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Peacock Palace I ordered and picked up for Dinner. Chose from entree chicken skewers with satay sauce and dinner main garlic king prawn. They have a new look menu. Entree serve seems a lot smaller but main was full of king prawns. I got 4 serves from each dish. See below.

Peacock Palace

 

At home I added more Chinese stir-fry vegetables and rice and yum cha to make 2 extra meals for 2 serves There was enough satay sauce for a 2nd meal so I cooked more chicken and stir fry vegetables to make a 2nd serve.  Continue reading

Chinese Banquet #3

cooking Chinese at home has been a part of my cooking since I was 12. Now I bake yum cha with cooking spray in oven for 20 minutes. I make vegetable dishes and sauces. Steamed rice to add to the meal cooked by absorption method in microwave for 10 minutes.

This banquet includes yum cha with 2 dipping sauces hoisin and Thai oyster, sweet n sour meatballs, braised vegetables in oyster sauce with galangal, sesame oil, gluten-free  cornflour slurry.

Chinese banquet #3

Yum cha

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This entry was posted on October 4, 2018, in Chinese.

Chinese: Sweet n Sour Sauce

I decided to make my own sauce from scratch and love it. Tastes like the real deal. I didn’t have pineapple juice so it would make it a little better if I did. None the less this one is very close to traditional Chinese dishes.

Chinese Sweet n Sour Sauce

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Yum cha baked

Preheat oven 180*c Place on lined tray spray with cooking spray bake for 20min.serve with Thai oyster sauce or sweet Chili sauce or Tamari

Yum Cha with Thai oyster sauce

This entry was posted on September 23, 2018, in Chinese.

orange chicken

Orange chicken was a recipe I have been meaning to cook for a,while but I didn’t have a recipe for it. I looked up the recipe on Pinterest and I didn’t have ingredients so I substituted it for what I had.

Orange chicken

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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This entry was posted on September 1, 2018, in Asian, Chinese.

Leftovers

Leftovers sweet n sour pork.

See my Chinese banquet for the recipe.

We made enough for 3 meals so we didn’t have to cook each night.

Simple reheat in microwave for 2 minutes and dinner was done.

Sweet n sour pork

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This entry was posted on August 29, 2018, in Asian, Chinese.