Sunday, March 22, 2009

Seafood Dinner

This was a follow-up dinner after our kelong trip. I cooked mostly seafood for my friends tonight. Post Ocean Bay Resort dinner cum belated birthday cake cutting for two friends.

Sharing with you the food we enjoyed tonight.

Black Pepper Crab
Photobucket

Chilli Crab
Photobucket

Calamari
Photobucket

Steamed Fish
Photobucket

Garlic Basil Sauteed Prawns
Photobucket

Honey baked wings
Photobucket

Brinjal
Photobucket

No picture of the fried kangkong and clams though

Photobucket

Dessert was oreo cheesecake
Photobucket

This was the belated birthday cake for the birthday girl and boy.
Photobucket

29 comments:

MeRy said...

The chicken wings looks tempting...

Anonymous said...

Hi,

Can share how to prepare the calamari rings? TIA

fiona

FAMILY FIRST said...

My all-time favourite from your bakes is the oreo cheesecakes!

Let's masak said...

Wow, this is such a big feast and all dishes are prepared by one pair of hands, OMG, you are so good.

I like the honey baked chicken wings particularly, can you please share the recipe>

charzzzzy! said...

I second the request for the calamari recipe!!

~~吳大娘 - 吳懿恩, 吳懿倖和吳勇樂的母亲大人~~ said...

seriously..you should go open your own seafood restaurant..your dishes looked so yummilicious

Hugbear said...

For the calamari recipe I will just share it here. It was my dad who taught me how to make the batter. 3 tbsp rice flour, 1 tbsp plain flour, 2 tsp baking powder, salt and pepper (estimation), about 2 tbsp of sesame oil, cold water, mix into a batter that is not too thin or too thick. This part you will have to eyeball it with your own judgement. You can use the same batter for prawn fritters too.

Towards healthy and leisure life~! said...

wow, the seafood really look nice!

Anonymous said...

baking mum,
u are really a fantastic cook....for me it wld take me at least a day to prepare all these food..

i wish i know you so that i can go and eat all the gd food haha

Anonymous said...

oh my its mouth watering the pics... please share your recipe for the crabs.. and also teach us how to kill them...

Anonymous said...

Lee,
See already .... 'lao-nua'
That's quite a spread!

Ma-Li

FAD MOM said...

wow i am salivating at this feast! Especially the crabs!

btw, Baking Mum, I had been looking for an easy pastry recipe for pies, and used the one you used for Chicken Pie.

my girls love it! thanks for sharing!
http://www.fadaboutfood.com/2009/03/chicken-pie-with-diy-pastry.html

Vivien said...

May i know what camera you are using in regards to photos in your food blog? I am doing a personal survey before buying a new camera as current photos in my blog kinda sucks, i am using a 5-years-old Pentax Option4S. Thanks for your help

possible, please reply me

vivien_1223 at yahoo.com

Hugbear said...

Hi Vivien, I am using a Panasonic Lumix FX 30.

Hugbear said...

You are welcome Fadmom.

beachlover said...

you so "keng chau" cook all the super delicious yourself!!

vincent said...

Hello,


We bumped into your blog and we really liked it - great recipes YUM!!! YUM!!!.
We would like to add it to the Petitchef.com.

We would be delighted if you could add your blog to Petitchef so that our users can, as us,
enjoy your recipes.

Petitchef is a french based Cooking recipes Portal. Several hundred Blogs are already members
and benefit from their exposure on Petitchef.com.

To add your site to the Petitchef family you can use http://en.petitchef.com/?obj=front&action=site_ajout_form or just go to Petitchef.com and click on "Add your site"

Best regards,

Vincent
petitchef.com

phoebeluv said...

wah...got restaurant standard...pleasing to the eye and must be tantalising to the tongue....please share share the pepper crabs and chilly crab recipe, can?

Anonymous said...

Dear hugbear

I have tried the calamari recipe but not so crisy but the taste acceptable from my family. Have to eat while hot but how u manage to cook so many dish while still serve hot or warm.

My Little Space said...

I wanted to try a new crab recipe but unable find some nice crab lately. Will let you know later!

Anonymous said...

Hi Hugbear,

I have microwave oven with conventional bake. Can you pls. advise me did you remove the round rotating glass plate when baking cakes & buns?

Thanks

anonymous

chumpman said...

Chicken wings look excellent ! I can almost smell black pepper crabs, drool !!!

Anonymous said...

Hi Baking Mum,

Could you kindly provide me your email address at neiltoto@hotmail.com as I need some baking advise from you.

Thank you.

Mixue

Fong said...

wow, another round of your yummy seafood meals. For the garlic basil prawns - did you first deep -fried the prawns, then heat wok, saute garlic, add prawn, basil and quick stir under high heat?

Wai Fong

Hugbear said...

Hi Anonymous, yes I did remove the glass plate and I used the lower rack to bake.

Hugbear said...

My Little Space, hope you can find your crab soon.

Chumpman, thanks.

Hi Mixue, my email is leeleet@gmail.com

Hi Wai Fong, yes the prawns was deepfried first. Your steps are correct. However you need to add a bit of sauce when stirfrying.

Bits of Taste said...

Wow wow! so much of delicious food.

Diet Plan said...

Great dishes.

Aysha said...

The garlic basil prawns looks so good

Related Posts with Thumbnails

Culiverter

Add it to your blog