Salad with Mayonnaise and Balsamic Vinegar Dressing

Posted by Volvoxx On November - 21 - 2009

Out of ideas of what to cook for dinner? Dining alone? Salad makes an awesome, simple meal for one, or side dish for two or more!

Instant Tiramisu / Happy Birthday Dad

Posted by Volvoxx On October - 27 - 2009

My two nieces are more than happy to celebrate their grandfather's Birthday with him

Soya Bean Milk

Posted by Volvoxx On October - 22 - 2009

Ever wanted to try making your own soyabean milk? Check it out!

Baked Macaroni Cheese

Posted by Volvoxx On October - 12 - 2009

Fancy some simple satisfying Baked Macaroni Cheese at home? Check out this recipe.

Fish Chip with Beer Batter.

Posted by Volvoxx On October - 10 - 2009

An attempt in making Fish Chip with beer batter...while forcing QJ to consume fish :P

The end of sem 'pick-a-kitteh' syndrome.

Posted by Volvoxx On October - 09 - 2009

Kittens will mysteriously appear at our doorstep come semester break. This time, its happening again. A cute, manja, noisy kitten visits 391D.

Swedish Meatballs and Spaghetti

by Volvoxx On November 25, 2010 11:23 PM

Flavours magazine (by The Star) tend to have very interesting recipes come festive season. Big sis buys them regularly so I get to browse thru them (and steal recipes from her) while I'm at her place.Since I'm working now (and feeling a lil splurgy since I haven't bought any recipe books for awhile now *hint hint* ), I decided to buy this festive month's edition.

There's quite a few number of interesting recipes in there this month. Swedish meatballs (omg Ikea's yummilicius meatballs) is one of them. There's also this very sedap looking recipe of Turducken - Turkey stuffed with Duck stuffed with Chicken. Looks so damn sedap giler babi but it says it'll take about 2 hours (depending on skill) just to debone the 3 birds. Hummmm.........and turkey's rather expensive. Maybe I'll just stick to 'Ducken' this year...or just roast pork :9 yum!

Anyways! Back to the balls. Decided to try out the recipe since I had minced pork and leftover beef (from Beef bourguignon the other day. Julia Child's recipe)...and it's rather rare that I have these two meats at the same time. I didn't have breadcrumb, but I took the wholemeal bread that bro bought, toasted it, and blended it... :P kinda worked, I guess. Haha! The other ingredients (milk, salt, pepper, egg) are also ready so I decided to just give it a go. Made spaghetti sauce too, so that I can have the meatballs with spaghetti.

Spent about an hour plus (after a tiring day at work) but it was well worth it. :D

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