Pan-fried cowpea with streaky pork (thick bacon) – Thai Style


Pan-fried cowpea with streaky pork (thick bacon) – Thai Style

Cowpea! Its looked like a vegetable for me but after i googled it/ turns out its a pea just like its name ==”

Anyways, cowpea has a lot of benefits!
1. It can help with osteoporosis
2. It has phosphorus which can help burning up carbohydrate and fat
3. It can help with scurvy
4. Has lots of vitamin C

From the photo
I first boiled cowpea to soften.
Then i fried straky pork without using oil since the pork itself super fat. Then fry cowpea and pork together// seasoned with oyster sauce and soy sauce

Happy eating!

Fried (super) Spicy water Morning glory – Thai Style


Fried (super) Spicy water Morning glory – Thai Style

I myself have a lot of foreigner friends, since i was studied in an international school and college

Anyways, most of my friends love this Thai menu… Even though it’s looked like a normal fried vegetable

Well, for those who haven’t been eaten this ‘morning glory’ I suggest you go get one at your nearest local Asian supermarket (I hope they have, they actually have in UK though)


‘Water morning glory’ or water  spinach, in Thai it’s called ‘Pak-Boong’

Water morning glory needs lots of water and lots of spaces to grow, and it grows on rice patties, and won’t be survive in winter ;(

“Fyi, water morning glory is not the same as morning glory flower in US because that one is poisonous”
Alright here are something to know about water morning glory,

1. It has rich flavor and crunch of its own.

2. It can be eaten both raw and cooked/ Thai people normally fry with chillies garlic and oyster sauce, or boil it and eat with Thai style dip.

3. Water morning glory itself contains lots of iron, good for pregnant women and women hormones basically.

4. Because it has iron, it’s also good for those who have anemia.

5. water morning glory is one of a choices for diet, it can lower blood sugar.

6. What is it contained? Water morning glory contains lots of protein, Vitamins A, B, and C, has magnesium for enzyme, and calcium for bones.


Because it’s my favourite vegetable as well, go grab one! at China town or local Asian Stores!

Happy Eating!





(Creasy, R. (2000). The Edible Asian Garden. Periplus Editions)


Scallops Spicy Thai style Fried Egg Noodle


Scallops with spicy Thai style pan-fried egg noodles// these are actually the leftover

1. use olive oil for better life choice

2. Garlic first/ pan fried until it turns a little brown

3. chillies in// because i want to make it spicy then scallops

4. fried it gently, be careful of the scallops

5. seasoning with a little of oyster sauce and 1 tbs of soy sauce and black pepper

5. egg noodle in and then cherry tomato

6. put coriander to colour up the dish and ready to serve

Happy Eating!

Homemade Teriyaki Grilled Salmon


Grilled salmon with cherry tomatos and garlic
I homemade teriyaki sauce to seasoning salmon

The sauce is from everything-I-could-grab around me

1. Sugar as a base flavour
2. Premium Soy sauce (i just feel like the premium one has less salty)
3. Either white or black pepper
4. Oyster sauce

“3 tablespoons of sugar with 1 tbs of soy sauce and a teaspoon of pepper and 1 1/2 teaspoon of oyster sauce”