Archives: Boiled

“Gui Hua Gao” (Osmanthus Flower Infused Konyaku)

August 4, 2019 | By onelazycook | No Comments | Filed in: Boiled.

~ “Gui Hua Gao” (Osmanthus Flower Infused Konyaku) ~ I love well chilled Osmanthus Flower Jelly dessert every time I dine at Chinese Restaurants. So, I am inspired and planted the idea of making this dessert at home. I presumed all jellies have an easy recipe. Only some time need to be invested. Afterall, this • Read More »

Strain-Free & No Boil Over Pasta

October 26, 2017 | By onelazycook | 2 Comments | Filed in: Baked, Boiled, Preheated.

~ Cheese Baked Pumpkin Fusilli ~ Pasta has become an increasingly common food amongst many in Asia despite the fact that it is of an Italian origin. It is most kids favourite as it is easy to eat and flavourful when cooked with a good combination of ingredients, particularly cheese. Many families can enjoy pasta • Read More »

An Egg A Day Keeps the Doctor Away?

August 13, 2017 | By onelazycook | Comments Off on An Egg A Day Keeps the Doctor Away? | Filed in: Boiled.

~ Perfect Hard-boiled & Runny Soft-boiled Egg ~ An inventory that I certainly can’t live without in my refrigerator at home would be the egg. How about you? Eggs can be cooked and enjoyed in a vast variety of ways, just by itself or in combination with some other ingredients, your choice. Whether they are • Read More »

Homemade Springy Fish Balls in Rich Broth

March 6, 2017 | By onelazycook | No Comments | Filed in: Boiled, Simmered.

~ Spanish Mackerel Rich Broth with Springy Fish Balls ~ Fish paste or fish balls have been my favourite food since young. Whenever my mum made them, she will have both her hands tied and I would be asked to help out to sprinkle the white pepper and salt onto the fish paste. Although I • Read More »

Homemade Lou Hei Yue Sang

February 3, 2017 | By onelazycook | No Comments | Filed in: Boiled, Deep-fried.

~ Lou Hei Yee Sang ~ Lou Hei Yee Sang is a popular appetiser during the Chinese New Year, paticularly on the 7th day of the Lunar calendar. It is also a day known to be everyone’s birthday when celebration of tossing together this big dish of Yee Sang with raw ingredients, each symbolises an • Read More »

Dry Pan Mee (Chilli Version Possible!)

December 24, 2016 | By onelazycook | No Comments | Filed in: Boiled, Stir-fried.

~ Dry Pan Mee with Mix Minced ~ It is a norm to serve dry or soup Pan Mee with three main ingredients, anchovies, minced pork, mani chai (Star gooseberry or Sweet leaves) and chilli in Malaysia and Singapore. There are many variety of Pan Mee soup base and sauces recipes available on the “world • Read More »