Monthly Archives: May, 2014

Baked Honey Pork Meatball Buns

I had some leftover uncooked longganisa in the fridge and I thought I would turn it to something else as I just cooked a batch the usual way:  by frying and serving them with rice and egg for breakfast. I thought hmmm maybe i can make pork buns today but instead of the usual steam buns, I …

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Steamed Chicken

My parents were sleeping over last weekend, and I thought I’d prepare something healthy particularly for my father.  I decided to steam some chicken breasts and it was great to eat on a cool night.  Healthy too. What you need: about 1 kilo chicken breasts, cut into 1 inch cubes 2 tablespoons soy sauce 2 teaspoons …

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My (simple) Chicken Karaage

  Here again, is another chicken recipe from this chicken lover! What you need: about 1 kilo of chicken thigh fillets (I did NOT take out the skin :)), cut into 1 inch pieces 1 thumb sized ginger, peeled and chopped very finely 2 cloves garlic, minced 6 tablespoons soy sauce 4 teaspoons white sugar …

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Foster Boy

I never really knew what a foster child until I met one.  I first met him when he was around 5 years old.  I didn’t know he was a foster child until I heard from my daughter and a school staff that he was.  I didn’t know that the lady who always brought him to …

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My Hainanese Chicken

Usually the Hainanese Chicken I order from restaurants are whiter in colour than this one that I make at home.  This is because there is an ingredient I added that gives it a brownish colour, and it’s the way I want my Hainanese Chicken to taste.  For this recipe, you can use a whole chicken, …

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