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13 Mar

Made peanut butter Nutella cookies earlier. Too bad half of it was slightly burnt lol I forgive myself la since it's my first time hehe. Taste was yummy but tad too sweet for my liking gotta reduce the sugar next time

Baby fried rice for the little King. Used kampung egg, carrot, some garlic and soy sauce to fry the rice. Only cooked one portion cos I was craving something else hehe

This! Learnt this from my Indian housemate years ago and still remained my fav sardine dish. We don't even know what to call this it's like 'sardine curry' lol. We never really liked canned sardine cos of its 'fishiness' but when cooked like this it is heaven! Esp when served hot😋😋😋😋

The recipe of the sardine 'curry' is just agak agak just adjust according to preference ok. Sorry @lynncho I'm not that good with recipes but will try to type here 😜

1. One large onion, one tomato and one potato 😁
2. Chilli powder (I used Alagappa's here but personally I preferred Baba's cos spicier hehe)
3. Dried chillies (maybe about a handful)
4. Biji sawi and fennel seeds (can get from jusco's dried condiment section)
5. Asam jawa
6. Tomato ketchup
7. A small can of sardine

First I fry my onion+fennel+biji sawi until fragrant then add about 2-4 tablespoon of chilli powder (can adjust according to how spicy you want it to be). Then I added dried chillies (halved) into the mixture and fry till fragrant( maybe about 2-3 mins). I also added diced potatoes and tomatoes into the mixture and stir for awhile. When the tomatoes looked softened I poured asam jawa water (I just used abt a tbsp with a medium bowl of water).

At this point you may want to close ur nostril abit or on ur hood to full speed cos the spiciness can be quite 'menusuk hidung ' lol. Then I leave it to simmer and added water when it looks dried up until the potatoes are soft. Then I chucked in the sardine and a lil tomato ketchup into the mixture. I like to mash the sardine to smaller pieces so the curry gets to every piece hehe. Just add salt and some sugar to taste. Simmer until ur desired consistency and serve with rice/bread/ capati:))

My peri peri chicken cravings satisfied! Minus the stupid long queue in qb😁 Just chuck everything into the oven much easier than Chinese cooking 😁😁

What I did with the leftover sardine 'curry'. Just wrap it up with a frozen pastry and bake:) Just in time for supper 😋