That was the most horrible thing that ever happened to me. Yeah, all fixed now and i hope there won't be any more surprise in the coming days..^^"
Alright, enough of those pipes things. Lets get into food...:) Since i've not much time after all the repairing and cleaning, I still feel like baking or cooking something to please myself. Here it goes, a very simply and easy recipe which I got from the magazine. Its really easy and it only took me 20 minutes to prepare.
It don't just look nice, and it really taste good!
Ingredients for the syrup:
250g Gula Melaka or palm sugar (roughly crushed)
2 tbsps Sugar
5 Pandan leaves, tied into a knot
Ingredients for the rolls:
4 medium eggs
1/2 tsp Salt
2 tbsps evaporated milk
10 slices Bread, crusts removed
10 golden bananas, peeled
~ Put all syrup ingredients in a pot and bring to boil. Lower heat and continue to boil until all the sugars dissolved and syrup turns thick. (about 5 minutes). Strain and keep aside.
~ Beat eggs, salt and milk together in a bowl. Set aside.
~ Place a slice of bread on a board, using a rolling pin, roll the bread slice to half its original thickness.
~ Place a banana on one end of the slice and roll up to encase the fruit.
~ Use a toothpick to secure the bread roll from breaking up.
~ Heat up some oil in the frying pan, dip the roll in the beaten egg mixture and deep fry the banana rolls until golden brown.
~ Drain on absorbent kitchen towels, and remove the toothpicks.
~ Cut into half and drip some prepared sugar syrup onto the rolls before serving.
Crispy outside and soft inside...its really a good snack. I admit that its not quite healthy due to frying and those oil used, but i think once awhile to pampered ourselves with such tasty crispy stuffs are not that bad..;p