Prawns & Tofu In Oyster Sauce

Another very simple yet tasty dish you can easily make at home. The most time-consuming and challenging part is actually the first step – frying pressed tofu.

Just cut up into small slices and fry them in oil under medium heat. Took me almost 30 minutes.

Here’s the easy part. Fry some garlic, toss in your mixed vegetables and prawns. Then, you would stir in your gravy mix which comprises water, cornstarch, oyster sauce and sugar.

Stir it well and once the gravy thickens, place in your fried tofu and simmer for a few minutes until the fried tofu soaks up the gravy.

And here it is, nicely plated. Even kids who don’t like vegetables and tofu may love this dish. Do try this at home.


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Masala Thosai At Tampines

This masala thosai, served at a 24H Muslim coffeeshop at Tampines is pretty good. Try it.

Salmon Fried With Orange Juice

Another very simple yet delicious dish. The flavours are derived from salt, black pepper, onions and orange juice. Yes, just half a bowl of freshly squeeze orange juice.

This piece of salmon has been seasoned with salt and black pepper. Fry it on both sides until you get a nice, crispy crust. Next, dump in the sliced onions and toss them around. Once the onions have turned translucent, pour in the orange juice and simmer for 5 minutes.

And we’re done. Both the salmon and onions tasted wondeful. The kids loved it.

© Chan Joon Yee


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