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AL-AMAR Pavilion MIGF 2010

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It was a great weekend to start off, I set myself indulging delicious middle eastern cuisine at Al-Amar with a group of foodies. It was the Al-Amar’s Malaysia International Gourmet Festival (MIGF) Menu that caught our attention and it was something truly different than the usual. A scrumptious evening of Lebanese fine dining.

The Cold Mezze Palette

The menu festival at Al-Amar first introduce their cold mezze palette consist of Pink Hommos, Moustabbal with Avocado and Rocket Beetroot Salad. The Pink Hommos was truly interesting and too beautiful to look at. I like the colour and the taste was refreshing too, having it over my hand peeled pieces of warm pita bread was absolutely amazing delicious. It was perfectly done with mashed chick peas, sesame seed paste and the flavour was accelerated with a touch of special spices, lemon juice and olive oil. To be truthful, I don’t mind having another serving of this awesome snack. It was truly addictive! :)

Pink Hommos
The Pink Hommos

Mountabbal with Avacado
Mountabbal with Avacado

I found yet another interesting snack that I had before but with an interesting twist. I love moutabbal but finding mine with added mashed avocado was intriguing. Here this dish was prepared with mashed grilled eggplant with added sesame sees paste and flavoured with lime juice, fresh smashed avocado, garlic and olive oil. Yet it went very well with warm serving of pita bread.

Rocket Beetroot Salad
Rocket Beetroot Salad

The Rocket Beetroot served complimented both of the dips marvellously as it was really refreshing with mild sweetness and just simple light to have. The whole plate was so well incoperated and the cross tasting of the dishes on the plate was absolutely well calculated. I like it.

pita bread
Pita Bread

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Honey Fuji Apple and Black Sesame Mousse Cake

honey  fuji apple and black sesame moussecake 4

Well I am gearing into a great mood yet busy as I am preparing for a media interview for this weekend and I need to show them what I am goonna bake this weekend. I may sound cocky but I am excited on what I should be baking. Well definitely going to be exciting.

I stumbled upon this Fuji apple recipe and I find it pretty handy indeed as most of the ingredients can be easily found and even you can buy Fuji apples from the night market. At most it is not expensive and you can bake this cake all year round. I find it rather light and not too sweet yet simple which I like most. Simplicity is the best!

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