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Sunday, April 27, 2008

Butter Cereal Prawn

I saw these tiger prawn in the supermarket today & just irresistable despite I am allergy to prawn. Nevermind, let the family enjoy it....
For perfect Butter Prawn dish, I would recommend Delichef seasoning powder - just follow the instruction on the packet (to add Bird-eye chillies & curry leaves). I also added some mozarella cheese for cheesy taste.

Chocolate Waffles

 Today's breakfast menu was decided by my kids. One wanted Chocolate Waffle, the other wanted Nasi Goreng & the third asking for Kebab...! Gheee...Somehow I'm in a mood to entertain all of them... I share the chocolate Waffles herewith and I'll share the kebab recipe when it is ready later...

This Chocolate Waffles is very rich in taste & texture like kids just love it! Original recipe is by Hershey but I have simplified it a bit. Serve with your favourite syrup & icecream or simply delicious by itself.


By: Roz@HomeKreation
½ cup Cocoa powder
62g Butter/Margarine
¾ cup Sugar
2 Eggs
2 tsp Vanilla essence
1 cup Flour + ½ tsp Baking soda + ½ tsp Salt
½ cup Fresh Milk + 1½ tsp Vinegar

1. Preheat waffle maker (WM).
2. Mix Cocoa, Butter & Sugar.
Add in Egg one by one while beating.
Add Flour mixture alternating with Milk.
3. Pour into WM & cook per manufacturer instruction.
4. Serve with favourite sauce like maple syrup, fruit syrup, chocolate sauce, custard, icecream...etc, etc per your imagination.

Saturday, April 26, 2008

Bubur Kacang Durian

Hari ni cik abang sayang teringin pulak nak makan Bubur Kacang Durian dengan pulut kukus, so buat lah....

Bubur Kacang Durian is green/mung beans cooked in Coconut Milk and flavoured with Durian. The Bubur I made today is served wth steam glutinous rice. It can also be served with Roti Jala. Since this is a very common dessert in Malaysia, I don't post the recipe. In case anyone interested for the recipe, please shout.

UPDATE @ 8th Jan 2011:
Recipe was requested & therefore updated herewith.
Recipe by: Roz@HomeKreation
1 cup Mung Beans
4-5 cups Thick Coconut Milk
3 tbsp Palm Sugar
White Sugar to taste (I didn't measure) 
1 Pandan Leaf
Durian Pulp (no need to deseed) 
1/2 tsp Salt

1. Wash mung beans & boil with a lot of water until soft & water dried up.
Add in the rest of ingredients & boil.
The moment it is boiled, off the heat.

2. Serve with steamed glutinous rice, Roti Jala, bread or just by itself.

HomeKreation Pizza

This huge pizza 11 inches x 15 inches enough to feed 6 horses. Served with fried chicken wings and coleslaw.... There is no better pizza than the home made....choose whatever toppings you like and make sure put them luxurily...

1 ready made dough (using 500g flour)
300-400g Minced Beef - mix with 1 tbs ginger juice
1 Canned Tomato
1 small can Tomato Puree - reserve a bit for topping
1 Large Onion - chopped
3 cloves Garlic - chopped
1 tbsp Chilli paste
1 can button mushroom - sliced
1 tsp Oregano powder
1 tsp Dried Basil
1 tsp Mixed Herbs
1 tbs Sugar
Salt & Pepper
For Toppings:
Sliced Tomato
Sliced Bell Pepper
Sliced Large Onion
1 packet Pepperoni
1 packet crab sticks
100-200g Shelled Prawns/Shrimps
2 Sausage - sliced
Shredded Mozarella Cheese
Shredded Parmesan Cheese
Shredded Cheddar Cheese

1. Prepare bread dough & line pizza tin. Bake for 10 minit.
2. Fry chopped onion, garlic for 2 minutes and then add chilli paste & fry until fragrant. Add minced meat, sauces and the rest of ingredients. Stir & cook until meat is done and the sauce become a bit dry.
3. Spread bread with tomatoo puree. Top with cooked meat & the remaining toppings. Sprinkle cheese at the last step.
4. Bake at 180C for 20-25 minutes.

Wednesday, April 23, 2008

Banana Trunk & Chicken Green Curry

The first time I tasted banana trunk curry was at a friend's gathering. It is amazing that banana trunk can really be turned to something delicious. I did not have enough of it even after my second plate of rice. Last weekend I decided to sacrifice my banana tree to satisfy this inner craving for the tasty banana trunk... can you imagine? I experimented carefully by selecting the most inner part of the trunk which is soft enough to turn into vegetables. Since I did not have shrimp in the freezer I decided to add chicken to accompany the banana trunk and it was just marvellous..!

Banana trunk from 1 tree (only use the inner soft edible part)
6 small pieces of chicken parts
10 bird-eye Chillies (more or less to adjust to your tatse)
4 shallots
1 tsp Turmeric powder (it will taste better if you replace with pounded fresh tumeric)
1 lemongrass - mashed slightly
1 tumeric leave - tear to big pieces
2 bowls of thick coconut milk
1 pc dried tamarind
Salt to taste
Ajinomoto (optional)

1. Clean & slice banana trunk thinly. Place in a pot.
2. Pound/blender chillies & shallots & place in the pot.
3. Place all other ingredients in the same pot & boil. Make sure you stir all the time to prevent coconut milk from curdling. The green curry is ready when the vegetable & chicken parts are cooked.
4. Serve with rice.

Sunday, April 20, 2008

Cheesecake Jello

I made this last Friday for Women Network party and made it again today on my children's request. It was a hit during the party and many asking for the recipe. The original recipe is called Heart Jelly from Yochana but I changed the name because I did not use heart shaped fruit but replaced it with pineapple rings instead. I have also refined the recipe a bit the way I made it.

300 g Digestive Biscuits
140 g Melted Butter
10 g Gelatine Powder
½ cup Hot Water
1 block of Philidelphia Cream Cheese
50 g Sugar
½ tsp. Vanilla Essence
1 can of Pineapple rings (or any fresh fruit) - drained
1 box of Strawberry or Raspberry flavoured Jello (you may need to buy 2 boxes of small packet, check the liquid measurement as suggested on the box to match this recipe)
1½ cups boiling hot water
1½ cups cold water


1. Blend biscuits until fine and then mix with melted butter and mix thoroughly. Press into a 9" Square tray. Chill in the fridge to let it harden.

2. Stir gelatine powder with boiling hot water until it is dissolved.

3. Beat cream cheese, sugar and vanilla essence till creamy, add in gelatine mixture gradually and cream until smooth. Pour on top of chilled biscuits. Arrange pineapple rings on top of cheese fillings. Put into the fridge to let it set.

4. Dissolve Jello in boiling water then pour in cold water and stir well. Let it completely cool. Pour over the set cream cheese filling and put into the fridge again to let it set until firm.

NOTE: For muslims, be reminded on careful selection of gelatine as most brands are not halal. In Malaysia, you can check the product code with JAIS via sms or website on Directori Halal before buying.

Saturday, April 19, 2008

Scramble Egg Cups

This morning I've tried this simple idea that I've seen somewhere. I have specified the ingredients below for 12 pieces. It is not just easy to prepare but also presentable to serve for guests. The bread cups are crispy and the filling can be changed to your preferred ones like tuna, sardine or mince meats but of course scramble egg is the easiest...!

INGREDIENTS (12 cups):
9 slices Bread
Margarine - sufficiently
½ Big Onion
1 Red Chilly - sliced
3-4 Eggs - slightly beaten with Salt & Pepper
Celery leaves
Chilli Sauce

1. Remove crust from sides of bread slices. Flatten bread slices with rolling pin. Spread margarine on both sides. Cut into small pieces. Press bread pieces into muffin mould. Bake 200C for 10-15 minutes until crispy.

2. Fry chopped onion & chillies and stir in beaten eggs. Add in chopped celery leaves.

3. Fill scramble egg into baked bread cups. Pipe mayonaise & chilli sauce on it. Serve.