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 • Airfried Crispy Crabstick Strips
Ohhhhh these are the legendary irresistable crispy crabstick snack that got many homecooks making them at home!!! It's my first time making these and in fact, also the first time tasting them! I've never tried those that were sold outside and of course, not willing to spend 10 over bucks on them! #CalculativeModeOn
There are many recipes and methods circulating online. Some used deep-fried method, oven baked and air-fried method. I decided to use the latter! And because of the many different methods going around on how to achieve a nice golden crisp for this inexpensive snack, I really don't know how and who to credit. So if you happen to read and think this is your original recipe, do drop me an email. I'll be happy to credit you. Thanks :)
Ok, here's how I did my Air-fried Crispy Crabstick Strips!
1 pkt of Crabsticks
I used this brand :)
•Thaw crabsticks and unroll them, then tear into strips about 0.5-1cm wide.
•After all the crabsticks are teared, use kitchen towel to gently press out any excess moisture.
•Toss the strips with 2 tablespoons of oil. Mix well.
•Line Airfryer(AF) with aluminium foil.
•Pour all the crabsticks into AF, set temperature at 150degC for 5mins.
•I went through 5 cycles of 150degC/5mins. Tossing the crabsticks after every 5mins. And picking out all the golden brown crabsticks after 5 cycles.
•Those that were still not evenly browned went on another round of AF-ing, at 140degC for 3mins.
•Leave all the strips to cool & they're ready to be packed into tubs!
Enjoy munching & remember to drink lots of water!! 😃
If you're keen on trying another easy peasy snack for CNY, here's the link :)
I'm sharing a quick & easy recipe of Braised Ee Fu Noodles, it's one of Lil K's favourite & he calls it "T-shirt Noodles" 😅 because Ee Fu sounds like "clothing" in Mandarin.
So... Ee Fu = T-shirt, geddit? 😃😃😃
And of late, "flying noodles" seem to be very popular on social media! Since it's the month of Halloween 👻👻, I thought it would be fun to trick my kids! I'm sharing the tutorial to create "flying noodles" at the end of this post.
Braised Ee Fu Noodles Ingredients (1-2pax serving):
1pc Ee Fu Noodles
2 cloves Garlic, minced
1/4 boneless Chicken breast, sliced
3 Prawns,remove shell & slice half lengthwise
2 Crabsticks, cut into 8pcs
Handful of Bunashimeiji mushroom
Coriander & Spring onion to garnish Seasoning:
1tsp Light Soy Sauce
1TBS Oyster Sauce
Dashes of Dark Soy Sauce
80ml Water Method:
•In a separate bowl, lightly season chicken breast & prawns. A pinch of the seas…
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…
I was given the opportunity in this collaboration between Dancing Chef™ (Singapore) and Singapore Home Cooks (Facebook).
Using Dancing Chef™ Laksa paste and Hainanese Chicken Rice paste to create dishes other than the usual bowl of laksa and chicken rice.
I'm sharing my first featured dish today as well as the recipe, using Dancing Chef™ Hainanese Chicken Rice paste. This is the base ingredient for the special sauce.
Dancing Chef™ pastes contain no MSG, preservatives or artificial colouring, making them a natural product. And this dish is also suitable for young children, making it a dish for the whole family to enjoy!
Steamed Tofu and Prawns, topped with Hainanese Chicken Rice sauce.
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1 block of Tofu
4 medium size Prawns
2 TBS Fish Paste …