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Homecooked Dishes Requests From My Master

MY HOMECOOKED DISHES IN JOHOR... 
During the weekdays, our dinners  are usually served at home.   Simple homecooked dishes are requested... "Do not cook so much.. cannot finish..."  That is the usual statement from my son and the statement is very subjective.  Either my food is not tasty or he doesn't want to get fat!  

So what I normally do is to cook less rice and bigger portion of the dishes... and a look that says.. "Finish it or else..... "  LOL...  Anyway, my son always know how to make me happy one.... When he comes back from work and sees the dishes on the table, his expressions and words always lift me high... And I love to believe whatever he says ... whether he means them or not...  LOL... 
 This is steamed eggs with minced pork and "tong choy"... 
Still in the wok is cabbage with "fuchok" and "glassnoodles"
After scooping up, I forgot to take the pic!
On another day, I did the "All-in-One" dish... 
Asparagus, yellow pepper, "yau mak" and minced meat... 
One day he asked for chicken claypot rice... 
Long time no eat, he mentioned... 
And so I did... but not in a clay pot but vision pot...
Chicken, mushrooms, ginger, garlic and dried scallops... 
Marinate for a few hours and sauteed them 
before putting them on top of the half cooked rice... 
Then mixed them up when fully cooked... 
And a simple greens as a side dish... 
And to my delight, a dear one "donated" and added in three more dishes!
All these for the three of us!
How to finish... 
But we managed to finish them all except for the preserved vegetables
which can be kept for the next day.... 
... to be eaten with Roasted Pork Porridge the next day....
That is all from Reanaclaire's humble kitchen... for now.. 



Comments

  1. wah, tasty home cooked food. Nowadays having to finish too much food on the table isca chore too.

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  2. Hmmm, give me an idea what to cook, chicken claypot rice, haha... I recently bought chinese sausage, can add in that, hehe...

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  3. I like claypot chicken rice and steam egg

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  4. You are such a good cook, Claire. And you cook so much variety, so many dishes! They also LOOK so good! I think my favorite would be the Claypot Chicken, so soothing and warm.

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  5. Chicken claypot rice so pale, no soy sauce? Then, maybe my girl can eat. Soy sauce is not gluten free, contains wheat.

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    1. I didn't put black thick sauce... its just soy sauce.. and oyster sauce..

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  6. Look at how delicious your spread was! I am seriously waiting for Reanaclaire's Kitchen to open in Ipoh.

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