OMY-食天堂Eat as DIY 好主意!
There’s no better occasion to introduce Caviar to my students; I know majority have not tried the luxury delicacy. Many of them are foreign students, from M’sia, China, Thailand, Indonesia; with just a handful from S’pore. I decided to play host and treat them to these Caviar Delights to celebrate the important event.
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After preparing 21 cups to chill in the fridge, I kept my fingers crossed, not knowing what the response will be like.
At class, I distributed the Caviar Delight. During break, I saw my students beaming with laughter and smiles after trying my new creation. “Very nice!” they commended. They like it; most have not tried the expensive Caviar. They added that the combinations of other ingredients are good and they wanted more. I was very contented with the outcome.
2 pkts Crabsticks (500g)
2 slices Bak kwa
1 cup Japanese mayonnaise
1 bunch Spring onion (chopped)
Caviar for topping
Ground black pepper to taste
- Lightly blanch crabsticks. Chop them up and mix with ½ cup mayo. Do the same with hard-boiled eggs and mix well with pepper and spring onions.
- Peel and dice mangoes.
- Boil Edamame in water for about 2 mins. Gentle push out the pods.
- Cut up the Bak Kwa into tiny pieces.