Category Archives: Meat Recipes

[Recipe] Chinese Ginger & Leek Chicken Stir Fry

Ginger & Leek Chicken Stir Fry |

This is my teeny tiny twist to my favourite dish from Chinese takeaway – the ginger & spring onion (scallion) chicken stir fry, which I have substituted the spring onions with a leek.

This batch of stir fry was a generous one in terms of portion size. This came about when there were discounted chicken tenderloins for about $8+ per kilo at Harris Farm Markets. Forgetting the fact that it was just two people in the Fuss Free Cooking household as well as I will be traveling to Melbourne in two days, I brought 1.5kg home!  I used 500g for chicken biryani and the rest for this to make this speedy chicken stir fry, a couple hours before boarding the flight.

April 2014 Featured Blogger: Abby from Things for Boys & Satay Turkey Burgers Recipe

Emily: Hi guys! Hope you had a wonderful week so far!  It’s that time of the month again to feature my next blogger friend, Abby,  from Things for Boys. I felt like Abby and I got connected over the homemade kecap manis recipe. :) I love her fun sewing tutorials and her recent completed project of a slouchy leather bag upcycled from her mum’s leather jacket was inspiring.

Now, it’s in my head that I want to make my own “ideal” handbag ha!

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Hi, I’m Abby and I blog over at Things for Boys. At least 90% of my brain power is put towards cooking and crafting, so my blog has become a place to share with everyone all the things I get up to.

[Recipe] Shrimp and Snow Peas Stir Fry with Chili, Miso & Tomato

Shrimp and Snow Peas Stir Fry with Chili, Miso & Tomato |

In the past, I have only associated miso paste with making tofu miso soup. However, I have learned that miso paste has greater use than just making soup. Due to its potent salty and savoury taste, it is versatile enough to be used as a marinate as well as to amp up the savouriness in my vegan mac ‘n’ cheese.

And here comes another use for miso paste: to make stir fry!