Tag Archives: pork

  1. Pork bone stock

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    June 16, 2017 by mummumskitchen

    Scrambled eggs seem easy to make. But I have attempted it many times and most of the time, it ended up overcooked. So finally I manage to get it right! 🙂 Still simple to make, just that you have to control the heat. 🙂

    ingredients.

    2 or more large eggs

    1 teaspoon unsalted butter

    2 teaspoon milk

    Salt (if you use salted butter, you can omit this)

    Pepper

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    methods.
    1.Whisk the eggs in a bowl until the whites and yolks are completely mixed together and the eggs are a bit frothy.
    2.Add salt and pepper into the eggs mixture. Also whisk the milk into the mixture.
    3.Heat the pan over low heat (must be low heat!!). Melt the butter in the pan.
    4.Pour the egg mixture into the pan after the butter melts. Spread it out in a thin layer.
    5.Stir the eggs occasionally until the eggs no longer run in to fill the gaps when you stir. Depending on how you like the texture to be, if you stir frequently, it will give you smaller egg curds. If you stir less frequently, it will give you larger egg curds.. This will take around 10 to 15 minutes
    6.Remove the eggs from heat once done. Do not let the eggs rest on the hot pan.

    Mum mum’s notes:

    It will take some practice before you get the right texture. I have seen some recipe which indicates that you can add cream (instead of milk) to egg mixture. So if you prefer cream, you can choose that instead. Personally I like to add milk to my egg mixture.

  2. Pumpkin Corn Pork Rib Soup

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    May 12, 2017 by mummumskitchen

    I always like to use pearl corn for making soup for my kid. This is because of the natural sweetness that the pearl corn will bring to the soup. And the sweetness is somehow enhanced by a bit of salt. Pumpkin is also another great food, which has a lot of nutrients for kids. And I usually cook the pumpkin with skin in the soup. You may choose to remove the skin before adding to the soup. But I have heard that pumpkin skin is full of benefits too, hence I always will cook/eat it with skin!

  3. Vietnamese Noodle Bowl with Glazed Pork

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    May 5, 2017 by mummumskitchen

    I used to have this vermicelli in Miss Saigon (a restaurant which was closed down.. Sadly) I love the sauce and the pork, which I cannot find the right taste anywhere now in any restaurant. So I decide to try make the same dish with the same taste. But of course, while it doesn’t taste the same as the one made in Miss Saigon, I do enjoy this vermicelli.

  4. Chinese Black Bean Soup

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    April 28, 2017 by mummumskitchen

    Chinese black bean soup is one of the simplest soups to make at home. The black bean is an excellent …
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  5. Airfried Roast Pork

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    March 3, 2017 by mummumskitchen

    I have seen many posts on how easy it was to make roast pork at home, using airfryer. I never dare to try it as it seems to be a lot of work! Well, it is. But the steps are actually quite simple, just that you need more time to prepare the meat. The rest of the work? Just leave it to the air fryer! And the final product was really crispy and it was unlike what we bought from the restaurant/food stall. It really worth my effort when I saw my hubby enjoying it! 🙂

  6. Cabbage with pork crisp

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    January 14, 2017 by mummumskitchen

    It is a relatively simple dish. I usually will just stir fry cabbage with oyster sauce and minced garlic and that is it. Never did I think of making some variation to it until I saw a recipe (somewhere, I cannot remember where). The chef recommends to add some pork crisp! Wow, it sounds interesting to me. Indeed, with some pork crisp to top the cabbage, it did bring some unique flavor! So if you feel tired of plain stir fried cabbage, you can try topping the dish with some pork crisp.

  7. Marmite Pork Ribs

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    January 8, 2017 by mummumskitchen

    Previously I have tried marmite chicken so now I switched to making marmite pork ribs. In fact, I think marmite pork ribs tasted better than the chicken wings. Probably because of more fats in pork ribs, the dish will be juicer as compared to the wings. The method is more or less the same, just that there is one extra step to do when using pork ribs – that is to blanch it before you cook it with the sauce.