chicken breasts, cut up into cubes
fresh pineapple, cut into bite sized chunks. save the juice.
white pepper (pinch)
green & red pepper
oil for frying
Beat egg. Add 2 big spoonfuls of cornflour, a pinch of salt, a pinch of white pepper, and then mix thoroughly. Add the cubed raw chicken pieces, mix well. Set aside.
Heat up wok with oil. Add a few pieces of chicken, browning evenly & cooking completely.
Once finished, place on paper towel to drain oil.
In separate wok, lightly sautee pineapples, don’t let juice to dry out.
Add green and red peppers, and onion. Add small piece of cucumber.
Add tomato sauce.
Let simmer, then add cooked chicken pieces. Let simmer & soak.
Serve with white sticky rice.
Trent was back in the states last week, and he was sent with a shopping list of some items that are either unavailable or too expensive here in Singapore. Folgers coffee, protein bars, rice-a-roni, sports beans, cereal.
Black and white kitty, Miss Jayda, is a princess and loves to have her photo taken.
I’ve been snapping pictures while in the grocery market, because some of the prices are just plain shocking. Thought you might like to see these.
Ever hear of a cronut? Well, a cronut is only the most delicious pastry you could ever taste. Its a croissant donut mix, and it’s heavenly. Fortunately for me, they are sold at a nice Italian bakery not far from our place. Unfortunately for me, they must have about as many calories as a big mac.
The first time I went to this bakery, with my friend Scott and his mom who was visiting from Richmond Virginia, I also ordered an iced tea to go with my Nutella cronut. They asked, “with or without ice cream?” I’m thinking, ice cream?? In my iced tea? Well, that’s a no brainer, of course WITH the ice cream! I was a little unsure about this, but always ready to try something new, I was excited to find out what this “ice creamed iced tea” was all about. Well, it was a normal iced tea, with a large scoop of lemon ice cream, and as it melted, it sweetened & flavored the tea! Fantasic!!
So if you live in Singapore, you must search our Brunetti’s in Tanglin Mall, and get yourself a cro-nut!!
Link to Cafe Brunetti in Tanglin Mall: http://www.brunetti.com.au/Singapore
Here is a link to read more about Cronuts: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cronut