Curry fish head

On this lovely Sunday morning, I’ll prepare curry fish head for lunch. Ingredients 1 sea bass fishhead, 1 small batang fishhead, eggplant, cabbage, long beans, tomato, carrot, curry broth prepared earlier. Method 1) Smash kiffir and curry leaves, put into container to be submerged into curry broth. 2)In a pot of boiling curry broth, add…

Marrow green dinner

Go light, less carbs, more vegetables for the last meal of the day.  Since we’re not doing any physical workout before bedtime, just a bowl of marrow green for dinner. It’s good for body system, easy on the stomach, lessen the digestive strain. Ingredients 1marrow green, 6 hydrated shitake mushrooms, 1 carrot, garlic, 1 fishcake,…

Sweet bittergourd

Tastes, a matter of interpretation – the taste buds can distinguish bitter from sweet, sour, or spicy. However to some the bittergourd is much hated for it’s bitterness, to others like hubby and son, it’s much loved however it’s cooked. Ingredients 1)Bittergourd with slab of roasted pork, 2)bittergourd with fish paste. Method 1) Slice slab…

Flake with stirfry

I normally avoid flake, but in Australia, many a time had it as fish and chips. Was at the wet market the other day, on impulse bought a half piece of cooked flake fillet. Flake (shark meat) is eaten as a nutrition (Chinese, Japanese) or a stable (Iceland, Norway) else avoided (animal lovers) due to…

Tuscan in Khao Yai

In the weekend, I recalled the little Tuscany during my stint in Khao Yai, Thailand. With the fresh mushrooms I hand carried home, tried to relive some moments in Khao Yai. Ingredients Left over marrow green, fresh softened black fungus, fresh ‘oyster-like’ mushrooms, shimeji mushrooms, soft egg tofu. Assembly of ingredients Method 1) Deep fry…

Vegetables compote

It’s vegetables compote after a while of heavy dining. Kinda combine what’s available from the fridge and cooking them in their natural flavor as far as possible. Brunch today was a balanced meal of white porridge (carb), green spinach (fibre and vitamins), soya sauced minced pork (protein) and poached red snapper (protein). A superb ‘fine…

Great tofu respect

I’ve great respect for tofu. It’s clean, affordable and best of all nutritional. Also it’s universally available and the versatility is endless.  Original soya bean (Japanese – soft beans) is soaked in water, squeezing out the milk, the left over is further compressed to create tofu. Some of the many iconic bridges I’ve crossed around…

The heat is on

Weather forecast for Singapore – no rain till end of July. It’ll be hot and humid! At noon, around 31 degrees, but it feels like 36. I’ll like to escape to a cool place right now, and hibernate there. That place will be Yosemite valley. We did, in 2016 winter and hibernated in a cosy…

10 Veggies dish

Will prepare a 10 veggies combi, a stir fried vegetarian dish. It’s called ‘lo hon chye’ (in Cantonese) whereby 10 types of vegetables are braised / stir fried and eaten on 1st and/or 15th of the Chinese calendar month. Today, we’re just trying to eat healthy. For travels, it’s castle hopping in Ireland. First stop,…

Rice porridge on a gloomy day

Is rain beautiful? I think it is. In Singapore, rain cools my place down, making cooking more delightful in the wet kitchen outside my 🏠. However, the weather is gloomy and makes photography dark. Today’s travel will be to Singapore, a little red dot in South East Asia. Ingredients Simple rice porridge, with julienned marrow…

Salad fusion

Today’s lunch will not induce food coma. Having tried hard to swim regularly, lunch today will follow the eat well, keep fit motto, 😁😁 trying… trying hard, haha. In Tasmania, we drove to Freycinet, Wine Glass Bay to catch sunset. It’s was quite a race, under estimated the distance, and by the time we climbed…

Roasted pork leeks bliss

It’s a simple roast pork with leeks dish. Simplicity is bliss. I’ll try to combine glimpses of my previous travels with current cooking methods hoping you’ll enjoy Ahgoodfood better. This photo shows the steepest steps I’ve ever seen – leading to ‘heaven’, Angkor Wat highest point.  Each step is narrow, about half the size of…