Sunday, May 13, 2012

Meet Aunt Molly & The Seasoned Dried Chili

I have always loved home-cooked better than those over-hyped street and restaurant food. Not only is home-cooked food healthier, it is absolutely tastier as well. That is why I love to eat at the comfort of my very own home(s). Today I am going to introduce my Aunt Molly who is one of the few remaining great chefs in my family. Although she had learnt a lot from my late grandma, Aunt Molly has perfected quite a number of cuisines, making them more delectable.

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Meet my Aunt Molly.

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She is a good cook.

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Aunt Molly giving us advice on cooking.

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Yupe! She is a happy-go-lucky lady. :D

When we visited our Aunt Molly the other day, she was busy cooking lunch. Upon seeing us, she immediately told us to have lunch together, which we of course couldn't resist. Ha :D We waited patiently for our aunt to serve us her yummy dishes. After half and hour or so our lunch is finally on the table. All in all Aunt Molly had actually cooked 7 different dishes for us to savour. Aww...it did feel like we are dining in a fancy restaurant after all. Ha :D

Some of the ingredients used for her cooking.
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So what did we feast on? For starter we had black pepper chicken stir-fried in soya sauce. It was very flavourful and tender to say the least. We also had beaten eggs fried with shredded red chili. Aunt Molly also served us a plate of salted fish fillets which will make you drool! However I didn't consume any of the salty fish as I don't eat too salty food. Up next we helped ourselves to the some huge, succulent prawns. They were really juicy. Ha :D

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It's feeding frenzy time. Let's see what 's on the table.

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First thing first we MUST have rice! :D

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Aww..black-pepper chicken.

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Spicy, beaten eggs.

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Golden salted fish.

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Huge succulent prawn.

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Healthy dose of vegetables and mushrooms.

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Dried crab curry.

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Lotus root soup.

They say no meal is complete without vegetables right? Aunt Molly cooked a huge bowl of vegetable mixture comprising of broccoli, cauliflower, carrot, scallop and some mushrooms. Apart from the eggs, we had an even spicier dish being served on the table-spicy, curry crabs. Now I am going to show a dish that I have never ever seen in my entire. Behold: The seasoned dried chili, which was my very first time seeing and tasting them. OMG! The chili was not only spicy, it was crunchy with a hint of sweetness! Really delicious!

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Now look at the food on this plate...look at the one on the RIGHT...

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Seasoned dried chili. This is damn crunchy and of course yummy!

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Right wifey?

Last but not least we had lotus root soup to call it a day for our satisfied tummy. Although the food might not look as classy as those served in restaurants, they were really scrummy. In fact they tasted a lot more better compared to the "outside" food that I usually eat. And not forgetting the seasoned dried chili which really "exploded" in my mouth...it's like I had an out-of-body experience the moment they chili and my tastebuds made contact! Pow!

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