Got this in my email and thought of sharing it with all of you... haha...
Pernah tak masa driving, kadang-kadang kita dengar kereta yang berselisih atau kereta di belakang kita membunyikan hon? Percaya atau tidak… Tahukah anda bahawa setiap bunyi hon itu ada maksud tertentu disebaliknya.
Saya bongkarkan maksud disebalik bunyi-bunyi hon tersebut untuk anda sekarang. Please take note yer! hehe
1 x HON PENDEK – pemandu tu nak cakap “HAI”
2 x HON PENDEK – pemandu tu nak cakap “TERIMA KASIH” atau “JUMPA LAGI”
3 x HON PENDEK – pemandu tu suruh kenderaan depan tu cepat sikit (biasanya kat traffic light time dah hijau tak reti-reti nak jalan)
1 x HON PANJANG – pemandu tu beri amaran kereta lain bahawa diorang memandu secara merbahaya dan hampir menyebabkan kemalangan
2 x HON PANJANG – pemandu tu marah “HOI!!!… BODOH XDER OTAK KE”
6. 4 X atau lebih HON PENDEK – pemandu tu cakap ;
“TIIILAM! TIIILAM!… TILAM LAMA, TUKAR BARU.. TIIILAAAM!… TIIILAAAAM!”
skali jual tilam daa..
Had been eyeing Ros's buns photos for quite a while in such agony! Finally, after all those mental tortures that I had to go through, I just can't take it any longer. I had to try it out myself. But my buns doesn't look as nice as hers because I think I had over-proved the dough and I had used the wrong sized tin. Next time, I really have to start listening to my instinct more often!!! Anyway, thank you so much Ros for sharing this nice recipe with all of us...
150ml fresh milk
1/2 egg - keep the balance for glazing
2 tablespoon sugar
90 g mashed potato ( clean potato, boil till tender, mashed and then weigh )
350 g bread flour
1 tablespoon milk powder
4 g instant dried yeast (about 1 teaspoon)
1/2 tablespoon margarine/butter
2 tablespoon custard powder
3/4 cup fresh milk
3 tablespoons sugar
Method for Custard :
1. Put all the ingredients for custard in a small pot. Mix well.
2. Place the pot over low heat and keep stirring till the mixture thickens.
3. Set aside.
Method for the dough, using bread maker :
1. Pour milk, egg, sugar and mashed potato into the bread maker pan. Top it with bread flour, milk powder and yeast.
2. Set the breadmaker to Dough function.
3. Once the dough is just combined, add in butter and leave the Breadmaker to continue doing it's job. This process will take about 1 1/2 hour including prooving.
4. Divide the dough to 16 pieces and shape into small balls.
5. Arrange the small dough in a baking pan.
6. Cover the shaped dough; let rise until almost doubled in volume.
7. Before baking, brush the dough with egg wash (the balance of the egg mix with a bit of fresh milk)
8. Pipe the custard on top.
9. Bake for 25 minutes in a preheated oven at 180 C, or until the bread is golden in color.
Have a nice day!