y.u.m.m.y h.o.u.s.e - a place to put our secret yummy recipes from past generations to new dummy recipes of our clumsy failure of cooking. it's a kinda .. experimental test and succesful experience we want to share from the darkest side of our kitchen :)

Monday, September 05, 2005

fried calamari

Originally uploaded by kl4nis.
anyone know how to make a good fried calamari. c mala (my sis in law) once said to me .. if you want to make a good one, you should fry that ... WELL fried. it means .. it's dried, and looked yellow.

So .. how about that? anyone knows? btw this pic is also from my lunch today. it's not a recipe, only a pic.

so for the recipe, i'm waiting for someone who will kindly post a comment in this website. thx for your posting yaaa (sok yakin banget).


Originally uploaded by kl4nis.
today is crab day. we all just went to fish market, and bought a bunch of crabs for lunch. The crabs look yummy, except that .. the taste is a little bit weird, with arabic/lebanese taste. i think i like better crabs with .. oyster sauce!!!!!

well .. this is only a pic, there'll be no recipe for this. so Girls (jo, nee) .. GA BOLE marah yaa :)

Sunday, September 04, 2005

beef teriyaki and vegetables

beef teriyaki and vegetables
Originally uploaded by kl4nis.
nyam nyam. I like this cooking. since it's easy .. and the taste is very good. I'll submit the recipe later. currently just want to post the picture first :)

ok .. now, this is the recipe :
1. cut beef brisket to size 1 * 2 * 0.5 cm. then, after finish, marinade beef with garlic, sweet soy sauce (kecap abc), oyster sauce, sugar, and chilli sauce (if you want). marinade this in about 1-2 hours.

2. in frying pan, fry some chopped onion until golden brown.

3. add beef, and cook that until dark brown, and well done. add some more sauce if required. taste.

4. for garnish, steam some mixed vegetables (you can buy this in supermarket). steam until well cooked.

5. to serve, you can as well put some lemons for the beef.


Originally uploaded by kl4nis.
I tried to cook this phillipines curry. Currently, i'm still on trial, and I dont know the exact curry. But i like mine :)

well .. here's the recipe (drpd ntar ada yg bawel lg hohoho) :
1. in a saucean fry 1 kg beef frisket cut into 1" cubes until the edges turn brown.

2. add 2 cups of water, bring to a boil, lower the heat to simmer until tender.

3. add 1 pouch mama sita's spicy sauce calderetta. Mix and stir.

4. add potatoes, carrots, both cut into serving portions. Simmer.

5. add red/green bellpepper, cut to serving portion. Cook until done. (you might as well put some green peas).