This is going to be a long post, documenting the pictures of the food I've cooked in my new house since the day I moved in. Pardon for the poor iphone camera - taken photos, without any recipes. In terms of cooking, I'm still not good enough to post any recipes. Most of them were based on my intuition or some basic cooking experiences / dishes I'd learnt from my mum. In fact, some dishes were prepared with me calling my mum for help!
I created a photo album in my facebook, naimg it "Happy Cooking in 幸福小窝", loading all these photos of food I cooked but never had any chance to post it here. Friends marvelled at my dishes but there was nothing to marvel about because some could just barely made it to the dining table so long as my hubby is not too fussy about the dishes I cooked. At times, I would also cook too large a portion that ended us too full to speak while there were times the portion were too small that we had to look for tibits after dinner!
Hope that the list in this album will look and taste better and better!
|My very first dish made here. Just a simple bee hoon soup with veggies, fishball and frozen packed dumplings.|
|Pandan agar agar|
|This is an all-in-one stew of lean prok, potatoes, carrots and french beans. One pot of this dish is enough to go with steam white rice. Simple meal just for my hubby and I. :)|
|Seafood baked rice.|
|I baked these sweet potato in the Happycall Pan. :)|
|One of my usual baked. Banana crumble muffin made during of the Chinese New Year gathering.|
|Haha, my hubby made this with my supervision. All using Happycall Pan. It's one of my birthday dinner. :)|
|Simple stir-fried broccoli|
|Hearty breakfast that my hubby like. But it's too unhealthy and I'd only made once so far.|
|Puff pastry wrapped with fish. I learnt from The Little Teochew that it's called Fish En Croute.|
|Chinese Old Cucumber soup. Trying very hard to cook up the flavour that my mother-in-law cooks. :)|
|One of those occasional lazy weekday dinner. Korean instant noodle.|
|Baked mash potato with tuna|
|Meatball pasta using leftover meatballs from Ikea|