I was very intrigued by the dish since I've never heard of stir frying MILK before. But appearantly it exists!
The recipe from magazine:
The recipe calls for about 150 ml of milk (doesn't matter if it's fat free, low fat or whole fat), some corn startch, 6 egg whites, a few scallopes, some chopped up ham, and some salt to taste. I didn't have any scallopes so I used shrimp instead, and also added some fish roe.
Here are my ingredients: shrimp that were quickly cooked in boiling water, 6 egg whites, chopped ham and green onion, and milk.
Add about 2 tablespoon of corn starch into the egg white mixture, and add in milk. Stir well until all corn starch have dissolved.
Use low heat, slowly and carefully stir fry the milk-egg mixture until cooked and tender. Add in the shrimp and plate. Sprinkle ham and garnish on top. And we are done!
With the milk added into the egg whites, the dish has a very tender texture. It feels like a big plate of breakfast food to me though -- eggs, milk, and ham! hahaha at least now I am satisfied with my curiosity about this dish.
Since I used up 6 egg whites, I needed to do something about the leftover egg yolks :p So I made this tofu dish:
It has some ground beef, sweet onion, eggs, soft tofu. Then I seasoned it with white pepper and salt. Quick and easy, very tasty too :)
And here is what I wore on my lips today -- MAC's Hello Kitty lipstick in Strayin'. I should remember to wear lipsticks more often :)