Friday, July 3, 2009

Free Time....

Yeah, i have lots of free i spent the whole afternoon in my kitchen. Heehee! And left my daughter playing herself...poor thing!
Luckily the cheese cake i made here is her favourite, that makes me don't feel that guilty for not playing with her.

A recipe from my sister (little kitchen)....she has been making this for me, and i love it so much!
This is the first time i try this out, and its really good! I cut it into small piece and placed them in a paper cup , don't they look nice...heehee!

Okay, the 2nd is the 'Chai Kueh'........
This is one of my favourite kueh. And i've been trying to make this many times.....:P
Too bad... its difficult for me to have a soft and yummy skin. Sigh...:( This is because i've made the skin too thick. I'm so worry that the filling may oozed out so that's why lorr.... Anyway i won't give up...will try very soon ...heehee! least it looks nice in this picture i took here...haha! The filling is quite tasty but not the skin larr......For freinds out there who like to try this out....may check out the recipe below...

2 tbsp Cornflour
80g Wheat Startch (Tang flour)
130g Tapioca flour
1.5 tbsp Shortening
1.5 cups Boiling water
~ In a mixing bowl, add in wheat starch, pour in boiling water and stir vigorously. Cover with a lid and leave aside for 30 seconds. Add half the shortening and mix into paste.
~ Sift the tapioca flour and cornf;lour, then add in wheat starch paste and remaining shortening and knead into soft dough.
~ Divide the dough into 30g each, then flatten it and wrap up with some filling and seal
~ Arrange it onto a greased trap or greased banana leaf and steam for 7-8 minutes over high heat.
~ When cooked, brush lightly with oil to prevent from sticking to each other.

500g turnips (shredded)
2 pips minced garlic
2 tbsps minced shallots
2 tbsps minced dried shrimps
1 tsp fish sauce
a dash of pepper
1 tsp sesame oil
1/2 tsp five spice powder
** Stir fry the shallots and garlic until fragnant, then add in dried shrimps
** Add in shredded turnips and stir fry for awhile, then add in all the other ingredients.
** Add alittle water and simmer for 5 mins
** When the turnips is soft enough, then its done
** Cool aside before wrapping

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