Monday, September 30, 2013

Croquettes/Thank you


When i saw the Japanese Salted Salmon Croquettes from Sonia blog, tempted me to do it, but mine is the lazy version, i used canned salmon spread instead of Japanese Salted Salmon as in Sonia blog.


Thanks to Grace for the postcard from Chengdu when she went there for holiday.


20 comments:

  1. delicious croquettes and nice postcard..

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  2. wishing you a great week ahead

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  3. I think I am like you... always take short cut when it comes to cooking.. hahaha...

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  4. Good Morning Sharon! The haze is gone! Thanks to the rain!

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  5. I love to eat Croquettes!! Yum! Yum!

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  6. The Panda sent you a postcard from Chengdu!!!! Nice!

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  7. SK

    Good morning...

    Mine is lazy version, hehe...

    U too have a great week ahead... :)


    Claire

    I'm a lazy person, but can make it more simple, i will make it simple, hehe....


    Twilight Man

    Good afternoon...

    Now cloudy weather in Singapore...

    Me too, hehe...

    Yes, it's a nice postcard, hehe...

    U too have a great week... :)


    Small Kucing

    Lazy people doing lazy version, hehe...


    Suituapui

    Thanks... :)

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  8. Hi there, these croquettes looks yummy la!

    Very nice postcard too!
    Have a nice day!

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  9. Hello Sharon, you are really diligent, always trying out new recipe. Your salmon croquettes must be delicious!

    Nice postcard!

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  10. 点辣椒酱吃会不会更棒啊?!>_<

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  11. Wenn

    If use salmon will be better, instead of the canned one, hehe....


    Hayley

    Was tempted to do it, hehe...

    Ya, the postcard is nice... :)


    Mun

    Only that i was lazy, i used canned salmon spread, hehe...

    Ya, nice postcard... :)


    Vincent

    Ya, goes well with chilli sauce, hehe...

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  12. no prbs, hope you like it ^^
    Croquettes look yummy~

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  13. Hi Sharon,
    Your version of croquettes looks yum!
    Between this is the answer to your question :) 1 cup of flour =140 gram
    Try this link http://cafefernando.com/conversion-tables/ too.
    ( sorry there is a little typo error up there so I deleted it : p)
    Cheers!
    mui


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  14. Grace

    Thank you once again for the postcard... :)

    Mine is lazy version... hehe...


    Mui Mui

    Thanks for the link, will go take a look... :)

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