Archives: Turbo Pressured

All Time Favourite Barley Drink

May 10, 2017 | By onelazycook | 2 Comments | Filed in: Turbo Pressured.

~ Plain Barley Drink ~ Barley has a long history in grain diet. It is one of the oldest consumed grains in the world. There is so much information about barley that are available on the world-wide web (www). So, I do not think I should repeat them here. Be rest assured that barley is • 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 »

Simplified Thai Massaman Beef Curry

February 15, 2017 | By onelazycook | No Comments | Filed in: Browned, Turbo Pressured.

~ Massaman Beef Curry ~ General sources suggest that Massaman Curry is of Thai origin but I would like to believe that it may be Thai cuisine with an influence of the neighbouring Indonesian or Malaysian flavours. I first had Massaman Beef Curry at a hotel café when I was residing in Miri, the state • Read More »

My Homemade Wanton

November 26, 2016 | By onelazycook | No Comments | Filed in: Turbo Pressured.

~ Dry Gravy Wanton ~ Wanton is my family’s favourite food at all times. We can have it for breakfast, lunch, dinner, supper or any time of the day, you name it. It is good to make as a main meal or as a snack. It comes in very different variety of fillings based on • Read More »

Japanese Fusion Drummets

November 8, 2016 | By onelazycook | No Comments | Filed in: Turbo Pressured.

~ Turmeric Teriyaki Fusion Drummets ~ Drummet, the upper portion of the chicken wing is so easy to prepare. Hence, there are countless number of recipes available out there for drummets. Apart from chicken thigh, I particularly like to cook this part of the chicken as it is easy for my toddler to hold and • Read More »

Mango Sticky Rice

November 3, 2016 | By onelazycook | No Comments | Filed in: Turbo Pressured.

~ Homemade Mango Sticky Rice Dessert ~ How long do you take to soak and cook glutinous rice? Have you ever cooked it unsoaked? Have you ever cooked it in 2 minutes after the boiling point? I have always heard and read about the difficulties of cooking glutinous rice. One recipe requires soaking up to • Read More »

Unconventional Japanese Yakitori

November 2, 2016 | By onelazycook | No Comments | Filed in: Turbo Pressured.

~ Japanese Yakitori with Vegetables ~ Japanese Yakitori is traditionally known to be grilled chicken skewered on stick with all kinds of chicken parts. There are 2 types of Yakitori, a salty one, which is plain, and a salty sweet one, with a thickened sweetened sauce dipped after grilling is done. When I first exposed • Read More »

Mackerel from Scratch (Canned Sardine Style)

November 1, 2016 | By onelazycook | No Comments | Filed in: Turbo Pressured.

~ Mackerel in Tomato Gravy ~ Have you ever tried making your own canned food? Canned Sardine is one of the most common canned food often lands on the dining tables to many. Mass produced commercial canned Sardines or Mackerels picked standard size fishes and cooked them to a bone-edible soft texture with high pressure • Read More »