Finally back home! My mum actually boiled this papaya chicken soup yesterday and put into flask. I couldn’t finish it yesterday, so brought home. I added oats and some spinach into it and that will be my first “confinement” food at home.
I was advised to eat semi solid food first as my tummy is still rather bloated!
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17chipmunks will be on hiatus until next year!
Happy New Year to my dear followers and readers! 🙂
Great way to get kids to eat veggie!
1. Clean, wash and separate kai lan leaves from stems.
2. Blanch kai lan leaves in boiling water.
3. Remove the kai lan leaves from the boiling water and drain.
4. Cut finely the leaves. Drain water from the leaves further.
5. Add in one-two tbsp olive oil to the finely cut leaves.
6. Under 140 degree celcius, air fried for 10-15 min.
They are crispy! Yums!
* this is my first try, not sure can use other method like oven (but definitely can deep fried as restaurant do so, air frying is definitely healthier)
* I am using Bayers air fryer but I won’t be commenting on the air fryer as I am not sponsored from the product (how I wish. Lol)
* what’s air fryer and basic information can be Google!
Happy trying mummies and Happy New Year! See you in 2016, hopefully!
Stir fry yee mee with beef, shiitake mushrooms and broccoli
Hubby’s working from home. So, cooked for the three of us!
Won’t be cooking dinner tonight as my girl turning big 3 tomorrow, so we are bringing her to eat out. And yes, it will be her first try on western food in a restaurant. Time to let go!
I could understand the ignorance of kids not removing their shoes in indoor playland, but sorry I couldn’t take it when adults doing it too!
By posting this, I don’t mean to ‘shame’ people – because their faces are not in the pic.
Also, the kids are much older, I bet it isn’t their first time there.
And, I hope to bring some awareness – as adults, we do need to read the sign board on rules and regulations when allowing our kids to play. Don’t anyone do that before they step into a playland?
We are adults and parents; definitely don’t need others to parent us around!
Today’s lunch for girl cooked by hubby!
Chopped shimeji mushroom
Figured out by shredding all the veggies, she ate all of it.
1. Pressure cooker Japanese curry chicken (using yogurt instead of coconut milk)
2. Stir fry sawi with garlic
3. Failed vegetables tofu – too fragile!
Thanks to Vernice Tan for sharing your method of removing the Silken tofu. It is better now, but can improve over the other side.
Run under running water, let it sit for a while and then topple it on a plate!
*Anyway, I am not steaming it direct to put sauce. I actually need a not so perfect one. Hehe… But glad that I have found the way.
Times are trying, so we are continuing our budget meals at home!
Our Christmas dinner done in less than RM20: Roasted stuffed mixed vegetables chicken with garlic and mushrooms spaghetti
Drink: Double boiled winter melon with barley & dried longan
Supposed to try air frying the stuffed chicken, but too tired after going out for lunch. So, I left the stuffed chicken in the oven at low temperature – so that I can nap, and don’t have to turn the chicken in the air fryer.
Lunch for 3 on Boxing day, less than RM5
Dried noodles for me and hubby; soup noodle for girl
Leftover roasted stuffed chicken
Cost: Spinach wantan mee and bok choy
Pressure cooker kai choy rice & double boiled apple & water cress chicken soup for dinner
I actually air fried the pork before putting to cook with the rice and ingredients in the pressure cooker. Well, the air fried pork is to replace the usual Chinese sausage (which is then healthier in some sense, of course need to go through the extra step in the air fryer).
Pork and marinate about RM6
Rice, kai choy, carrot, garlic and sauces about RM4
For the soup, water cress, apple, red dates and chicken keel about RM7
Total about RM17, dinner for 3
Saw tesco starting selling arrowhead; grabbed some to air fry!
150 degree celcius, 20-30 minutes, sprinkle with oil