During our visit to Malaysia recently, Matthew has been requesting to have sweet sour pork almost every day. Today I have decided to cook this famous sweet sour pork meal but I used chicken pieces instead of pork. Here is the recipe:
I decided to cook loh mai kai for dinner on a Sunday. It is made from glutinous rice. It is a rice dish that will normally be served when you have your dim sum in a Chinese restaurant. You can make this dish in Philips All-In-One Cooker or thermomix, or even in a food steamer over the stove. Here is the recipe:
Over the weekend I decided to make mung bean dessert soup in the Philips All In One Cooker, which is a pressure cooker. It was quick to prepare and I did not need to soak the mung beans to soften the beans when I used the pressure cooker. The whole process only took 20 minutes. Mung bean is known to be a great refreshing detox soup.
Roti Naan ( Naan Bread) is an Indian flatbread. It is a popular bread in Indian restaurants. Traditionally, this bread is cooked in a tandoor which is a hot clay oven. My boys love roti naan, especially the garlic and cumin roti naan with shredded cheese in it. You can make it with egg or without egg if someone is allergic to eggs. Here is a recipe for it.
3 cloves of crushed garlic
1 tbsp of ground cumin
450g of baker’s flour. I use Wallaby Baker’s Flour.
1 1/2 tsp instant yeast
1 tsp salt
Shredded cheese. I used mozzarella cheese
Butter to oil the crepe maker.
Philips all-in-one cooker is a brilliant cooker. It is a pressure cooker and a slow cooker at the same. I have never regretted buying this cooking gadget because when I am running short of time and I would like to enjoy a home-cooked meal I will use the pressure cooker function to cook a hearty meal for myself and my family. It saves time and money.