30 Nov 2011

Christmas Blog Design

Christmas coming... I am changing my blog design to christmas design, for this blog, I use What's For Dinner's frayed frame and Winter Solstice's snow flakes. The designer of What's For Dinner is Cinnamon Designs @ AfterFiveDesigns.com, and Winter Solstice's designer is Lauren Bavin @ DigitalScrapBookPlace.com.

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26 Nov 2011

Homemade Egg Noodle Recipes

My daughter love to eat noodles, she doesn't like to eat rice, so sometime I buy noodle from store, so I can cook soup at home to make her a bowl of noodles soup, now I would like to try to make noodles myself, so I search for homemade noodles through from the net, this is what I found from this website, recipe of homemade egg noodle, and I scrap it recipe card.

For more detail, please visit:
Homemade Egg Noodle Recipes
Graphic design by Cinnamon Designs, AfterFiveDesigns.com

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20 Nov 2011


I just miss bobo chacha so I decide to cook it, I get this recipe from MyWiseWife.com.

Home Kitchen Recipe | Bubur Cha Cha - Taro (Yam) and Sweet Potato Coconut Milk Dessert

1/3 pound sweet potato (orange species) - cubed
1/3 pound sweet potato (purple species) - cubed
1/3 pound baby taro or yam - cubed
1-2 ripe banana - sliced 1/2 inch length
1/2 cup tapioca pearls or sago
1/3 cup brown sugar/rock sugar/palm sugar (gula melaka) - I use brown sugar
5.6 oz (165 ml) coconut milk
1 piece screw pine or pandan leaves - folded
3 cup water (depends on the coconut milk thickness preferred)
dash of salt

The only the different with the bobo chacha I cook is I use palm sugar:
1. Steam taro and sweet potato to almost (95%) cooked. Set aside.
Tips: Toothpick can go through the flesh but the texture still holds it shape. Â
2. To prepare tapioca pearls/sago:
a. Soak tapioca pearls or sago in cold water for 5 minutes. Drain it.
b. Put 4 cup water in a saucepan and bring to boil.
c. After the water has boiled, place tapioca pearls and keep stirring until all the white pearls turn transparent.
d. Drain and rinse with cold running water. Set aside.
3. Pour water into a medium size saucepan.
4. Add sugar and bring water to boil to dissolve the sugar. Stir occasionally.
5. Add coconut milk. Stay at medium heat for 5 to 10 minutes and keep stirring.
Tips: Always stay at low-medium heat to avoid overcook coconut milk.
6. Add sweet potatoes, bananas, taros and tapioca pearls. Season with a dash of salt. Simmer at low-medium heat for 5 minutes.
7. Ready to serve hot or chilled it to serve cold.

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10 Nov 2011

Kimchi Omelet Recipe | Steamy Kitchen Recipes

 Do you love kimchi, I really love to eat, sour and a little spicy to taste, do you try before kimchi with egg, I found it from Steamy kitchen, she show you how to do this simple and delicious recipes, you can eat it as breakfast, lunch or dinner. You can also print out the recipe with just one click.

Kimchi Omelet Recipe | Steamy Kitchen Recipes

Recipe from Steamy Kitchen


2 eggs1 teaspoon sweet rice wine (mirin) - I prefer Mitsukan brand1 teaspoon cooking oil1/4 zucchini, sliced very thinly in half-moons1/2 stalk green onion, green part only, cut into 1 1/2" lengths2 tablespoons chopped kimchi, plus more for servingsalt and pepper to taste


1. In a bowl, beat the eggs together with the mirin.
2. Heat a nonstick skillet over medium-high heat with the cooking oil. Add the zucchini, green onion and the chopped kimchi and saute for 2 minutes.
3. Pour in the egg mixture, season with salt and pepper. Turn the heat to medium and cover skillet. Cook for 2 minutes, or until the egg is nearly set. Fold omelet in half and cook until done. Serve with additional kimchi on the side.
You will also want to try another recipe with kimchi, that is Hot Dogs with Kimchi Relish Recipe | Steamy Kitchen Recipes.

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2 Nov 2011

Three Layer Tea Become Jelly?

 Have you drink before three layer tea, it good. This is the recipe I found on this blog.
PauPau Dreamland: PauPau 3 Layer Tea: Everyday is a hot day! We always easily feel thirsty under the hot sun, only one thought in mind, "How good if there is cold drinks for me!"...

Brown sugar (cooked into syrup and pour in a cover bottle. You can keep inside the fridge for future used.
Evaporated milk
Lipton tea (tea leaves or tea bag)
Ice cube

Pour the brown sugar syrup.
Add some ice cube.
Then, slowly pour the evaporated milk.
Lastly, pour in the tea slowly and you will get your 3 layer tea ready to serve.
 But three layer tea in jelly?, have you seen it or try it before. Take a look:
Layered Sarawakian Specialties | House of Annie
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