Lately I’ve been feeling rather dull and nothing interests me.Imagine not wanting to cook or even getting the camera out.Its like when you are down with the blues.I guess I’m really missing home now.My trip has been extended and re-extended and we’ve overstayed a month now.I can hear Hong Kong calling me…..come to me, come to me…..I think maybe I’m going crazy, but i need to get out of here fast.I’ll tell you one interesting thing i did though, my cousin mailed me this online Humanmetrics test by Jung – Myers.Take this test and then score it.When your page opens u need to see your answer at the top of the page which be be a 4 alphabet code like ENFJ (yours might not be the same) just type that in Google search and you will get your answer. Mind u my friends this is no ordinary test .I have made all my friends n family take it and they were shocked at the results.The analysis is so accurate and really gives u a insight about your personality .This test really helps you understand why sometimes u do the things you do or even help you to getting to understand something about people you care about. So good luck…
pls take this test and u are most welcome to share your results with me.It’ll make me really happy.
SPICED LOBSTER CHOW MEIN
( with secret ingredient )

Lunch today was Lobster Chow mein.Recipe for 2 potions follows…( u can use any veggies u like…i just had these lying around)

  • Fresh lobsters shelled and deveined ( i used 8 small lobsters)
  • Red chillis sliced lengthways
  • Green capsicum sliced
  • Onion sliced
  • Carrots sliced
  • Spring onion greens shredded
  • Corriander
  • 1 clove garlic crushed
  • 1 cm piece ginger grated
  • 2 tbsp oyster sauce
  • 1 tbsp rice vinegar
  • salt to taste
  • a dash of chilli oil
  • 2 portion egg noodles
  • Schezuan peppercorn salt
  • 5 spice powder – just a small pinch
  • 1 tbsp shao shing rice wine

Marinate the lobster in the schezuan peppercorn salt and rice wine for about 15 mins.
Prepare the egg noodles according to packet instructions.Pour cold water, drain and set it aside.
Heat a wok and pour in some peanut oil.Add the ginger garlic and stir fry the lobsters for a min.Remove with a slotted spoon and set aside.Now stir fry the veggies except the corriander and spring onion for about 2 mins and then bring back the lobsters.Beer is the secret ingredient, it adds a nice twist to the flavours.About 100 ml of any larger/beer u desire.Heat it thru.Add the noodles at this stage and the oyster sauce, vinegar and salt to taste.Mix well and throw in the corriander and spring onion.Plate up and drizzle with chilli oil.

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Comment :

noreply@blogger.com (Linda)

what beautiful photographs! this sounds and looks scrumptious!

noreply@blogger.com (mae)

Oh, noodles. I haven’t cooked noodles in 2 weeks. I had some pad thai for lunch at a Thai restaurant yesterday though. 🙂

Your photo is enough to convince me to cook some up this week. I like the black bacground. It brings out the colours on the noodles.

Mae

noreply@blogger.com (Sheetu)

I knew you’d eventually come up with something tht was made of noodles….and wht a creation. I have the urge for noodles now at 11:30pm.

noreply@blogger.com (Rasa Malaysia)

Are those lobsters? They look like a plumped up shrimp…anyway, they look sooo good and succulent. 🙂

😉 I Like you blog, I´m bookmarking it!

Misa Vaya

I’m an ENFJ too !

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