Wednesday, March 4, 2015

My cook



Bought this piece of salmon fish at $6, was bargin-ing with the fishmonger if it can be cheaper, the fishmonger mention that the price has increased by $3/kg.

Steam it with the electric lunch box i bought sometimes back.


This piece of Batang fish cost me $6 ($22/kg), at first thought of frying it, 2nd thought, steam it will be better although frying is nice.


I have some chicken wing in the fridge, so i google the web and found this Baked Shrimp Paste Chicken,i tried fried version, but not baked version, so was keen to try it out.


My anyhow cook, braised chicken with tao kwa, mushroom, egg

30 comments:

  1. Your anyhow cook looks very good!

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  2. Yep, if the fish is fresh, I like it steamed too.. Your chicken with taukua and egg looks delicious, can eat a lot of rice with just the gravy and egg..

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    1. Mine is anyhow dump, think of what dump in what, hehe...

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  3. awww nice dishes you have cooked!! and I like the last one, anyhow braised chicken with taukwa and mushroom.. and seems like Sharon likes meat a lot huh?? :p

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    1. So far, i have not tried cook veg. before, so what you see is meat, hehe...

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  4. Salmon fish is very good for us, I will usually pan fry it, yumz!

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  5. Good morning Sharon,
    Your "anyhow cook" simply looks delicious especially the fried chicken!.

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    1. Good afternoon Elaine...

      Thanks for the compliment, that is oven baked, not fried...

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  6. Sharon cooking? All looks good to eat!

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  7. Wah... so hardworking cooking! :)

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    1. Actually, i don't like post one by one, so cook a few, then post together, hehe...

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  8. Oh i love braised tau kua! I can eat that alone! No need rice and other stuff :P

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  9. I like the steamed fish. Healthier. Nice home-cooked meal, Sharon.

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    1. Same here, hehe...

      Thanks for the compliment... :)

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  10. The fish and the braised mushrooms! All I like... too.. my girl was just telling me to braised eggs for her... maybe I will do it when back in Ipoh... hehehe..

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  11. all looking delicious, I am craving for these food :p

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  12. Good ... good... well done to your anyhow cook.

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  13. hahah you changed comment system ya. better this way

    Happy Chap Goh Mei Sharon.

    Wah so much nice FOOD> I wanna wink wink la

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    1. Ya lor, change liao, hehe...

      Happy Chap Goh Mei to you and your family...

      You wink wink, i hint hint, hahaha....

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  14. Looks good, invite me to try your cooking. :D
    元宵节快乐 幸福美满

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    1. Mine no presentation one, kaka...

      Happy Chap Goh Mei to you and Christopher...

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  15. Sharon, you can cook so well. I am eyeing your baked chicken wings and braised chicken with tao kwa, mushroom and egg.

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