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Sunday, September 9, 2012

What's For Dinner, Ma? (#3)

My early attempts at making Hollandaise sauce were pathetic!
The first time, it turned out clumpy and looked like scrambled eggs because I cooked it at a few degrees too hot and the eggs curdled. The second time, the egg yolks separated from the butter 'cos I undercooked it!  The third time, I didn't stir fast enough and it was just one big disappointing mess.
Thanks to this video here, I am now nearly there.

If at first you don't succeed in the kitchen, try, try again.....
but first detroy all evidence that you tried!

My recipe fails usually end up in the tummies of the neighbourhood strays and they are getting FAT!

Keepers from last week's menu......

Good luck and Bon Appetit!

POACHED SALMON IN HOLLANDAISE SAUCE - 
Silky-smooth and buttery but still a tad too thick! It tasted heavenly though!

TAMARIND PRAWNS -  Once this lands on the dinner table, it is as gone as rum cake at an AA meeting!
This is a nyonya/Peranakan recipe unique to Malaysia and Singapore.The Peranakans or Nyonyas are the descendents of the early Chinese migrants to Malaysia who settled in the country and married the local Malays.

recipe @ http://freedelicacies.blogspot.com/2011/04/assam-prawns.html

HONEY MUSTARD CHICKEN

PORK KARAAGE -  Literally translated from Japanese as "Deep-fried Chinese style". Essentially,  it is just small pieces of chicken, meat, or fish marinated in a mix of soy sauce, garlic, and/or ginger, then lightly coated with a seasoned wheat flour or potato starch mix, and fried in a light oil. These Japanese nuggets are traditionally served with fresh lemon wedges and mayonnaise for dipping.
recipe @ http://theepicuriosity.wordpress.com/2010/02/25/tori-no-kara-age/

11 comments:

  1. Oh my goodness....I hope you expect some company soon as I may be lurking somewhere near your doorstep. I'll be one of those strays you're fattening up.

    This all looks so mighty delicious. Practice makes perfect and you definitely have perfection coming your way.

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  2. That Hollandaise sauce looks good to me. Yum!! I have hardly cooked at all this week. The Hubs is out of town and I can make whatever I want for myself.

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  3. Wow,what's for tonight supper? All looks delicious but it's good I've already eaten so it's Ok to look at them!
    Dana sent you a request ,if you have the time, to play a game we both are in love:Disney Animal Kingdom.You or one of the boys should try it!
    We wish you good luck with new delicious recepies and good luck in all that you're doing!
    xoxo an a strong hug!

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  4. Yum! Now I'm so hungry!! I love hollandaise ;)

    Hope you are having a great week!!

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  5. I just ate but I can tell you, it sure didn't look as good as what you are showing me.

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  6. everything looks amazing!! Those prawns!!

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  7. Veronica, who are you kidding? I KNOW you are a good cook. I love the recipes you share. Each one is so pretty to look at and delicious too. I'm gaining weight just reading your posts. :)
    Rosemary

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  8. That looks delicious!!! I wish you lived close by. My stomach is growling!

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