Wednesday, June 10, 2015

Sambal Brinjal with Dried Shrimp and Minced Pork




Many people dislike brinjal (eggplant or aubergine), but if cooked well, it can be absolutely delicious. Besides taste, the low-calorie and low-fat vegetable has a string of healthy properties that might be reason enough to get you to eat it.

Last Sunday, my foodie group decided to come together for a pot-luck curry rice party. Each of us either cooked or bought a dish or two for the gathering at my place. I contributed pork belly char siew and this Sambal Hae Bee (Dried shrimp) and minced pork Brinjal dish. 

I had no plan to post this initially as I felt this was quite a common household dish in this part of the world but the beloved wife of our Durian Professor Prickly Sensations adored this dish and requested for the recipe. 

So Mrs Lim, here you go...

Wednesday, June 3, 2015

Scallops with Sweetcorn Puree and Ikura





This is a simplified version of the starter recipe - Scallops with Sweetcorn Puree and Quail's Eggs which I posted a couple of years ago. The magic of this recipe lies in the rich sweetcorn puree. 

Searing scallops on high heat brings out their fresh briny flavor and the sweetcorn puree brings out the sweetness of the scallops. Combine these with the bursting of the ikura orbs in your mouth, Oh my... I can literally hear the song playing through my head.... And I think to myself, what a wonderful world! :)

You can prepare the puree days ahead, keep in the fridge and heat up when needed. On the actual day, it will take you just minutes to serve this impressive dish.

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