Saturday, August 27, 2011

Gurame Saos Taosi

I've made it with a little accident..


For the first time ever I cooked with taosi. Taosi is a preserved black bean which is very very salty. I know it's very-very salty because I add 1 can of taosi (around 135gram).


After I tasted it, it's so salty.. I realized now that if you wanna to cook with taosi, you just add 1 table spoon. Because it's taste very salty..


That's my own experience in cooking, and people says that experience is the best teacher. I'm agree with that statement!


Have a nice weekends..

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