If that is how my hubby would greet me IF he comes home for lunch, I don't think I will be this lazy! But sadly, he does not come home for lunch because the distance and the traffic made it impossible for him to do so.
But then, at this time, I have to cook for lunch because mom is with me, this month. So as lazy as I can be, I can't let my own mother starve! Hehehe... So these were our lunch for yesterday. Today, mom is fasting, so I will play cheat! Hai... bilalah mama nak insaf ni? Ish ish ishhhh....
SAMBAL IKAN GORENG
I was really happy when cooking this dish. Why? Because I had used the HAPPY CALL Pan that I bought a few months back to fry the fishes. I fried my fish with only 2 tablespoons of oil. Well, it is healthy enough to me rather than frying like how I use to fry before.
To prepare this dish, it is similar to how we prepare any other sambals, only I've added a stalk of lemon grass, bruised.
EGG OMELLETE WITH MAYONAISE
Normal way of preparing omellette plus a teaspoon of mayonaise... thaaa dhaaa....
ASAM REBUS KACANG PANJANG
Posted by MamaFaMi
Source : Chef Shahriah of Masterchef
1 clove garlic
2 tablespoons dried prawns (soaked)
2 fresh red chillies
small piece of belacan (shrimp paste)
4 glasses of tamarind juice
10 stalks of long beans - cut to 1" length
salt to taste
zeal - optional
1. Pound or blend in the food processor, shallots, garlic, dried prawns, red chillies and belacan.
2. Put the pounded ingredient into a pot and add in the tamarind juice.
3. Once boiling, add in the long beans, salt and zeal.
4. When the beans are soft, remove from heat and ready to serve.
Mom used to cook this dish but she had used dried anchovies instead of dried prawns. Both tasted lovely and I don't regret trying Sha's recipe. Thank you Sha your sharing this simple recipe with us.
Have a nice day everyone!