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Fried Rice With Egg and Ginger

Fried Rice With Egg & Ginger

 

Ingredients:

300g cooked rice

50g ginger, peeled & shredded

2 eggs, lightly beaten

2 tbsp sesame oil

1 tbsp light soy sauce

Method:

1.  Heat a wok with 2 tbsp sesame oil.  Fry the ginger shreds over low heat till golden brown.

2.  Add the lightly beaten eggs and stir-fry till cooked.

3.  Add the cooked rice and light soy sauce and stir-fry well till fragrant.

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November 22nd, 2014 Posted by | Confinement Food | no comments

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Fried Rice With Char Siew & Pine Nuts

 

Fried Rice With Char Siew & Pine Nuts

 

Ingredients:

300g cooked rice

100g char siew, diced

2 long beans, diced

2 cloves garlic, minced

1 tbsp pine nuts

2 tbsp sesame oil

Seasoning:

1 tbsp light soy sauce

1/4 tsp dark soy sauce

Method:

1.  Rinse pine nuts, pat dry with kitchen towel and fry in skillet for a while.  Remove and set aside.

2.  Heat 2 tbsp sesame oil in wok and fry the minced garlic till fragrant.  Add char siew and long beans and fry well.

3.  Add the cooked rice and seasoning and stir-fry well.  Add pine nuts and stir lightly to combine.

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November 22nd, 2014 Posted by | Confinement Food | no comments

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Pig Liver Soup

Liver Soup

 

Ingredients:

150g pig liver

20g fresh ginger, shredded

500ml water

Marinade:

2 tsp light soy sauce

1 tsp sesame oil

1/4 tsp pepper

1 tbsp Shaoxing wine

1/2 tsp cornstarch

Method:

1.  Rinse pig liver and slice thinly.  Marinate with marinade for 15 minutes.

2.  Bring water to a boil.  Add in ginger shreds and liver slices and give a quick stir to distribute the liver slices.

3.  Remove pot from heat, cover and let steep for a further 15-20 minutes.

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November 21st, 2014 Posted by | Confinement Food, Soups | no comments

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Pig Trotter With Ginger and Vinegar

Pig's Trotter In Black Vinegar

 

Ingredients:

1 pig trotter (foreleg) about 1.5 kg

500g old ginger

500g young ginger

1 bottle sweet black vinegar (750ml bottle)

750ml black vinegar

750ml water

150g brown sugar

5 tbsp sesame oil

1 tbsp salt

5 hard boiled eggs

Method:

1.  Peel and wash ginger.  Cut half into chunks and slice the remaining half.  Flatten ginger chunks lightly with a cleaver and set aside to dry.

2.  Heat a wok and dry fry the ginger over medium heat for 5 minutes.  Add 5 tbsp sesame oil and fry ginger until dry and fragrant.

3.  Add the sweet and sour vinegar, sugar and water.  Cover pot and bring to a boil then reduce heat and let simmer for 1 hour.

4.  Clean and cut pig trotter into big chunks.  Parboil with 3 slices of ginger and 1 tbsp Hua Teow Chiu for 20 minutes.  Rinse and drain well.

5.  Heat wok and stir-fry the blanched trotter pieces for a while.  Add 1 tbsp sugar and continue to stir-fry until the sugar is dissolved and fragrant.

6.  Bring the vinegar back to a boil.  Add in the fried trotter pieces, cover and simmer for 30 minutes.

7.  Boil eggs in a pot of water with 1 tsp salt and 2 tsp vinegar for 10 minutes.  Remove and soak in cold water.  Shell eggs and add to vinegar soup and continue to simmer for another 30 minutes.  Lastly season with 1 tbsp salt.

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November 21st, 2014 Posted by | Confinement Food | no comments

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Papaya Fish Soup

 

Papaya Fish Soup

Ingredients:

500g fish bones, preferably threadfin

1 small green papaya

15 red dates, stoned

2 tbsp wolfberries

1 knob ginger

3 litres water

1 tsp salt

Method:

1.  Remove papaya skin, cut into half and remove the seeds.  Cut papaya halves into chunks.

2.  Wash fish bones and drain.

3.  Place the fish bones, papaya chunks, rinsed red dates and wolfberries and ginger into a large pot.

4.  Add 3 litres water and bring to a boil.  When boiled, lower heat and let simmer for 3 hours.

5.  Add salt to taste.

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April 16th, 2013 Posted by | Confinement Food | one comment

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Pig’s Trotter With Black Beans Soup

Trotter With Black Bean Soup

Ingredients:

1 pig’s trotter (foreleg)

150g black beans

2.5 litres water

12 red dates

2.5cm knob ginger, peeled

1 small onion, skinned

1 tbsp light soy sauce

Method:

1.  Clean and cut trotter into large pieces.  Blanch in boiling water for 10 minutes. Rinse and drain.

2.  Soak dried red dates and remove the stones. Rinse black beans and soak for a while.

3.  Bring 2.5 litres water to a boil, add the blanched trotter, ginger, shallot, red dates and black beans.

4.  Bring to the boil then lower heat and let simmer for 2 hours.

5. Add light soy sauce or salt to taste.

 

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April 10th, 2013 Posted by | Confinement Food | no comments

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Stir-Fried Chicken With Sesame Oil & Ginger

Fried Chicken With Sesame Oil & Ginger

 

Ingredients:

1 whole chicken

50g old ginger

5 tbsp sesame oil

Seasoning:

2 tbsp light soy sauce

1 tbsp oyster sauce

1/2 tbsp dark soy sauce

3 tbsp rice wine

some water

Method:

1.  Wash chicken and cut into small pieces. Blanch in boiling water,  then wash under running tap water, drain.

2.  Scrape off  skin from ginger and cut into thin strips.

3.  Heat sesame oil in wok and saute sliced ginger until slightly brown and fragrant.  Add in chicken pieces and keep on stir-frying until fragrant, add in rice wine and sprinkle with some water.

4.  Add in seasoning and simmer until chicken is cooked.

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January 11th, 2007 Posted by | Confinement Food | one comment