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Monday, 29 September 2014

Kay Hong - a traditional dish

My hubby is from Terengganu and he loves to eat Kay Hong - a traditional dish cooked by his mum. So, to make him happy, I found this recipi here and learn how to cook.  My hubby said still long ways to go to learn my MIL cooking but I thinks he is happy with the outcome.

Kay hong - packed in tiffin carrier for lunch at office


I cook the recipe from http://phonghongbakes.blogspot.com/

Ingredients :
- 2 chicken legs (cut into bite sized pieces) (I used 4 chicken legs)
- 1 pork belly (cut into 1 inch slices)
- 6 hardboiled eggs (I used 8 egg because my children love egg)
- 15 shallots 
- 3 cloves garlic
- 2 tbsp preserved bean paste (taucheow)
- 2 tbsp kayciap (or ABC sauce/sweet soya sauce) (I used normal soya sauce)
- 2 tbsp dark soya sauce
- Palm sugar (gula Melaka) to taste
- 700 ml water (adjust for consistency, use less for thicker gravy)

Method :
- Blend shallots, garlic and taucheow. Saute the blended paste until fragrant.
- Add pork belly and fry for about 10 minutes.
- Add water, kayciap/sweet soya sauce, dark soya sauce, gula Melaka and hard boiled eggs.
- Bring to a boil and simmer for 30 minutes before adding chicken.
- Simmer until chicken is cooked and tender.

My hubby finishes his plate of rice and ask me whether the balance will keep for tomorrow dinner....LOL....(mayb he thinks it is goods)

Monday, 22 September 2014

Yangon, Myanmar

I was assigned to Yangon, Myanmar recently for business trip.  I went there with our agent for 4 days to interview workers.  The trip was enjoyable as we also went for a short trip after we finished our interview session.

It is an interesting place to visit as I remind me of the 80s in Malaysia.  We went to Shwedogan Pagoda or Great Dagon Pagoda.  

Made of gold



Yangon at 6.30am....so bright
 Then we went to Bogyake Aung San Market on the next day.  I bought some souvenir for family and friends.



Let see the food available in Yangon



The food are not bad also but some of the food are a bit sour like the soup on the top.  They like to eat the food that are barbaquee.

Monday, 8 September 2014

Durian Ice Cream and Chicken Pie

We make durian ice cream and chicken pie recently.  For chicken pie, I use roti paratha as the skin.

For ice cream, I got the recipe from nasilemaklover.blogspot and it is very easy to follow

Durian Ice-cream

Durian flesh 350g
Sugar 4tbsp ** adjust accordingly !!
Fresh Milk 100ml
Fresh whipped cream 70g

1. Blend durian flesh, sugar and milk in a blender till smooth.
2. Add in fresh whipped cream and mix well.
3. Pour into a container and freeze overnight or until set.

Yummy ice cream

Chicken Pie

Pulau Ketam

We organize a trip to Pulau Ketam on National day holiday with the children.  It is very hot so we were there for about few hours.