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Wednesday, 8-Jul-2009 14:11 Email | Share | | Bookmark
CREAM OF MUSHROOM SOUP

 
 
Everything happens for a reason... that's what I told Syahmi in the car yesterday evening when sending him to his tuition class. I guess, that time I was thinking how grateful I am now that I can drive without much fear.

I had my driving licence since somewhere in the late 1980s. Actually I had asked my parent's permission to learn driving soon as I finsihed my SPM in 1983. When I asked abah, abah told me to ask my mom. When I turned to my mom, she said, go ask your dad. So I said to myself... just forget it. After all, I am not the kind that likes to go out of the house, so what's the use of having a driving licence.... hahaha... doesn't that sound something like the Fox and The Sour Grape story! It's only until I've finished college that my parents had offered me to get my driving licence and I didn't fail them. I got through in my first test! And what's more, that day, when it was my turn, I was actually doing a solo performance! Normally there'll be three students to be tested at one time. The slope, the parking and the three point turn. But when it was my turn, I was the only one driving and imagine, all the eyes were on the car with me on the wheels! Luckily all went well and wallah... I passed!!! After I got my licence, I drove abah's Fiat 124, only for a short while. Why? Because everytime I came back and parked the car in the garage, abah will start inspecting the engine and bla bla bla... That sort of makes me uneasy and scared at the same time. If anything should happen to the car, I don't want to be blamed. ..

After I got married in 1991, hubby had asked me to drive his car, a Proton Saga, without any practise or whatsoever, I took the keys and started the engine. I can still remember the first 5 minutes driving the car... how the car 'hiccupped'! Hahaha.... Driving a Fiat and a Proton is a two different thing. One is under the catagory of heavy weight and the other in the light weight category. That explains the hiccup theory! But I drove hubby's car only for two days and after that, I prefer to go to work by bus, where I can just enjoy the ride while cross stitching! Then came the 10 long years of 'Life Abroad', where we were given personal driver. So my licence is just like how my friends use to call it..'Tanggung Kerajaan'. Hahaha... Well, we must enjoy life while we can, right! Hahaha...

But everything started to change when my parents came to stay with us. I was responsible to send my abah to SMC for his dialysis treament, trice a week. Followed by visits to Serdang Hospital to look after my mom who was admitted for a month. All these things happen all of a sudden which left me no time to think twice whether I can or cannot drive. I just have to go for it and alhamdulillah, Allah Maha Pengasih Maha Penyayang, I am how I am now. Syukur....

Thanks to my ex-car.....you'll always be remembered and your service is much appreciated.....





Recipe to share today was something that I made on my birthday. The recipe was taken from Madamme Kacip's Blogspot. Thank you Kacip for the recipe which is much enjoyed by us especially my daughter Fatin.



CREAM OF MUSHROON SOUP
Source : Madamme Kacip's Blogspot

Ingredients :

2 onion ~ diced
150g fresh button mushroom ~ sliced
2 pieces shitake mushroom ~ soaked and diced (I added this)
2 tablespoons corn flour ~ mixed with a bit of water
1 piece chicken cube
3 cups UHT Milk
salt to taste
1 teaspoon blackpepper powder
1 tablespoon margarine/butter
cooking oil

Method :

1. Heat oil in a pot and add in butter/margarine. Add in diced onion and stir till soft. Reduce the heat.
2. Add in mushrooms and cook till soft.
3. Pour in the milk followed by chicken cube. Add in the cornflour mixture. Bring to a boil over a moderate heat, stirring occasionally. If the gravy is too thick, you can add water to make it thinner. Add salt and black pepper to taste.
4. Using a hand blender, purée the soup.
5. Return soup to the saucepan and cook over a gentle heat.
6. Once bubbles appear on the surface of the soup, remove saucepan from heat. Serve with garlic bread.


SUP CENDAWAN BERKRIM

Bahan-bahan :

2 biji bawang besar kuning - didadu
150 gm cendawan butang putih segar - dihiris
2 sudu besar tepung jagung - dibancuh dengan sedikit air
1 kiub pati ayam
3 cawan susu UHT
garam
1 sudu kecil serbuk lada hitam
1 sudu besar mentega/marjerin
minyak masak

Cara-cara :

1. Panaskan periuk dan masukkan minyak masak dan mentega. Cairkan mentega kemudian masukkan bawang yang telah didadu. Kacau bawang sehingga layu dan agak kekuningan. Jangan sampai garing, perlahankan api.
2. Masukkan cendawan dan kacau sehingga terbit air dan cendawan layu.
3. Tuang susu ke dalam periuk diikuti kiub pati ayam. Biar mendidih sekejap kemudian perasakan dengan garam dan serbuk lada hitam.
4. Dengan menggunakan hand blender, blend sup tadi tetapi pastikan jangan sampai cendawan hancur. Blend sekejap sahaja sudah memadai. Biarkan sup mendidih dan pekat, bolehlah ditutup api dan dihidangkan dengan kepingan roti bawang putih.




Monday, 6-Jul-2009 06:06 Email | Share | | Bookmark
RICH CHOCOLATE MOIST CAKE (ZACK)

 
 
 
I didn't realise that I am that courageous! I bravely accepted another challenge from my sifoo Kak Liza . We were chatting on Yahoo Messenger when she asked me if I could bake for her a chocolate cake to be delivered to her son in Shah Alam, as a surprise birthday cake for her daughter Azlina. I have doubt at first, as I have never before successfully decorate a cake with chocolate ganache. But then, I said to myself, if I don't try it now, when will I try it then? And if I don't dare to try, how am I supposed to know that I am capable or not! What's more, I mustn't let all the tips that Ana had kindly taught me, go to waste! On top of that, the cake that Kak Liza requested came from a well known sifoo in baking, non other than RinnChan who took the recipe from a talented lady in baking, Zack aka Mrs Zairul in Japan. As you can read, all the names mentioned above are all BIG names in this baking world. That means, the recipe should be nice, insyaAllah. I will bake another cake for us to taste... when? Don't ask....



Anyway, thanks to....
~ Kak Liza for trusting me with this order
~ Ana, for coaching me with the ganache
~ Zack, for discovering the recipe and sharing it with us
~ Rinn, for promoting the recipe and for making me suffer to see the glossy look of her chocolate cake!

And presenting to you....my almost successful chocolate moist cake with chocolate ganache... hahaha...



RICH CHOCOLATE MOIST CAKE
Source : Zack aka Mrs Zairul

Ingredients A :

170gm butter
300gm castor sugar
3 eggs

Ingredients B :

2 teaspoons Nescafe granules
1 tablespoon lukewarm water
1 teaspoon Vanilla essence
1 teaspoon Chocolate emulco

Ingredients C :

225gm flour
65gm cocoa powder
1/2 teaspoon salt
1 teaspoon bicarbonate soda
1 1/2 teaspoons baking powder

180ml chilled water from the refrigerator

Method :

1. Beat butter and sugar on high speed till light.
2. Add eggs, one at a time and continue beating.
3. Mix well ingredients B and pour a little at a time into the batter. Beat a few minutes more.
4. Sift ingredients C. Cut and fold ingredients C into the batter alternately with chilled water, starting and ending with flour.
5. Grease a 9 inch round tin or lined it with greaseproof paper. Pour the batter into the tin and bake in a preheated oven at 175 C for 40 minutes or till done.

TOPPING

1 can condensed milk
90gm cocoa powder
100ml corn oil or melted butter
1 teaspoon Vanilla Essence

In a small pot on slow fire, heat the milk (make sure the milk doesn't get burnt!). Add in sifted cocoa powder and stir to mix. Add in vanilla essence and corn oil/melted butter. Stir to mix well and shiny, about 5 minutes. Once lukewarm, pour onto the cooled cake and decorate as you wish.


The following recipe, in Bahasa Malaysia was copied and pasted from Rinn's Fotopage. Halal yek!



RICH CHOCOLATE MOIST CAKE

Bahan-bahan :

BAHAN A:
170gm butter
300gm gula castor
3 biji telur

BAHAN B :
2 tsp serbuk nescafe segera
1 tbs air suam
1 tsp esen vanilla
1 tsp choc emulco

BAHAN C :
225gm tepung gandum
65gm serbuk koko
1/2 tsp garam halus
1 tsp soda bicarbonate
1 1/2 tsp baking powder

180ml air sejuk dari petiais

CARA-CARA:
1. Gunakan mixer dengan kelajuan tinggi, putar Bahan A sehingga kembang.
2. Masukkan telur satu demi satu dan terus putar.
3. Campur sebati semua bahan B dan titiskan ke adunan butter tadi. Putar seketika dan hentikan putaran.
4. Ayak Bahan C. Masukkan berselang-seli dengan air sejuk bermula dengan tepung dan berakhir dengan tepung. Gunakan spatula untuk mengkaup balik adunan. Jangan putar.
5. Alas dan gris loyang bulat 9". Bakar pada suhu 175 darj cel selama 40min atau sehingga kek masak.

TOPPING
1 tin susu pekat
90gm serbuk koko
100ml minyak jagung atau butter cair
1 tsp esen vanilla

Di dalam periuk, panaskan susu sebentar. Ayakkan serbuk koko ke dalam susu, terus kacau rata. Masukkan minyak/butter cair dan vanilla. Kacau sehingga rata dan berkilat, lebihkurang 5 minit. Biarkan suam baru tuang atas kek yang telah sejuk. Hias ikut suka




Sunday, 5-Jul-2009 02:38 Email | Share | | Bookmark
SHABANA'S CUPCAKES

 
 
 
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Quote:
so sweetttt...cupkek tu pakai kek ape ye kak?
Posted by:dona


To answer Dona's question, here are the recipes for the cupcakes. Actually I baked 3 different flavours for the cupcakes that I posted in the previous entry. Thank you to Shabana, a good friend of mine in Malawi for emailing me this recipe so that I could try it out and share with others. Shabana gave me the Vanilla Cupcake recipe. From there I played around with the recipe to produce another two different flavours just to give more variety.



VANILLA CUPCAKES
Source : Shabana (Malawi)

Ingredients :

500g cake flour
250g butter
250g castor sugar
2 teaspoons baking powder
2 teaspoons vanilla essence
260ml fresh milk
5 eggs

Method :

1. Sift flour and baking powder. Set aside.
2. Cream butter and sugar till fluffy. Add eggs one at a time.
3. Add vanilla essence.
4. Add flour, alternately with milk, starting and ending with flour.
5. Spoon the batter into the prepared muffin pan lined with papercups.
6. Bake in a preheated oven at 175 C for 22-25 minutes.




STRAWBERRY CUPCAKES

Ingredients :

250g cake flour
1 teaspoon baking powder
125g butter
125g castor sugar
2 large eggs
1 teaspoon strawberry essence
1/2 teaspoon strawberry paste
red food coloring
130ml fresh milk

Method :

1. Sift flour and baking powder. Set aside.
2. Cream butter and sugar till fluffy. Add eggs one at a time.
3. Add strawberry essence, strawberry paste and red food coloring.
4. Add flour, alternately with milk, starting and ending with flour.
5. Spoon the batter into the prepared muffin pan lined with papercups.
6. Bake in a preheated oven at 175 C for 22-25 minutes.




CHOCOLATE CUPCAKES

Ingredients :

220g cake flour
30g cocoa powder
1 teaspoon baking powder
125g butter
125g castor sugar
2 large eggs
1 teaspoon vanilla essence
130ml chocolate flavoured milk

Method :

1. Sift flour, cocoa powder and baking powder. Set aside.
2. Cream butter and sugar till fluffy. Add eggs one at a time.
3. Add vanilla essence.
4. Add flour, alternately with chocolate flavoured milk, starting and ending with flour.
5. Spoon the batter into the prepared muffin pan lined with papercups.
6. Bake in a preheated oven at 175 C for 22-25 minutes.




I am taking this opportunity to wish.....

~ Happy birthday to MAMAZIEZA
~ Happy birthday to AZLINA, daughter of Kak Liza
~ Happy Anniversary to my brother and his wife, AHMAD FAUZI & FAUZILAH





Thursday, 2-Jul-2009 15:27 Email | Share | | Bookmark
LATEST TO DATE PROJECT

 
 
 
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Just photos for now. I am so sleepy at the moment..... good nite everyone.....



Tuesday, 30-Jun-2009 13:45 Email | Share | | Bookmark
STEAMED CAKE WITH CHICKEN FILLING

 
 


STEAMED CAKE WITH CHICKEN FILLING
Source : Chef Zubaidah Chepa

Ingredients for cake :

3 eggs grade B
20g castor sugar
a pinch of salt
100g cake flour (I used multipurpose flour)
1/4 teaspoon baking powder

Method :

1. Beat eggs, sugar and salt till smooth and creamy on high speed for 8 minutes.
2. Sift flour with baking powder. Cut and fold gently into the egg batter using a spatula.

Ingredients for Filling :

250g minced chicken
1 onion - diced
1 teaspoon pepper
2 tablespoon grated cheddar cheese
salt to taste
1 tablespoon flour
1/2 teaspoon Corriander powder
1/4 teaspoon cummin powder

To garnish :
Spring onions
Fresh red chillies

Method :

Heat oil in a wok and add in diced onion, pepper, corriander powder, cummin powder and minced chicken. Saute till chicken are cooked. Add in
cheese, flour and salt to taste. Remove from heat and set aside.

Preparing the steamed cake

1. Get the steamer ready.
2. Grease the mould with a bit of butter. Sprinkle with a bit of spring onion and sliced red chillie. Spoon the filling in the middle and lastly add enough cake batter on top.
3. Bake for 15 to 20 minutes. Remove from steamer, leave to cool slightly before removing from the mould.




Thanks Rinn for sharing this recipe with all of us!





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