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Moi boring but simple and healthy home-cooked dinner (Reboot)

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+1 tonight moi making spaghetti

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I just ate maggi mee with telur.

 

Trying to save some money, for winter once in 50 years!

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seben pifty oredi. wat's for dinner ?

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Stirfry kale and radish soup....

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hop the spagetti @Sofero is not begetarian too.

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Stirfry kale and radish soup....

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Rooks good. Cooked by who?

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+1 tonight moi making spaghetti

 

cooked this on satday nite...

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saturday...no kayaloti, so made another batch of buah keluak for sunday dinner

 

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the oil from the nut oozes out and makes the gravy blackish and nice

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tonite made prawns with pineapple and still got leftover buah keluak (nicer after 2 days!)

 

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I just ate maggi mee with telur.

 

Trying to save some money, for winter once in 50 years!

 

Zimpleman..what we discussed the last time..hee hee. You made me salivate then..

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Rooks good. Cooked by who?

 

of cos the master himself...

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of cos the master himself...

 

Thks for the heads up. Still pretty new to this forum.

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tonite made prawns with pineapple and still got leftover buah keluak (nicer after 2 days!)

 

dinner%2015aug.jpg

 

 

Zimpleman..what we discussed the last time..hee hee. You made me salivate then..

 

If you mince the fresh garlic into very fine, then slowly fry in low heat till crispy light brown, save it to one side. When you drop the egg into the pan at low flame sprinkle the fried garlic around the yolk, then increase the heat to get the same bulls eye. The taste is heaven, the yolk is sweet, with the bitter taste of the garlic and the aroma it gives around the throat, when swallowing. Some people may not like this taste, so it would be best to ask, otherwise all your hard effort will gone to waste.

 

Nice dish, how about sambal tumis, or Hea Bee Hiam.

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If you mince the fresh garlic into very fine, then slowly fry in low heat till crispy light brown, save it to one side. When you drop the egg into the pan at low flame sprinkle the fried garlic around the yolk, then increase the heat to get the same bulls eye. The taste is heaven, the yolk is sweet, with the bitter taste of the garlic and the aroma it gives around the throat, when swallowing. Some people may not like this taste, so it would be best to ask, otherwise all your hard effort will gone to waste.

 

Nice dish, how about sambal tumis, or Hea Bee Hiam.

 

Thanks for the tips. Will try one of these days and give you feedback.

As for the haybee..i cook this quite often for snacks...:D

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Thanks for the tips. Will try one of these days and give you feedback.

As for the haybee..i cook this quite often for snacks...:D

 

You can use the hea bee hiam to fry with brinjal or lady fingers, add fried fish cake cut into slices, prawns or sotong and mince meat.

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You can use the hea bee hiam to fry with brinjal or lady fingers, add fried fish cake cut into slices, prawns or sotong and mince meat.

 

You get extra heavy don't blame me, hokay!

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Rooks good. Cooked by who?

俺老孙

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the soup rook naise

It is delicious!

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add any bak insai or juz veggy onli?

Moi soups always got meat, if no meat chiu can try put chestnuts and arrowroot to get similar meat taste...

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hop the spagetti @Sofero is not begetarian too.

Tot @panda jiak bamboo one?

Almost vegetarian one then last min I chop up some frozen prawn throw in. Forgot to gpgt too hungry nom finished last night batch oready. Maybe tonight sic. Thrown in alot of grated cheddar cheese oso. Jhj

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俺老孙

 

俺老孙 = Ǎn

lǎo sūn

 

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Wah sai, rearLEE Jiang the PIG.

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