Monday, August 06, 2007

Dinner Aug 1, 2007



Featuring my home cook everyday dishes again. Usually it is just a meat and a veggie dish sometimes plus soup. But today I misunderstood the amount of pork I had, I thought it was only a bit of pork left so I took out another veggie. Hence, we ended out with three dishes. So, a lunchbox for each of us for the next day. :)


Simple stir-fry baby bok choy with garlic and oyster sauce. Then top with crispy shallots.


Stir-fry pork slices with scallion, ginger and dried red peppers in dark soy sauce.


Stir-fry Kang Kong in shrimp paste and chili sambal. Recipe is here. Same cooking style.

10 comments:

East Meets West Kitchen said...

Hi gf!
I'm hungry now! :)

VB said...

All yummy!!!! I love sambal kangkong but won't dare to do it at home coz of the cleaning up...I would kill for this dish now!!!

Andaliman said...

I love that Kangkung Terasi (Shrimp Paste Kangkong. yummm

Little Corner of Mine said...

Hi V,
Quick, quick, go cook yourself some! :)

Hi VB,
Go check out my short-cut way, no cleaning up to do at all! ;)

Hi Andaliman,
Thanks! I see you love spicy food too! :)

daphne said...

I love a good home cooked meal and a one with Kangkong is a winner! Spicy and the stems look crunchy! Ah... can't wait for summer to come and kangkong will be in season again. Looks like i just have to visit and look at this picture more often till then. LOL.

tigerfish said...

This is such a nice home cooked dinner. I would not mind having it 3 or 4 dishes more. All so appetizing. :D

Isha said...

what a great dish! specially that kang kong, i need 3 plates full of rice *LOL*

Peony said...

your kids can eat all the spicy food ah ?

so gd, Ryan can't and because of him, my cooking quite boring n bland.

well, I,m not going to cook 2 sets of food ma.so easier for me when all of us just give our spicy food a miss lor

Stranger-online said...

Hi, I am ur new reader. Very nice food pic there. Sambal kangkong is my all-time favourite.

Little Corner of Mine said...

Daphne,
I love a good home cooked meal too. Some come with recipes that passed down from generation, sure satisfrying to eat it. Tingle at your last line...LOL!

Thanks tigerfish! Have to, if not hubby won't eat. LOL!

Isha, thanks!

Peony,
Still training Evy to eat spicy food. Because I'm not cooking 2 sets of food either and we don't want to give spicy food a miss. Hahaha... From these dishes, she had the non-spicy veggie, one or two of the pork but was shouting too spicy, so that's the pork she had. More training on her.

Stranger-online,
Thanks for saying Hi! Hope you enjoy my humble blog. Looks like sambal kankong is the favorite among my readers. :)