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Seafood Pot For CNY Reunion Dinner

Chinese New Year Eve is finally here! Woke up early to prepare dishes... correction... woke up early to go breakfast with my siblings. We went to the food stalls near Perak Stadium and it was like free food for everyone there. Ordering food that never came and queuing up for food like "beggars" as if the food was free.  Conclusion :  Never go for food when it comes to festive season...

Home cooked food is anytime better than queuing up for food and eating in a hurry.... better stay home and have a bowl of cereal with fresh milk... (my girl's breakfast this morning)

As for myself, I always volunteered to cook ONE dish.... hahahaa... My contribution for tonight's Reunion Dinner ...it is all cooked... ready to be served....

My limited 101 Dish
 
Part of the ingredients... 
Sea cucumber, fish maw and one tin of abalone with sauce...
First "tumis" lots of chopped garlic, 
 then add in abalone skins, oysters and mushrooms....
Sauteed for some time... add in the sauce....
Then when everything is well mixed, I transferred them to a pot...
And allow it to stew for an hour...
Before adding in the abalones and sea cucumber...
And.. that is it....
Actually I wanted to do something like this.... 
But I guess this will have to wait for another year.... 
hahahaaa.... 

HAVE A WONDERFUL REUNION DINNER, READERS!!!

Comments

  1. Happy Reunion dinner to you & family. That pot contains a lot of "ho liao" inside. Yummy!!!!...

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  2. Wow, the dish looks simply scrumptious!!

    Happy reunion to you and family!

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  3. *faints* I thought you cooked that last one!!! Speechless! Muahahahahaha!!!!!

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  4. wow abalone *_* Happy CNY to you and your family! Gong Hei Gong Hei! :)

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  5. I love to eat sea cucumber and mushroom so your pot of food is perfect for me. Nice!

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  6. wah good la you, not expensive you also don't cook, haha!! I would love this seafood pot, because I love the combination of fish maw, sea cucumber and mushrooms..

    GONG XI FA CAI!!!

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  7. Haha I thought you cooked that last dish too .i will have to salute you then ;p

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  8. Gong XI Fa Cai to you and family. May God bless you and family with health and wealth this year of the Horse ;)

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  9. Happy Chinese New Year to you!!! =]

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  10. Blessed Lunar New Year to you and your family...

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  11. Thanks. Next year I come eat ok. Lol. Kung hei fatt choy!

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  12. I had this for lunch today (Jan 31st 2014)...

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  13. It sure looks scrumptious. Happy New Year!

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  14. Thank you!! Happy CNY to you all!!

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  15. Happy CNY. So everyone had one pc of abalone....
    Huattttt ahhhh

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