Archives: Pan-fried

Gluten Free Mini Pancakes

January 18, 2018 | By onelazycook | No Comments | Filed in: Pan-fried.

~ Gluten Free Pancakes with Strawberries & Maple Syrup ~ My little girl has requested for pancakes topped with strawberries and maple syrup for breakfast last weekend. Naturally, Mr. Google was my first helpdesk for anything that is not in my usual recipe. As I have often heard of the “gluten free diet” being a • Read More »

Low Carb, High Fat Qualified? Quinoa with Vegetables & Pan-fried Chicken Thigh

April 20, 2017 | By onelazycook | No Comments | Filed in: Pan-fried, Steamed-Waterless, Turbo Pressured.

~ Zero Oil Pan-fried Chicken Thigh with Carrots & Warm Quinoa Salad ~ It is interesting how the search on eating habits recently lead me to knowing about this unconventional diet known as Ketogenic or “High Fat, Adequate Protein, Low Carbo“ diet. As I understand from Wikipedia, Ketogenic diet is used medically by the paediatricians • Read More »

The Golden Pan-fried Pomfret

December 18, 2016 | By onelazycook | No Comments | Filed in: Pan-fried.

~ Pan-fried Turmeric White Pomfret ~ How time flies. It has been 6 months since I last posted a recipe for pan-fried fish and how it can be done without making a mess in the kitchen! This time round, as I was thinking of cooking a dish which helps to expel bloated tummies, I thought • Read More »

The Hakka’s Delight, Yong Chap

November 21, 2016 | By onelazycook | No Comments | Filed in: Pan-fried.

~ Pan-fried Tofu with Stuffed Fish Paste in Plum Sauce ~ Any Hakka people from Land Below the Wind of Sabah in the East Malaysia would be familiar with the term “Yong Chap”. “Yong Chap” literally means “Stuffed Mix”. It refers to various tofu and types of vegetables stuffed with fresh mixed of pork & • Read More »

Potassium Rich Pancake Rolls

November 17, 2016 | By onelazycook | No Comments | Filed in: Pan-fried.

~ Banana Pancake Rolls ~ Bananas are good source of potassium. It is good source of energy for kids and adults alike. However, it will only be ideal if we can ensure all the extra energy consumed are used up too. I love bananas pancakes as we can have them for breakfast or as tea • Read More »

Protein Source for the Vegetarian

August 9, 2016 | By onelazycook | No Comments | Filed in: Braised, Pan-fried.

~ Pan-fried Tau Kwa with Shimeiji Mushrooms in Plum Sauce ~ Tofu is originated from China. It is a product made by solidified fresh soy milk and pressed into solid block before chilling. There are many variety of tofu, from hard to soft texture. The selection of types of tofu, differentiated by its texture, is • Read More »