My family and I went to a local clean-eating concept restaurant and since my daughter would like to have something light, we ordered a chef-recommended bread-salad dish with apple sauce for its dressing. Boy, were we disappointed with the apple sauce! Other than the few pieces of chopped apple bits (more as garnishing than for flavour), there was nothing apple about it. Just syrup with chopped apples. So this weekend, I made my version of apple sauce and it made us vowed not to order the same dish from the restaurant, ever again! Click on to find out how to make your very own authentic apple sauce at home.
Sambal is chilly jam in Malay. It is a very common condiment in any Malay restaurant that serves rice. However, I am sharing a special sambal that was popularized by the Indonesians. Sambal hijau tumis is a special type of sambal that is not spicy and yet still super appetizing that matches perfectly with any rice meal. Let's call it the mild sambal that fits everyone's stomach.
Orange is a citrus fruit that is popular for its juice, sweetness and energizing fragrance. Many cosmetics giants are using orange as this fruit is also packed with vitamins, particularly Vitamin C, which is beneficial to our skin, teeth and eyes. Today, I am sharing some suggestions how you can use this versatile fruit.
Dipping sauce can greatly enhance an otherwise bland dish or add more flavour to an already delicious dish. I am sharing this special tangy sauce which goes well with any seafood. Since this dipping is sans chillies and mainly made of fruit and garlic, even children will like it.
I'm very exciting to share this special recipe inspired from my trip to an eco-leisure farm. I got addicted to the ginger dipping immediately and thought of making a jar for my consumption at home, anytime.