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Thursday, November 27, 2014

Sweet Buns ConviBake

T.H.E R.A.M.B.L.I.N.G.S

Just a short update today as I am not feeling too good today. Had headache since yesterday night. But alhamdulillah when I checked my blood pressure today, it is just slightly higher than my normal reading, nothing to worry... (ha ah..nak sedapkan hati sendiri! Hihihi...). Maybe I just need a bit of rest after a hectic one week I had been through. Busy but no complaints. I enjoyed it. :)

Yesterday, my darling little sister came to fetch my mom. So I cooked and baked for her somethings to take home. Didn't bake for her any cakes as she is now good in baking. Thanks to Laura Vitale. And oh, because of Mak Chu too, I was hooked to this Laura. But I am not obsessed to Laura as Mak Chu is *OMG* *OMG* Chill dear sister, you can't have EVERYTHING that Laura has okay. Just make do with whatever you can grab hold of. Chill bebeh!

One of the things that I made for her to bring home are these lovely sweet buns. Made this using the leftover sweet bun premix from Golden Republic Malaysia Sdn Bhd. This time round, I just made it plain and finish it off with some coarse sugar sprinkled on top.


T.H.E R.E.C.I.P.E


SWEET BUN (ConviBake Premix)
Posted by MamaFaMi
Source : Golden Republic Malaysia Sdn Bhd


Ingredients :

500g ConviBake Sweet a Bun
11g instant dried yeast (I used Saf Instant)
210g chilled water
1 tablespoon margarine (I added)

1 teaspoon milk powder
a bit of water
coarse sugar


Method :

1. In the bowl of a standing mixer fitted with a dough hook, mix the flour and yeast.
2. Turn the mixer on, low speed. Pour in the water a little at the time till the mixture is incorporated. Add in margarine.
3. Turn the speed up to medium and keep kneading till a soft and shiny dough is formed. Roughly about 10 minutes or so.
4. Remove the dough from the bowl and onto your working sheet. Let it rest for 10 minutes.
5. Divide the dough to about 36g each. Should get about 20 buns.
6. Make the dough into round balls and arrange in a well greased baking pan (8" x 11").
7. Cover the pan with plastic wrap and let it rise till double the size.
8. Brush the top of the buns with mixture of milk powder and water. Sprinkle with some coarse sugar.
9. Bake in a preheated oven at 200 C for 15 minutes or till done.
10. Let it cool for 5 minutes. Remove onto wire rack to cool. Enjoy. If there are any leftovers, keep in an airtight container.



Have a nice day!


Wednesday, November 26, 2014

Vegetarian Fried Rice

T.H.E R.A.M.B.L.I.N.G.S

I was pretty occupied for the last one week, especially when Syahmi was home. He came back with a friend, Ryan. They had to sit for their exam in Sepang. When Syahmi told me that Ryan will be staying with us for one day, my mind started working straight away. Why? Because Ryan is a vegetarian. And I am not an expert vegetarian cook, or rather, I am not an expert cook to be honest. I kept whatsapp-ing Syahmi, does Ryan eat this, can Ryan eat that. I guess the boys must be annoyed with me. Haha, sorry boys. I just had to give my mind some peace! Hihihi.... Finally Syahmi told me, Ryan said, any vegetable will do.

To google vegetarian recipes, I am pretty sure I will end up with loads and tons of recipes which will make me loose my mind halfway through. So I told myself, cook just anything, without any meat in it. And to play safe, I went to the supermarket and get me a bottle of vegetarian oyster sauce. Yeah, that's the trick actually. That sauce makes the dish tasty, at least to my taste.

The first menu I served the boys was this vegetable fried rice. And Ryan gave me 4 out 5 rating. I questioned him, why didn't I get a full mark? Hahaha.... boleh pulak tak puas hati dengan rating orang... ngeh ngeh ngeh... And Ryan said, can't give full marks, so that there will be room for improvements! Hmmm...logic answer... ok, I will accept that.

T.H.E R.E.C.I.P.E



VEGETARIAN FRIED RICE
Posted by MamaFaMi

Ingredients :

2 eggs
white pepper
3 cloves garlic - chopped
1 small holland onion - sliced thinly
1 tablespoon chillie paste
1/4 bowl diced carrots
1/4 red capsicum - diced
1/4 green capsicum - diced
1/4 yellow capsicum - diced
5 fresh shitake mushrooms - sliced
2 tablespoons vegetarian oyster sauce
salt to taste
2 bowls leftovers rice
cooking oil

scallions - chopped
crispy fried onion


Method :

1. Prepare scrambled eggs (eggs + white pepper + a bit of salt). Set aside.
2. Heat a bit of corn oil in a large skillet. Add in the garlic and fry till brown and fragrant.
3. Add in the sliced onion and fry till soft. Then add in the chillie paste. Fry till fragrant.
4. Add in the carrots. Add oyster sauce and the mushrooms.
5. Stir in the three colored capsicums and salt to taste.
6. Add rice and eggs. Stir to mix.
7. Remove from heat and garnish with some scallions and crispy fried onion.



Have a nice day!