Sunday, 7 August 2011

mee goreng Itali

Me and Min Fei decided to prepare lunch for the family on this day... and dad was complaining about the 2 packets of spagetti left unopened for quite a while already in the kitchen cabinet. So we thought it was a good time clearing the stock while it is still within the best before date (already checked, it expires in 2012 ^^)

Therefore, we prepared this nice Italian dish: Aglio e Olio 
It happens to be my dad and Min Fei's favourite type of pasta and they really don't like Spaghetti Bolognese with the tomato paste as they found it too wet and sweet. 


One packet of spaghetti added into the boiling water

marinated minced meat
Onions and garlic cut into thin slices
Button mushrooms and capsicum (i insisted must include the 3 type of capsicum which added vibrant colours to my spaghetti)
3 plates of ingredients :)
you cant exclude them in your cooking if you want your Aglio e Olio to taste fantastic
All were put into a big bowl to be carried down to the kitchen





al dente :)

Colourful combination in the wok

need a guy to do the stir frying cause the mixture of ingredients were really heavy >.<

Tadahhhh.. our "finished good" :P

Me and mee

Our "finished good" on the dining table ready to be wallop :P

15 comments:

suituapui said...

Oooo...nice. Yum! Yum! And who's that handsome guy helping you to cook? Your boyfriend kah? Lucky you... LOL!!!

Ying Ying Dai Tao Har said...

suituapui, yes. he had to do it cuz i didn't have the strength to handle the wok ladle >.< keke...

Hayley said...

Wow, not bad wo!!

Hope you're having a great Sunday~

Fish said...

Can try some? i am hungry now.. :)

YT said...

I can testify, it tasted great.

Awesome awesome awesome. Thank you lovely duo. Muacks!

Twilight Man said...

You can open a restaurant soon! I love Italian food.

eugene said...

How come me not invited one leh....? sorry dear,last saturday didn't go for run cos hurt my knee joints..next week sure go, game to join?

johnnie lim said...

looks good. must try it next time

Mr Lonely said...

its colourful but i don't like spagetti~ haha, i am bias~ XD

Ying Ying Dai Tao Har said...

Hayley, yaya.. the appearance looks not bad kan.. (self praise is no praise) ^.*

Fish, too bad you're in a far far away land.... i heard that u get to come back once a month now kan?

YT, thanks for the compliment ;)

Twilight Man, maybe one day when i'm tired of working in a factory, then i'll consider it. btw, how's ur dislocated arm??? better get it "fix", hope you have a speedy recovery. take care ;)

eugene, i must join u for running one of these Saturdays... must start to train on tar road ady.

johnnie lim, i'll cook for you, no problem. and for eugene too ^^

Mr Lonely, my dad didn't like it at first. but after tasting our Aglio e Olio, he changed his mind. keke.

Shanda said...

You should have invited me. It looks delicious.

Ben said...

Learned a new thing today, mee goreng itali (thumb up!) ... thanks for the idea and will try my hands on this new recipe :)

Ying Ying Dai Tao Har said...

Shanda, i'll cook this for you when you get the chance to visit this beautiful island in Malaysia :)

Ben, hehe.. it's actually the dish that u can easily find in the menu of Italian restaurant - Aglio e Olio. do try this simplified and malaysianized recipe out and share your thoughts about it with me. dont forget to let me test out your cooking ya. :P

Bananazஇ said...

Think global act local..hahaha what a blend between Itali and local.

Ying Ying Dai Tao Har said...

Bananazஇ, yeah... cuz we are not ang mo.. so we muz 'localized' some of their food.. :P