Wednesday, May 25, 2011

Easy Popiah

Now that i have made Fresh Popiah Skin, i can't wait to try tasting them. Can't have a traditional Popiah Meal without the necessary ingredients and a good Popiah Meal require a long lists of fresh ingredients

The recipe for the filling is HERE Read More......

Sunday, May 22, 2011

Fresh Homemade Popiah Skin

Although Spring is gone and Summer is around the corner, the amount of rain that we have been getting made me feel that Spring has not gone. Spring is nature's way of saying that it is time to Party and eating fresh. How appropriate it will be to have a Popiah Party. Popiah is a very popular dish in Malaysia and it is a wrap filled with fresh ingredients of Spring. Spring vegetables take quite an enormous part in this Popiah Play/Party but the wrap - Popiah Skin take the center stage. Without the Popiah Skin, there is no play or party.

The recipe and how to make Popiah Skin is HERE Read More......

Wednesday, May 18, 2011

Pani Popo

What caught my eye the first thing in the morning on Mother's Day was Pani Popo posted by King Arthur Blog. It was Mother's Day and I thought this dish was named after me - POPO. POPO in cantonese is the name given to you when you have grand children from your daughter, meaning the maternal grandmother. The paternal grandmother in cantonese is MAH MAH - not mama who is mother. The chinese have specific names to address everyone in the family. If i mention that i am The POPO, asian friends need not asked further, they know that these children are my daughter's.

To read further and the recipe is HERE

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Saturday, May 14, 2011

Coach Handbag Cake

The family has been invited to celebrate a birthday of our dearest friend and it is difficult to buy her a gift, so i decided to make her one.  Since i have had a go at making cakes with fondant, i have  to make a handbag cake.  The celebration is at a restaurant 25 miles away, then after dinner, we will have to adjourned to her house which is another 25 miles away.  Will the handbag cake stand the journey. standing up like most 3-D handbags?  I am not taking the chance. with all the rain that we had, the roads here are hole -ier and should be renamed - Church Road.  So, the handbag cake has to lie down. like as if it is packed in a box.  I am not trusting the flimsy cardboard box and has put the cake on to my cake carrier.  It would look so much more like the real Mccoy of a Coach Handbag instead of a cake, but well, it is a cake and accept all the imperfections along with it.  Happy Birthday Dearest Friend, B and in cantonese  - Leen Leen Yau Kum Yat,  Sui Sui Yau Kum Chwee,  Fook Yee Thoong Hoi,  Sau Pei Lam San.  Read More......

Tuesday, May 10, 2011

Pai Pau

Pai pau (排包- which literally translates to rows of bread), is a popular bread in Hong Kong. It is the basic asian bread dough which is shaped in rolls, arranged closely together and baked. To eat them, one is to pull them apart and enjoy the incredible softness. This bread is rich and super fluffy, full flavor from the eggs and cream..

The recipe is HERE

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Saturday, May 07, 2011

Nasi Lemak

Without a doubt Nasi Lemak is possibly the greatest dish ever created by Malaysians.  It needs no introduction, nasi lemak is one of the most versatile meals that can be found everywhere in Malaysia,  be it in the heart of any Malaysian cities or in the remotest areas of the country.

The recipe and how to are HERE

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Tuesday, May 03, 2011

No More Domed Cakes

If you have been baking as much i did, you would understand how frustrating it must be when the cakes you baked come out of the oven domed and they needed to be levelled for layering.

Learn how to do it HERE Read More......
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