#54: Canton Kitchen

Saturday night, 9 September 2017, we had dinner at Canton Kitchen. It was my first time dining there, and also the first time going to that business area. Passed by a few times.

Address: LG 1-1 Seri Gembira Avenue, No. 6 Jalan Senang Ria, Taman Gembira

GPS: 3.079655, 101.68635749999999

Contact: 03-79719309 / 012-9201801

Website: http://www.cantonkitchen.com.my

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/cantonkitchen/

I have no idea what are the name of the dishes they ordered. When I reached there, dinner is serving. Just the right time to arrive and eat. There were 11 adults and 2 kids. My mom managed to book a big table. It’s dinner with Uncle KW and Auntie J before they go back to Australia. On my way to the place, I made a few mistakes on which road to take. I did refer to the Waze but still.. wrong turns. I rarely drive at places that I’m familiar with, especially during the evenings or nights.

You can click on the pictures for a bigger view. The names… I don’t know what are the actual names so I gave own names..

Verdict: This is based on my personal opinion. 

  • Meehoon with Chicken Pot: I don’t quite like it because there’s ginger and Chinese cooking wine in it. If only I take out those gingers nibs. I don’t mind drinking ginger tea or eating ginger biscuits. But I certainly don’t like eating ginger in any dishes. The ginger and Chinese cooking wine somehow gave sort of heat which I don’t really like.
  • Steamed 3 Types of Eggs: The salted egg doesn’t taste like salted egg at all. Overall this dish came with too much gravy. Specifically ordered for kids.
  • Crunchy Pork Slices: Crunchy but more to the hard side. Kinda addictive.
  • Mushrooms: Too starchy.

Rating: This is also based on my personal opinion.

  • 5/10

According to my mom, the vegetables are from their Bentong farm. It seems that the farm is not open to public. Only during special occasions, you get to visit the farm. Some event organized by the restaurant.

Parking Rate: RM 2 per Entry on Saturday.

Reservation: Highly recommended both common seating and rooms.

#49: Baked Beer Chicken with Dried Chillies

My weird cooking again..

Ingredients:

  • Chicken whole legs (I have 2)
  • Homemade stock
  • Dried chillies
  • Beer
  • 1 tbsp Dark Soy sauce
  • 1 tbsp Light Soy sauce

Method:

  1. Clean the chicken legs.
  2. Marinate with homemade stock (can use salt send pepper instead).
  3. Cut dried chillies into smaller pieces (I used about 10).
  4. Pour in beer (I used about half of a big bottle).
  5. Marinate overnight inside a container, in the fridge.
  6. Take out from fridge, add in dark soy sauce k for some color) and light sauce. Mix well.
    • Use a fork to poke some holes on the meat to absorb the marinate.

  7. Put back inside the fridge until time to cook.
  8. Baked at 200°C for 30 minutes or until cooked.

Note:

  1. I scooped some of liquid over the chicken, and spread the chillies on top before putting inside the oven.
  2. The remaining liquid, I kept in a bottle, inside the fridge.

#47: 2-in-1 Meal

Thermomix is a VERY USEFUL, EXPENSIVE, SMALL KITCHEN, SAVE PLACE, SAVE TIME, AND HEALTHY COOKING. I was skeptical like anyone else before getting one. Last week, I made 1 meat dish and 1 soup, cooked at the same time.

Cook Time: 1 hour

Speed: 2

Temperature: 100°C

Portion: Soup for 1-2 persons, Chicken for 1 person

Ingredients:

  • 1 Chicken Leg, clean
  • Homemade Stock
  • Corn (I cut from 1 small maize. Don’t throw the outer layer – I don’t know what you call it)
  • 4 Small Tomatoes
  • 1 Small White Radish, remove skin
  • 1000 g Water

Method:

  1. Cut the radish bite sizes. Put them into the TM Basket (is that the right name?) into the TM Bowl.
  2. Cut the radish leaves (if got) and add in too.
  3. Cut 2 tomatoes. Add to the radish.
  4. Add water. And put on the lid.
  5. Top up with the Varoma Dish or any steamer you prefer.
  6. Layer the maize leaves (I really don’t know what is that called).
  7. Rub some homemade stock onto the chicken leg. Place it on the leaves.
  8. Sprinkle the corns.
  9. Cut the balance 2 tomatoes and put around the chicken leg.
  10. Put on the Varoma cover. Cook 1 hour / 100°C / Speed 2.
  11. Eat while hot.

#43: WAUngo Restaurant

Got a leaflet for this place when I came pasar malam on Monday.

Address: 8, Jalan PSK 8, Pusat Perdagangan Seri Kembangan, 43300 Seri Kembangan, Selangor.

What you see in leaflet is for display only. Taste wise.. not bad.. I certainly would prefer more rendang gravy for the rice. The syrup is not too strong of rose flavor (I hate it when it’s too strong) but macam not enough susu.. Portion wise… okay for 1 serving… not too much… not too little…

This place is fan-conditioned. Street parking.

#SirapBandung@2.50 #NasiChickenRempahRatus@6.90

#41: Mashed Potatoes with Spring Onions and KFC

A few days ago I bought 12 pieces of KFC (original and spicy mix) but didn’t finish. Then… I wanted to make mashed potatoes. So came up with this idea.

Ingredients:

  • 300 grams KFC (I used both original and spicy), shred the meat
  • 700 grams Potatoes, skin peeled, cut into small size
  • 350 grams Full Cream Milk
  • 30 grams Coconut Oil
  • Spring Onions

Method: Just follow the Thermomix recipe but with my ingredients.