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Magic Recipes



Actually, these pages have nothing to do with magic.

They are dedicated to the hungry magician!

The dishes explained below are simple to prepare with

no difficult manipulation or complicated sleight of hand

and you can prepare them with a minimum amount of practice!

Omelette with Onions



* Big onion

* Eggs

* Pepper, salt and a dash of soya sauce

* Cooking oil



Slice one big onion into thin slices and beat up 2 or 3 eggs in a bowl. Add pepper and salt and a dash of soya sauce to the eggs. Heat two tablespoons of cooking oil in the frying pan and put in the sliced onions. Fry until they change colour then pour in the egg and let it sit for a minute or so. Flip the omelette over to brown the other side.

Decorate with a few leaves of parsley and serve hot.

Quick-fried Rice Noodles


There are different types of Chinese noodles. They can be made with eggs and flour, with soya beans or with rice. They all taste nice and in cooking, can often be mixed one with the other. Here is a simple and tasty dish with rice noodles. The ingredients are very versatile and you can add to them or subtract them. The main thing is the method of cooking.



* Rice noodles

* Sliced meat : pork pieces and/or sliced chicken pieces

* Shell fish: mussels, clam

* Shrimps or prawns

* Vegetables: Chinese cabbage, bean sprouts, sliced carrots

* One or two eggs, beaten

* Garlic and onion

* Soya sauce

* Aromat seasoning or similar

* Cooking oil (corn, peanut, soya, sunflower, or whatever)



Soak the rice noodles in very hot or boiling water until they turn soft. In the meantime, chop up some small onions and garlic. The ingredients are very versatile, but on the meat side, you can use some sliced pork (or veal), some sliced chicken meat, some prawns, and perhaps some shell fish like mussels and clams. Again, you can add in whatever you like and leave out what you don't like. For vegetables, try bean sprouts, sliced carrots, sliced Chinese cabbage or whatever green vegetables you can lay your hands on. If you wish, you can also beat up a couple of eggs. When the noodles are soft, drain off the water.

Heat two or three spoons of vegetable oil in a wok (or in a frying pan if you don't have a wok) Throw in the chopped garlic and onions and fry them till they turn slightly brown. Add in the meat and fry them a little while then throw in the clams. Fry a bit more then add the vegetables. Fry for another minute. Now remove everything and put them in a bowl for a moment.

Heat another teaspoon of oil and add the beaten eggs. Spread the eggs out nicely all over the pan and when they start to take colour, add the noodles. Fry for half a minute or so then add back the meat and vegetables and fry for another twenty seconds or so. Add some thick black soya sauce (sweet), some Aromat (optional) and salt and fry for a few more minutes. Transfer the noodles on to a plate and sprinkle some pepper on top.

Serve hot. You can eat the noodles with some chopped up green or red chillies or put on some chilly sauce if you like it hot.  Nice!

Fried Rice


Fried rice is a dish that everybody likes! Here is a simple recipe!



* Sliced meat:  pork, chicken, or veal

* Prawns and shell fish (optional)

* Sliced ham

* Green peas

* One or two eggs, beaten

* Garlic and onion, chopped

* Sesame oil, soy sauce



Cook some white rice in the usual manner. While the rice is cooking, chop up some garlic and onions and cut some meat (veal, pork, chicken or turkey) in biteable pieces. Beat up a couple of eggs in a bowl as well.

When the rice is cooked, heat some cooking oil (two or three tablespoons) in a frying pan then put in the garlic and onions and fry till slightly brown (about two or three minutes). Now put in the meat and add some prawns and squid as well and fry for some minutes over fairly high heat until the meat is cooked. Add in some pre-cooked ham (cut in pieces or cubes) and green peas and the egg. Add some sesame oil or soy sauce as well. Keep on frying the whole lot for another minute or so then switch off the fire ... the rice is ready!

Serve hot! Bon appétit!

Fried Mixed Vegetables


A simple Chinese meal usually consists of two or three different dishes of meat, vegetables and perhaps a soup.

A tasty and simple-to-prepare dish is a plate of fried mixed vegetables.

Different vegetables can be fried together in different ways. An example is to stir-fry cauliflower, zucchine (or cucumber), green peas, carrots and red tomatoes together. Here is a sample dish.



* Cauliflower

* Zucchine (or cucumber)

* Sliced carrot

* Tomatoes, big slices

* Green peas

* Garlic and onion

* Salt and seasoning




Cut the cauliflower in pieces and the zucchine in strips. Cut two or three tomatoes in sixths and slice the carrot in thin, round pieces or in thick strips.

Chop up some small onions and garlic and fry them in a little bit of sunflower or peanut or olive oil. When the onion and garlic are slightly browned, add the cauliflower. Fry them for about three minutes then add the carrot and fry for another three minutes. After this, add the zucchine, green peas and tomato and fry for another minute or so.

Add salt and some seasoning and fry for a few seconds more. Serve hot with white or fried rice.

Roti Babi (Pork Sandwich)



* Thick slice of bread

* Piece of pork filet

* Potatoes

* Garlic and onions

* Green peas

* One egg, beaten

* Soya sauce and pepper

* Cooking oil (corn, peanut, soya, sunflower, or whatever)



Take a thick slice of bread and make a cut in the centre to make a "pocket". Cut a piece of pork filet and a potato into small pieces. Chop up some garlic and onions and beat up an egg in a bowl..

Heat some cooking oil in a frying pan, then put in the garlic and onion and fry until slightly brown. Add in the pork and potato pieces and fry them until they are almost done then add the green peas and continue frying until everything is done (add also some soya sauce and pepper to taste while frying)..

Take the bread and stuff the fried ingredients into its belly. Dip the whole thing in the beaten egg then fry the egged slice of bread until brown. You now have a sort of "Stuffed French Toast".

Serve hot with a dash of Worcestershire sauce. Yum, yum!!

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