'Dinper' at Gu Zao Ren Taiwanese Porridge + KelJessLoft's home-made food - Tuna Balls & Japanese Miso Pasta with Salmon + Hokkaido Salmon Burger by McDonald's
Recently, both Baby and I were craving for a comforting bowl of porridge, so in order to indulge my stomach craving, and we went to 'Gu Zao Ren Taiwanese Porridge'! It is located at Changi Road, and they offer an extensive of variety of items on their menu to choose from.
Apart from the Stewed Pork Belly with Mei Cai, we also ordered Brinjal with Minced Meat in Claypot and Hot-Plate Tofu.
My recent brekkie! I have been eating salad as part of my meal. Normally, I will take them as brekkie in the morning with some ham & cheese with herbs cubes. Eat healthy and stay healthy!
Recently, I picked up a mug from Starbucks, and it is a limited edition collaboration with Kate Spade. With the help from M, I got a discount of SGD15 from her staff’s benefit, and I paid only SGD35 for it. Thanks ya!
We picked up pre-prepared Takoyaki from Donki. All you have to do is to microwave the takoyaki balls and add in the small sachet of takoyaki sauce, bonito flakes, mayonnaise sauce and seaweed powder that is provided in the package.
Apart from the condiments given from the package, we added extra ingredients to our takoyaki balls such as more Bonito Flakes and Nori Strips. We even added in more of our own Takoyaki Sauce to enhance the flavor!
Baby and I decided to try the Hokkaido Salmon Burger from McDonald's on a random weekend lunch. Both of us enjoyed it very much. I want to have it again, as it is not on the regular menu.
My sweetest hubby is cooking for us again.... He saw an online recipe, so Baby decided to execute it for our dinner. He cooked Japanese Miso Pasta with Salmon. The main ingredients are Spaghetti, Salmon and Miso Paste. Apart from those mentioned, he also used Dashi Seasoning Sauce to enhance the flavor further, and lastly used the Nori Strips for garnishing. It tasted pretty good, and both of us loved it very much. Thanks for the pasta dinner, Baby!
I bought a packet of Calrose Rice and a can of Tuna Flakes from Fairprice. I also picked up a packet of Nori Strips and a packet of Bonito Furikake from Daiso. I decided to make Tuna Balls for brekkie for us.
Baby helped me to boil the rice, and I added Sesame oil, Soya sauce, Sushi Vinegar, Tuna Flakes, Mayonnaise Sauce and Nori Strips. I made them into a round shape akin to a ball, and rolled them over the Bonito Furikake before serving.
Taadah! The Tuna Balls were done… This was my first attempt, and as per my Baby, he said they were pretty tasty! I promised him that I will make it again soon...
I end my post with my breakfast at Upper Boon Keng Market and Food Centre. I came this time to show support to my colleague's friend who recently open a hawker stall after leaving his first year of University. The Stall's name was "Woks of Taste", and they sold fried Char Kway Teow which was delicious! It usually sells out by noon, so do ensure to come early in order to avoid disappointment! The wait time on average is about 15 - 20 minutes!