Monday, October 13, 2008

Asparagus with Chicken



Oh mine, how lazy I am getting these days! I didn't even bother to place it on a plate before taking picture. After this picture then I realized that it will definitely looks better if I serve it on a plate first before taking picture instead of taking it straight from a wok.

Another of my home cook dish: Stir-fry asparagus with chicken in shrimp paste sauce. You can add chili sauce (sambal) and season with fish sauce and a little sugar. I didn't bother to add chili sauce here because of my kids, even though they can eat spicy food but still not too spicy.

I started watching Korean drama recently. Just finished Full House and Goong, they were nice and very cute. Next K-drama would be Coffee Prince (lots of recommendation), but before that I want to watch the Taiwan drama first, so that I don't have to concentrate real hard to read the subtitle. LOL! Sometimes I missed it because I didn't read the subtitle fast enough. Adoi!

I started on Ying Ye 3 + 1, I found this drama very funny and with the exaggerated Kung Fu scene, very funny indeed (of course I like Ming Dao too)! Gigi, if you haven't watched this, this is another of my recommendation. (^.*)

13 comments:

GiGi said...

ok, i will try! but where did u download from? and wat is the complete Mandarin title? TQ!

FAMILY FIRST said...

I really cant wait for my lil monster to grow up a bit so that I that i can sit for a full hour in front of the TV to watch my fav tennis match!

SIG said...

LOL! I do that sometimes too! Too lazy to plate them. Oh my, you are really hooked on those dramas. I dare not even buy them, cos I will lose sleep etc. There was one stage where mum n i were both doing marathons.

Beachlover said...

oh! I love this dish ! asparagus chick sambal! eat with lot of rice!

noobcook said...

hee you sound really hooked on dramas now. at least you still manage to whip up something tasty ... when I'm hooked on games, we ta bao everyday hehe

mikky said...

looks yummy whether it's on plate or wok... :)

Big Boys Oven said...

delicious! just one word to describe!

Baking Fiend said...

wonderful homemade food... tho' it looks spicy even without the chilli. :P

I've watch coffee prince... even my DD loved that show. LOL...

Retno Prihadana said...

My kids love spicy food and no problem with chillies...but not too much :) Ching, you always have a brilliant idea to cook.

tigerfish said...

I think it looks perfectly alright in the wok! Very real what....

You completed the Korean dramas fast! Can't you get those Korean dramas dubbed in Mandarin? Then don't have to read those subtitles!

Little Corner of Mine said...

Gigi, I don't download, just watch it online at mysujo.com. Chinese name is 櫻野三加一.

Haha family first, the time will come. :)

Sig, can watch it free online! Good for us oversea who can't buy the chinese dvd/drama/series.

Beachlover, me too. Especially now where asparagus is cheap.

Noobcook, that's because it's so easy to ta bao at your place. Not so addicted already, only watch drama when I am free. House work still have the priority. :)

Oh thank you mikky. :)

Thanks BBOven. :)

Thanks baking fiend. The shrimp paste is in chili oil, so looks spicy. Ok, I definitely will watch the Coffee Prince next. :D

Thanks retno. Your kids same as my kids. :)

Tigerfish, I don't know where to get it dubbed in Mandarin. Also, if it's dubbed in Mandarin, then it might sounded fake. It's okay, I can practice my Mandarin or English. :P

steph said...

hi,

i think i should feel more guilty than you do cz i eat my meals straight from the pot. hehe. lesser dishes to wash since it's a one-person meal.

just to recommend you another taiwanese drama that's cute and funny - fated to love you.

Little Corner of Mine said...

Thanks for your recommendation Steph. I have watched "Fated to Love You" already and really liked it. Now watching the funny K-drama "Coffee Prince". :D