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Thursday, 5-Jul-2007 03:20 Email | Share | | Bookmark
Honeycomb cake

 
 
Hi everyone

I'm really really sorry for the late update. After a month filled with reports and exams, I am now finally in my summer break for the year

Anyway, as of the recipe for the honeycomb cake, here's the recipe that I used this time:



Ingredients:

Makes one 8" round cake

210g sugar
240g water
80g butter
6 eggs
160g condensed milk
180g all-purpose flour
2½ tsp baking soda

How to make:

1. Caramelize sugar over low heat in a saucepan until it is golden brown. Stir at all times.
2. Add water to the caramel. Be careful as the hot caramel will splash when water is added. Continue to heat until syrup is homogeneous. Remove from heat.
3. Melt butter in hot syrup. Let syrup cool down completely.
4. Preheat oven at 180 degC. In a mixing bowl, lightly beat eggs with a hand whisk. Add condensed milk and mix well.
5. Sift flour and baking soda into another mixing bowl. Pour (4) into flour and mix well.
6. Add cooled syrup into batter. Pour batter into a greased 8" x 3"(H) round cake pan. Leave batter aside for 5 minutes to enable baking soda to react prior to baking.
7. Bake cake with bottom heat only for 1 hour or until skewer inserted to centre of cake comes out clean.
8. Leave cake in pan for 5-10 minutes before turning it onto a wire rack. Let cool before cutting.

Recipe courtesy of Jo's Deli & Bakery



I also found a video of how to make the cake from YouTube using the same recipe.
YouTube - Making Honeycomb Cake

I find this recipe to be a foolproof recipe, because I've tried other recipes before and never do they come out right (or maybe it was my fault ) But this recipe turns out perfect everytime! And I think for those who would want to try and make this cake should really try this recipe because it works!

Thanks to Jo's Deli Bakery for the recipe!



Btw, this is how Sasha Pakosheng likes to spend her days in summer.. I guess it's really hot for her considering all that fur she has



Thursday, 21-Jun-2007 01:18 Email | Share | | Bookmark
Cokkodoks kodoks!

 
 
A healthier version of cekodok pisang @ banana dumplings

Made this for breakfast and decided to make it a tad healthier than the usual cekodok pisang.



Ingredients:

2 medium sized, ripe bananas
3-4 tbsp flour
1 tbsp sugar
1 tsp salt
1 tsp baking powder
2 tbsp desiccated coconut ( dry grated coconut )
1 tsp cinnamon powder
1-2 tsp cooking oil ( I used vege oil )

How to make:

1. Mash the bananas and mix well with sugar and salt followed by 3-4 tbsp of flour and baking powder.
2. Add the desiccated coconut, cinnamon powder and oil and mix well.
3. Preheat oven to 160-180deg.
4. Pour in about 1 tbsp of the mixture into a mini muffin tray and bake until golden brown.



Easy to make, no deep-frying = less fat in one piece of cekodoks. Taste wise, still yummy.

A less-guilt way to start the day!

Quote:
Which picture do you prefer?




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Tuesday, 29-May-2007 09:11 Email | Share | | Bookmark
Pulla lil' bread - Finnish Pulla

 
From Allrecipes.com



Hi everyone! Again, apologies for the late updates. Jungling school and my part time job hasn't been easy, but there's nothing easy in life, right? So like it or not, that's what I'm doing right now.

So, I'm sorry if I made some waited sometimes, but I'm still grateful that many still choose to visit my fp even with the constant delayed updates. With that, I thank you all from the bottom of my heart. Here are some flowers for everyone!

Anyways, I'm sure you've checked out the recipe from the link I gave above. Have to say, this bread has a uncommon taste for my buds but very addictive in a strange way. I'm guessing it's the cardammom powder ( serbuk buah pelaga)

Overall, the texture of the bread was amazingly soft and yet, sturdy. The glaze I drizzled over the bread wasn't in the original recipe, but many reviewed that adding the sugar glaze gives the bread the extra "umphh" you need leaving you feeling rather satisfied with the bread.

I made about 2 and 1/2 loaves from the recipe ( and I think that was after I halved the measurements ). Of course, I couldn't finish it off, so what I did was I sliced it thin, and made rusks out of them. And the results: YUMMY!! Have to say, they taste better as rusks! ( and you get to store them longer )

So overall, I thought the bread was a successful try, and very interesting taste-wise. You should all give this bread a try

NOTE: I lessen the amount of cardammom powder because I'm not so much into 'buah pelaga' in the first place. But apparently, adding the cardammom is what makes the bread 'Finnish' so, like I said, I just lessen the amount and oh yeah, I added some cinammon powder as well



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Friday, 25-May-2007 02:03 Email | Share | | Bookmark
Eat your oats - with chicken!

 
 
I could never get myself to eat oats, unless you throw them in some chocolate chip cookies And I've tried those oatmeal thingy but I just couldn't make it to even go down my throat. But then I saw this recipe. It was interesting to find a recipe that uses rolled oats and ast the same time seemed appealing enough to eat. And it's quite simple actually. And I love it!



Ingredients:
Boneless chicken breast
salt
pepper
*garam masala
*corriander powder
*grated parmesan cheese
flour
egg
rolled oats

How to make:

1. Cut the chicken breast into smaller sized portions.To have a more flavorful chicken, marinade the chicken breast with salt, pepper, garam masalam, corriander powder and parmesan cheese ahead of time.
2. Coat the chicken with flour, followed with beaten egg and lastly the rolled oats.
3. Deep fry until golden brown.

NOTE:
** I'm sorry I didn't put the specific amount for each ingredients. You can adjust accordingly as just to how much you want to make.
** You can make all sorts of flavors for the chicken. Add herbs or cayenne pepper or honey; the list can go on- to make your very own original version.
** For those in watch of the calories, instead of deep frying, lightly spray a little bit of oil around the coated chicken and grill/bake in a hot & well preheated oven until golden brown.

A BIG THANKS to MAKLANG, one of the forumer in Forum.Cari.com.my for introducing the recipe. A great yummy treat that goes extremely well with a bowl of salad, coleslaw, bread, pita bread, tortilla..you name it!



Have to run..need to do some reports for school now Enjoy the recipe!



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Thursday, 24-May-2007 02:39 Email | Share | | Bookmark
Sleepless sleepyness

 


This morning she kept waking me up around 5.00-5.30am asking for food. Then she woke me up again at 6.00, this time asking for water. And after all that how could I possibly go back to sleep, right??

So there I was, all wide awake. I made myself breakfast and then finding her sleeping like an on the bed. I guess waking her up just that one time to take this picture wouldn't be so bad after what she did to me this morning right?

aaa..cats..



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