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Home Cooking Stir Fried Sweet Potato Leaves

Sweet Potato

Just love to use sweet potato leaves for a short and fast stir fry dish. It truly complete a fabulous meal in no time. I saw I had a bottle of chili oil in the fridge that I got from the Starhill Culinary Studio and decided to add it into my stir frying. I like the redness in the oil and it worked brilliant to light up the dish in no time. Definitely a must try dish and it is inexpensive at all.

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HSN Cooks Spring Weekend Event presented by Bon Appétit

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Get ready for the biggest cooking event of the season as multichannel retailer HSN presents more than 24-hours of the best chefs in the industry and over 75 high-quality kitchen products during its HSN Cooks Spring Weekend Event presented by Bon Appetit on March 26 and 27.

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EMINENT FROG PORRIDGE AT LRG 19 – Singapore Geylang Unique Gourmet

Mum doesn’t like it and doesn’t eat it but I do, it’s awesome, it is soft, tender, sweet and taste awesome delicous, just perfectly done like we do with chicken fillet. I usually have them in dried chilly stir fry or even with pan fried slice fresh ginger and fresh sping onions. While my stay in Singapore, I got the chance to indulge into dishing it at Geylang, Singapore. Me and Jak got ourself into the taxi heading toward Geylang for this awesome gourmet, the claypot frog porridge. While in the taxi, the friendliness of our driver (truely singapore) had recommended us to this restaurant called eminent frog porridge at “lorong 19″ lane 19. You want to know why? We were informed that the restaurant offers buying two frogs, get one free . . . . sounds like a fanatastic bargain, and we truly agreed without any negotiation.

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Give In To TEMPTationS

Truely A Place For A Mixture Of Asian Flavours

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I attended an invite for food tasting by FoodStreet at the TEMPTationS, Renaissance Kuala Lumpur Hotel. Before to begin, I would like to say that this place is awesome! It had such a contemporary feeling and stylish setting, yet with so striking and colorful decor. I love the way they mixed and match the furnitures, . . . . . just look at those chairs, aren’t they beautiful!

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Gosh there were so many delicious food served, you can find The Soup Station, The Salad Bar, The Mixed Salads Section, The Noodle Section, The Stir-Fry Section, The Japanese Station, The Western Section, The Malay Section, The Chinese Section, The Noodle Bar, The Chocolat Fountain and The Dessert Station. Wow! this is incredible!

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Now let see, my first stop was the Indian Station. there were few delicious offerings which I dived myself into, may sound silly but it was really true, lovely the Tandoori Prawns, delicious Milgiri Khorma(Chicken and Spinach), Mixed Vegetable Kurma, Mysore Dhall Curry served with either White Rice, Nasi Berempah or Naan Bread. This section was truely a winner!

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Gosh, I would give a big shout! I was deeply fallen in love with the station next to me, The Seafood on Ice. I could had walked away but I choose to stay and stand next to it chatting up with gorgeous Ms. Yabbies, awesomely sexy Ms. Oyster, full of flavour Mr. Tiger Prawn and yummy Mr. NZ Mussel, I was so metrosexual! It was fantastic, so indulged to have them and worth every second.

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Oh my God, The Dessert Station was so incredible delicious, there were such an awesome varieties of sugary delight such as orange creme caramel, nargarita cake, caramalita, pistachiosa almond cake slice, apple vol-au-vent, pear charlotte, cheesecake, english trifle, mango panna cotta and many more. The dessert was such a heaven and total wallop a lot! lol!

To see what I had eaten that night, you can view here. I will definetly be back at TEMPTations and I will have definitely try their delicious cakes at the cake counter!

TEMPTationS
The Lobby Level, East Wing
Renaissance Kuala Lumpur Hotel
Reservation: 03 21632 2233
Lunch Buffet: 12.30pm to 2.30pm (RM79++)
Dinner Buffet: 6.30pm to 10.30pm (RM85++)
High Tea: 12.30pm to 4.00pm every Saturday, Sunday and public holidays (RM65++)

Yellow Chives & Bean Sprout with Salted Fish


This is a simple dish and easy to prepare. You just need three main ingredients yellow chives, bean sprout and pan grilled salted fish. Here are the rcipe:

100gm Yellow Chives
200gm Bean Sprout
20gm Premium Salted Fish
1Tbspn Oyster Sauce
1clove Garlic
3Tbspn Cooking Oil
a pinch of salt and white pepper
a dash of water

1. Clean the yellow chives and cut in the length of an inch.
2. Peel off the root of the bean sprout and then wash them.
3. Pan grill the salted fish till crispy and fragrant, then set aside.
4. Heat up the oil and fry the minced garlic till fragant.
5. Add in the bean sprout and yelloe chives and stir fry for 1-2 minutes (I prefer them not over cooked and crunchy). Add oyster sauce, salt and white pepper
6. Once cooked, place them on the serving plate and top them with salted fish.

Serve this dish with white fragrant rice . . . . Chef Steven

Eight Treasure Duck

Well, eight treasure duck is something very new to me although this dish had been around for ages. The process of making this duck dish usually takes about a day or two. Firstly you need to clean and wash the duck properly, then marinate with salt, pepper, five spices and coat the duck with soya sauce and dark soya sauce. Leave it for an hour or two, then deep fry the duck

Stir fry ingredients such as chestnut, lotus seed, mushroom, sliced roast pork, shrimp, button mushroom, dice onions and diced carrots with seasoning. Stuff the duck with the ingredients and double boiled with concentrated chicken soup.


This eight treasure duck is gorgeous and delicious. The meat is so tender, soft and so full of flavour. Once you open the duck cavity, you will see so many treasure of goodness in it.


If you like to try this dish just let us know a day or two earlier, so that I can prepared this dish for your dining at our restaraunt.

Yours, Steven Cheng

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