Me : I wanted to update my blog yesterday, only to find out that hubby was on leave yesterday....
Q : So what has that got to do with not updating the blog mama?
Me : Well, if Mr Hubby is at home, then I don't have much time to spend on the internet...
Q : Why is that so?
Me : Because we'll be in and out of the house the whole day as hubby wants me to tag along with him, just to anywhere!
Q : Are you complaining mama?
Me : Don't be ridiculous. Of course I AM NOT COMPLAINING....
Q : How come?
Me : Because I LOVE IT! Hahaha... if only we could do that everyday... oh heaven on earth!
In the morning, accompanied hubby to the dentist. From there we went to the supermarket to buy our groceries. Wanted to get some Tenggiri but there was none available, so we settled for 3 pieces of Red Snapper and a bit of these and that. Came back and straight to the kitchen....mama's being a good girl yesterday... no curi curi to be infront of the lappy! Hahaha.... These were what we had for lunch....
....plus the fried mushroom below....
Since I have a few things that I wanted to do today (don't ask if I get it done or otherwise ya... I can always plan but whether it'll come to reality or not, only time can tell... hehehe... biasalah mamafami ni...... I'll go straight to the recipe that I've tried recently. Ppsstt... actually I can't decide what to post first... In a way, I am saying that I have tried a couple of recipes these few days.... ahaks.... eksen nya! Sabor je la....
Okay, I think I'll post this easy recipe first. Why this one? Because it's the shortest recipe! Hahaha... mama is getting lazy now..... Mak Chu is the one who taught me how to do this. Only thing, when Mak Chu cooks, it tasted much better than mine yesterday. Not only mine is a bit way too salty, but mine wasn't crunchy as well. When I asked Mak Chu why is mine not crunchy, her answer was... the crunchiness depends on how long we fry the mushrooms and how thick we tore the mushrooms. Mine was chewy but still I enjoyed it to the most, except, I have to take it with rice to reduce the salty taste! Thank you Mak Chu, darling honey bun sugar pop lollipop for sharing the easy and yummy recipe....
Source : Mak Chu
200 g Oyster mushrooms - tore to small pieces
2 shallots ~ minced
2 garlic ~ minced
1 tablespoon curry powder (I used Baba's)
salt to taste
Oil for frying
1. Wash and rinse the oyster mushrooms. Squeeze hard to remove all the liquid.
2. Mix well all the ingredients above, except oil.
3. Heat oil in a pot and fry till golden brown.
4. Ready to serve.
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