Cottage cheese topped with Cheerios & organic raisins
The following were cooked simultaneously in my Tecno 3-Tiers Electric Steamer & shared between the 2 of us.
Organic ten multi-grains (Simple Natural brand found at most Cold Storage outlets) with red dates
5 tbsps soaked overnight in 100ml of water. Add some chopped red dates on top of the rice & steam for 35 minutes.
Steamed organic tofu with minced free-range pork, broccoli, organic zucchini & wolfberries
Marinate pork with some sesame oil, mix in the chopped zucchini & spread evenly on top of the tofu. Top with some wolfberries & steam for 10 minutes. Add the broccoli & steam for another 5 minutes.
A simple dish with lots of nutritional value! A pity the pork's texture is a bit on the tough side. I'm probably too used to my mum's smoother pork marinated with corn starch. With so many genetically-modified corn products in the market, I guess I'll have to start my search for the organic version. Hopefully, I can lay my hands on one soon.
Steamed 'mo pei yu' (pronounced in Cantonese) with shiitake mushrooms
Drrizle some extra virgin olive oil over the fish & top with sliced mushrooms. Steam for 15 minutes (10 minutes is usually enough but due to the recent incident of the enmasse deaths of fishes at the local kelongs, I was advised to cook the fish more thoroughly and so I increased the duration of the steaming).
Organic pasta in yellow onion, organic pumpkin & baby spinach sauce with salmon