Saturday, January 31, 2009

CNY's Dinner @ Aunt's Kitchen

Aunt loves entertaining and we love being entertained. She cooked for another 'set' of relatives, and we were invited as well. It was another feast for she cooked what the guest wanted to eat. (ya, orders were placed. haha..)

Here's her version of Sweet and Sour pork. It's topped with pomegranates.

Sweet and Sour pork with pomegranates

Her rendang. Spicy and so tender.
Just tell the butcher you want it for cooking rendang and they will tell you which cuts of meat is good and they will cut it for you too.

Beef Rendang

The 'ngo hiong' that my cousin helped aunt rolled.
You can see the ingredients right, big chunks and full of prawns and pork.

Home made deep fried meat wraps

The Nai Bai stir fried.

Nai bai

The home made Sio Bak. The skin on top is extra crispy. :-)

Home made roast pork

This is the Duck Feet Web, Sea Cucumber, etc Mixed Dish.
Delicious.

Duck Web, Sea Cucumber Mix

We all feel so Blessed to have an aunt who loves and feeds us so well. :-)



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7 comments:

Netts Nook said...

Thanks I am now hungry I have never thought of pomegranates on top what a great idea .

Anonymous said...

Greetings from Canada

Great looking food. Your aunt an really cooked. Best rendang I've seen.

Pentel.

cat_aunty said...

Oh my....your aunt is a legend. The sweet sour pork looks fantastic!!

AromaCookery said...

Wow, your aunt is an amazing cook! The sio bak looks so crispy and juicy!

southernoise said...

ditto all of the above! your aunt needs a godson? :P

January said...

What nice food and a wonderful cook. Does your aunt teach cooking? Would like to learn that roast pork, in fact any of the dishes she made here.

Keropok Man said...

netts nook,
it was the first time i saw it too. it was quite unique ;-)

pentel, cat_aunty, aromacookery,
will let her know :-)

southernoise,
haha....

January,
no, she's not teaching. she's a full time housewife taking care of her children. (and also feeding us.) hehe..

But you can look at this recipe by southernoise at http://southernoise-gluttony.blogspot.com/2008/05/sio-bak-roasted-pork-belly.html

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