Friday, 28 November 2008

Home-made Hamburger

Welcome To The Tiny-Tots Cooking Classes Family Recipes For Success

Teaching children to be independent are the best-laid plans. It is a pity many kids of today pursue computer games so much or become a couch potato, grabbing a quick meal watching TV for the whole day. What happens when they leave home and the comfort zone to study abroad? Can they manage to cook for themselves a decent meal?

Many parents were happy to start off their young ones with cookery classes under expert help from Datuk Lim Bian Yam. This is a good holiday scheme, enriching the children's leisure. It helps to build their self-confidence and teaches everyone what teamwork is. Getting children involved in preparing recipes for a meal can instil a sense of discipline in them and promote ideas of sharing.

Happy Meals Are Here!

1 kg minced beef/ pork/ chicken
2 pips garlic (pounded)
2 eggs (beaten)
45g fresh bread (blended)
1 tsp salt
1 tsp black pepper (only for minced beef) or 1 tsp white pepper (only for minced pork
or chicken)
1 tsp MSG
1 tsp tarragon

1. In a big bowl, add in minced meat, seasoning and garlic. Stir in one direction with a wooden spatula.
2. Add in eggs, stir-well and later, add in blended bread pieces. Shape it into 60g rounds, flatten it slightly or shape it with a hamburger rounded mould.
3. Heat up a flat frying pan with two tablespoons of oil. Fry patties till well cooked. Serve hot with paste as according to the note printed.

Note: Hamburger means beef grilled in the Hamburg style. It was originally introduced into the U.S. by German immigrants. It is usually sandwiched in a round bread roll.

(Y3K Cookbook Vol.10-Lim Bian Yam's Favourite Recipes On International Cooking)
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Anonymous said...

May I know what is MSG in madarin?

Y3K food & travel said...