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    Hi jtsky, I also enjoyed your Carbonara very much, mm mmm mmmm

    Glad to see you have posted another recipe, your secret chilli sauce looks wicked, can't wait to try it. There are a couple of ingredients that I dun know what they are, maybe they go by another name? Calamansi and chichalok? I would ask my wife she is in Spore and I am stuck here in Darwin, she has gone out for the evening and will only be home well after I have hit the sack.
    I love chillies and have at least a dozen different varieties growing in my garden and would like to try your sauce.
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    Calamansi and chichalok?
    Calamansi :


    aka lime


    Chinchalok:




    preserved baby shrimp
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    Have got limes in garden and have seen chinchalok I am sure in Asian supermarket, thank-you raptor1988
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    Quote Originally Posted by raptor1988 View Post
    My Mum loves your carbonara recipe!
    Thanks, raptor1988. Wow! Even ur mum like it! That make me feel very honoured. Thanks for posting the pic of chinchalok,. U try Melacca one before?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Clunk View Post
    Hi jtsky, I also enjoyed your Carbonara very much, mm mmm mmmm

    Glad to see you have posted another recipe, your secret chilli sauce looks wicked, can't wait to try it. There are a couple of ingredients that I dun know what they are, maybe they go by another name? Calamansi and chichalok? I would ask my wife she is in Spore and I am stuck here in Darwin, she has gone out for the evening and will only be home well after I have hit the sack.
    I love chillies and have at least a dozen different varieties growing in my garden and would like to try your sauce.
    Thanks, Clunk, Chinchalok adds an unique taste to chilli, it goes well especially with herbal beef/mutton soup (one of the hainanesse cuisine), but it is kind of acquired taste that some really hate it. Try to find out.
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    Thank-you jtsky, I have acquired a taste for most things eg century egg, durian, herbal soups, the only thing that I have not liked is my wife's bitter gourd soup. I am stopping at the Chinese Empourium on the way home from work to see if I can find Chinchalok.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jtsky View Post
    Thanks, raptor1988. Wow! Even ur mum like it! That make me feel very honoured. Thanks for posting the pic of chinchalok,. U try Melacca one before?
    She's says the taste is quite unique. No problem.. just trying to help. I've only tried the local sin sin one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Clunk View Post
    Thank-you jtsky, I have acquired a taste for most things eg century egg, durian, herbal soups, the only thing that I have not liked is my wife's bitter gourd soup. I am stopping at the Chinese Empourium on the way home from work to see if I can find Chinchalok.
    Hope u can find it. And of course, one day I will post my bitter gourd soup to challenge ur acquired taste..

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    Quote Originally Posted by raptor1988 View Post
    She's says the taste is quite unique. No problem.. just trying to help. I've only tried the local sin sin one.
    Last time I went Melaka, I bought one from the local, very nice, I wish I buy more.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jtsky View Post
    Last time I went Melaka, I bought one from the local, very nice, I wish I buy more.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jtsky View Post
    Shall we 'western' today??

    This is carbonara spaghetti with asian touch

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    jtsky's Asian carbonara spaghetti


    thx for sharing . I really enjoy pasta.
    looking forward to more recipes...

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    Hello, It's has been awhile since I last post. was busy with my baby. Let's start with something auspicious!


    Ingredients:
    盆菜 (Pen Chai)
    •Mushrooms (soaked)
    •Dried scallops (soaked)
    •Roasted pork
    •Roasted duck
    •abalone
    •Prawns
    •Frozen vegetable/sotong balls
    •Fish Maw
    •Lotus root
    •broccoli

    Chicken stock
    •1 chicken
    •金华火 腿 (Jin hua ham)

    Method:
    Chicken stock
    1.Put chicken and金华火 腿 in room temperature water and bring to boil with high fire.
    2. Turn to slow fire to boil for 1-2 hours

    盆菜 (Pen Chai)
    1.Arrange the ingredients like pic in claypot
    2. Add in chicken stock and bring to boil and serve
    Last edited by jtsky; 13th June 2010 at 08:32 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jtsky View Post
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    Nice!

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    Did you use flash for the latest photo?
    Lighting seem quite harsh.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AnsQ View Post
    Nice!
    Thanks for ur kind comment, AnsQ

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    Quote Originally Posted by grumpy View Post
    Did you use flash for the latest photo?
    Lighting seem quite harsh.
    Thanks, grumpy. Notice that too. I am not good in flash photography. Will adding a diffuser help?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jtsky View Post
    Thanks, grumpy. Notice that too. I am not good in flash photography. Will adding a diffuser help?

    hmm, it might.
    But I am not totally sure, I usually shoot food without flash and use as much ambiene light as possible.
    But i guess if you use a diffuser or bounce the flash, it will definitely not be as harsh.

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    i am hungry after looking at your pictures.. yummy yummy..

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    Quote Originally Posted by grumpy View Post
    hmm, it might.
    But I am not totally sure, I usually shoot food without flash and use as much ambiene light as possible.
    But i guess if you use a diffuser or bounce the flash, it will definitely not be as harsh.
    Thanks for sharing ur experience, grumpy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gglankie View Post
    i am hungry after looking at your pictures.. yummy yummy..
    Thanks, for ur kind comment, gglankie

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