Never too busy to cook! So last week, Miss Tam Chiak and I conducted a cooking demonstration organised by omy.sg and Pansonic at the Singapore Food Trail, Singapore Flyer.
We were pleasantly surprised because registration closed fast after 4 days due to over, over, overwhelming response. The organisers expected 35 pax, but more than 200 people registered! We wonder if it was due to the free cooking demo, or THE two bloggers conducting the cooking class. Whahaha *thick skin*.
I must say we do not know how to cook – but we try. Sometimes, I have to be blunt and say that “being busy” has been our laziest and easiest excuse to put aside time to cook something for our families. Really, it is about how we prioritise our time.
We are thankful to Theresa Wong from Panasonic for sharing her recipes and cooking tips. Here’s an easy-to-prepare dish, and one that can impress your family and friends at gathering and parties. If I say it’s easy, it is really easy.
Grill Fillet With Vegetables
300gm fish fillet (cut into 2 pieces
120gm shitake mushroom (sliced)
120gm colour capsicum (sliced)
50gm onion large (sliced)
60g mozzarella cheese (shredded)
Paprika powder, black pepper and salt
40gm mozerella cheese (shredded)
2.5 tsp mayonnaise
1 tsp teriyaki sauce
1 tsp garlic minced
1 tsp garlic (minced)
2 tsp teriyaki sauce
1 tbsp olive oil
Oregano leaves, black pepper, salt
1. Marinate fillet with pepper, salt and Seasoning A for about 15 minutes. Leave aside.
2. Mix mushroom, capsicum and onion with Seasoning B. Leave aside.
3. Place fillet with skin part on grill tray, towards outside.
4. Next place the mushroom mixture towards the inner side of the tray.
5. Sprinkle cheese and paprika on top of fillet and mushroom.
6. Set double grill for 15 min (Recommended to be cooked in Panasonic Inverter Steam Microwave over Model NN-SV30)
The salmon would have a light golden brown finish, with the inner flesh being cheesy smooth and moist. Unexpectedly delicious! The vegetables on the side are colourful and delightful, and the entire dish reminds me of eating a pizza without the crust and guilt. Go try it and tell me how it goes!