Monday, 23 December 2013

Dim Sum Chef Restaurant

Assalamualaikum and Hi everyone... it's been a long time since my last post here...

So today I would like to show you a Dim Sum restaurant situated in Kota Damansara. I had been introduced by my teacher, Ms Jane as she said this is a Halal restaurant. So I went there on Sunday in last March with my family to try out the food especially dim sum.

Here is the address:
Dim Sum Chef
Dim Sum Restaurant
G-63A-G, Block G (Jalan Teknologi 3/9), 
Kota Damansara, 
Petaling Jaya 47810

These are the foods that we ordered that time.

Plum Juice

Thai Style Beancurd Roll

Steam Glutinous Rice with Chicken

Beijing Style Spicy Dumpling

Shrimp Dumpling (Must Try!!)

Stir Fried Radish Cake

Portugese Style Egg Tart

Pumpkin Sago (Sweet and refreshing)

The food was good and delicious even though I didn't get to try all (Can't decide since all looks yummy!). Even my mother who is not fond with Chinese food, she ordered Stir Fried Radish Cake twice!

The place also look cozy and calm but it'll be pack during peak hour especially lunch time.

Having a great time spent there with good service from the staff and the chef himself. Till my next post~

Friday, 15 March 2013

Korean Cooking Session - Tuna Kimchi Stew (Chamchi Kimchi jjigae 참치 김치 찌개)

안녕하세요 여러분~

Hi guys!!
For today's cooking session, I'll show you how to make Kimchi stew or Kimchi Jjigae. This is the perfect dish if you really love to enjoy kimchi. As what I know, Korean love to add pork in this stew but as a Muslim for sure I will not put pork but instead I use tuna and beef. 

My favourite is with tuna so in this recipe I will share this type of kimchi stew.

First, let me introduce the ingredients. 

1 tbs cooking oil
1/2 of slice onion
1 cup of well fermented Kimchi
1 can of tuna
1/2 or 1 cup of kimchi water / water
1-2 tofu or soft tofu

spring onion to garnish
chili powder (if want more spicy)

Now, let's cook!!

  1. Heat the pot and put the oil. 
  2. Put the onion and stir till it golden brown then put the kimchi and stir for a while.
  3. After that, put the can tuna in the pot and stir well.
  4. Put kimchi water / water in the pot and let it for 3-5 minutes until it boil.
  5. Put tofu inside the pot and stir a bit. 
  6. Turn off the heat
  7. When serve, garnish the stew with chopped spring onion. 
  8. You can add chili powder when cook the stew if you want more spicy. 

Good luck and have a nice weekend~ 

Please comment if you have question or request for other recipes.

Till next time... 

Saturday, 16 February 2013

Korean Cooking Session - Sweet Potato Latte (Goguma Latte)

Hi and Annyeong!!!

This time I will post about one of my favourite drinks that I know after watching Yongseo couple in We Got Married (WGM) - Sweet Potato Latte.

Because in one of their WGM episode, Seohyun did order Sweet Potato Latte in a cafe named Jess Cafe. From her reaction I can feel that the drinks is really yummy~ So I tried to make it one day and guess what it's really delicious and yummy!!!

So here is the recipe that I will share with you guys especially to my goguma chingus~

The ingredients that we need;

1/2 - 1 medium size of sweet potato (already cooked)
500 ml milk
2-3 tbs honey

How to do it;

1. Cut the sweet potato into small pieces and blend it by using blender or food processor. Put a little bit of water to make it smooth when you blend it.
2. Put the blended sweet potato into a pot and pour in the milk. 
3. Heat it on the stove and stir well.
4. After that, put the honey into the pot and stir well.
5. Turn off the heat and serve in a cup. 
6. Enjoy it while it still hot.

I'm using purple sweet potato for this

Goguma latte with orange sweet potato
Enjoy it!! 
Any question regarding this recipe, please comment below~ 

Thanks for read it~

Thursday, 14 February 2013

Korean Cooking Session - Spicy Rice Cake (떡볶이 Ddeokbokki)

Hi guys~
Long time no see here..

As so many request from my friends, so I decide to share with you guys this Korean snack recipe called 'Ddeokbokki' or Spicy Rice Cake.

Let me introduce the ingredients first.

We need;
3 cups of water
5-10 anchovies
2-3 tbs chili paste
2-3 tbs sugar
1/2 packet of  rice cake
Fish cake
Spring onion
Sesame seed (to sprinkle)

Okay now we go to how to do it;

1. Heat the water with anchovies until it boil. Take out the anchovies and let aside.
2. Put the chili paste and stir it till it blend. 
3. Put sugar and stir well. Let it heat for a while.
4. Put the rice cake inside. Stir and wait till the rice cake soft and the gravy is thick. 
5. Cut the fish cake and sausage and put together and stir well.
6. Cut the spring onion to the size according to your taste. Put inside.
7. Stir well and let it cook for a while for about 5-10 minutes.
8. Serve on plate and sprinkle with sesame seeds.

* Some of you might found ready made Ddeokbokki sauce/paste when you visit Korean store but for me better do it yourself. 

* For Ddeokbokki, make sure you use the right size of rice cake as Rice Cake Soup will use different size of rice cake. Some will be in long shape and you have to cut it first before you cook it. 

* For chili paste, it according to your taste. If you want it to be more spicy then add more. If you like sweet and spicy, put more sugar.

Enjoy the recipe and let me know if you guys have some trouble with it by comment it here! 

Wait for my next cooking session post~ 

Thursday, 3 January 2013

Korean Lesson - Family (가족 Ka-jok)

Family in Korean culture has three parts; 
  • General, Brother or Sister's Husband or Wife's Name, 
  • Husband's Side of Family and 
  • Wife's Side of Family. 

General Words
Relative by marriage, in-laws사돈Sadon
Husband's home/family시집Sijip
Parent's home/family of a married woman친정chinjeong
House of one's wife's parents처가Cheoga
Father아버지 / 아빠Abeoji / Appa
Mother어머니 / 엄마Eomeoni / Eomma

Grand mother할머니halmeoni
Grand father할아버지harabeoji
boy's elder brotherhyeong
boy's elder sister누나nuna
girl's elder brother오빠oppa
girl's elder sister언니eonni
younger brother/sister동생dongsaeng
maternal aunt이모imo
husband of one's maternal aunt이모부imobu
paternal aunt고모gomo
husband of one's paternal aunt고모부gomobu

Brother or Sister's husband or wife's name
husband's elder brother아주버니ajubeoni
wife of one's elder brother형수hyeongsu
younger brother's wife (sister-in-law)제수jesu
husband of a girl's elder sister (brother-in-law)형부hyeongbu
elder sister's husband (brother-in-law)매형maehyeong

Husband's side of family
husband's elder brother아주버니ajubeoni

Wife's side of family
father-in-law장인 어른jangin eoreun
wife of brother-in-law처남댁cheonamdaek

Ok, that's all for today's lesson. If you want me to post anything, just let me know by comment. I'll read all your comment and try my best to fulfil it.

Happy New Year 2013!!!

Hi everyone~ 

Happy New Year 2013... May this year will bring you with happiness and healthy!!!

안녕하세요 여러분들~

새해 복 많이 받으세요... 건강하게 이 2013년에 잘 받으세요!!

Usually on every first day of new year, Korean will have Rice Cake soup (떡 국) to begin their day.
Happy new year again!!!