Friday, August 31, 2012

Hokkaido Milk Loaf

Nothing beats a loaf of bread fresh out from the oven, especially if it's painstakingly home-baked. The aroma of the fresh bread wafts through the entire kitchen into our noses. Sit down in the comfort of your home and family or friends, prepare freshly brewed tea or coffee; slice the freshly-baked bread and spread with butter, kaya, peanut butter, or anything you fancy or just eat it plain. Simple pleasures ...............

Wednesday, August 29, 2012

Steam Minced Pork with Salted Yolk

It's been a long, long, ........... time since I last blogged. Have been busy watching over and coaching my twelve-old son for the all-important PSLE. That's just one excuse. Have lost the momentum, or would I say enthusiasm for setting up the food I have baked or cooked for photo-taking, uploading them into the computer and blog. Told myself I have to restart my blogging engine and here is the first blog entry after many months of absence.

Homemade Soy Sauce

This homemade soy sauce recipe is taken from A Taste of Home by Sam Leong. This homemade soy sauce is highly fragran due to the use of ginger, spring onion and corriander. You can make up a larger batch and keep it in a clean jar for use whenever you need it.

1/2 tbsp cooking oil
2 slices of ginger
1 spring onion, cut into short lengths
2 sprigs of corriander leaves
100 ml chicken stock
1 tbsp light soy sauce
A dash of dark soy sauce
10g rock sugar

1. Heat oil in a wok and stir fry ginger, spring onion and corriander until fragrant. Add remaining ingredients and bring to a boil.
2. Strain and use as needed.

(Makes about 100 ml)

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