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Seafood Porridge and Songtum Dinner

Seafood Porridge and Songtum Dinner

Cooking at Kuan's house with Kuan and O'Neil. Thanks Kuan, for the kitchen and pots and pans, etc. :P

For the seafood porridge, we've sea crabs, fish chunks, prawns, crab sticks, and a squid.

The porridge has been prepared beforehand by cooking rice with a large quantity of dried anchovies and ginger slices. The solo squid is sliced.

Seafood (fish, prawns, and crabs) are stir-fried with ginger, garlic, and a little bit of Chinese wine for more flavor.

Songtum or Thai Young Papaya Salad is prepared by mixing young papaya slices, long beans, tomatoes, fresh onions (halved), garlic (smashed), limes, cili padi, stir-fried anchovies, roasted peanuts, salt, sugar, and fish sauce (to taste).

Serve everything and it's time for dinner with Kuan, Kuan's husband, O'Neil, and my sister.

Eat till burppp... Ooops.

:P

6 comments

  1. The seafood porridge looks awesome. Hard to eat with the crab though but I bet it's delicious!

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  2. Yes, it's delicious!

    Am not a fan of crabs but it's still fun cracking those shells to get to its succulent meat. :P

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  3. wah joyce this must the way of u lepaskan gian for not cooking for 5 months hehehehehe...... the porridge looks damn good and full of cholesterol :)

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  4. LOL, June.

    Lepaskan gian, yes.

    Full cholesterol, don't care. Once in a while. :P

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  5. yeah i think that too once a while is ok hihihihi..... well it's good to know you had fun cooking and eating the food :) and with great company .

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