Tuesday, December 6, 2011

Spanish Baked Bananas (Platanos Al Forno)

Basic ingredients

- 4 bananas
- grated rind and juice of 1 orange
- 3 tablespoon brown sugar
- 2 tablespoon butter
- 50  g Yoghurt or ice-cream


1.Peel the bananas from top to the end.
2.Cut the bananas and put on the oven dish.
3.pour the orange juice on top of the bananas.
4.Add the brown sugar over the bananas.
5.Grate some skin of an orange and add on top of the bananas.
6.Add the butter on top of the bananas.
7.Cover the oven dish with foil.
8.Bake in the oven at 180′ c for 15 mins.
9.serve warm with the ice-cream or yoghurt.


Saturday, December 3, 2011

Serabi Notosuman

Bahan :
500 gram tepung beras
250 gram gula pasir dibikin jadi gula cair
1 butir kelapa parut dibikin jadi santan kental
600 cc air
Soda kue
Minyak goreng buat menggoreng (bubuhkan ke pancinya dengan kain yang diikat membentuk gumpalan)
Air pandan, kuning telur, coklat mesyes buat selera

Catatan: Perbandingan gula: tepung harus 1:2

Cara membuatnya: Tepung beras dituangi air sedikit demi sedikit sambil diaduk agar rata membentuk adonan cairan yang kental. Masukkan gula putih cair ke dalam adonan, bubuhkan sedikit soda kue. Siapkan santan yang sudah dimasak matang. Siapkan wajan di atas api arang atau api gas yang kecil, tuangi sesendok sayur adonan (tepung dan gula) lalu ratakan. Setelah adonan setengah matang, tuangkan santan kental sesendok sayur lalu tutup wajannya dengan penutup dari keramik. Kalau suka bisa ditambahkan air pandan atau coklat atau kuning telur. Bila tepi serabi berwarna coklat itu adalah tanda serabi sudah matang.
Pesan dari pembuatnya: Api untuk memasak serabi jangan besar, kalau bisa kira-kira sepanas api arang. Wajan serabi tidak boleh terkena air agar tidak lengket. Wajan hanya boleh dibersihkan dengan minyak goreng saja. Tutupnya dari keramik karena keramik bisa menyerap uap air agar tidak jatuh ke serabi saat dimasak. Tutupnya ini boleh dicuci dengan air. Pembakaran serabi dilakukan dengan alat bakar tradisional terbuat dari tanah liat, yang menggunakan arang. Dengan alat ini, hasilnya maksimal. Kalaumempergunakan gas sebagai pembakar, tetapi serabi tidak mengembang dan tidak menghasilkan serat.


Monday, November 28, 2011

Random Picture: Haato, Follow Your Heart

i love its black wall, same with my bedroom anyway ;)

Every scoop of Haato is a special experience.

Haato is a unique brand of gelato manufactured in Singapore created from traditional recipes from Japan. It is one of the first gelato counters in Singapore to offer gelato that is free from artificial colouring and preservatives.

Our flagship outlet (formerly known as Gelato di Crema) at Liang Court Shopping Centre has been serving gelato for more than 16 years and continues to earn rave reviews from people all over the world.

Haato is perfect for any occasion. A premium quality treat to be shared with friends and loved ones.

From our heart to yours.

8 of the World’s Healthiest Spices & Herbs You Should Be Eating

By Kerri-Ann Jennings, M.S., R.D., Associate Nutrition Editor at EatingWell Magazine 

As a registered dietitian and associate nutrition editor at EatingWell Magazine, I know that herbs and spices do more than simply add flavor to food. They let you cut down on some less-healthy ingredients, such as salt, added sugars and saturated fat, and some have inherent health benefits, many of which Joyce Hendley reported on for EatingWell Magazine.

Modern science is beginning to uncover the ultimate power of spices and herbs, as weapons against illnesses from cancer to Alzheimer's disease. "We're now starting to see a scientific basis for why people have been using spices medicinally for thousands of years," says Bharat Aggarwal, Ph.D., professor at the University of Texas M.D. Anderson Cancer Center in Houston and author of Healing Spices (Sterling, 2011). 

Aggarwal notes that in his native India, where spices tend to be used by the handful, incidence of diet-related diseases like heart disease and cancer have long been low. But when Indians move away and adopt more Westernized eating patterns, their rates of those diseases rise. While researchers usually blame the meatier, fattier nature of Western diets, Aggarwal and other experts believe that herbs and spices-or more precisely, the lack of them-are also an important piece of the dietary puzzle. "When Indians eat more Westernized foods, they're getting much fewer spices than their traditional diet contains," he explains. "They lose the protection those spices are conveying." 

While science has yet to show that any spice cures disease, there's compelling evidence that several may help manage some chronic conditions (though it's always smart to talk with your doctor). What's not to love? Here we've gathered eight of the healthiest spices and herbs enjoyed around the world. 

Chile Peppers
May help: Boost metabolism.

Chile peppers add a much-appreciated heat to chilly-weather dishes, and they can also give a boost to your metabolism. Thank capsaicin, the compound that gives fresh chiles, and spices including cayenne and chipotle, their kick. Studies show that capsaicin can increase the body's metabolic rate (causing one to burn more calories) and may stimulate brain chemicals that help us feel less hungry. In fact, one study found that people ate 16 percent fewer calories at a meal if they'd sipped a hot-pepper-spiked tomato juice (vs. plain tomato juice) half an hour earlier. Recent research found that capsinoids, similar but gentler chemicals found in milder chile hybrids, have the same effects-so even tamer sweet paprika packs a healthy punch. Capsaicin may also lower risk of ulcers by boosting the ability of stomach cells to resist infection by ulcer-causing bacteria and help the heart by keeping "bad" LDL cholesterol from turning into a more lethal, artery-clogging form.
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May help: Soothe an upset stomach, fight arthritis pain.

Ginger has a well-deserved reputation for relieving an unsettled stomach. Studies show ginger extracts can help reduce nausea caused by morning sickness or following surgery or chemotherapy, though it's less effective for motion sickness. But ginger is also packed with inflammation-fighting compounds, such as gingerols, which some experts believe may hold promise in fighting some cancers and may reduce the aches of osteoarthritis and soothe sore muscles. In a recent study, people who took ginger capsules daily for 11 days reported 25 percent less muscle pain when they performed exercises designed to strain their muscles (compared with a similar group taking placebo capsules). Another study found that ginger-extract injections helped relieve osteoarthritis pain of the knee.
Must-Read: 5 Foods That Fight Pain Naturally

May help: Stabilize blood sugar.

A few studies suggest that adding cinnamon to food-up to a teaspoon a day, usually given in capsule form-might help people with type 2 diabetes better control their blood sugar, by lowering post-meal blood-sugar spikes. Other studies suggest the effects are limited at best.

May help: Quell inflammation, inhibit tumors.

Turmeric, the goldenrod-colored spice, is used in India to help wounds heal (it's applied as a paste); it's also made into a tea to relieve colds and respiratory problems. Modern medicine confirms some solid-gold health benefits as well; most are associated with curcumin, a compound in turmeric that has potent antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties. Curcumin has been shown to help relieve pain of arthritis, injuries and dental procedures; it's also being studied for its potential in managing heart disease, diabetes and Alzheimer's disease. Researcher Bharat Aggarwal is bullish on curcumin's potential as a cancer treatment, particularly in colon, prostate and breast cancers; preliminary studies have found that curcumin can inhibit tumor cell growth and suppress enzymes that activate carcinogens.

May help: Lift your mood.

Saffron has long been used in traditional Persian medicine as a mood lifter, usually steeped into a medicinal tea or used to prepare rice. Research from Iran's Roozbeh Psychiatric Hospital at Tehran University of Medical Sciences has found that saffron may help to relieve symptoms of premenstrual syndrome (PMS) and depression. In one study, 75% of women with PMS who were given saffron capsules daily reported that their PMS symptoms (such as mood swings and depression) declined by at least half, compared with only 8 percent of women who didn't take saffron.
Must-Read: 4 Foods to Boost Your Mood

May help: Inhibit breast cancer-cell growth.

University of Missouri scientists found that this herb can actually inhibit breast cancer-cell growth, reported Holly Pevzner in the September/October 2011 issue of EatingWell Magazine. In the study, animals that were given apigenin, a compound abundant in parsley (and in celery), boosted their resistance to developing cancerous tumors. Experts recommend adding a couple pinches of minced fresh parsley to your dishes daily.

May help: Preserve memory, soothe sore throats.

Herbalists recommend sipping sage tea for upset stomachs and sore throats, a remedy supported by one study that found spraying sore throats with a sage solution gave effective pain relief. And preliminary research suggests the herb may improve some symptoms of early Alzheimer's disease by preventing a key enzyme from destroying acetylcholine, a brain chemical involved in memory and learning. In another study, college students who took sage extracts in capsule form performed significantly better on memory tests, and their moods improved.
Related: 5 Foods to Help Ward Off Colds

May help: Enhance mental focus, fight foodborne bacteria.

One recent study found that people performed better on memory and alertness tests when mists of aromatic rosemary oil were piped into their study cubicles. Rosemary is often used in marinades for meats and poultry, and there's scientific wisdom behind that tradition: rosmarinic acid and other antioxidant compounds in the herb fight bacteria and prevent meat from spoiling, and may even make cooked meats healthier. In March 2010, Kansas State University researchers reported that adding rosemary extracts to ground beef helped prevent the formation of heterocyclic amines (HCAs)-cancer-causing compounds produced when meats are grilled, broiled or fried. 
What are your favorite herbs and spices?

Saturday, November 26, 2011

Random Pictures

Miniature Napoleons with Eggplant Creme

10-Minute Shrimp and Mushroom Thai Curry


Ketan Bakar

Kaomai Lanna Resort Beautiful Food 

Bakso Tahu

Bahan :
▪300 gr daging cincang halus
▪75 gr sagu cap sagu tani
▪1 buah telur ayam
▪1 bt daun bawang iris halus
▪2 siung bwg putih haluskan
▪1 sdm bawang goreng
▪1 sdm minyak goreng
▪ garam – gula – merica secukupnya
▪ tahu putih, potong kotak atau segitiga is your choice..

Cara membuat: 
Campur semua bahan di food processor atau diuleni dengan tangan hingga tercampur rata. Lubangi tahu ditengah, kemudian isi dengan daging yang sudah dihaluskan. Kukus sampai matang

Kuah Baso: 
1 buah dengkul sapi dimasak dengan api kecil (bisa diganti kali yaa, hehe :D
Biarkan diapi kecil tambahkan garam – gula – merica.

Baham Pelengkap: 
daun sawi hijau/pakcoy
bawang goreng – daun bawang – tongcay
sambal rawit

Wednesday, November 23, 2011

Random Picture: Kedai Langit's Delicious Fried Rice!

Omomoo.. this picture make my iler bertumpahan, haha :D

sedapnyeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee :)

Bolu Kapas Jagung Lembut


6 kuning telur
75 gram gula pasir
1/2 sendok makan sp
90 gram tepung terigu protein rendah
50 gram jagung pipil, dihaluskan
6 putih telur
50 gram gula pasir
1/4 sendok teh garam
25 gram margarin, dilelehkan
25 ml susu cair

Cara Pengolahan:
* Kocok kuning telur, gula, dan SP sampai mengembang. Tambahkan tepung terigu sambil diayak dan diaduk rata. Masukkan jagung. Aduk rata. Sisihkan.
* Kocok putih telur dan garam sampai setengah mengembang. Tambahkan gula sambil dikocok sampai mengembang.
* Masukkan margarin leleh dan susu cair sedikit demi sedikit di campuran tepung sambil diaduk perlahan. Tambahkan putih telur kocok. Aduk perlahan.
* Tuang ke loyang bulat pendek diameter 9 cm yang dioles margarin.
* Oven 20 menit dengan suhu 190 derajat Celsius. :)

Sunday, October 16, 2011

Tahu Juga Bisa Jadi Cup Cake

3 butir telur
1 sendok teh emulsifier
100 gram gula pasir
75 gram tepung terigu protein sedang
25 gram cokelat bubuk
1/2 sendok teh baking powder
25 ml susu kedelai
50 gram tahu sutera, dihaluskan
50 gram margarin, dilelehkan
1/4 sendok teh cokelat pasta

Cara Pengolahan : 
Kocok telur, emulsifier, dan gula sampai mengembang.
Masukkan tepung terigu, cokelat bubuk, dan baking powder sambil diayak dan diaduk rata.
Masukkan susu kedelai, tahu sutera, margarin leleh, dan cokelat pasta sambil diaduk perlahan.
Tuang ke cetakan kecil yang dialas cup kertas.
Oven 15 menit dengan suhu 180 derajat Celsius sampai matang.


Thursday, June 9, 2011

Random Picture: Chef

They are my fave Indonesian Chef, Farah Quinn & Haryo Pramoe :)

Tuesday, May 31, 2011

Lamb Briyani


500g lamb meat, chopped in chunks
1 onion, sliced
2 inches ginger, sliced
4 cloves garlic, minced
3 cups rice
1/2 cup ghee
1 packet briyani spices (if you don’t have it use- 1 tsp coriander powder, 1 tsp cumin powder, a cinnamon stick and 2 cardamom pods)
A little bit of saffron (optional)
31/2 cups chicken stock
Salt to taste
1 pandanus leaf
Coriander leaves
Mint leaves


Fry garlic, onion and ginger in the ghee until fragrant.

Add the briyani spices and saffron, stirring it a little so that it’ll infuse the ghee.

Stir in lamb and fry it until it’s half-cooked.

Add in the rest of the ingredients and cook for about 5 minutes.

Turn down fire to a low simmer and let it cook for about 25 minutes until the rice is fluffy.

Scatter some almond flakes, fried shallots, sultanas, mint and serve.

credit: friedchillies

D.I.Y Dhal


350g dhal
3 cups water
1/2 tsp cumin powder
1/2 tsp coriander powder
2 cloves of garlic
1 inch ginger
1 tsp turmeric powder,
2 dried chillies
salt to taste


Let this simmer for 45 minutes until the dhal breaks down and becomes thick.

Before serving, fry 2 tsps ghee/ butter, 1 meduim onion (diced), 3 cardamom pods, 2 sticks of cinnamon, 1/2 tsp mustard seeds until fragrant- then mixed it with the dhal.

Eat it with rice or warm chapati.

credit: friedchillies

Random Picture : Sticky Rice Wrapped with Lotus Leaf

photo from here

Wednesday, May 25, 2011

Lemang Bambu

Bahan Bahan:

- 5 batang bambu
- 3 buah kelapa tua (di ambil santan nya)
- beberapa pucuk duan pisang yang muda
- 3 bambu beras ketan
- dan garam secukup nya

Cara pembuatan:

Rendam beras ketan selama 6 jam.
Kelapa tua diperah dan ambil 5 cawan santannya, dan tambah kan garam secukup pada santan tersebut lalu aduk hingga rata.
Cuci dan bersihkan batang bambu sebersih bersihnya.
Masukan pucuk daun pisang kedalam batang bambu dengan baik.
Masukanlah beras ketan ke dalam bambu berserta santannya secukupnya, santannya harus lebih banyak dari beres ketan.

Buatlah 2 tiang penyangga dari kayu dengan ukuran setengah meter lalu tancapkan ke tanah kedua tiang tersebut dengan sejajar, letakan besi bulat diatas kayu penyangga tersebut, lalu hidupkan api (api kayu atau tempurung) setelah api hidup, letakanlah bambu yg sudah terisi beras ketan tersebut diantara api kedua penyangga tersebut. Supaya lemang tidak masak sebelah kita harus memutarkan bambu tersebut supaya masak nya merata.

Sumber: lemang. Foto dari berbagai sumber.

Sunday, April 17, 2011

Chocolate Nests

Yields 8-10 3-inch nests

3 cups crispy chow mein noodles
1 cup chocolate chips
1/2 cup peanut butter
30 candy robin eggs (I used mini whoppers, but you could use jelly beans, foil wrapped eggs, or anything egg shaped)

In a medium mixing bowl, place the chow mein noodles.

In a small saucepan, melt together the chocolate chips and peanut butter over low heat. Stir until smooth. Pour over the noodles and stir until evenly coated.

On a cookie sheet covered in parchment or wax paper, take a handful of noodles and form a nest, making an indent in the center. Continue doing so until all the noodles are used. Refrigerate the cookies to set the chocolate for 30-45 minutes before serving. Place eggs in nests. Store in an airtight container in the refrigerator.

Credit here :)

Chocolate Covered Macaroon Recipe


2 (14-ounce) bags shredded coconut
1 (14-ounce) can sweetened condensed milk
2 Tablespoons sour cream
1 Tablespoon heavy cream
1 1/2 teaspoons vanilla
1 1/2 cups milk chocolate chips (I used the most gorgeous Callebaut chocolate chips)
1 1/2 cups dark chocolate chips

Mix together in a large bowl the sweetened condensed milk, sour cream, heavy cream, and vanilla.

Add the shredded coconut.

Mix together. Make sure that all of the coconut is covered with the milk mixture. It takes a bit of elbow grease to get it all covered.

Use an ice cream scoop and place mounds on parchment lined baking sheets.

Bake for 20 to 25 minutes or until the coconut is nicely browned. Cool completely on a cooling rack.

Melt the chocolate. I like to use the microwave for this, but you can also melt it using a double boiler. Dip the macaroon halfway. Let the chocolate harden in the fridge.

Credit Here ;)

Lemon Ricotta Cookies with Lemon Glaze


For the cookies:
2½ cups all-purpose flour
1 teaspoon baking powder
1 teaspoon salt
1 stick unsalted butter, softened
2 cups sugar
2 eggs
1 (15-ounce) container whole milk ricotta cheese
3 tablespoons lemon juice

1 lemon, zested

For the glaze:
1½ cups confectioners’ sugar
3 tablespoons lemon juice
1 lemon, zested


Preheat oven to 375 degrees F. In a medium bowl combine flour, baking powder, and salt. Set aside.

In the bowl of a stand mixer, combine the butter and the sugar. Beat the butter and sugar until light and fluffy, about 3 minutes. Add the eggs, 1 at a time, beating until incorporated. Add the ricotta cheese, lemon juice, and lemon zest. Beat to combine. Stir in the dry ingredients.

Line 2 baking sheets with parchment paper. Spoon the dough (about 1 tablespoon for each cookie) onto the baking sheets. Bake for 12-15 minutes, until slightly golden at the edges. Remove from the oven and let the cookies rest on the baking sheet for 20 minutes.

To make the glaze, combine the confectioners’ sugar, lemon juice, and lemon zest in a small bowl and stir until smooth. If it is too thick gradually add more lemon juice. Dip each cookie into the glaze, letting the excess drip off. Let the glaze harden for about 2 hours before serving.

Credit Here ;)

Friday, April 1, 2011

Random Picture: Henna Cake

photo from tumblr

Mengikuti Jejak Makanan di Kota Tua Georgetown, Penang!

Oleh Derrick Chang

CNNGo mengambil gambar makanan enak di seputaran Kota Tua Georgetown, di Penang, Malaysia

Siapapun yang sudah pernah ke Penang akan jatuh cinta pada pesona, pemandangan kota, rasa dan aroma di Kota Tua Georgetown, kawasan kota tua yang menjadi Situs Warisan Budaya UNESCO pada 2008.

Berjalan mengelilingi Georgetown berarti mengelilingi sejarah berusia 200 tahun — sebuah koleksi eklektik berisi bangunan tua dalam berbagai gaya, dari art deco sampai Cina Klasik, dari masjid sampai kuil Buddha, vila kolonial Inggris sampai arsitektur bergaya Malaysia, Thailand dan Indonesia.

Dan makanannya yang sangat tenar! Malaysia Tradisional, Cina, dan hidangan India semua ditawarkan di sini, termasuk juga hidangan campuran seperti Baba Nyonya, yang memadukan bahan-bahan lokal regional dengan gaya memasak Cina dan Malaysia.

Di Georgetown, kios makanan pinggir jalan yang menawarkan jajanan lokal paling segar dan menggiurkan terselip di antara tatanan arsitektur, seni serta budaya tradisional.

Rumah toko yang dibangun sejak awal abad 20 telah dilestarikan dan kebanyakan masih dikelola oleh anggota keluarga yang sejak dulu memang tinggal di sana.

Tuan Tan memasak Hokkien Char, mi telur goreng dengan makanan laut. Kios makanan ditemukan hampir di setiap pojok Georgetown dan mereka langsung memasak bahan-bahan segar saat Anda memesan makanan.

Makanan favorit dari banyak pedagang, Char Kway Teow, adalah kwetiau yang digoreng dengan udang, kerang dan taoge.

Bangunan dan rumah toko di Georgetown yang berwarna-warni dan eklektik memadukan desain dari Eropa, Asia Tenggara dan Cina, dari berbagai periode arsitektural.

Tuan Yakkup, penjual teh, membuat minuman favorit Malaysia bernama Teh Tarik. Nama ini diambil dari proses penuangan saat membuat teh. Terbuat dari teh hitam dan banyak susu kental manis.

Penjual pasta kari melakukan pekerjaannya sejak pagi hari.

Dim sum adalah sarapan favorit di Georgetown, tapi di sini, dim sum menjadi lebih berkesan dibanding di tempat-tempat lain.

Tuan Lee, 82 tahun, sudah membuat hio di Georgetown sejak 60 tahun lalu. Ia menggunakan bubuk cendana terbaik yang diimpor dari Australia yang memunculkan aroma sangat menyenangkan.

Yu char kuih, gorengan tepung khas Cina (cakwe) , sangat mudah ditemukan dalam hidangan Cina. Kakak beradik Chew membuatnya dengan resep yang dibawa ayah mereka saat pindah dari Xiamen ke Georgetown. Hasilnya adalah yu char kuih yang rasanya lebih ringan dan baunya lebih harum dari versi aslinya.

Masjid Kapitan Keling di Georgetown saat matahari terbenam.


Thursday, March 17, 2011

Ayam Tangkap :)

Jiaaaaaaaaaahhh... resep ayam tangkap Aceh masuk detikfood!
what a cool chicken you, huhh?! hahahaa.. cekidot mameennn :))

Bahan: 1 ekor ayam (sebaiknya ayam kampung), 1 liter minyak goreng, 8 tangkai daun salam koja (temurui), 4 lembar daun pandan iris kasar, 1 cangkir air matang, 2 buah cabai hijau

3 siung bawang putih (3 siung dirajang, 3 siung dihaluskan), 3 buah bawang merah, 5 buah cabe rawit, 1 ruas ibu jari (2 cm) kunyit, 1 ruas ibu jari (2 cm) jahe, 1 sdt garam, air asam jawa secukupnya

Cara membuat:
  • Potong ayam menjadi 24-30 potongan kecil, kemudian cuci bersih. Bila perlu, remas-remas dengan air perasan jeruk nipis.
  • Haluskan semua bumbu, campur dengan 200 ml air matang.
  • Masukkan potongan ayam ke dalam bumbu, dan rendam selama 10 menit.
  • Panaskan minyak di wajan besar sampai benar-benar mendidih. Goreng ayam sampai kecokelatan.
  • Semua ayam harus tenggelam dalam minyak dan jangan sampai terlalu berhimpitan satu sama lain. Untuk hasil terbaik, gunakan wajan yang besar, dengan 2 liter minyak goreng. Atau, jangan menggoreng sekaligus, melainkan sedikit demi sedikit. (Ingat: keberhasilan masakan sederhana ini sangat bergantungpada teknik menggoreng).
  • Menjelang ayam matang, masukkan irisan bawang merah, daun salam koja, daun pandan, dan cabe hijau. Teruskan menggoreng sekitar tiga menit lagi.
  • Angkat, tiriskan, dan segera hidangkan dalam keadaan panas.
Resep diperoleh dari:
RM Aceh Rayeuk
Jl. Banda Aceh-Medan km 3,5
Lueng Bata, Banda Aceh
0651 7409122

untuk tambahan ni,,
setau gw ayam yg bakal diolah itu direndamnya pake air kelapa, ini rahasianya lhooo.. :D

Wednesday, March 2, 2011

Random Picture: Sewing Kit Cupcakes!

Fettucine Black Pepper

250 g spaghetti/fettucine
2 sdm minyak sayur
3 siung bawang putih, cincang halus
100 g paprika hijau, buang bijinya, cincang
100 g daging sukiyaki, potong-potong
2 sdt merica hitam butiran, memarkan agak halus
3 sdm saus BBQ
1 sdt garam

Keju Parmesan

Cara membuat:

  • Rebus spaghetti dalam air secukupnya hingga empuk. Angkat dan tiriskan.
  • Tumis bawang putih hingga wangi.
  • Masukkan paprika, aduk hingga layu.
  • Tambahkan daging, aduk hingga kaku.
  • Masukkan merica hitam, saus BBQ dan garam. Aduk hingga rata.
  • Masukkan spaghetti, aduk hingga rata.
  • Angkat, beri bahan Taburan.
Sajikan hangat.

Thanks to Detikfood :)

Random Picture: Turtle Cookies

it's just soooo cute XD

Monday, February 28, 2011

Easy Chocolate Truffle

Hhmm.. look like so yummyy.. i love chocolate :)

  • 250g good dark chocolate ( at least 70% cocoa) / broken into small pieces.
  • 250ml double cream
  • 50g unsalted butter / dice up and bring to room temperature (till it’s soft, do not let it melt)
  • 1/4 heaped teaspoon of instant coffee granules
  • cocoa powder to dust
  1. Put the cream into a saucepan and bring it up to boiling point.
  2. Put the chocolate and coffee into a mixing bowl and slowly pour the boiling cream onto the mixture. Gently stir until all the chocolate has melted, then leave to cool for approx 2-3 min.
  3. Add the butter lumps and continue to stir gently. When you are done the ganache should have the consistency of mayonnaise and not have a oil slick floating on the surface.
  4. Let your mixture cool for at least 3 hours in the fridge, or best to leave over night in a cool airy room.
  5. Make sure your hands are cool, then spoon a little bit of the mixture into your hand and shape to desired size. Finally roll the chocolate balls in some cocoa powder and enjoy!
Credit: limesoup :)

Random Picture: Pasar Terapung Bangkok ;)

*pasar terapung yang jaraknya sekitar 100 km dari Bangkok*
Photoes from chef Farah Quinn :)

asyik banget nih gw pamer-pamerin foto org, sang-sang gw gitu yang udah pigi kesana, hahahaa.. tapi tenang genk, someday i must go theeeerreee!! :D
amiiiiinnn :)

Siomay Goreng

10 lembar kulit siomay, siap pakai
minyak goreng

Adonan Isi, aduk rata:
150 g daging ayam cincang
50 g udang cincang
1 kuning telur ayam
1 sdm daun bawang cincang
1 siung bawang putih, parut
½ sdt merica bubuk
1 sdt garam

Cara membuat:
  • Isi tiap lembar kulit pangsit dengan adonan isi.
  • Bentuk hingga bundar sambil lipat-lipat kelilingnya.
  • Goreng dalam minyak panas dan banyak hingga kering.
  • Angkat dan tiriskan.
  • Sajikan hangat dengan saus sambal atau mayones botolan
Untuk 10 buah

Credit: DetikFood

Random Picture: Singapore ;)

Turkey alias ayam kalkun

The famous Singapore chilli crab

Gingerbread cookies

Photoes from Chef Farah Quinn :)

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