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Monday, 22-Sep-2008 07:21 Email | Share | | Bookmark
coming soon..

..Winter 2008

Wednesday, 10-Sep-2008 08:06 Email | Share | | Bookmark
Something to drool on :-)

Assalamualaikum everyone

Yes, the holy month of Ramadhan is back! And the 10th day already. Although it's kinda late, we both would like to wish everyone a blessed Ramadhan and happy fasting!

Speaking of fasting, I promised my sister quite some time ago that I would update my fp and post some pictures of what I've been cooking lately.

As promised, here are some piccas of the stuff I made and perhaps will help us drool a little bit while waiting to break our fast aye?

Ayam Percik and Raisin Loaf

Look at that yummy sauce

Ayam percik with some bread?

My slightly burnt Raisin Loaf

This was made a long time ago. I think about 2-3 months back. When all of a sudden I wanted to eat Ayam Percik. I couldn't really remember where I got the recipe from, but I'm sure the ones you could get your hands on from the Net would do just fine.

The loaf was a milk loaf that I added raisins in it just to give it a twist. Baked it a bit too long that I burnt the top!


On a plate

On some slices of baguettes

I was watching the animated movie and again, my cravings were hitting me hard and were forcing me to make try this recipe. And I was glad that I did! It was super yummy, healthy and easy to make. Except that you'll have to prepare a lot of stuff before you could pile 'em up in your baking tray.

Recipe is courtesy of Smitten Kitchen


Yummy,soft naan with Madras Curry

We once had this unbelievably yummy dinner at this Indian restaurant and the naan there was just to die for! I can still imagine the taste of the yummy cheese naan and thick, spicy curry we had and was just so tempted to try and make some myself.

So I browsed around and found this great recipe on

This recipe produces the softest naan and what's great is that you can do it on your kitchen stove! The dough was a little bit sticky but then that's what makes the naan super soft even after the next day! I did add a little bit of yogurt to the milk mixture, though

Recipe can be found here: Naan


Made these when Ame and Danish were here in Okayama. It was super easy and super yummy!

Recipe courtesy of - Mmm..Brownies

Taufu Faa

Ramadhan made me crave for Air Soya and Taufu Faa so I went to the supermarket, bought some soy beans and started making my own soy milk and taufu faa. Had those GLD (lactone) thingy at home so I was all set!

One thing I realized that when mixing the cornflour, lactone and soy milk, was to make sure that the cornflour+lactone+water is constantly stirred when adding the boiled soy milk. Also give it a nice stir as soon as you add in the soy milk, before it starts to thicken. And make sure that the soy milk that your using is not TOO thick or you won't get a smooth finish.

Homemade Wonton Skin

I wonder why we couldn't get any of those fried wonton at the pasar Ramadhan in KL. I remember that I could only get it when we were back in Muar. Well, anyways, I've bought the wonton skin they sell in the supermarket here and it was nothing like I thought it would taste like.

So I decided to make my own wonton skin. The recipe is pretty simple.

2 cups flour
1 egg

How to make:
1. Beat the egg with about 1/4 cup of water.
2. Add into the flour and salt mixture and beat until you get a smooth pliable dough.
3. Roll the dough paper thin ( you can use your pasta maker if you have one)
4. Keep refrigerated until ready to use.

TIPS: When rolling, remember to use A LOT OF FLOUR to dust. The dough will easily stretch so the access flour will avoid it from sticking and help it retain it's shape. Remember, A LOT OF FLOUR!

A nice twist - Banana and chocolate chips

Fried Banana Chocolate Chip Wonton

Now this recipe I found while browsing for some fried wonton recipes. It's suprisingly good and what more can I say about how easy it is to prepare You can use regular wonton skin you get at the supermarket and voila, instant delicious dessert!


So that's it people. I hope I didn't make anyone drool to much (Though I think it's me that is starting to drool right now )

I hope everyone is enjoying their Ramadhan and I will try and post more pictures soon.

Selamat Berpuasa Semua!

Tuesday, 19-Aug-2008 08:34 Email | Share | | Bookmark
Ame n Danish's visit to Japan (Osaka)

in Osaka Kouen Station
Going down the stairs
Danish and Osaka Castle
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Some pictures to show abah and mak at home of Ame (my sister) and Danish (her son) in Osaka the first two days they arrived in Japan.

Friday, 25-Jul-2008 10:20 Email | Share | | Bookmark
Panas and lapar


Yes, summer is here. Again. And it's hotter than ever. Hate the heat. Hate the humidity. Hate that I feel like taking a shower everytime I've taken my shower. Hate summer in Japan.

But enough whining, let's just get straight to business. Food that I've been cooking in my kitchen lately. The Heat can really make you crave for So many things!

Anyways, first would be some muffins. Had some flour, one left-over banana, less than half a cup of chocolate chips and about a tbsp of cream cheese that I didn't know what to do with.
So along came the Best Ever Muffin by

Recipe can be seen here.

Very simple, and proven yummy. Dunked some banana chunks, choc chips and that teeny wee bit of cream cheese in the muffin base and cook 'em just nice. A good combination, I must say. What with the left-over-i-don't-know-what-to-do-with stuff I had in my pantry.

Next would be my all time favorite kuih, Tepung Pelita.

Recipe can be seen here.

This kuih is a must when it comes to breaking our fast back home. But then you really need to LOOK for the good ones cause some just taste yucky. I love my upper layer of creamy santan to be REALLY creamy and lagi banyak from the bottom layer. Aaaahhh,yes. Tepung Pelita like that is the way to go

Last but not least, my Curry-version of Ma-bo Tofu

200g Minced meet
1 Silken tofu
1 Eggplant, cut in chuncks
1/4 large onion, diced
2 cloves of garlic, finely minced
1/2 inch of ginger, finely minced
2-3 tbsp or green curry powder
1 tsp soy sauce
2 tsp garam masala powder (optional)
1 tbsp sugar
salt and pepper to taste
2 tsp cornstarch, diluted in water
1/2 cup water

How to make:
1. Fry onion,garlic and ginger until fragrant. Add in minced meat. Stir until cooked.
2. Add in curry powder, soy sauce and garam masala. Stir well. Add in water.
3. Add in the remaining ingredients and simmer until sauce starts to thicken.
3. Serve warm with rice and some fried eggs.

I wanted to make Ma-bo Tofu but I didn't have the appropriate ingredients so have to make use of what I have. So out came this rather yummy dish. Had this for dinner last night, btw

Well, that's all. I have to make this quick because the heat is really getting to me now. Later peeps!

Monday, 7-Jul-2008 04:42 Email | Share | | Bookmark
Beignets & Sotong goreng tepung

Sorry for the super long silence everyone. Not much time in hand since I have so many other stuff to do. Made these a few days back. Made them because I was just craving for 'em. Pretty easy to make. The beignets requires overnight proofing though, but it's great for breakfast the next morning. Sotong goreng tepung was for dinner.

Recipes can be found here:

Costas French Market Doughnuts (Beignets)


Sotong Goreng Tepung
(thanks to ishzah for the recipe! )

Apologies for not being able to write more because I have an important presentation to make this week and I just thought I should update my fp before some people starts complaining (I told you I don't have much time)

But to those who still come to my fp and leaving lovely comments, thank you!

Have a good day people!
Sasha ku

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