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  1. Mix the konnyaku powder and sugar together and mix them well. Pour the mixture into the liquid gradually and stir till it comes to the boil and turn off the fire. Keep stirring for 5 minutes till the bubbles disappear. Add citric acid and coloring and stir well. Put pieces of fruits in the moulds and fill the moulds with jelly. Chill the jelly in the refrigerator before serving Serves Read More... For Filling: Beat butter in electric mixer on medium speed with the paddle attachment for three minutes. Blend in salt and refrigerate until firm. Divide mixture into 10 g portion into ball. Keep refrigerated until ready to use. For Topping: Beat butter and icing sugar in electric mixer with the paddle attachment on medium speed for five minute until mixture is light and fluffy. Gradually beat in eggs. Mix in coffee mixture. Sift in flour and mix on low speed until combined. Refrigerate until ready to use. For Sweet Dough: Mix 1/2 of the flour, soya bean flour,castor sugar, yeast and salt in electric mixer with paddle on low speed for one minute. Add egg and water and mix on low speed for another minute. Mix in butter. Mix on medium speed for eight minutes until dough forms like spider web. Change to dough hook and add the rest of the flour slowly. Mix five minutes more on medium speed until soft, smooth and elastic(but not sticky) dough forms. Remove dough from mixture and shape into a ball. Divide the dough into 55 g portions(should get 17 portions). Roll each portion into a ball. Cover the balls of dough and leave to rest for 10 minute To shape the buns: Flatten a ball of dough with the palm of your hand. Place a ball of filling in the centre of the dough. Gather the edge and pinch to seal. (Be sure to seal well or the filling will leak out during baking.) Pat into shape and place on a greased baking tray. Repeat with remaining portions of dough. Place each bun about 7.5 cm apart on the baking trays. Prove for 45 min in a warm place. Pipe the topping on the buns in a spiral, starting from the centre. (Use a ziplog bag and cut 1/8 inch hole at one corner, pipe until half way down the bun) Bake in preheated oven at 400 deg f for 12 mins, turn off oven and let the bun continue to brown. Serves Read More... Preheat oven to 350 degrees F (175 degrees C). Grease and flour a 9x13 inch pan. In a large bowl, beat together eggs, oil, white sugar and 2 teaspoons vanilla. Mix in flour, baking soda, baking powder, salt and cinnamon. Stir in carrots. Fold in pecans/walnuts. Pour into prepared pan. Bake in the preheated oven for 40 to 50 minutes, or until a toothpick inserted into the center of the cake comes out clean. Let cool in pan for 10 minutes, then turn out onto a wire rack and cool completely. To Make Frosting: In a medium bowl, combine butter, cream cheese, confectioners' sugar and 1 teaspoon vanilla. Beat until the mixture is smooth and creamy. Stir in chopped pecans/walnuts. Frost the cooled cake. Serves Read More... Saute ingredients (A) in two to three tbsp oil until aromatic. Mix in seasoning and the brain of crabs, bring to a boil(sauce should thicken). Add the crab pieces and stir-fry well. Then allow to simmer till sauce is slightly thick. Serve with garnishing. Serves Read More... Clean & pluck off the hair from the pig's trotters. Cut into big pieces. Heat Sesame Seed Oil and fry ginger until golden brown & fragrant. Use a BIG corningware casserole, add fried ginger,vinegar, water, and brown sugar. Bring to a boil and leave to simmer for 1/2 an hour until ginger becomes soft. Add pig's trotters and continue to simmer until soft & tender (approx.

  2. rs) Add shelled hard-boiled eggs 1/2 and hour before serving. This dish tastes better upon standing for days! Serves Read More... Marinate Chicken (use: 1 tsp sugar, 1 tsp soy, 1 tsp oil) for 5mins. Heat sesame seed oil. Fry ginger until fragrant. Add Wood Fungus, peanuts, & chicken. Stir fry well for a minute or two. Pour in 2 cups hot water and bring to a boil and cook until chicken is cooked. Finally add in the Stone's Ginger Wine and bring back to the boil. Serve hot with plain rice Read More... Mix (A) in a large bowl Add coloring to hot water from (b). Add to (A) and mix well. Knead to form a smooth but not sticky dough. Divide dough into equal portions and roll into balls. Flatten each portion slightly, add a small ball of filling. Pinch and seal the edges. Lightly dust ang koo mould with glutinous rice flour. Press each ball of dough into the mould. Knock mould lightly against table and the ang koo will slide out. Place each ang koo on greased, cut-out banana leaves. Steam ang koo over boiling water for four minutes, then open the lid and continue steaming for six more minutes or till cooked. This will ensure that the pattern comes out sharp and clear after cooking. Remove ang koo from steamer and brush lightly with oil to prevent them from sticking to one anotherand also to get the sheen. To make the filling: Steam green peas in a steamer for 20-30 minutes or till soft. Pulse the steamed green peas in the food processor. Pour into a big microwable glass bowl, add in all filling ingredients and cook in the microwave on high till mixture is almost dry. Remove the pandan leaves and leave aside to cool. Roll green pea paste into small balls and set aside to be used as filling. Serves Makes 18 to 20 small ang koo Read More... Put eggs and enough water to cover the eggs(have these at room temperature), bring to a boil. Lower heat and allow to simmer for five to six minutes.(timed from the moment the water returns to a boil) Remove eggs and soak in cold water. Gently tap the eggs to crack the shells, with the handle of a large knife, but not hard enough to dislodge any of the shell. (these tiny, irregular cracks all over the egg will enable the tea to stain the surface of the thin membrane inside the "crackle' effect seen on old Chinese porcelain) Put seasoning together with another half pot of water and bring to a boil. Add the cracked eggs and add enough water, simmer over gentle heat for half an hour. Soak eggs for two to three hours or longer before serving. Once cold they can be stored short term in the refrigerator. Remove shells and serve eggs with a dash of pepper and a sprinkling of salt. Serves Read More... Scale oil dough into 20 gm and water dough into 40 gm. Wrap oil dough inside water dough. Roll flat and roll up like swiss roll. Repeat another 3 times. Cut each piece into halves. Roll out each piece and put in filling. Preheat oven at 375 f Convection and bake for 10 minutes, remove from oven, glaze with egg yolks and bake another 15 – to 20 minutes. Char Siew Filling 300 gm Char Siew ( finely diced ) 3 tbsp sugar 1 tbsp tbsp Flour ¾ cup water 1 1/2 tbsp oyster sauce 1 Tbsp light soya sauce 1 tsp Dark soya sauce 4 chopped shallots 1/2 cup green peas 2 Tbsp oil Heat oil and stir in the shallots. Add in flour and fry until flour is cooked and brown. Put in the diced char siew and fry for a short while. Add in water, all the sauces and sugar. Cook till the sauces thicken and gluey. Lastly add in the green peas. Set aside to cool . Serves makes 56 siew paos Read More... Sift dry ingredients together into a mixing bowl. Add beaten egg, water and oil. Beat just until batter is smooth(do not overbeat). Drop from a spoon onto a hot, greased griddle and cook until top is full of tiny bubbles and the underside is brown. Turn and brown the other side. Serve with maple syrup or whatever filling you wish like red bean paste and kaya Serves Read More...


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