Basic bulgogi sauce (For 500g pork): Mix together in big bowl: 1/4 cup soy sauce + 1/4 cup cooking wine + 1/4 cup sugar (1:1:1 ratio) + 1 big spoon of chopped garlic Add 1/2 tsp grated ginger and mix Chop 1 cup scallions and mix into sauce. Optional: 1 cup of grinded pear (food processor)…
Verdict: Not very good results, the outside browns easily at 205C (reduced the temperature and increased the baking time) but the middle has an ‘uncooked’ appearance and dense texture still. Tested with cake tester, and it came out clean #hmmm
Verdict: An easy healthy noodle option to make. It’s a regular in my kitchen! Use cha soba for a green tea alternative to plain buckwheat noodles.
Verdict: An easier and cheaper alternative to Kimbap! Ituses the same ingredients
Verdict: Make this when you are feeling heaty! Tastes great warm, room temperature or iced. I love chewing on the cooked barley bits (adds bulk to your tummy like vege).
Verdict: Success! Cha Seung Won cooked this on 3 Meals a Day on a super hot day (34 degrees)! Wonder how they managed to eat this through the sweltering heat @.@ Perfect for a cold day 🙂
Verdict: Can make again!
http://rasamalaysia.com/leftover-turkey-malaysian-style/2/ Use leftover roast pork or meat to create this dish!
Success on first try! 🙂
Hua Hee Makan (Hua Hee Jiak Par Par) Thanks Nasi Lemak Lover for transcribing it in English (lifesaver) http://nasilemaklover.blogspot.my/2015/04/ah-mah-pumpkin-kueh-steamed-pumpkin-cake.html Sister of the infamous yam cake!
From Wook’s Food Odyssey (2 methods)