Wow, it’s been quite awhile since my last post. Life got into the way, I guess. Haven’t had much time to cook either, though I’m hoping that will change. Motivation, motivation. To start with, I have these delectable Japanese-inspired treats for you. I first had takoyaki (or octopus balls – tako meaning octopus, yaki
Category Archives: Seafood Dishes
Let’s take a short break from all the sweetness, shall we? We’ll come back to them, I promise. When this blog first started out in… oh, 2006 (wow, has it really been 5 years?), it was initially to kind of… document the dinners me and the boys (Hadi and Justin, does anyone still
Note: I haven’t cooked this recipe yet, but someone had wanted a post on it, so here you go. =) You can substitute either prawns or chicken for the meat in this dish. Obviously, I prefer chicken. =P Recipe, after the picture~ (Note: Pictures are from dishes I ate at restaurants…) What you need: 500g
Wahey! My very first post with prawns in it. No, I still don’t eat prawns, but this was a special request. 🙂 So… unlike me, most of my siblings love prawns, crabs, satak and any other crustacean they can get their hands on. One of their favorite dishes (apparently) is this, prawns cooked quickly with
For the first time since arriving in Brunei, I tried out a new recipe that I’ve never cooked before. Today’s dish hails from Korea, and is basically fried fish fillets. Yes, first time ever I cooked fish, ehehehe. So how’d it go? Well, here’s the recipe first: What you need:500g white fish fillets2 spring onions15
Justin was lazy today and decided to make fish and chips for dinner. This is only our 2nd time this year having fish and chips for dinner, since fish is a bit pricey 😛 Today wasn’t so bad though. He got the fish from Iceland, which is apparently a very cheap place to get food.