Tag Archives: Porridge

Recipe Homemade Soy Milk with Red Dates

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Just love having the Philip Soy Milk maker readily at home. This machine is able to cope with 1.2litre. I just find it very handy and fresh soy milk can easily access. Firstly you need to soak the beans over night before brewing it in the morning. Simple and easy. A fresh warm soy milk is just amazingly delicious and with infused red dates can be awesome. Nice light flavouring and great hinted smell.

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Tong Kee Glutinous Rice Ball Taman Berkeley Klang

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Tec Le Coffeeshop

Taman Berkeley is one of the most foodie heaven in Klang that offers a great range of delicious food starting from Bah Kut Teh, Pan Mee, Claypot Rice, Double Boiled Soups, Fried Porridge and many more to name. But on my discovery I found a small petite stall located at the five foot way of the Tec Le Coffeeshop. It was a sweet discovery !

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Breakfast at Mai Samui Resort and Spa Koh Samui

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Just love my recent stay at Mai Samui Resort and Spa, the island of Koh Samui. A four days and three nights stay was just barely enough, wish it was longer. Defintely a place to be free, no hassle and rain with peaceful pleasure. During my stay at the resort, I was amazed with the breakfast served. It starts serving as early at six in the morning.

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4am Dim Sum at Pudu Cafe

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Pudu Cafe located at Pudu Market

Lately I had been very busy myself and noticed that I had not been blogging regularly. Please accept my apologies. I guessed with such a busy schedule, I still make time for food indulging. My latest recent discovery was this old boys 4 o’clock morning Dim Sum joint located at Pudu market, city centre.

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Great Deal at One Sweet One Night Solaris Dutamas

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One Sweet One Night at Solaris Dutamas

Well I am truly not a frequent visitor to Solaris Dutamas but just last week I found myself having a great fun experience over dinner with some foodies. That night I landed myself at One Sweet One Night at Solaris Dutamas.

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Restaurant Bubur Goreng Berkeley Garden Klang

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Fried Whole Crab with Rice Noodle

What most every time I past through the Klang toll I would imagine myself sitting down for a jolly good porridge, Yes de’porridge and not Bak Kut Teh. A true surprise and yet Klang churns the best Bak Kut Teh. But it is not an ordinary porridge but it is something totally different, it can just knock your heads off. The porridge here infused with superior stock, rich dark sauce and infused with thinly sliced dry squid, petite dry shrimp, small cubes of dry beancurd and also small diced yam. One of the most tasty porridge in town, and so affordable.

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Jeff Lee Kitchen at Kampong Baru Sungai Buloh

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Jeff Lee Kitchen @ Kampong Baru Sungai Buloh

Tucked away in a small village just outside the city here was my next stop for a splendid dinner. Yes another food trail. This time we make a visit to a small village called Kampong Baru Sungai Buloh. Hidden in the centre of the village, that is where we located Jeff Lee Kitchen thanked to our food guide. The more I get to indulge the Chinese food, I came to realise my taste platter became much more sharper then before. Sense fo taste and knowledge had improved drasticly.

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Buka Puasa Ramadhan at Eccucino, Prince Hotel & Residence Kuala Lumpur

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Salivating Ikan Patin Masak Tempoyak

Having to arrive on time at Eccucino on time, it already got me eyeing at those Raya spread. It can be eye bulging with temptation. The “Tulang Rawan Masak Rusuk” or braised beef ribs kuzi style was such an eye pleasing. It was tenderly braised, attractive, laced with a tasty sauce and soft in texture that melts right away in my mouth. It wooed my heart immediately.

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Tien Kee Soup & Porridge Subang Jaya SS14

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Lucurious Black Vinegered Trotter

This post really go Green and sounds like we had not got enough of St Patrick’s Day! Yeah I had countless pints of Guinness and a great outing time with my makan mates. Truly we had been busy and yet really we do not know how to split ourselves when comes to work! :) Got to say it still one of those exciting challenges that keep us, the boys awake and going. It had been awesome when I took the offer to contribute some of my food excusion experiences to one of our major newspaper, New Straits Times and we got to meet so many interesting people and yet loads of delicious food, also not forgetting as it goes we learned many new things and important tips too.

In April we will be gearing up with loads of recipes to be prepared for our up coming cooking and baking classes (a working partnership with Samsung) and it is definitely going to be exciting and do come, have fun together with us in the kitchen this coming due date (This May I was told)!

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EMINENT FROG PORRIDGE AT LRG 19 – Singapore Geylang Unique Gourmet

Mum doesn’t like it and doesn’t eat it but I do, it’s awesome, it is soft, tender, sweet and taste awesome delicous, just perfectly done like we do with chicken fillet. I usually have them in dried chilly stir fry or even with pan fried slice fresh ginger and fresh sping onions. While my stay in Singapore, I got the chance to indulge into dishing it at Geylang, Singapore. Me and Jak got ourself into the taxi heading toward Geylang for this awesome gourmet, the claypot frog porridge. While in the taxi, the friendliness of our driver (truely singapore) had recommended us to this restaurant called eminent frog porridge at “lorong 19″ lane 19. You want to know why? We were informed that the restaurant offers buying two frogs, get one free . . . . sounds like a fanatastic bargain, and we truly agreed without any negotiation.

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MY TRAVELOGUE . . .

PENANG PART2

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After lunch we returned back to Hong Yap at Jalan Siam to continue the baking class for the afternoon session. This time we had great fun baking and creaming the cupcakes and we even had a young little man in the class. :) He was for sure a chef in grooming.

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In the evening we head off for a quick dinner before we departed for Kuala Lumpur. The hawker scene in Penang was awesome and so cultured. It brought back a lot of chilhood memories of my growing up. It was fun eating at the roadside in those days, it was so fun and full of heritage which we seldom experience this days.

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Lovely delicious porridge, Penang’s turely awesome chee cheong fun, fried oyster omelette, and tasty satay!

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We left Penang straight after a beautiful meal and took the ferry to the mainland.

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Penang had played a great host to us and I myself will defintely be seeing your more in this coming 2009 . . . . always Sunny Yaw

On the second day, Lingzie, Sid and myself we went to Chok Dee Thai for a Thai cuisine and it was a very relax and comfortable place to dine. It was located at a row of colonial designed house and was renovated into a restaurant. We loved the dishes, very well flavoured, tasty and the price was affordable but the portion were slighty small.

Chocolat Surpise Me!

Chocolat, chocolat, chocolat!

I had a great weekend in Penang having my baking classes, now I am back safely in KL and am totally exhausted. It was fun teaching my students on how to bake Macarons, Japanese Rouleau and The Opera Cake. Beside teaching I was brought around the streets of Penang to taste the hawker food by Uncle Lee, I had Assam Laksa, Fried Kueh Teow, Curry Mee, Prawn Noodle, Penang’s Chee Cheong Fun, Pork Porridge, Pork Satay and Dim Sum. It was fantastic to have meet some great food bloggers from Penang over dinner on saturday nite and I will post about this trip later. As I need some rest I will leave you my favourite chocolat recipe.
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Ingredients

350ml Double cream
300gm Dark chocolat
120gm Eggs
1pcs Vanilla pod
A pinch of salt

Equipment
6nos heat proof glasses
1 baking tray

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Method

1. Preheat the oven to 180C
2. Bring the cream to boil, then pour over chocolat in a bowl. Stir until smooth.
3. Scrap the vanilla seed pout from the vanilla pod.
4. Whisk together egg, vanilla seed and salt in another bowl, then stir into melted chocolat.
5. Pour the chocloat mis into each heat proof glasses to your desire.
6. Fill the baking tray with water (water bath).
7. Deep the glasses into the baking tray filled with water.
8. Bake for 15-20minutes.
9. Cool completely in pan on rack about 30-40minutes.
10. Chill it in the fridge.
11. Served with thick cream.

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I hope you will try this simple recipe at your own free time and I got to say mine tasted deliciously . . . . Love Sunny Yaw

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