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I love to eat waffle especially when the waffle just comes out hot from waffle maker and waffle with peanut butter is always my first choice. I have even tried to make my own waffle with my sister in law's waffle maker which bought from Cosway. My homemade waffle didn't turn out as good as those sell outside. To me, good waffle should be crunchy outside and soft inside. Of course the taste should be delicious too. Recently, I get to know about Belgium Waffle after my first try in Osaka Railway Station, Japan. The strong fragrance from the waffle store caught our attention. We bought a piece of plain waffle which costs 126 yen (about RM4.50). The Belgium waffle was very crunchy and tasted heavenly!  

 

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Easy Ice Cream Cake

This ice cream cake was specially delicated to my brother on his birthday. As usual, I bake cake follow my mood, last weekend I have good mood to make this ice cream cake, hence he has this special cake from me! This is not a complicated cake as you only need to bake a sponge cake as it's base. I bought Magnolia 3 colours ice cream to make ice cream layer.
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Wednesday, 07 March 2012 00:00
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KettleCorn_8Thinking about pop corn, thinking about cinema. Thinking about cinema, thinking about pop corn. A box of pop corn with a cup of coca-cola, seem to be a cinema meal.

Nowadays, 2 person watching movie with a set of cinema meal require around RM30++ or more. To me, this is consider expensiveMoney mouth. So, we choose to pop our own corn at home while watching for movie. This way of entertainment save a lot of cost and at the same time, you will enjoy your movie with your love one.

To do this, what you need are unpopped popcorn kernels, sugar, oil and a big pot with cover. Quantity of ingredients depend on you and of course, the pot size. You can follow the proportion of 2:1:1 (unpopped popcorn kernels : sugar : oil).

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Firstly, heat up oil in a big pot with medium fire. Put 3 corns inside the pot and cover them up. Wait for few minutes and you will hear "pop..pop..pop". Yes, the 3 corns have poped out.

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At this time, pour in the rest of corns together with sugar into the pot, stir evenly and fast.

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Cover them up. You will hear "pop..pop..pop...pop..pop..pop...." sounds. Shake the pot while they are poppingCool. When you cannot hear anymore pop sound, you will get a big big pot of pop corn.

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Enjoy your pop corn with your movie now. Wink

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#4 MnY 2012-11-20 14:47
Hi Ng,
Only the parts that covered by melted sugar will become crispy. You need to shake the pot well in order to get more even melted sugar cover.
Once your turn off your gas, pot cover must open as soon as possible.
Also, you can add in slightly more sugar to get more crispy result.
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#3 Ng Poy Hoong 2012-11-19 17:33
Hi,
My pop corn turned out soft unlike the crispy ones we get at the cinemas. What happened and how to make crispy pop corn ?
Tasted delicious though. Thanks.
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#2 MnY - Yong SH 2012-10-30 22:43
Hi Kelvin, unpopped popcorn kernels can be found anywhere, such as hyper market, market and bakery ingredient shop. It is also quite cheap. :cheer:
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#1 Kevin 2012-10-30 13:55
Hi, where can i buy those "unpopped popcorn kernels"?
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