March 15, 2009

Cooking #1

At first, I wanted to go out to eat by myself. Then, feeling lazy to go out, I search my nearly empty fridge to see what I can cook. These are what I found: Vege, dried seaweed, garlic, mushroom, egg, dried shrimps and pork luncheon meat (not in pic)























I cook my rice first, then start to cook the dishes. First is the pork luncheon meat, just fry it until cooked on a non-stick pan without putting oil. Next up is the vegetable. Put some oil, then throw in the garlic, chopped dried shrimps and mushroom (cut in cubes).. Let it simmer for a while, then add in the vege. Add in light soy sauce to taste, i didn't add salt coz i think the soy sauce is salty enough..Here we have, simple!















In the same time, put in boiled water into a pot. Add in garlic and mushroom and let to boil. Take a teaspoon of corn flour, add in some drinking water and mix well. Pour it into the soup. It'll make the soup a bit starchy, then add in dried seaweed, soy sauce and salt to taste. Lastly, add in egg and switch off the gas immediately. Stir the egg slowly till even. Sakaigirl presenting the Egg Seaweed soup. Yummy!


















My Healthy Dinner...Nyam-nyam! (^@^)

19 comments:

Raymon Atienza said...

Hey, nice blog you got here, the pictures of the food is making me hungry :).

The camera that I'm using right now is the Nikon D200. With it I have 3 lenses and one flash and they are

Nikkor AF 50mm f/1.8D
Nikkor AF-S 18-70mm f/3.5-4.5 G IF-ED DX
Nikkor AF 80-200mm f/2.8D ED
Nikon SB-600 Flash

Hope that answered your question :)

sakaigirl said...

Thanx for your info, Raymond! I'm thinking of buying a DSLR camera.. I'm always stunned by what photographer's view.. which always reflects in their work.. So do you! Need to know which is the suitable camera for an amateur like me.. Get to know the price and start saving for one...haha

Raymon Atienza said...

lol no problem. Yes, the only thing I don't like about photography is how expensive it is. When you REALLY get into it you will see what I mean. What I suggest is looking for a used DSLR body cause you can save a bunch of money from there. Just be careful and always buy local and check it before you buy it.

If you decide for Nikon then D40, D50, D70 are awesome starters, they can be had for like $200 to $400. I personally started with the D40, it was small and VERY powerful. I moved to the D200 cause the viewfinder was kinda too small for me.

If you decide for Canon then you can get the XT, XTi (~$300-$400), or even the 30D (same level as my D200) for ~$600. If I was to start over again I would go to Canon cause their lenses are cheaper. But I'm proud to be a Nikon guy.

If you have any questions about camera's I can help you out. Good Luck!

Nanda said...

Hello ..
Regarding your comment, I write a little but ... But most texts are in the internet ... I think
Most dedicated to my boyfriend ...
Glad he liked the pictures ...
And sorry my English ... I'm bad ... Laughter ...
Kiss ...

Nanda said...

Ah ... If you want to leave any email ... I try to translate some text and send you ... Should not be perfect, but should be easy to understand ...

Nanda said...

The last text I translated and put on the site for you ...


http://pensamentosemais.blogspot.com/2009/03/chinese-legend-and-dating.html


Again, sorry my english ...

sakaigirl said...

Hi Nanda, Thanx for the honour of translating for me, I greatly appreciate it^^

Raymon Atienza said...

Also, forgot to mention that

http://www.dpreview.com/

is a good website for camera reviews

sakaigirl said...

Thanx, Raymond.. I'll do my research through this website. I have favour for Canon. Maybe it's because my first camera is Canon Digital IXUS 80IS.. I'll sure ask for Your advice before I buy my next camera. Thanx for mentoring me, how lucky I am ^^

sakaigirl said...

I wana appologize to u, Raymon.. I spelled ur name wrongly, Twice.. (*_*)" I shall not repeat my mistakes!

Bengbeng said...

wuah, u can cook. i must sample it some time

pedro macieira said...

From Portugal,
thanks for your comment on my blog. And if possible i want that you see my post today.

http://riodasmacas.blogspot.com/2009/03/de-sintra-ao-oceanofrom-sintra-to-ocean.html

Pedro Macieira

sakaigirl said...

Yes i can cook! Though not as tasty as my mom, aunties and grandma's cooking, i still manage to make my fiance happy with it..haha.. 'Young ppl nowadays should learn more cookings, it's for your own good!'.. This is what my mom and sis owiz nag me about, yeah, its true.. At least in this economy recession, I saved a bunch of money on food in restaurant.

sakaigirl said...

Dear Pedro,
Thanx for the bilingual posting in ur blog. It's really a great honour for you to do so^^ I've visited your blog and found a little info about the Tram's importance to Sintra. It's very interesting to know more about your country, as Malaysia has Eurasian from the fruit of Portuguese and our locals. It enriches our country^^

ぽんた∩(=^エ^=) said...

How do you do? ∩(=^エ^=)desu
Comment:Thank you very much for your kindness.
I'm pleased to meet you.
★Your BLOG Appetizing dishes!('-^*)/☆

ediretnati said...

Hi friend, first I want to tell you that something wrong happened in my blog, so I decide to move to http://modehollic.blogspot.com. So, I think that you are good woman because you like to cook very much........... Nice to see you, friend.......

sakaigirl said...

Gee, thanx for your complement, ediretnati.. I'm a good women, blush blush**

Ik said...

luncheon meat is not very healthy though
hahahaha

sakaigirl said...

Ahaha, I know..but i love it(^@^)"