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Old 2013-04-05, 06:03   Link #601
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Now this is ingenious. Scrambled hard boiled eggs.

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Old 2013-04-30, 17:17   Link #602
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It's been a long time since I posted in this thread. Anyway, life has been crazy for the past few months due to my thesis, though I have found time again in recent weeks.

This is my 6th attempt at making karipap, and I am proud to say that this latest attempt is by far the most successful. One key factor that I could never get right in the previous attempts is the crispiness. I think the next time I make it, I will substitute potato filling with fish.

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Old 2013-04-30, 22:22   Link #603
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Those look fantastic... making me hungry.
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Old 2013-05-03, 11:25   Link #604
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It's spring now, but the weather is still a bit chilly, so I cooked something spicy that would keep me warm inside. I have always loved the combination of hot and sour flavour;it makes one's eating experience so much more enjoyable. I usually opt for the vegetarian version since seafood is quite costly, but today I decided to spend some extra cash as a treat to myself. I normally eat tom yum just as it is without noodles, but I was extra hungry today, so I ate the tom yum with bihun. Bihun is the best type of noodle for tom yum, because it absorbs the soup, so that when you eat the bihun, the flavour of the tom yum is inside the bihun.

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Old 2013-05-03, 11:58   Link #605
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^ looks like something my mom would make. i'm not really a fan of spicy food though,
but it looks very delicious! ^______^;

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Old 2013-05-06, 16:11   Link #606
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Phew, ever since I handed in my thesis, I have been on a roll, baking and cooking non-stop. I had been stuffing myself with simple dishes such as fried rice in order to save time, but no longer!

Today's menu is nasi kerabu. Erm, there is no direct translation for it (technically, there is but it sounds weird). I panicked for a while when I couldn't find butterfly pea flowers that I thought I had. Luckily my housemate had some left. Nasi kerabu is tasty, but it takes quite some time to make it because there are so any components, ranging from the rice itself, the fish (this part always takes a loooooooooooooong time), the grated coconut, etc,etc..but it's definitely worth it. If my memory serves me right, I think this is my second time posting about nasi kerabu in this thread.
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Old 2013-05-06, 23:23   Link #607
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That looks fantastic. I'd like your recipe.

I'm making beef bourguingnon for dinner tonight. Perhaps I should take a picture when it's done. :3
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Old 2013-05-07, 09:51   Link #608
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That looks fantastic. I'd like your recipe.

I'm making beef bourguingnon for dinner tonight. Perhaps I should take a picture when it's done. :3
Oooh.. that makes Julia Childes very happy! I'm in the midst of a diet + workout regime (P90X) and therefore am feeling particularly deprived..

(recovering from debauchery in Japan) ..My body is craving carbs and I don't know why I'm visiting a food thread..
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Old 2013-05-07, 13:28   Link #609
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That looks fantastic. I'd like your recipe.

I'm making beef bourguingnon for dinner tonight. Perhaps I should take a picture when it's done. :3
Okay, I will PM you!

I am concerned about the ingredients though. Could you find blue pea flower in the US?

Edit: It's okay, you can just use colouring.

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Old 2013-05-07, 15:59   Link #610
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I can find just about anything food-related. I live in the SF Bay Area.
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Old 2013-05-24, 08:44   Link #611
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Made this dish for yesterday's dinner. The funny thing is the dish is called "Devil's Curry", and I ate this while watching Hataraku. Very fitting, haha. Anyway, this is one of my favourite curry dishes due to the number of spices that I used; galangal, mustard seed, lemongrass, tamarind juice, etc,etc. The curry has a very rich flavour, but it takes quite some time to cook it. I had to fry the spice paste for about 15 minutes, then left it alone for another 10 minutes after adding the eggplant, then later when I had poured the water into the paste, the curry was left for another 30 minutes.I usually eat this for 2 days. Not worth all that trouble for just a single meal. Normally, one uses potatoes for curry, but I am cutting down on carbs, so I used eggplant instead.

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Old 2013-05-31, 06:03   Link #612
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EUREKA!!!........first time i cooked rice and it tastes pretty good for my first attempt, although it's just plain white rice i am pretty happy i could cook something meal size
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Old 2013-05-31, 06:23   Link #613
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EUREKA!!!........first time i cooked rice and it tastes pretty good for my first attempt, although it's just plain white rice i am pretty happy i could cook something meal size
Are you cooking from a rice cooker?
Here's a tip to make the rice tasty.

After you wash the rice and add it into the rice cooker bowl along with 2-3 cups of water depending on how many cups of rice you added, add a spoon of butter or margarine in the bowl. Then start the rice cooker.

The butter/margarine flavor rice will taste good.
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Old 2013-05-31, 06:34   Link #614
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Are you cooking from a rice cooker?
Here's a tip to make the rice tasty.

After you wash the rice and add it into the rice cooker bowl along with 2-3 cups of water depending on how many cups of rice you added, add a spoon of butter or margarine in the bowl. Then start the rice cooker.

The butter/margarine flavor rice will taste good.
is it necessary to use a cooker i just cooked rice in a simple container and then put the lid on after most of the water was evaporated, i'll try adding butter next time, thanks for the tip,
i hope it doesn't explode since i am using a container and not a cooker
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Old 2013-05-31, 17:02   Link #615
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EUREKA!!!........first time i cooked rice and it tastes pretty good for my first attempt, although it's just plain white rice i am pretty happy i could cook something meal size
next, make yourself some fry eggs and then add some vegetable + cucumber
and soy sauce and you got yourself a meal.
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Old 2013-05-31, 18:17   Link #616
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EUREKA!!!........first time i cooked rice and it tastes pretty good for my first attempt, although it's just plain white rice i am pretty happy i could cook something meal size
Hey, lots of people have a really hard time making rice on the stove-top. It actually took me a while to figure the trick out to make the fluffiest, best-tasting rice on the stove rather than using a rice cooker.
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Old 2013-06-03, 01:06   Link #617
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next, make yourself some fry eggs and then add some vegetable + cucumber
and soy sauce and you got yourself a meal.
i don't know about vegetables but i can fry some eggs, made be i'll add some sauce next time , thanks

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Hey, lots of people have a really hard time making rice on the stove-top. It actually took me a while to figure the trick out to make the fluffiest, best-tasting rice on the stove rather than using a rice cooker.
actually i din't knew a single thing about it, my mom guided me how to make it on phone in the middle of the night and ya stove top made rice does taste good
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Old 2013-06-07, 16:19   Link #618
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If Oppa allows me to buy bacon, I am so making this:

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Old 2013-06-07, 16:40   Link #619
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^ mmmmm....eggs and bacons. just give me some soy sauce and some steam rice with
some lettuce, tomatoes, & cucumbers i'll be good to go!

also, the dailies breakfast food for soldiers. i use to eat these each and everyday in the morning
when i was still in my airborne unit.

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Old 2013-06-07, 21:26   Link #620
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^ mmmmm....eggs and bacons. just give me some soy sauce and some steam rice with
some lettuce, tomatoes, & cucumbers i'll be good to go!

also, the dailies breakfast food for soldiers. i use to eat these each and everyday in the morning
when i was still in my airborne unit.

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Wha? You were in the armed forces? It's just that...you are so mirthful and happy-go-lucky.
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