Friday, May 11, 2012

What's For Lunch? Part VII

My lunch menu just got bigger and better... bigger in portions and better in terms of variety, with increased servings of vegetables and fruits. Trained from young to eat lots of fruits and veggies, mummy is glad to see me chomping down raw vegetables without any complaints :) Here are some of my favourite meals, all prepared by mummy...

Egg with baked baby potatoes, organic lettuce, corn and cherry tomato salad and grapes

Stir-fried wholewheat spaghetti with organic greens, carrot and egg, homemade fishballs, guava, orange and strawberry

Pumpkin chicken rice, cold zucchini, pear and Junior Juice 

Egg-cheese-mayo sandwich with organic lettuce, grapes, cherry tomatoes and a sweet treat... Fredo milk chocolate

The 7-Treasure Fried Rice... fried brown rice with egg, corn, red capsicum, asparagus, long bean, carrot and homemade fish cake, starfruit and grape and organic pandan soya milk (homemade by mummy) 

Mini chia-seed buns (home-baked by mummy) with egg, lettuce, carrot, banana and unsweetened barley water 

Japanese udon with egg, carrot, cabbage, homemade fish cake strips, okonomiyaki sauce and topping, strawberries, grapes and another sweet treat... Maltesers chocolate malt balls

Mini pizzas... mixed herbs bread with mushroom, tomato and cheese, blanched broccoli, apple and Milo

Chicken rice (mummy's style)... butter & garlic rice with soy sauce chicken and mushroom, bean sprouts (the spring onion is homegrown in our balcony), cold cucumber, grapes and prunes  

Chicken salad... shredded chicken with mayo, organic lettuce, cherry tomatoes, Mickey & Minnie pancakes, grapes and orange 

Toasted tortilla with braised turnip and chicken (a la popiah), organic greens, kiwifruit, papaya and sweet potato tong-sui

Creamy chicken & mushroom pasta (mummy made the yummylicious cream sauce from scratch), organic salad with raisins and fresh lychees

Okonomiyaki (Japanese pancake that mummy improvised with mashed potato, prawns, shredded cabbage and carrot and wrapped with an egg), corn, edamame and plum

The portions may look big but on most days, I am able to finish everything on the plate in one sitting Sometimes I will stagger the meal and reserve some for later. I always look forward to lunch and I enjoy lunch more than dinner (cos dinner is usually the boring rice with dishes).

Here's Part 6 and more.

23 comments:

  1. wow, the food look appetizing and not to mention, healthy too. kudos to mummy for all the effort and love put into cooking your food :)

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  2. Hweili, you put me to shame when I look at all your cooking for Chloe. Healthy and delicious. I am a beginner in baking and cooking, and you are Gold Medal. Happy Mother's Day to you.

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  3. I wowed at all the foodie prepared for Chloe, so nutritious and balanced and colourful!

    Seriously, you must post up the recipes of all your home-cooked ones.

    Btw, Happy Mother's Day to you~~

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  4. wow u are a very lucky girl my dear... all the dishes look GREAT and colourful :-)

    good job mummy!

    Happy Mother's Day to you :-)

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  5. If YX saw this, he will faint. haha...coz he is one picky eater and he must eat RICE ! Very China...

    Wow..impressed with your cooking......Chloe sure grow into one healthy young lady.

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  6. Wow...I want this kind of lunch for myself everyday...so healthy. I think I should prepare something like this to attract Gwen to eat more.

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  7. The meal is so healthy and I love the variety.

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  8. WOW!! So healthy, yummy and 5 stars in presentation. Thumbs up to you!!

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  9. makes me drool....hungry jor. :)

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  10. Lucky Chloe...all the meals look yummy.

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  11. It's look appetizing ! Your cooking skill so good and so creative! Lucky Chloe!

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  12. It is always a pleasure to look at your creative lunch ideas for Chloe. I hv to get ziyi to learn from you so i can also get those kind of healthy yummy lunch in the future. It must be such a high attention delicate technique to peel those lychees in halves.

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    1. No delicate techniques involved la... just run a knife around the lychee skin and then peel one side off. That's it :)

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  13. Chloe's such a lucky girl! The food presentation is superb n not to mention, extremely healthy -- mostly home-made n organic stuff. *thumbs up for mommy* ;)

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  14. Very nice and beautiful meal your mommy prepare for you. Wah you can finish quite big portion, really good!

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  15. Can I be your "old" daughter too? lol

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  16. Wah!! So cute!! I also want to order for my lunch!!

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  17. Thanks for sharing d ideas. Sometimes I really dun know what to cook for my kids.Eventho after browsing at the internet for ideas. I like the okonomiyaki lunch. Will look for the sauce when i go to Jusco.
    Chloe def has such a well balanced diet from all ur TLC... :)

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    1. I got my okonomiyaki sauce from Daiso. It tastes the same as the one bought from Jusco, but very much cheaper ;)

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  18. Yor.. love the homemade fishball with smiley face! Her meals are all so super cute. U r such a devoted mum!

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  19. loveeeee your beautiful yummy decorated meals. can aunty have recipe for that mini bun?

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  20. can i have tat cute little bun recipe from your mummy

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  21. Chloe is a lucky girl. Mommy put so much effort in all her meals.

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