Sunday, July 12, 2015


Smores. Dipped. Effing. Awesome


For 1 serving, you will need;

-          Marshmallow – LOTS OF IT
-          Chocolate Chip – LOTS OF IT
-          Crackers – LOTS OF IT

Why ‘LOTS OF IT’? Because only YOU can know whether it’s enough or not!

Ready? Here We Go!

Step 1 – Get an ovenproof dish, unwrap the chocolate chips and fill the bottom with it.

Step 2 – Arrange the marshmallow so it’s looking as fine as the lovely lady next door

Step 3 – Heat the oven to 200° Celsius. Once hot, put the dish in, and let it brown for approximately 10 minute or until it reaches this beautiful golden brown color. Once it reaches that stage, you’re finished!

Step 4 – SERVE! 



Saturday, July 4, 2015

073 - Crispy Enoki Mushroom!

Deep fried food is my love/hate kinda thing. I loved the fact that they’re crunchy and tasty, but I hated the fact that they tend to be greasy and fattening. But indulging on them once in a while is a-okay on my book!

Anyway, my friend introduced me to this dish at one of our favorite Chinese restaurant, and I’m forever hooked. Needless today, I managed to make a replica, which is also hell of a lot better!

Introducting, the CRISPY ENOKI MUSHROOM!

For 1 Serving, you will need;

·         1 pre-packed Enoki Mushroom (Approximately 50 grams)
·         1 Egg
·         100 ml Water
·         Oil for frying

For the breading
·         200 grams of Cornstarch
·         150 grams of All Purpose Flour
·         1 tsp of Garlic Powder
·         1 tsp of Onion Powder
·         1 tsp of Paprika Powder
·         1 tsp of Chili Powder
·         1 tsp of Salt
·         1 tsp of White Pepper
·         1 tsp of Black Pepper
·         2 tsp of Dried Parsley
·         ½ tsp of Mustard Powder (Optional)

Ready? Here We Go!

Step 1 – Cut off the root part of the Enoki, and proceed to tear the Enoki into small strand using your fingers. Set aside

Step 2 – Combine all the breading ingredients on a large bowl, mix to combine.

I love spices!

Step 3 – Crack your eggs, add the water and stir.

Step 4 – Set up your breading station, the order goes Eggbath – Breading – Oil. Meanwhile, heat up your oil on a medium-high heat for about 3 minutes, or until hot.

Step 5 – Dip your Enoki strands on the eggs, add it to the breading, and proceed to dip it into the oil. Deep fry for about 1-1,5 minutes, or until golden brown. Repeat.

Step 6 – Serve!

Get yourself a dipping sauce, preferably a mix of Asian inspired Sweet-Spicy Sauce and American Favorite Garlic Mayo. These tasted like HEAVEN!

You can even use this to top off a vegetarian sandwich. F yeah

Give this a try, you’ll love it