mio TV 400k Subscribers Celebration Campaign : My Wacky Food Creation
mio TV celebrates five years and 400 000 households. To share their appreciation and thanks, they’re bringing what their subscribers love to life. In this installment, mio TV is offering a lucky subscriber a pair of tickets to dine with Alvin Leung in Hong Kong. 3D2N return tickets and accommodation included.
All you have to do is whip up their own crazy food creations, take a picture, and tell them what the meal is. The top 5 most bizarre food art will be shortlisted and invited to a showdown, with the Judges’ top pick winning a pair of tickets to dine with Alvin Leung in Hong Kong.
We have always been wanting to dine in Chef Alvin’s Bo Innovation because we really admire this molecular cooking method. The only time I tried his dishes was in Savour 2013 where I had the Molecular Xiao Long Bao and Bo Chicken Rice with Abalone Jelly. So I am excited about this and hope to win!
The boyfriend was suggesting me to cook bak kut teh jelly (inspired from Chef Alvin’s abalone jelly) and I think he thinks too highly of his girlfriend who knows nuts of molecular cuisine! It made me ponder for a day how to make the jelly! In the end, I decided to dump his idea and do what I do best – BENTO.
I always wanted to do a Cartoon Psy Bento and after doing some research, I did it. Before that, it’s time to do some cooking! Found some remaining Japanese curry cubes in the fridge and decided to cook it with potatoes, carrots and chicken. Definitely very easy to do and sauce and carrot makes it very sweet!
Ingredients (Serves 2):
4 Japanese curry cubes
2 carrots, peeled and cut to small chunks
1 potato, peeled and cut to small chunks
1 large onion, roughly chopped
200 to 300g boneless chicken fillet, cut to large chunks
3 tbsp cooking oil
1. Heat wok with oil. Sauteed onions till soft.
2. Add in chicken chunk and stir fry till cooked.
3. Add potato and carrot, mix evenly.
4. Add water and bring to boil. Simmer for 15 minutes.
5. Add in Japanese curry cubes. Simmer for another 10 minutes.
1. Add some tomato sauce into rice, mix well.
2. Separate into 1 big portion and 2 small portions. Make the face and 2 hands.
3. Cut out the sunglasses, hair and nose from nori. Cut out the mouth using cheese.
4. Slowly pour the Japanese curry into the plate.
Here’s my creation!
So if you want to meet and dine with 2- Michelin star chef Alvin Leung in Hong Kong, send in your wacky food creations HERE.
Top five more bizzare food art will be shortlisted and invited to a showdown, with the Judges’ top pick winning a pair of tickets to dine with Alvin Leung in Hong Kong. 3D2N return ticket and accommodation included.
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