Showing posts from March, 2012

Eggless Condensed Milk Chocolate Cake...♥

This is one cake I would recommend everyone to try on. It's so easy to prepare and the result is definitely satisfying. I never make the choc ganache as we had the cake with Hershey's Chocolate and Strawberry syrup. Liked the crusty top and edge :)
A bookmarked recipe from Nithi's space. Feel free to drop by her awesome and mouthwatering blog. Her food(o)graphy speaks more! Thanks Nithi for sharing this yummy recipe and congratulations on your blog's 3rd Anniversary :) 
Was too lazy to get ready my KA, thus I just used a wooden spatula to mix the batter. Stir in one direction only ;)

EGGLESS CONDENSED MILK CHOCOLATE CAKE  adapted from :~ Nithya of 4thsensecooking

Ingredients :~ 
180gm All purpose flour 70gm Cocoa powder 1 tsp Baking Soda 2 tsp Baking powder1 can (400ml) Sweetened Condensed Milk100gm Melted butter180ml water ( I add choc milk )
Method :~
Sieve flour, cocoa powder, baking powder and soda together into the mixing bowl. Add melted butter, condensed milk and wa…

Canned Mackerel & Potato Sambal & Awards...♥

A quick glance at the my dish today...a simple Canned Mackerel Sambal & Potato Sambal. I was rushing for dinner last night and prepared this for my kids.

They had it with some parathas.

You may also use the canned sardine, my favourite is always Ayam Brand Mackerel :)

Ingredients :~
1 can mackerel, keep the sauce too2 medium sized potatoes ~ cut each into 6 ( deep fried in oil )3 cloves garlic ~ chopped1 large onion ~ sliced1 sprig curry leaves3 pcs dried chillies ~ cut half2 tbsp chilli powder1 tomato ~ cubedsalt to tasteoil
Method :~
Heat oil in a wok and saute garlic, onion, curry leaves and dried chillies until fragrant. Add in the mackerels (not the sauce) and stir gently, cover lid for 3 minutes. You will be hearing popping sounds! (I prefer the fish to be a little fried).Open the lid and stir and turn over the mackerels. Now, add the sauce, chilli powder and salt. Stir thoroughly and leave to cook for another 3-5 minutes. Lastly, add tomato cubes and fr…

Corn Custard Pudding / Puding Kastad Jagung...♥

A beautiful Monday wishes to all of you. I'm taking you straight to the dessert today as I've got some mission to be accomplished here. Lol, it's none other than the novels I've been hooked to lately.

I love puddings anytime...whether it's soft and creamy or the tender types. Can't really remember when I last made this Corn Custard Pudding. I craved for it, so made it right away as I had a can of Cream Style Sweet Corn available on my shelf.

Ingredients :~
600ml coconut milk ~ I used 3 boxes (200ml each) coconut milk, M&S brand400ml water1 cup or less sugar1 cup (150gm) Bird's Custard powdera pinch of salt1 can Cream Style Sweet Corn ~ about 425gm
Method :~
Mix all the above ingredients except for corn in a heavy bottomed sauce pan until the custard powder dissolved.Place the pan over low heat and add cream corn. Keep stirring over low heat until the mixture becomes thick and shiny.Do not leave the mixture unattended, or you'll see …

Vegetable Fritters...♥

Fritters are one of my favourite teatime snacks! Anchovy fritters and banana fritters are very common in my home. This time I made Vegetable Fritters using cabbage and carrot :)

Dipped in chilli sauce and a cuppa tea next to you...simply gracious!!!

A very quick one, do try it!

Ingredients :~
1 cup shredded cabbage ( I used Beijing cabbage )1 cup shredded carrot 1 onion ~ choppedfew curry leaves ~ chopped1 green chilli ~ chopped (optional)1 1/2 cups plain flour1 tsp baking powdersalt to tastesufficient wateroil for fryingMethod :~
In a bowl, mix together plain flour, baking powder and salt.Then add water gradually and stir. The batter should not be too watery. Mix in the shredded cabbage, carrot, onion and curry leaves. Stir evenly. Heat oil over medium flame. Spoon the batter into oil and deep fry until cooked or they turn golden brown. Dish out on a paper towel. Serve! :)

 I couldn't wait to enjoy these fritters...a quickie photo shoot! Hahaha...

Soy Made Chicken Rendang...♥

It's 1st semester school break this week...Rishie is home, and Ashika is just so happy that her only brother is around to play with her. She'd always whine when Rishie gets down from the car to school every morning. Whether she likes him to be home or not, for sure she liked to fight with him. Hehehe kids...*sigh!

You may be seeing some vegan style dishes on my site lately. That's because I'm being one for 1 month and successfully finished 2 weeks now. I'd still prefer my dishes to be a little spicy...:)

Never liked soy made chicken, but this particular brand at Tesco changed my perception. It is Greenfarm's Crispy G. So good to munch on it right after deep fried. Suggest this dish for vegans. Actually anyone can have it. Try with soy made lamb chunks too.

You may check my Vegetarian Lamb Curry ~> HERE!!!

Ingredients :~
1 pack soy made chicken chunks ~ deep fried in oil1/2  inch fresh turmeric *1/2 inch ginger *3 shallots *3 cloves ga…

Sticky Cheesy Corn Flakes...♥

Firstly, I would like to say Hello and welcome my new readers, visitors and bloggers to my space. Thank you for your precious views under every post of mine. Comments are the real boost for a blogger like me to keep going, though I don't blog regularly :)

Now, would you like a quick snack for tea time or while glued to novels or your favourite shows on TV? Then, try this simple Sticky Cheesy Corn Flakes.

The addition of mozarella cheese happened after my son requested. I was about to place the tray in the oven and he quickly suggested to add some cheese. Not sure what made him to think of that! "Why Not!" was my reply to him. Thus the name has been changed...

For the recipe, I referred and made few adjustments to my previous Honey Corn Flakes.

Ingredients :~
125 gm butter 1/2 cup sugar5 tbsp honey 3 tbsps chilli sauce1 cup mixed nuts ( I used store bought, ready to eat nuts cocktail) 6 cups original corn flakes ( I used Kellogg's)shredded …

Potato Puffs...♥

An evening, on a beautiful chilly weather...a treat at our very own gazebo, Potato Puffs.
Both Rishie and Ashika were so excited that Amma finally made them some evening snacks :)
They waited impatiently as I get over with the photo shoot, and we enjoyed the evening together having these potato puffs served with kiwi and mango yoghurt drinks :)

By the way, the potato filling was prepared by my Mom (a vegan). Instead of having it with rice, I used them as filling for my puffs. It's time to make use of my Kawan Puff Pastry sheets before they end their life! LOL!

POTATO MASALA by my Mom :)
 Ingredients :~ 3 large potatoes ~ boiled and skinned, cut into small cubes1/2 cinnamon stick1 pcs star anise1 tbsp garlic paste1 tbsp shallot paste1 large onion ~ sliced1 green chilli ~ sliced few curry leaves1 tomato ~ cubed2 tbsp meat curry powdersalt to tastelittle water

 Method :~ Heat oil in a wok and saute cinnamon stick, star anise, garlic & shallots paste until fragrant. Add onion, green …

Quick Tofu Sambal (Vegan way!)...♥

Hello everyone! Seeing you all again in the month of March! My finger is finally free from the wire yesterday! Right now, it's stilll covered with gauze, gotto leave it dry for another 2 days.

I have to do my own physio try to bend the finger slowly. The swelling and the fracture will take 3-6 months time to heal, as per my orthopedic :)

I shall come up with a post on how I got hurt and the recovery process with some images soon.

Now, my Quick Tofu Sambal. This sambal suits for Vegans especially.

Ingredients :~
3 firm tofus ~ cut each into 42 cloves garlic ~ minced1 large onion ~ sliced3 tbsp dried chilli paste ( add or less )2 medium sized tomatoes 2 kaffir lime leaves ~ shredded or just like thatsalt to tastesufficient water about 1.5 cupscooking oil
Method :~
Fry the tofus in oil, sprinkle some over salt over, fry until golden brown. Place on separate plate.Stir fry garlic and add dried chilli paste. Stir until oil parts.Add onions and stir. Add wa…