Saturday, November 26, 2011

i think, i should try to eat pork

i got a lot of thinking lately, that i should start to eat pork.  and the only reason i may say is, to fulfill my tummy with the authentic asian food.  i am not 100% sure of this idea, but lets see, what's next.  

i just noticed that majority of the blog posted here were about foods :)  

its just a confirmation that i love to eat.

Tuesday, November 15, 2011

Belly Flop competition @ Wild Wadi Waterpark, Dubai

The Belly Flop competition is fast approaching and below is the information you need to know:

Date: Friday 18 November
Briefing with all contestants at 2pm, above Leila’s Stand
Competition: 3 to 5pm at the wave pool

1st - AED 15,000 Cash from Speedo,  

1 Annual Passes to WW,

Best Dressed – AED 5,000 to spend at Speedo

How to register:

·         By listening to Virgin Radio and participating in the Morning Show competition that is hosted by Kris Fade.

·         You can still participate if you are in the park on the day of the event. Participants will be taken based on first come first served. Only 10 people will be taken.

Judging Criteria:

·         Splash
·         Crowd Reaction
·         Style
·         Sound of flop

Best dressed criteria: the most creative outfit!

Thursday, November 10, 2011

soba noodle pasta with creamy coconut milk and chicken

The amount still depend on you.

3 cloves of finely chopped garlic
i don't have baby leaks, so I used spring onions about 4 stems
5 green chili
a handful of string beans
1 red bell pepper
1 1/2 cup of coconut milk

cut the vegies like that.  about an inch.

3 chicken thighs, chopped thinly.
you can use ground chicken, but these thigh's are better as it is more tasty.
marinate it with 2 tbsp of oyster sauce
pinch of salt (just a pinch)
ground black pepper (a pinch also)

saute the vegies and use olive oil.

olive oil, make sure it's hot
chopped garlic (dont make it brown)
add the spring onions immediately
then add the string beans
add the red bell pepper
after minutes, add the coconut milk.  dont pour all, just do it by batch.
if you see that the coconut milk is evaporating, add more.

add the soba noodles in the boiling water (as if you are cooking  spaghetti pasta)

so ba noodles is a traditional buckwheat  and wheat flour noodles with  nutty taste.
it matches soups, stir-fries or salads.

low in fat and no added colours or preservatives

saute the chicken in the separate frying pan.

the vegies and the chicken

when the vegies are done or soft
add the vegies to the chicken and let it simmer

soba noodles are down there and on top are the vegies and chicken
i also added some corriander
added as well some basil (which gives a good smell and added flavor)

the food porn!

Again, thanks to Erwan Heussaff for sharing his recipes!  visit his website at

Wednesday, November 09, 2011

chicken bahn mi, south-east asian style sandwich

hicken breast cut into strips.

Marinate ingredients:
1 onion
3 garlic cloves (squash)
1 tbsp olive oil
2 tbsp fish sauce
( i never like fish sauce, but without this, it wont taste asian)

3 tbsp oyster sauce
1 tbsp diced ginger
2 tbsp black ground pepper

daikon radish and carrots

pickle ingredients:
1 cup of water
1/2 cup sugar
1/4 cup white vinegar
1/4 cup apple cider
2 tbsp salt
put them into simmer until the ingredients dissolve.

put them in the sterilized jar.

homemade mayonnaise

2 egg yolk
3 tbsp olive oil
1 tsp salt
whisk while pouring the oil.

asian sauce

1/4 cup white sugar
1/2 cup water
1/4 fish sauce
1/4 white vinegar
4 chili
1/4 cup lemon juice
(better if you have calamansi)

1/2 finely chopped garlic

saute the marinated chicken breast

baguette (crispy skin)
put it in the oven to get the crispy hot on the outside
and warm and fuzzy inside

spread a cheese
spread the mayonnaise
add the saute chicken breast
add the pickled carrots and daikon
add the sliced cucumber
on top add the corriander
* I almost burn it *

food porn!
Thanks to Erwan Heussaff's recipe!  Check his food blog :

Tuesday, November 01, 2011

Tuna Salad

1 Tuna in can, drain.
1/2 avocado
1/2 green pepper
1/2 diced onion
2 tbsp olive oil
green chili is optional