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Rich and Creamy Avocado Milkshake

  Simple and easy avocado milkshake recipes. If you love avocado, you will love this rich, creamy and refreshing avocado milkshake. CHINESE VERSION: 牛油果奶昔 Rich and Creamy Avocado Milkshake Recipe | MyKitchen101en Ingredients: Avocado 1 Fresh Milk 1 ½ cup (360ml) Ice ½ cup Honey 2 tbsp.   Directions: How to cut an avocado: This recipe call for a perfectly soften(ripe) avocado. Unripe avocados are hard and firm, green avocado often take few days to ripen at room temperature. Gently squeeze the fruit with your hand, ripen fruits will be firm yet yield to gentle pressure. 1 Slice the fruit...

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Hard Boiled Eggs with Different Doneness

  There are different ways of cooking eggs, hard-boiled egg is one of them. Hard-boiled eggs with different doneness have different texture. The donenesses demonstrated here are 5 mins, 7 mins and 10 mins. Which doneness is your preference? CHINESE VERSION: 不同熟度的水煮蛋 Hard Boiled Eggs with Different Doneness | MyKitchen101en Directions: 1 Clean the eggs (room temperature), put into a saucepan, add in water (water level should be higher than eggs)。 2 Bring to the boil.   3 Reduce heat to low, cover and cook until your preferred doneness: 5 mins, 7 mins or 10 mins (the suggested time is for size A...

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Crispy Deep-Fried Dried Anchovies (Ikan Bilis)

  Dried anchovies (Malay: ikan bilis) is a very popular side dish in Southeast Asia. Deep-fried anchovies are usually served with nasi lemak, or cooked with sambal chili. CHINESE VERSION: 如何炸出香脆的江鱼仔 Crispy Deep-Fried Dried Anchovies (Ikan Bilis) | MyKitchen101en Ingredients: 100 g dried anchovies (heads & intestines removed) 500 ml cooking oil Directions: 1 Rinse the cleaned anchovies 3 times to remove excess salt.   2 Dry thoroughly with kitchen towel. 3 Heat the cooking oil to 160ºC, add in anchovies, stir occasionally. (Reminder: Increase the amount of cooking oil if you have increased the amount of anchovies.)    4 When...

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Lo Mai Gai (Steamed Glutinous Rice Chicken)

  Lo Mai Gai is a popular dish in Hong Kong style dim sum restaurants. The steamed glutinous rice is soft but chewy and has a touch of ginger. The marinated chicken and mushroom as well as the slightly sweet lap cheong complement the taste of the Lo Mai Gai. Making your own Lo Mai Gai at home is quite easy. The cooked Lo Mai Gai can be frozen for later consumption. Whenever you want to enjoy, just steam again for 15-20 minutes and it is ready to be served! CHINESE VERSION: 软Q糯米鸡 Lo Mai Gai (Steamed Glutinous Rice Chicken) |...

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