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Friday, 22 November 2013

Nasi Kunyit with Chicken Curry( Turmeric Glutinous Rice)

Nasi Kunyit Ingredients:

1 cup Glutinous rice
~1 tbsp turmeric powder
1 tsp of salt
2 Pandan leaves (screw pine leave)
100ml  santan ( coconut cream)
a few tbsp of water
2 asam slice (Optional - I forgot to put this but the rice still taste nice)
1 slice of banana leave enough to hold the rice in the steam pot.
3-4 slice of thin ginger


1.  Soak overnight glutinous rice, turmeric powder, salt and asam slice( if added).
2.  Rinse dry the yellow water on the turmeric rice and removed the asam slice( if added).
3.  Line the banana leave in the steam pot tray and put in the soaked rice and pandan leave and
     ginger slice. Steam it for ~20 minutes.
4.  Evenly add in the coconut cream and mix well. Continue steam it for about 5-6 minutes.
5.  Add in a few tbsp of water if the rice turn out too dry. Continue to steam until the rice cook
    through and sticky. Removed from heat and ready for serve.

Update on 24th Nov 2014:

I tried to cook Turmeric glutinous rice using WMF pressure cooker today. Exactly same ingredients as above but slightly different method.

1. Soak 1 cup of glutinous rice with 1 tbsp of turmeric powder and water and soak for about 2-5
    minutes. Then rinse dry the glutinous rice and mix well with 1 tsp of salt.
2. Pour the rice on the WMF Unperforated Insert for Pressure Cookers. Put in the a few tbsp of 
    water, Pandan leaves and ginger slice.
3. Steam the rice for 15 minutes at 2nd ring.
4. Pour in the coconut milk and stir well. Steam the rice with glass lid until the coconut milk is well
    absorb by the rice.
5. Removed the rice from the steamer and it is ready to serve.

Quaker Oat Cookies

Cookies without chocolate chip.


250g  butter, softened ( I use 1 block of buttercup butter)
250g light brown sugar
2 large egg
190g  self rising flour( orig recipes use plain flour)
1 teaspoon baking soda
3/4 teaspoon table salt
240g Quaker oats
80g raisins
300g Mixture of nuts ( I use macadamia, hazelnut and almond) – bake for ~10 minutes under 140C then
                                                                                                  only coarse chopped
1-2 tbsp of fresh milk
Some Chocolate chips for decoration

1.      Cream butter and brown sugar until smooth, then add in egg and milk, mix well.
2.      Fold in the rest of the ingredients except raisin and nuts until mix well too.
3.      Finally, add in raisins and nuts and lightly stir well.
4.      Line grease sheet on the baking tray.
5.      Roll a tbsp of batter into ball shape and press into thick disc as shown in the paper. Line them about 2 inch apart as the cookies will grow its size when bake.
6.      Decorate the top of each cookies with chocolate chips.
7.      Chill the entire tray in the freezer for 5 minutes. this step is to make sure the cookies do not become very flat after bake. It will took slightly longer time to bake but will maintain the thickness of the cookies.
8.      Preheat the Oven at 175°C.
9.      Bake them until golden on the top of each cookies. It took about 15 minutes. Time may vary from oven to oven)
10.   Let it cool a bit on the baking tray before transferring them to a rack. Keep into air tight container when completely cool.

Wednesday, 16 October 2013

Colourrful Cake Pop

Finally, I manage to steal some time to let my cake pop maker a grant opening yesterday! Just simply tried out with the Kuih Bahulu ( plain egg cake) recipes which only contain 3 AA eggs, 5 tbsp of sugar and some plain flour. This cake pop maker can serve as kuih Bahulu maker as well. It just that it only can produce ball shape kuih Bahulu!

After all the cake pop ready, just milk some chocolate to coat the cake pop and decorate with colourful sweet treat. That's all! It sound easy but it did took some time for the coating.

Finally, wrap it with some nice treat plastic and it is very convenience to store it. I just leave it on the table like this. These cake pop very suitable for children party. =)

Update 24/10/2013:

Another batch for my daughter school children day!

Friday, 11 October 2013

Pataya Fried Rice ( Nasi Pataya)

Ta dang..................Fried rice wrap with omelets....................

Cake Pop Maker

My another new toy  =)..........no time to play with it yet...=(.  Really busy with work lately, no time for hobby!

Almond Butter Cake

A butter cake texture that I love............

Kuih Gelang( Kueh Keria) Potatoes Ring

Kuih Gelang or Kueh keria, I never know it called kuih Keria until yesterday when i search about it's name. Since young, my family called it Kuih Lubang. Used to eat this kuih as breakfast during primary school. We was buying this kuih last few day at Ramadan stall. It was 10 cents each during primary school. Right now it is 5 for RM2! Hardly find those really rich with potatoes inside it. Homemade always the best!! =)

This kuih really easy to make and the ingridients is simple too!
I'm producing 9 ring from 2 small sweet potatoes.

2 sweet potatoes ( about fist size)
1 1/2 tbsp plain flour ( depend on your mashed potatoes wetness)

1. Steam the sweet potatoes cube until soft. 
2. Left it cool and smash evenly. 
3. Add in flour and fold well. Do add in extra flour if the batter too wet but stop it as long as the batter can 
    be shaped into small ball.
4. Wash hand clean and dry through. Coat hand with some cooking oil and start to shape the dough into 
     ring form.
5. Deep fry the ring until slightly golden at its surface.
6. Transfer the ring to the kitchen towel to remove excessive oil.

For Coating:
Heat 2-3 tbsp sugar until it milk and thicken( you can test it by dipping a drop of the the thickening sugar syrup on the plate) if it can form crystal, remove from heat and quickly put in the ring and coat a thin layer of sugar on it.

Tuesday, 30 July 2013


Dorayaki ...my elder daugther favourite food. We used to buy it at Jusco here but the stall no longer open anymore. I 'm still hunting for the best batter resipe for this......

Soft White Bread Rolls

White bread Loaf

 White Soft Bun

Sweet Bun (Variety flavour)

Single batch of sweet bread dough can shape into different type of bun!

Nuttelle Jam Twist Bun

Apple Jam Doggy Bun

Parmesan Ham Bun 

Luncheon Meat Bun

Minced Luncheon Meat Bun

Chocolate rice bun

Mozarella cheese ham bun

Curry chicken bun


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