Showing posts from September, 2011

Nonya Curry Laksa

September 28, 2011
If someone offer you a bowl of good laksa... would you politely decline or would you have a Cheshire Cat smile and accept whole heartedly?

'Cocoa' Tiramisu

September 20, 2011
'Cocoa' Tiramisu recipe is easy to whip up for unexpected guests. It is good for children too as no coffee was included.

Malaysian Lemang

September 16, 2011
I am so excited to be invited by Rosa of Rosa's Yummy Yum to write and share with everyone about a traditional Malaysian delicacy, Lemang ... (pronounce as Le-Mung ).  Lemang is a 'must-have' dish during Eid celebration. Being far away from home, with only glutinous rice, coconut milk and banana leaves easily available, I managed to re-create Lemang at home... To my fellow Malaysians who reside overseas...and at times have that 'craving' for Lemang... fret no more... you too can make Lemang without bamboo and a huge bonfire in your back yard. So let us head over to Rosa's Yummy Yum  blog to enjoy my Homemade Lemang. And while you are there, do check out Rosa's exciting photographs of her mouth-watering food and her beautiful homeland of Switzerland... Everytime I look at her beautiful photos .... I was somehow lost in the land of my imagination... and kept on seeing Maria singing away with Von Trapps children... (nevermind that  Sounds of Music  

Chicken Coated in Yoghurt and Sourdough Breadcrumbs

September 13, 2011
This post will be my 'Almost Wordless' post.. After 2 lengthy posts..and another due soon... I think my brain and fingers deserve a break.... Spring 2011... Eucalyptus Macrocarpa ~   Red Pom-Pom flowers  Chicken Coated in Yoghurt and Sourdough Breadcrumbs  Recipe 1 tub of light natural yoghurt 1kg chicken breast - slice into 1.5 cm thick 1 Sourdough baguette 1 teaspoon dried herbs salt Marinate the chicken strips in yoghurt for at least 3 hours or overnight in the fridge. Process sourdough baguette in food processor into breadcrumbs. Season breadcrumbs with salt and some dried herbs. Heat up frying pan and pre-heat the oven to 200C. Coat chicken strips with breadcrumbs. Spray oil onto the chicken strips and place onto the hot frying pan. Cook for about 2 minutes on each side to seal the juice. Arrange on baking tray and baked for about 15-20 minutes until it is cooked. Serve with roasted vegetable.

Nasi Minyak/ Savoury Rice

September 06, 2011
In my previous post, I mentioned that Ayam Masak Merah is a special dish for Malay weddings... a nd I shall continue with another 'Wedding Dish' ~ Nasi Minyak or Savoury Rice to compliment Ayam Masak Merah .