Monday, September 03, 2007

"Triple Meater" Special

I used to fix breakfast for my housemates when I was studying in Melbourne. Now that I am back in Singapore, I still make breakfast once in a while, like the BiG Breakfast. Though i do not have fine culinary skills, I managed to self-teach while watching others cook and interpreting the ingredients and taste.

Yesterday morning, I decided to fix up some breakfast (more of brunch) for Fio, who happened to be my housemate back then. The day before, I got the ingredients fresh from the supermarket and these are what I have got.

Back bacon strips are just perfect cuts for the health-conscious and 6-inch bratwurst poses danger!
The tiny weenies, Chicken chipolata.

The Procedure
The 6-inch wieners were massaged with herbs before bening brutally stabbed and roasted on a rotisserie. The chik chipolata were grilled on a mildy-greased tray. The bacon strips were marinated in a specially-formulated sauce before being grilled on the same tray. I knew it was ready when it sizzled hot!

The Components

From left-right, top-down, grilled back bacon strips, mixed greens, scrambled omelette, soya peas, frankfurters.

"Triple Meater" Special
I present to you the "Triple Meater" Special! Alongside, I added toasted sweet hotdog buns. I was asked about if my specially formulated sauce is teriyaki sauce or BBQ sauce? I said "no" to both and claimed that it was formulated out of what's available and an imagination on its resultant taste.

The verdict I got is, two thumbs up and I can improve by going easy on the oil.

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4 comments:

ber said...

we also stay quite nearby in melb yet we dun have some breakfast.. hahaha

WILLIAM TAN said...

ber said...
we also stay quite nearby in melb yet we dun have some breakfast.. hahaha

not bad lah. you guys got to try my rubber chicken curry. lol

Laurens said...

fiona,he's a keeper...lol

WILLIAM TAN said...

Laurens said...
fiona,he's a keeper...lol

dunch nid u to say lah...