Breakfast time

Saturday and sunday morning is my favorite time to cook english breakfast. Looks like complicated, but in fact you just need some eggs, bread, beans and sausages. Heinz baked beans is my preference as it is already tasteful without adding anything. You just need to heat it up in a saucepan with medium heat. But … Continue reading Breakfast time

Braised Goose with Veggies

I never thought to cook or buy this kind of bird before, until my nearest butcher was ran out of chicken supply. And I didn't regret that as now I can proudly say I know how to cook a goose. So I decided to make a braised goose with some vegetables that I have left … Continue reading Braised Goose with Veggies

Sweet & Spicy Beer Butt Chicken

After a long day at work, roasted chicken is one of dishes that I really like to cook for dinner. First, it is easy to make -  you just need to rub the chicken and put it on the oven, meanwhile you can have some rest and watch telly until your meal is ready. Second, … Continue reading Sweet & Spicy Beer Butt Chicken

Crabs with oyster sauce

I'm back with my new recipe. This time, I would like to share one of the easiest dish I made with Crab. Ingredients: Half Crab 2 garlics (finely chopped) Black pepper 2/3 tbsp of oyster sauce Asparagus Olive oil Balsamic vinegar glaze Cup of water 1tsp of sugar Methodes: Steam the crab until it cooks, … Continue reading Crabs with oyster sauce

Roasted chicken – Jamie Oliver’s revisited recipes

Just bought a whole chicken and found Jamie Oliver's recipe, I didn't have all the ingredients as he had, but it was still delicious and perfect for Sunday dinner. My ingredients: Whole chicken (poulet fermiér) 2 onions 1 bulb of garlic 1 bay leaf A small bunch of thyme Olive oil Ground sea salt Ground … Continue reading Roasted chicken – Jamie Oliver’s revisited recipes

Home made chicken katsu

Chicken Katsu or Japanese fried chicken is one of my favourite quick dish when I don't really have lots of time to cook. Here is my recipes: for 2 persons: Ingredients: 2 chicken breast (slice it like butterfly) 5 tbsp of flour 1 tbsp of maïzena (corn flour) some salt and black pepper, 1 tsp … Continue reading Home made chicken katsu

French veal ragout – “blanquette de veau”

Blanquette de veau is one of french traditional dishes for autumn or winter season. There are lots of easy and quick recipes on the internet, but I suggest you to make a proper one because the secret of cooking a perfect "blanquette de veau" is keeping original flavor from each ingredients. If you mixed all … Continue reading French veal ragout – “blanquette de veau”

Duck breast with orange sauce

Duck breast is one of classic dishes that you can find in most of french brasserie, but sometimes it's pretty expensive to afford it every time you go to the restaurant. I start to learn how to cook this french food, so I do not have to go to restaurant each time I want to … Continue reading Duck breast with orange sauce

Pineapple fried rice

If you asked me what every Indonesian at least can cook? Yep! exactly, it is the famous "Nasi goreng" a.k.a fried rice. How we make it? It depends everyone's taste, it could be spicy will fresh chili, or sweet and sour with tomato sauce and butter, or fruity just like the one that I'm going … Continue reading Pineapple fried rice