Thursday, September 15, 2011

OATS PORRIDGE WITH FISH BALLS


OATS PORRIDGE WITH FISH BALLS RECIPE

Ingredients:  for 2 persons
1 medium size carrot- slice 1 cm thick
2 pieces garlic-minced
10 pieces fish balls
4 cups mineral water                                        
1/4 cube chicken stock
Salt and pepper
2 cups quick cook oats
Spring onion
Salt and pepper
Boil 4 cups mineral water with garlic, chicken stock, carrots, fish balls, salt and pepper
When carrots almost softened, add in oats and spring onions.

Stir for 2 minutes and put off fire. Garnish with spring onions. Serve hot

44 comments:

  1. Hi, this is the first time I read, see oats porridge made this way.
    It sure looks fantastic. Very creative too.
    And makes a change from nasi lemak or toast bread with butter and eggs.

    From looking at your very impressive pics of your cooking, can see you have a black belt in cooking.
    Have fun, keep a song in your heart.
    Best regards.
    Lee.

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  2. Lovely porridge.. First time seeing fish balls..
    Very unique recipe!!

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  3. this is a nice one, Wan, and healthy too! Love the way you add a splash of colour with the veg.

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  4. Mmmm! Looks lovely! And perfect for falling temperatures :)

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  5. I first came across to your site when I was tagged to 7 links tag game. But unfortunately I was not having time to go through your blog. Now I hopped again and I liked your recipe collections. You have good collections of recipes for weight watchers. happy to meet you here.

    Cheers,
    Uma

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  6. Salam, Wan. I like this simple recipe which is so nice and easy to prepare. Thanks, Wan. :)

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  7. Simple, clean and healthy. Great dish!

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  8. Great looking dish!
    And healthy too :)

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  9. goodness Maznah, what a creative and fantastic outcome, I am going to make this but with rice.

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  10. many thanks for the kind visits and great comments from uncle lee , julie, jehanne, parsley sage, uma, balqis,
    yummy chunklet, hashnordin,
    kushi and nava.
    Have a wonderful day to all of you and happy blogging :)

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  11. First time heard of this reciepe.
    It looks great. And also ur art is
    good.also ur art is
    good.

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  12. Lovely and healthy porridge...

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  13. nice refreshing way of serving oat porridge..

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  14. I'm going to try this but not sure if I'll like it. I'm not a porridge fan but this is certainly healthy eating.

    Wan, are those your photos at the top of your blog - they are beautiful!

    I'm going to link one of your guest posts (the one on the cheese platters/fruit) to a FB group I'm in. If it works I'll let you know :D

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  15. There are some awrds waiting for you at my little space;pls collect ,dear :-)

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  16. ohhh....very inviting color...
    Am turning a big fan of your lipsmacking recipes...:)
    Tasty Appetite

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  17. what is fish ball ?? i never heard it before this is the first time i m hearing so have to check in net

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  18. yay no more popups! :) the oats inside a soup is wonderful! i've done that many times before and it is just delicious. :D

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  19. Just mouthwatering...looks so easy to prepare and delicious!

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  20. As you know, I'm allergic to seafood...but this is a unique way to make oats. Very simple to prepare and a savory dish. I've always had it as a sweet dish. Very clever!

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  21. this is a nice & easy recipe...Good way to cook Oats.Thanks for sharing

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  22. Healthy and delicious way to cook with oat! Love this....

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  23. Hello Ms.Wan..I have not tried oats with veggies..I usually mixed it with fruits..a must try for me Ms.Wan..thank you sooooooo much *hugs*

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  24. Many thanks for the kind visits and sweet comments from chandrani, sarang mangi, tina,
    alfandi, mari wilbur, Julie, jay,
    sheril , junia, kalyan, ann, amy,
    treat and trick and sie.
    Have a wonderful day to all of you..

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  25. This will be the best recipes for my pregnant wife. If she can eat oats because I cannot. The taste is a totally way out of this world for me.

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  26. porridge are so great for breakfasts....

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  27. Hi Cookingvarieties,this porridge luks yumm and real healthy- wd luv to try soon.Thanks for sharing and many thanks for dropping in.

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  28. Oats and fish are a combination I never would have imagined...but it looks beautiful, would love to try it!

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  29. The oat fish porridge looks so soothing and tasty that I wish I could have a large bowl now! Yum yum~!

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  30. many thanks for the sweet comments and kind visits from lunaticg, peachkins, my kitchen flavors,
    girlichef, spoon and chopsticks and angie's recipes
    have a wonderful day to all of you :)

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  31. yummy flavourful combination looks wonderful

    regards Akheela
    torviewtoronto and createwithmom

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  32. wow...now this is one healthy porridge...very filling and very colourful..

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  33. This sounds really interesting:)

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  34. wow this recipe is really easy to prepare even a noob cook like me can make it thanks for this share.

    http://fromwalatookay.blogspot.com/2011/09/koreas-biggest-electronics-show-be.html

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  35. Thank you so much akheela, suhaina, dzoli, air and sonia for your kind visits and sweet comments. have a wonderful day :)

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  36. Very healthy dish. Good for the body and soul. My son like porridge and this look like something he will enjoy.

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  37. oh ya? ok i will try savory oats- looks good for breakfast

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  38. In order to make the porridge simply mix the oats with the water or milk and put into medium heat in a saucepan. As the temperature rises it will begin to cook together. It only takes a couple of minutes to cook, but if you like yours thicker then leave it a bit longer.

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