Monday, 13 October 2008

Eating parcels

Since I have some minced chicken and fish paste lolling about in the fridge, I decided to make little meat parcels for dinner. They're such a cinch to make. Just mix the two together, add some chopped spring onions, sesame oil, pepper and soy sauce. Spoon the mixture onto a small sheet of dried beancurd skin and wrap into parcels.


To make a complete meal out of this dish, I added in Chinese cabbage, green vegetables and sliced fish which lend a rich flavour to the soup.


Here's what it looks like when it's done. The other dish in the background is stir-fried young leek with fresh shrimps which the kids also love very much.

8 comments:

jyankee said...

It's getting colder here and the last dish looks similar to the "nabe" here in JP! Weather is starting to get cold...just the perfect time for those hot pot dishes!

The Real Mother Hen said...

That sure looks healthy and delicious.

Charlie Hotel said...

From the title I thought you were eating DHL boxes!

Blur Ting said...

JY - Yes, I can imagine hotpot or shabu shabu is perfect during winter.

Blur Ting said...

MH- Yes, indeed. Inexpensive too.

Blur Ting said...

CH - Well, if we end up having to eat DHL boxes for dinner, you probably won't find me blogging anymore. I'll be too improvished to afford broadband...

J@n!ce said...

I'm wondering what parcel is that until I saw the pic !! Looks healthy & yummy :):)

Nick Phillips said...

Oooo, I've always wanted to make that but didn't know how. Thanks for the tip. I'm going to try my hand at it this weekend :D