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Just now, Silverwing said:

 

Ahh never leh.. I forgot thts y laa.. Ok next time I'll do.. Thanks Garyl kor kor loll

Wash a few times.. boiling water.. till water becomes clear. add ginger to water if you have.. :) No worry..  
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On 27/05/2016 at 9:28 AM, Silverwing said:

 

Ahh never leh.. I forgot thts y laa.. Ok next time I'll do.. Thanks Garyl kor kor loll

 

All your food look delicious. :thumb:

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4 hours ago, jcho said:

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1st time cooking this dish:

Mid-Joint Chicken + 5-Spce Powder + Light & Dark Soy Sauce + Ginger & Garlic + Honey + Celery

 

 

Claps*:clap:

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2 hours ago, Garyl said:

Baked rice with bacon, chicken and cheese.

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Looks good but y is the pic so small? Lol 

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18 minutes ago, Friendly said:

i wanted to show some of my cooking picture using my iphone but don know how.. lor.

You can use the attachment function.

 

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5 hours ago, Cube3 said:

 

This is stir-fried, then garnished with celery? Looks really delicious!

I simply dump everything (except celery) into my AMC pan (waterless cookware) and cook for about 15 minutes.

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4 hours ago, jcho said:

I simply dump everything (except celery) into my AMC pan (waterless cookware) and cook for about 15 minutes.

 

Interesting...AMC pan. Browns...and yet, non-stick? Chicken wings look quite whole, no peeling off of skin caused by sticking?

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On 31 May, 2016 at 2:56 PM, Cube3 said:

 

Interesting...AMC pan. Browns...and yet, non-stick? Chicken wings look quite whole, no peeling off of skin caused by sticking?

Huh, how to explain it? The chicken does not stick to the pan because I have added the marinade (5-Spce Powder + Light & Dark Soy Sauce + Ginger & Garlic + Honey). In waterless (unlike conventional) cooking, the steam forms a seal along the edge of the specially designed lid to prevent vapour from escaping and thus enabling food to stew in its own juices.

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54 minutes ago, jcho said:

Huh, how to explain it? The chicken does not stick to the pan because I have added the marinade (5-Spce Powder + Light & Dark Soy Sauce + Ginger & Garlic + Honey). In waterless (unlike conventional) cooking, the steam forms a seal along the edge of the specially designed lid to prevent vapour from escaping and thus enabling food to stew in its own juices.

 

Hmmm, thanks for explaining, I must suss this out! Interesting!

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8 hours ago, Friendly said:

Hmm.. sorry i find it hard to believe its cook by you and for dinner is just simply not enough. This picture does not looks like home cook food anyway.

 

Search Google by image and it turns up in several food websites, highly unlikely taken by the poster.

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7 hours ago, Cube3 said:

Because a BW principal member told me to eat less...here's a super-light dinner: papaya topped with yoghurt, with a sprinkle of crushed walnut, meusli, coconut and dried inca berries. :huh:

 

35 minutes ago, Garyl said:

2night's dinner. Honey drizzled Peanut butter Jelly sandwich with fruits

 

Think I need both to fill my tummy.

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4 hours ago, Garyl said:

Awesome.. . What brand of batter did you use? Use a deep fryer?

 

Kelong lah, that pic is ripped from the internet, he didn't cook that nor take that pic.

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11 hours ago, Cube3 said:

Because a BW principal member told me to eat less...here's a super-light dinner: papaya topped with yoghurt, with a sprinkle of crushed walnut, meusli, coconut and dried inca berries. :huh:

 

Cube3: that is really superlight, U r very obedient leh
a principal member advice's heeded well

 

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Am a little disappointed with my curry chicken.

It lacked the fragrant aroma (didn't add curry leaves as I couldn't find them in the market).

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3 hours ago, jcho said:

Am a little disappointed with my curry chicken.

It lacked the fragrant aroma (didn't add curry leaves as I couldn't find them in the market).

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I get that problem sometimes too, if fail to fry the spices properly at first. I also try to use fresh coconut milk...more fragrant. But looks fantastic...mouth-watering! :lol:

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This curry chicken looks good and best of all not too oily.. the way i like it. As for the leaves if it is always important to you, you may want to consider buying a pot of plant from the garden.. that way you can always have leaves of your own lor.. I going to get one soon.. 

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On 17 June 2016 at 1:58 PM, Guest Cooker said:

 

Kelong lah, that pic is ripped from the internet, he didn't cook that nor take that pic.

@Ethan_Oleh s trying to say he cooked tempura, so he showed u what he has possibly done by using a sample pic as he didnt take a pic after he fried then

 

 

 

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Honey Soy Roast Chicken Drumlets with Garlic and Broccoli..

 

It's been a while.. Enjoy ;) 

 

Ps. Also credit to @blaque for making this together with me.

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2 hours ago, Silverwing said:

Honey Soy Roast Chicken Drumlets with Garlic and Broccoli..

 

It's been a while.. Enjoy ;) 

 

Ps. Also credit to @blaque for making this together with me.

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Yummy for this dish , as well as silverwing and Blacque too, kekekekeke

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4 hours ago, lovehandle said:

making me hungggryyyyy again, this thread

Yum Yum... me2!

Btw, does any1 know what kind of fish is used to cook sliced fish porridge?

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1 minute ago, jcho said:

Yum Yum... me2!

Btw, does any1 know what kind of fish is used to cook slice fish porridge?

that is a good qn, I think my mum usually called it in a dialect language

but rem not to coat your sliced fish with flour before u boil it/steam it, pan-fried it .... too artificial for me (unless it is deepfried version)

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