Wednesday, December 24, 2008

Fish+Prawn Wrap

When was the last time I did something that is quick & easy? I know, i know that I have not been posting much lately on quick & easy dishes *feeling guilty* Today, I am just about to do that.

Now I am back to the same routine like 2 years ago? I have to prepare dinner after work ever since I am now back to be helper-less *LOL* Got tired of eating rice and pasta, so came up with this wrap dish which is easy BECAUSE I CHEAT *LOL* I cheated by buying the fish finger and crunchy prawns from LJS (Long John Silver's). Actually I wanted to get the fish and chicken fillets but unfortunately they don't sell it individually now. How sad :-(


The salsa is actually a salad which I got the recipe from Sri's blog. You can get it here I left out the chilli flakes as my kids can't take too much spice.

This is how it's like before it's rolled up.


Here is the list of ingredients to make the roll. Only the salsa was made from scratch, the rest were store bought including the chapati. To cut short preparation, just make sure you prepare the salsa/salad ahead either in the morning or the night before.

chapatis, heat it as per instruction
fish fingers
crunchy prawns
japanese mayo
salsa/salad

Just dump the fish, prawns and salsa onto the chapati with a generous squeeze of mayo, roll it up and lead it to your mouth *LOL*

How easy can it get. Happy trying !!

7 comments:

yahfiq said...

yumyummm... looks very appertizing seh..
me lagi 2 tahun pun helper-less.. terpaksalah kena start masuk dapur balik..

Rei said...

Merry Xmas to you and your loved ones!

Baking Fiend said...

Hi Zu,

Merry Christmas and a wonderful 2009!

~Sasha Farina~ said...

sedapnya Zu!! :D Happy New Year !

Hartina said...

Hello!

I came across your bread recipes and am keen to try them out as I've just purchased a breadmachine recently.. With regards to the milk powder mentioned in a couple of the recipes, what kind of milk powder do you use?

Thanks for your help!

Warmest regards,
Hartina

Zurynee said...

Hi Hartina,

I used regular full-cream milk powder. Sometimes I use my youngest daughter's milk powder if I run out of the regular ones :-)

HTH
Zu

Zurynee said...

Hi Hartina,

I used regular full-cream milk powder. Sometimes I use my youngest daughter's milk powder if I run out of the regular ones :-)

HTH
Zu