Wednesday, August 15, 2012

Curry Prawns with Cabbage and Long Beans Recipe


Prawns curry is my all time favourite. The natural sweetness and flavour of prawns blend really well with curry spices. I left the prawn shell intact because they are packed with flavours.
Since, I have some leftover cabbage, I throw them into the prawn curry as well. Long bean is a must for my seafood curry because my wife love it very much! In order to reduce the spiciness of the premixed curry spices, I add a tablespoon of serbuk ketumbar (coriander powder) to the curry. My little 5 year old loves curry but it must not be too spicy or else he won't take it.
Here is my Curry Prawns and Long Beans Recipe.....

Ingredients
Prawns, medium size, 500 gms
Onions, 2 pcs. blended
Garlic, 5 cloves, blended
Ginger, 1 small piece, blended with garlic and onions
Lemon grass, 1 pc, blended with onions, garlic, ginger
Curry powder, 3 tablespoons, mix with water into a paste
Coriander powder, 1 tablespoons, mix with curry paste
Curry leaves, 3 stalks (optional)
Cabbage, 4 to 5 leaves or more
Long Beans, 5 pcs, cut into 1 " length
Coconut milk or cream, 1 cup
Salt to taste
Lemon juice, 1 tablespoon

Heat up wok and put in around 4 tablespoons of vegetable oil. Saute blended onions, garlic, ginger and lemon grass until fragrant. Add in the curry and coriander paste. Fry for a short while and add in the curry leaves. Throw in the long beans and cabbage. Add coconut milk and bring to a boil. It the mixture is too thick, add in some water. Put in the prawns, salt to taste and lemon juice. Cook for a short while because prawns cooked easily and they will remain tender when not overcooked. Your "Curry Prawns with Cabbage and Long Beans" dish is ready!

Saturday, August 11, 2012

Malaysian First Olympic Gold in Badminton?

Datuk Lee Chong Wei played a good game against Lin Dan in the London 2012 Olympics badminton finals. But Lin Dan managed to deny us our first gold medal for the Olympics games.

Now many Malaysians are wondering, which one of our badminton players will continue the fight for Malaysia's first Olympic gold medal when Chong Wei retires?

Jeng Jeng Jeng.......enter Peteformation Junior......our future National badminton player and future Olympics gold medalist..............lol!

.......joining junior badminton coaching soon..........

Sunday, August 5, 2012

Final Result Lee Chong Wei vs Lin Dan, 2012 London Olympic Badminton

The latest result of Lee Chong Wei vs Lin Dan, London 2012 Olympics badminton finals!

The 2012 London Olympics men singles finals was an interesting match. Both Lee Chong Wei and Lin Dan fought tooth and nail for the gold medal. It was a very close match and they chased each other points by points. Chong Wei won the first match but Lin Dan caught up with him on the second one. In the final match, Lin Dan played well and Chong Wei made many mistakes in the begining. Anyway, after changing court during the 3rd half game rest, Chong Wei managed to catch up to collect some points to lead!  However, Lin Dan managed to catch up and won the match. There goes our hope for our first Olympics gold. So sad! So close, yet so far!

Anyway, Datuk Lee Chong Wei played very well! All my respect to him!

Lee Chong Wei vs Lin Dan 2012 Olympics Final, On Which TV or Media Channel?

Well, this is not a  food post from me but like all Malaysians, I am equally excited about the final badminton match between Datuk Lee Chong Wei against Lin Dan at the London 2012 Olympics. The Malaysian time for the match would be at 8 o'clock tonight (5th August 2012). If Chong Wei wins tonight, he will be the first Malaysian to deliver an Olympic goal for our country!

Wanna know which tv channels are showing this final match?

 Well, you can watch this Olympic badminton finals smackdown between Datuk Lee Chong Wei vs Lin Dan on these TV or Media channels,

1) Astro - EO 10 SD (829) and EO 10 HD (849)
2) Maybe on RTM TV1
3) If you are on the go, you can log into Official Olympic Youtube Channel at this link (http://www.youtube.com/user/olympic)

Yay!, go go for it Datuk Lee!

Cheers!

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