Thursday, September 2, 2010

What's For Lunch? Part 4

Here's more of my healthy lunch collection... my (almost) meatless meals...

Alphabet pasta with free-range chicken egg, pumpkin and organic siew pak choy

Mee-sua with free-range chicken, carrot, cabbage and organic spinach

Macaroni with diced fishcake (homemade), egg, organic broccoli and carrot

Stir-fried alphabet pasta with diced fishcake (homemade), egg, carrot and cabbage

Japanese udon with homemade fish-paste (stuffed with chopped carrot and spinach) and egg

Kon-lou noodle with egg and stir-fried cabbage, carrot, organic corn and french bean

And here are some of the "variety platters" which I love...

Macaroni with salmon flakes in creamy sauce (self-cooked, not ready-made), french bean omelette, carrot sticks, grapes and fresh apricot

Egg-mayo-cheese sandwich with toasted potato, carrot sticks and kiwi fruit

Kon-lou buckwheat noodles with stir-fried egg and baby asparagus, cherry tomatoes, blueberries, papaya and homemade soya-milk jelly

Mini buns with cucumber and egg, steamed organic corn, carrot sticks, pear and fresh cherries


French toast (from homemade multi-grain bread), wholewheat cereal, kiwi fruit, banana, cherries and less-sugar Vitagen

Mummy noticed that I have been eating the SAME OLD THING everyday... maybe because these fruits and veggies are my favourite! A few people have asked mummy if I would normally finish the above meals and the answer is YES. I always finish all my meals, especially my lunch because I'm too hungry not to :)


28 comments:

  1. waaa...tabik to your mommy. Kept thinking up so many variety of lunch for you

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  2. You lucky girl!!!! Can you please ask mummy to teach me??

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  3. I salute you for your creativity in dishing up these foods, not east i reckon.

    My choice will be Japanese Udon for Japanese is my fav food.

    good good

    take care now ya

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  4. wow. so many choice .. i salute u and i wish i can come out with this too for my boy :P

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  5. all seem so yummy-licious... :)

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  6. Mmmm....so yummy and healthy. May I know what you use as soup base?

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  7. wow...amazing...you cook so many varieties ...All looks yummy.

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  8. B&B's Mama: Very simple only la... everything dump into the soup, that's all. No special skill required :)

    MtC: For the soup base, I usually use fish paste or chicken bones (de-boned with still quite a lot of flesh stuck to them). The fish paste makes the soup naturally tasty. With all the other veggies dumped in (the greens are briefly blanched), the soup gets more flavourful. For seasoning, only sea salt is used.

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  9. hoisehhh!! u put me to shame larr!! can i order food from your mommy ahh? serious serious serious!! i will pay her well, hehehe... btw, can ask your mommy how to make homemade fishcake? aunty irene damn lazy... always buy from pasar malam but now thinks it's unhealthy

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  10. as usual, very wholesome and healthy. i love all your variety platters :-D.

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  11. you are so lucky to have your mummy! she is soooooooooooo rajin! gosh if im as rajin as her, 30% also good lah, but im not! hahahaha! seifor! i wish im staying near you, so i can cater from you leh hwei li!!!!!!!

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  12. Wah really so healthy la!!
    my tummy is singing now.. T_T

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  13. Wahhhhhh! i can never cook healthy food like that! *sobs*

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  14. Chloe is indeed a blessed girl coz Mummy takes such care in preparing your healthy & colourful meals. No wonder Chloe gets to grow so tall!

    *psst*
    Ask Mummy if she can cook for auntie also, can? ;)

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  15. 2 Thumbs Up for your mummy, another thumb up for you. So good of you to finish all your mom homecooked food and nicely sliced fruit.

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  16. I am really impressed how healthy her meals are! She is such a delightful eater...can finish everything which mummy prepares with all her TLC...Thumbs up Chloe!

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  17. Wah...Mummy you so geng lah. So healthy and yummy. Everyday make soup ah..so rajin not like me..lazy. Chloe is really a good eater. :)

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  18. Wah...your mommy can cook so well and well garnished...surely you can finished it.

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  19. Irene (Yew): I doubt your kids will eat these stuff la haha. Have to train from baby u know ;) The fish paste is quite easy to make provided you get the right fish. I get my supply from my mum ("imported" from Seremban haha). Ok let me summarize the process for you... Using ikan parang (dunno what it's called in Eng) just scrape the flesh out with a spoon. Then add some salt to the flesh and mix and stir until it becomes stiff and it's done. Try lah :)

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  20. So nice.. Not only healthy food, it comes with variety and colorful tim.. You eat the same thing , Hl?

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  21. I felt that I could just eat right out from your pictures.... everything looks so appetising and healthy.... Good Job Mummy....

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  22. OMG, what a spread of wholesomely meals (with bundles of loves and cares from mommy), I'm so envy... so, how's Chloe's verdict, she must be loving it since she managed to finish it everytime!:D

    Juan Juan seldom finish what I prepared for her... (weep)

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  23. you are so lucky! your mummy is so creative!! aunty here so lazy so everyone at home is eating over the same old porridge daily, hahaha!!!

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  24. Mommy very hardworking leh. Lunch are all very variety and typically good for those kids that dislike rice. keke

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  25. woaaaaaaaaaaaah that is a lot of foooooooood! lucky u guys!!

    jen

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  26. Hi,

    Where do u get the free range chicken around PJ area?

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  27. June: It's not hard to find FR chicken around PJ. They are easily available in modern grocers like Cold Storage, Village Grocer and Jaya Grocer. Sometimes you can also find them in Giant. I think the wet markets should have too but I've never bought any from there though...

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  28. Colourful, creative, healthy, yummy, delicious etc etc etc...hehe.

    HweiLi, I wonder do you served the kiwi with its skin?
    Normally I will peel off the skin.

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