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Fast & Easy Kaya Jam Recipe

Comparison between mother's version and "my" version: mother's version "my" version very delicious delicious thicker a bit watery better fragrance less fragrance hard to get from outside same taste can get anywhere long hours needed (about 4 hours) fast and easy (less than 30mins) more patient done fast, suit for everyone can keep up to a month can keep up to a week I am too lazy to try mother's version although it is really really delicious. Hence came out my version. For those who like kaya, and lack of time or patient standing long hour keep stirring your kaya jam, my version is actually a very good try. It is better to make home fresh kaya jam since it is fast and easy to make. Try make a small bottle each time and finish it fast when it is still fresh, and make for new badge after finish. Ingredients: 90g sugar200 ml undiluted fresh coconut milk4 young/light green pandan leaves4 yolks (make sure no egg white at all) Method: 1. Cook sugar in a pot over medium-high heat until light brown, swirling slowly. Reduce heat to low. Keep swirling until sugar is medium-brown.2. Add coconut milk (beware of steam) and pandan leaves. Increase heat to high.3. Stir until coconut milk is just starting to simmer gently. Turn off heat.4. Slowly stir half of coconut milk into egg yolks. Next, pour all of egg mixture into remaining coconut milk in one go.5. Over medium to medium-low heat, cook combined mixture until slightly thickened.6. Reduce heat to low. Continue stirring until mixture is thick enough to coat spoon thickly. 7. Discard pandan leaves. Transfer kaya to a bottle. Leave until completely cool.8. Cover and refrigerate.

 

How Chiffon Cake Works? The More You Want to Know About Chiffon Cake

Something About Myself with Chiffon Cake Some time ago, I have been working on chiffon cake. I failed almost all times when come to chiffon cake, like this one. Even though I had attended a part time baking course on baking chiffon cake, but when bake on my own, I still failed to handle it. I am not sure of what causes them failed, at the end I gave up on chiffon cake and any cakes that need folding egg white into egg yolk mixture, because I handled this so BADLY.

 

Yong Pin Restaurant Dim Sum 榕槟茶楼点心 | Penang

Out of many dim sum restaurant in Penang, Yong Pin restaurant is one of the best to Camus and myself. This restaurant has been serving dim sum for many years. We had our early breakfast at Yong Pin last week. We order few types of dim sum with a pot of hot Pu Er tea. Yong Pin Restaurant at Jalan Sungai Ujong. Lo mai kai (steamed glutinous rice with chicken), not oily and texture of glutinous rice was just nice, not overcook like many others dim sum restaurant did, but you can only find a small piece of chicken, pork and mushroom in it. We simply love the tradiotional taste of this fried radish cake. Not easy to get it at some where else. Tasted good and chewy fish ball, with green shallot and red chilli. Curd pork pao. My favourite golden yolk pao. Price for each type of dim sum and tea is clearly listed. Prices and photos for all types of Pao. I do not list out all types of dim sum that we ate, but most of them tasted good, we also bought their "sak kei ma" (1 box RM5) which was very nice too. Restaurant information: Address: No. 11-B & C, Jalan Sungai Ujong, 10100, George Town, Pulau Pinang, 10100 Georgetown, Penang. Phone: 04-261 1355 Opening hours: 6am-12pm; 7pm-12am (closed on Monday)

 

Apom | Wai Sek Kai 喂食街| Chai Leng Park, Perai

If you like to eat something sweet after dinner, this Ah Pom that located at Lebuh Kurau 5 (Wai Sek Kai喂食街), Chai Leng Park is a good choice for them. The stall that selling Ah Pom is owned by a Chinese auntie; she operated this business for more than 20 years. For those who stay surrounding Chai Leng Park should be know about this Ah Pom. Previously, she was selling the Ah Pom at Chai Leng Park market during morning and at Wai Sek Kai (Wai Sek Kai喂食街) at night. Since I was kid (5~6years old), I like it very much already. May be you will ask me "What's so special?", because you can find Ah Pom/Apom/Apong anyway. I can tell you here, the taste is totally different compared to other Indian style Ah Pom/Apom/Apong.
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BreadmakerButterCake_7Have you ever try to bake cake with bread maker? I still remember, one of the attractive point of this new bread maker is the "bake cake" function. I wonder how will the cake taste with this super lazy method. No baking tool (except weight machine) is needed. What you need to do is to dump everything into the machine and press few buttons. That's all!

For the first try, I bake butter cake with the recipe that comes along with the machine.

 

 

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Butter and eggs

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Dump in flour

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Pour in milk

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Mixing ingredients

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Beating, beating...

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Fresh cake out from bread maker!

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Look at the texture of the cake, it rises evenly with soft texture. But frankly, it is a bit dry. Maybe I should remove the cake manually just few minutes before the setting time is reached.

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Another thing that does not satisfy me is outlook of the cake, the machine creates these two ugly holes at cake's bottom.

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However, I personally feel that this method is suitable to those who are running out of time to prepare food for party or any event. It is fast method and while waiting for cake to bake, you can prepare something else.

I am still hunting for "recipe of making jam with bread maker". So far I do not find any recipe that suit me yet. Is anyone out there able to help me?


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#6 Yong SH 2017-02-16 16:03
Quoting Eefong:
Thanks for sharing this. I read somewhere that you should remove the paddle when it's finished stirring i.e. before it starts baking.


Oh, really? sound good idea to remove paddle, I never thought of that, thanks for the tips Eefong.
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#5 Eefong 2016-12-14 11:58
Thanks for sharing this. I read somewhere that you should remove the paddle when it's finished stirring i.e. before it starts baking.
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#4 shaz 2011-10-03 18:50
How interesting, I never knew you could bake a cake in the breadmaker! Thanks for visiting my blog :-)
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#3 MnYfoodtalk - Yong SH 2011-08-21 20:51
Hi Vivian, the breadmaker is 5RP+RM269.
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#2 vivianlee 2011-08-20 12:11
how much dis breadmaker?
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#1 vivianlee 2011-08-20 12:06
how much dis breadmaker
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