Feb 2, 2014



Soft tofu (white or fried will do)
Minced Meat (chicken or pork also can)
Dried Mushroom (soak, chopped to pieces)
Chopped ginger, garlic & red onions
Vegetarian Oyster Sauce
Sesame oil
3 tbs Water & 1 tsp cornflour
Salt to taste (can skip this because of the oyster sauce taste)


Just ready the steaming utensile.

Slices tofu to your desired sizes, place tofu on a plate and make sure to get rid any water.

Then, place it on  the steamer for about 8 -10 minutes and put aside.
Preparing the sauce,  in a pan, put in 2 tsp sesame oil, stir fry garlic & onions until fragrant, and put in the meat and mushroom then the ginger.  Stiring for about 2 minutes, then put in the water with cornflour & 2 tbs Oyster sauce and cook them further until the sauce slightly thicken.
After that, pour the sauce on to your steamed tofu, and for garnishing slices of chillies andchinese pastry or spring onions… 

Jan 29, 2014


Ang Pow & Mandarin Orange a must during Chinese New Year
May our year 2014, would be the year of prosperous, wealthier (definitely), healthier (a must) and happiness (always). Regardless what races or religion we are, I am just too excited to celebrate every celebration here in my hometown. Yes, the Chinese New Year Eve today and I have plan for weeks what to prepare for this re-union. Actually, my mum is a Sino so it’s becoming a tradition for my family to have a family re-union. We will have our gathering and re-union at my youngest sister's home this time.

My Recipe for this time would be…Steaming….

My hubby bought a Selunsung Fish from pasar Tani, so, we will have Steaming Selunsung Fish. I bought Tofu for my Steaming Tofu with Minced Meat.

I am very happy to share with you my recipe, myvusak style in preparing all these steaming recipe/food. Stop by again in my blog….wait for my next post….cheers....
Gong Xi Fa Cai
Happy Prosperous New Year 2014

Jan 28, 2014

Vegetables recipe - Stir-Fried Kailan

As I am growing up, my mum always told me over and over again that vegetables are good for me.  I don't really fond of vegetables when I was a kid.  I found it not tasty and it's so greeeennnn....

But now, I will make sure there always be vegetables in my menu.  I can't deny the facts that vegetables are naturally low in energy, fat, and salt.  So, today I am going to share with you my very simple vegetable recipes - Stir-Fried Kailan.

Stir-Fried Kailan
Kailan, slices of chicken breast, ginger & garlic, oysters sauce, vegetables oil, water, corn flour & salt to taste.

Stir fried ginger in a pan with a tablespoon of vegetables oil until fragrant, put in chicken and stir a while, then put in the ginger together with the Kailan. Lastly put in the 2 tbs of water that we mixed with oyster sauce and corn flour to make a thicker gravy. Salt to taste but you can skip this because of the oyster sauce. 

When kailan change to darker color and the gravy is thicker...then...it's done! Enjoy...