We love to travel as a family, a great way to bond and create memories!
And I love to cook for my family too!
This blog is for me to document our vacay fun moments as well as recipes which worked for my boys! :) Hope u'll enjoy reading and find the info useful.
Recipe • Seaweed Chicken
There are some mornings whereby I'll prepare & fry up "home made frozen food" while both the boys are in school. These are commonly known as 常備菜 & are my time saver! I can easily reheat in the oven/airfryer for school lunchbox or after-school lunch or as add-ons to dinner side dish!
I'm sharing the recipe for Seaweed Chicken which is Lil K's top favorite!
Ingredients (Yields 18-20pcs)
1 Chicken Breast (Boneless,Skinless)
Nori sheet (Sushi seaweed)
4tsp Light Soy Sauce
•Wash & dab dry chicken breast.
•Cut chicken breast into strips of 2cm by 4cm.
•Marinate chicken with seasoning, set aside for about 45mins. (Or leave in fridge for a few hours)
•Cut nori sheet into strips of 1.5cm by 4cm & roll nori strip around each slice of chicken. The nori strip will soften & stick onto chicken.
•Heat a pan with some oil, shallow fry the seaweed chicken til brown & cooked.
•Store the chicken pieces in an airtight container/ziplock bag after cooled. These can be kept in freezer for up to 2 weeks. To consume, reheat in oven/airfryer.
Homemade Seaweed Chicken & Soba was Lil K's favourite since 2012!
I'm excited that my first bake of year 2018 turned out successful and tasted nicer than I expected! For someone like me who don't bake often enough and only has 2hrs+ to spare in the mornings, each successful attempt at baking something that my boys can enjoy eating is so precious to me!
You'll need Morinaga Hotcake Premix and a paw print baking tray for this Morinaga Paw Print Cake recipe, you may use baking tray in other designs too.
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I've been wanting to make some home made snacks for CNY (Chinese New Year).
With limited time in the mornings while the boys are in school, pineapple tarts and kueh bangkit are certainly not on my to-do list.
And the snack I make must be something my boys will eat, otherwise it defeats the purpose! So.... Honey Cornflakes it shall be! It's really easy and took me less than 30mins!
Makes about 40 pieces (3.5cm cupcake case) Ingredients:
150gm Plain Cornflakes
50gm Unsalted Butter
Sufficient amount of Hundreds & Thousands (to sprinkle) Method:
•Gently crush up the cornflakes and pour into a mixing bowl.
•Lay cupcake casings on baking tray.
•Melt butter and honey over low fire, till it turns frothy.
•Pour the hot mixture into cornflakes and mix well.
•Scoop the cornflake mix into cupcake casings and sprinkle "Hundreds & Thousands" on top.
•Preheat oven at 150degC and bake for about 12mins until cornflakes turn golden brown.
⚠️ Oven temperature and timing …
Have you encountered the kids telling you that they don't like minced pork because it has a dry and rough texture,hard to chew and start spitting out the meat or rejecting it totally?
There is an important step to making stirfry minced pork smooth! This recipe is very easy to follow & very suitable for young kids! It's really versatile too, you can add diced/chopped veggie, topped over tofu or just served as it is! Brown Sauce Minced Pork Tofu Ingredient:
1 block of soft Tofu
80-100gm Minced Pork
2 pieces Baby Corn*, diced
1 clove Garlic, chopped Marinate:
1/2Tbs Light Soy sauce
1Tbs Huadiao Wine
1/2Tbs Sesame Oil
2tsp Cornflour Seasoning:
50ml Water (to be added to minced pork)
1/2Tbs Oyster sauce (add more if u pref saltier)
1tsp Kicap Manis (sweeten dark sauce)
More water if required Method:
•Marinate minced pork, mix well. Cover and leave in fridge for at least 3hrs.
•Remove pork from fridge about 30mins before cooking.
•Remove tofu from package box and rinse. Pl…