Wednesday, October 17, 2012

Aglio Olio..... Fusion/Chinese Style

My wife love to cook pasta .. this is because
1) easy to cook
2) no need to make a big mess in the kitchen
3) it taste good.. even though you are a beginner...

My wife's specialty is aglio olio..
Her style of cooking make it very fusion and maybe it seems like Chinese style to me..

Few weeks ago she cook aglio olio with Pork Ribs (Ma Ling brand)
We got some fresh rockets...

Aglio Olio with Pork Ribs..

When we eat out we usually order the spaghetti carbonara..
but when we at home we always cook marinara or aglio olio style...


57 comments:

  1. Looks good la! What source that she used?

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    1. source or sauce??
      i think she uses the ahem sauce sourced from SP lor.. kekeke!!

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    2. Wakaka

      The sauce that came from SP as the source? Woooo

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    3. that one is secret recipe sauce :p

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  2. Wah! I got first sip here today.

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  3. That rocket veggies, just eat fresh like that, nice ah?

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    1. did you notice that every dish cooked by SP and FF they always like to decorate them with the rocket leaves one?? :p

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    2. make ones wonder what is it about rocket vege huh....

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  4. The shredded carrots looks nice in the pasta.

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  5. My two princesses's favorite pasta are balognese and tomatoes saurce.

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    1. They always bug me to cook spaghetti for them.

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    2. actually i like pasta, any kind of cooking lah be it cream base or tomato base or aglio olio.. depends on my mood what kind of sauce and what type of pasta to eat.. hehe!!

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    3. When Mak Yan comes to KL.....you better be a good host and cook pasta to invite everyone to eat at your house. After that we can watch live Starfish and Hairy Crab in action!!!!!

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  6. It looks yummy..
    I love to cook spaghetti. It so simple.

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  7. I seldom cook spaghetti, my kids don't favour them much, so does my hubb.

    When I cook spaghetti, I'll bring to office and share with my colleageus :)

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    1. I like to cook tomato sauce one, usually get the canned ready made sauce, hehehe!

      Not authentic already.

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    2. Put sausage, mixed vege and canned sauce - becoming so unhealthy meal :p

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    3. Your wife's specialty is aglio olio, erm, every time cook this dish, do you get bored?

      Ah hah, I know you cannot answer this. If you said bored, your Fui Fui will mogok don't want to cook. If you said not bored, your Fui Fui will cook this for you every weekend (until you jelak!). Dilemma, LOL!

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    4. Waahahahah....better not answer rite? LOL!

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    5. Ah Hua, are you sure your kids and hubby don't like spaghetti or they just don't like the spaghetti that you cook?? haha.. good lah you, cook and bring to office to share with your colleagues.. i wish i have colleague like that~~ :p

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  8. i love to cook pasta too...easy peasy to prepare! perfect for student like me!

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  9. Wah west meet east, hehe, nice~

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    1. Your fui fui quite creative also ma! ;)

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    2. hahaha, actually pork chop spaghetti is quite common in kopitiam here in KL already leh.. they somemore fry the spaghetti with garlic and cili padi, very nice~~

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    3. That one sounds like pasta sesat!!! But macaroni, fry char kway teow style...very nice also!!!!

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  10. Pork Ribs (Ma Ling brand) , means its canned food?
    Ya...am interested to know what sauce she use. Got use olive oil?

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    1. Ma Ling? Eyewwwww!!!! Will not buy that brand, many imitations...and some taste horrible. I would buy Gulong.

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  11. Wahhh...yours is fusion style. Next time I want to copy this idea too.heheheh

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  12. LOL you should give it a special name, since aglio olio is just plain pasta with olive oil and chilli flakes.

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    1. Memang fusion. Should call the dish Marco Polo goes to China! LOL!!!

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  13. aww looks so yummy please post the recipe :)

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  14. Her birthday, she cooked for you kah? Not you cooked for her? Or maybe she cooks for you once a year only...on her birthday - the rest of the year, you cook. LOL!!!

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    1. LOL! Jahat la u, STP..
      But I initially oso thot its SP who cook this aglio olio.

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  15. I fully support item number two...no messy kitchen...no need a lot of work

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    1. but the only down side is i duno eat this. Taste weird to me coz me ah lian a bit.

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  16. looks nice, with lots of great colors from the leaves and veggies. freshly made pasta is the best! :D

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  17. looks really superb... u successfully triggered my production of saliva...hmmmm.........

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  18. SP, what are fresh rockets? :) My kids will love this too...

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  19. Nice one bro! I like how you mixed Ma Ling pork ribs with rocket leaves, very unique! :)

    ...and yes, it's simple to cook too. Thanks for the tip bro! This is great fusion work. Easy, and no fuss.

    I love how your wife incorporates rocket leaves too, it was a fad at restaurants a while ago (as well as truffle oil) but using it at home makes it different. Cheers! :)

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  20. that looks so gourmet and so yummy, very good presentation too

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  21. Haha I cook very long the spaghetti still very hard... how long she cooked it?

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    1. well you have to refer to the instruction on the spaghetti packing..
      normally it takes about 10 mins..

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  22. i love that kind of not-so-thick sauce :) and... PORK!

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  23. this spaghetti looks very refreshing!!

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  24. I love Aglio Olio too, simple and yummy. Your version of fusion sound good too!

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  25. Love fusion meals - the best from around the world. :-)

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  27. i wanna dive into that pasta hehehehe

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  28. Looks yummy!! I want spaghetti asam laksa!! : )

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  29. Your wife surely can cook and you are so lucky,that looks so fabulous. Even for someone like me don't really enjoy pasta, I can't stop admiring the pic.

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  30. I have not had that pork ribs for such a long time. Maybe I could do an aglio olio with that too...yummeh!

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  32. Yeah! The most easiest thing to cook is spaghetti. I always cook spaghetti for my bro when my parents went outstation.

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