredients or time spent in the kitchen.

For our family, we prefer to make our own pizza at home because we love to work on the dough as well as the ingredients. Furthermore homemade pizza smells fantastic when they are baking in the oven and we after which we get to eat hot and fresh pizza with oozing cheese when compare to those home delivered pizza.

Saturday, 19 April 2014

Hello Kitty Brunch, Hello Kitty Pop-Up Toaster plus Giveaway

[Cornell Hello Kitty Pop-Up Toaster] Hello Kitty Brunch
Few weeks ago, I received two very kawaii Hello Kitty print toasters from Cornell to do a review plus a giveaway for our readers. The toaster has a very eye-catching red and white design which brings smile to anyone who used it. Furthermore this pop-up toaster also enable you to have a Hello Kitty print on the toasted bread too.

So with the long Easter Weekend instead of bunny brunch we decided to have Hello Kitty Brunch whereby I could test out the lovely toaster.

Thursday, 13 March 2014

Baked Egg Cake (烤鸡蛋糕)

Baked Egg Cake - 烤鸡蛋糕
Currently this Baked Egg Cake (烤鸡蛋糕) is one of the popular cakes amount online home bakers from one of the Facebook group known as "I Love Baking And Cooking - 我愛烘培,我愛做飯". And thanks to all the lovely members I have learn quite a few tips from those who always inspire each other with new ideas either in baking or cooking.

Sunday, 31 March 2013

Happy Egg-Citing Easter!

Received some hot cross buns as take home gift after our church service this morning. So without hesitate, I decided to use it to make an Egg-Citing Easter Bento for my boy's lunch. To enhance the bento with Easter mood, I decorated it with some "chicky" design such as hen, chick and heart-shaped egg using his favourite quail eggs.

Rejoice And Celebrate!!!! Here we wish everyone a wonderful and blessed Happy Egg-citing Easter! Cheer, remember to hut for more bunny and eggs..........


Wednesday, 27 March 2013

Quick Easter Bunny Bento

With Easter Sunday coming up this weekend, I prepared a quick Easter Pizza Bento for my boy as his breakfast.  Actually there are nothing complicated about this bento, what I did was transformed the pizza toast which I had made previously into something Easter themed with Bunny and Easter Egg.

After which just use your imagination to decorate the bunny as well as the oval shape so that it would resemble Easter egg design.


QUICK EASTER BUNNY BENTO



(Serves: 1  | Preparation: 10 minutes )



Ingredients:
2 Pieces of Wholemeal Bread
1 Slice of Picnic Ham
1 Slice of Sandwich Cheese
1 Cherry Tomato, halved
Some Tomato Base Pasta Sauce
Some Mozzarella Grated
Garnish with dried parsley and grated Parmesan cheese
Easter Theme Cutters

Method:-
1. Using a Bunny and Oval shaped food cutter, cutout the shapes from the wholemeal bread. Set aside.

2. Lightly toast the bread for about 1 - 2 minutes in a toaster oven till slightly crisp.

3. Spread a layer of tomato sauce on the toasted bread, top it with some Mozzarella cheese.

4. Decorate it with ham, sandwich cheese and tomato then bake it for another 30 seconds or more to melt the cheese


5. When done, serve pizza with some fresh fruits and milk (or juice).



OTHER EASTER RELATED RECIPES


Easter Chicky Bento with "3D Pumpkin Rice Chick" plus side-dishes such as Nuggets, Pumpkin Sliced and Cherry Tomato sandwich with cheese to complete the meal.

Easter Cupcakes baked using empty egg shells which had being dyed with food colourings.

Chocolate Hot Cross Bun, a prefect treat for coming Easter.

Nested Easter featured volcano like toasted loaf which consists runny soft-boiled egg, extra bits of fried bacon that served together with a bed of shredded cucumber and mixed dried fruits.

Lastly for this coming long weekend, I would like to wish everyone a Happy Easter Holiday.

Monday, 14 January 2013

Huiji Mui Fan

Mui Fan (烩饭) is one of my favourite childhood dish and even until now I still love this dish despite of whether homecook or store bought from the Cze Char stall(煮炒摊). You can easily create your own style of Mui Fan with different ingredients such as seafood, meat or vegetables. In this post, I would share with you a new version of my "herbal flavour" mui fan using Huiji Waist Tonic and Red Wine Lees.


HUIJI MUI FAN


With a twist and inspiration from my usual mui fan, I decided to come out with something herbal and nourishing for the family. Also mui fan can be consider as a quick one dish meal which consists of cooked rice, meat, vegetables, egg(optional) and gravy in a plate. I love this type of comfort dish which is so easy to prepare and with less washing up to do too.


(Serves: 2 | Preparation: 5 minutes | Cooking: 5 minutes)

Ingredients:
150g Pork Fillet, thinly sliced
60ml Huiji Waist Tonic
2 Serving Of Cooked Brown Rice
4 Slices Ginger, shredded
1 Stalk Spring Onion, cut into sections
2 Tablespoons of Hong Zao (red wine lees), optional
2 Tablespoons Sesame Oil
1 - 2 Eggs


Method:-
1. Preheat frying pan with 2 tablespoons of sesame oil, sauté ginger and spring onion till fragrant.

2. Stir in pork slices and cook 10 seconds, add in the red wine lees if using and continue to fry till meat is cooked.

3. Pour in 60ml Huiji Waist Tonic, crack in egg(s) and gently give the mixtures a few stirs. Simmer the mixture for 10 seconds.

4. Off the heat, season mixture with salt and pepper before spooning it on top of the cooked rice.

5. Garnish with some chopped spring onion, cut chilli and serve immediately.


As for this dish, try to use either pork or chicken fillet so that the meat can be easily cooked and remains tender when bite. And also for those who like pork liver, you can add in some together with the pork fillet to create a better flavour and texture for this dish.

Tuesday, 6 November 2012

Huiji Minced Meat Noodle

Minced Meat Noodle also known as "Bak Chor Mee (肉脞面)" is a popular local noodle dish which could be easily found at most food eateries in Singapore. Here I am sharing a version of our quick homemade Minced Meat Noodles which I have added some herbal taste to it. And this dish could also be consumed by woman who is doing confinement or anyone who wish to have a twist of herbal taste from their usual noodle.


HUIJI MINCED MEAT NOODLES


Our minced meat noodle is made with Angel Hair Pasta instead of those handmade egg noodles which are commonly found at the noodle stalls. And for a fusion taste, I used angel hair pasta which cooks faster and yet with a similar springy texture when compared to the fresh egg noodles. To flavour the taste of the noodles I also add in some Huiji Waist Tonic to act as seasoning instead of using oyster sauce or chilli/tomato sauce.


(Serves: 2  | Preparation: 10 minutes | Cooking: 10 minutes)

Ingredients:
  • 250g Dried Angel Hair Pasta
  • 150g Minced Meat
  • Some Baby Bok Choy
  • 4 Garlic Cloves, finely minced
  • 4 Shiitake Mushroom, sliced
  • 2 Eggs
  • 2 Cup (40ml, using huiji measuring cup) Huiji Waist Tonic

Marinade:
1 Teaspoon Minced Ginger
1 Teaspoon Sesame Oil
1/2 Teaspoon Cornflour
1 Teaspoon Light Soy Sauce
1/2 Teaspoon Dark Soy Sauce, optional


Method:-
1. Marinate the minced meat with marinade and set aside. Blanch bok choy with boiling water for 10 – 15 seconds. Remove, rinse with water and set aside to drain.

2. Follow the packaging instruction; blanch pasta in salted boiling water until al dente. Remove and drain well.

3. Preheat frying pan with 1 tablespoon of cooking oil, sauté garlic till fragrant, add in shiitake mushrooms and fry for 30 seconds.

4. Stir in minced meat, fry till fragrant and cook through by using spatula to loosen up the meat cluster, if any.

5. Lastly add in pasta, give it a quick toss, drizzle in 40ml Huiji Waist Tonic and stir till combined

6. Remove and divide into two serving plates, serve bok choy and sunny side-up egg by the sides.


To complete the dish, you could add-on some blanched vegetables, sunny side-up egg, fishballs or etc according to your own preference.  I love the addition of the Huiji Waist Tonic which gives the dish a mild herbal taste without over powering it with strong herbal aroma.  Indeed this might be a good way to incorporate some nourish herbal treat in our daily meal.

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