Thursday, January 28, 2010

Restaurant Teow Chew Meng

They offer a very unique mee suah tou, and I love it, for one pax at RM 11, Mee suah tou with sharkfin. Located at SS2 on the way to Paramount.

Seafood mee suah tou. This is the cheapest , yes sharkfin. Or else you can add abalone and such which will be higher charges.

They also have tomyum, porridge and clear soup with noodle of your choice.

Apart of that , Octopus (below), friend oyster and mango kerabu can be your appetizer

With nice sauce:


With just mention above menu, we will be surprise of the people coming in to eat. They have another 2 branches at Subang and Aman Suria (PJ)

Sunday, January 24, 2010

Pineapple Tarts

Brought 2 very ripe pineapple today for the pineapple tarts. cut it clean and blend it until puree.

I was lazy to cook it on the stove, so i cook it in microwave. for about 1 hours stirring constantly.
add in sugar up to your taste. I put in a bit only, about 50g brown sugar. until thick.

make the paste like a ball

As for the pastry, I used :

250g plain flour
50g milk powder
250g butter
1 egg + 1 egg yolk
50g sugar

Rub in the butter to the flour, sugar and milk powder while the butter still cold
after that using mixer with pulse, blend in the egg
Put in the fridge for 30 minutes

use the pastry molder to do as below. brush the top with some egg yolk

Bake for 200C for 20 minutes, or when the top turning yellow

Monday, January 18, 2010

Chocolate Cheese Cake

Yummy recipe from Kuali. Taste like a mousse cheese cake, so rich and best serve chilled.

250g dark chocolate
250ml whipping cream
450g cream cheese
150g sugar ( i reduce to 120g)
2 large eggs + 1 egg yolk
1 tbsp corn flour
1 tbsp Tia Maria (I omit)

bring cream to just a boil over low heat.
add in chocolate. make sure melt and set a side for cool
Beat cream cheese and sugar till creamy
add in eggs one at a time and the yolk
then the flour and the tia maria
add in cooled chocolate mixture
beat till well incorporated

Bake the cake in hot bath for 180C for 40 to 50 minutes
off the oven and leave the cake inside for another 40 to 50 minutes.
then remove to cool and refrigerate overnight. served chilled

* if you are using spring-form pan, wrap a double layer of aluminium foil around the base to prevent the batter leaking out.

Thursday, January 14, 2010

chocolate chip cookies

260g flour
170g butter
100g brown sugar
1 egg + 1 egg yolk
200g or more chocolate chip (depends)

beat butter and sugar till fluffy
beat in egg and egg yolk
fold in flour then chocolate chop

180 C for 20 minutes

Tuesday, January 12, 2010

Cream Cheese Brownies Fudge

Thank you Peng's Kitchen for this wonderful recipe. Taste just right and so moist

190g Dark chocolate
50g butter
2 eggs
60g sugar
70g plain flour
40g self raising flour

cream cheese layer:
90g butter
250g cream cheese
60g sugar
3 eggs
3 1/2 tbsp floor, sifted

melt chocolate and butter in a double boiler. set aside to cool
whisk eggs till thick, add sugar gradually, beat till creamy
fold in flour, then chocolate mixture
pour into tin

top with cream cheese:
beat butter and cheese till creamy
add in sugar and beat till fluffy
add eggs on at a time
fold in flour
pour on top of the chocolate filing

180 C for 30 minutes

Sunday, January 10, 2010


Today' menu,

Popiah:Spring Roll

Of course we need a spring roll wrapper. Brought the ready made from the supermarket

1) layer it with some lettuces

2) Spread some sauce

To make the sauce:
a)Minced bean paste (tauchu)
b)Blend small red onion and garlic with some oil
c) Blend one carrot and 2 tomatos (remove the skin and seed)

cook b till fragrant then add in a then c. Keep frying until thicken. add in sugar up to your taste.

3) Add some eggs. optional

4) the vegetable

The most important ingredients for the Popiah
a) minced meat (fry)
b) dried srimp (fry)
c) long bean (boiled in hot water)
d) turnips (shredded)
e) carrot (shredded)
f) bean curd (diced)

After prepare all the above. Mix the above and cook till the vegetable soft, add some salt for taste.

Then arrange as below:

Top the popiah with, Fried onion (small red onion)

Garlic oil

Coriander (optional)

and if you prefer more meat, can add some Pork (char siew)

Thursday, January 7, 2010

Blueberry Cheese Tart

Got the recipe from Kuali. Thanks for the easy making blueberry recipe. Of course I modified a bit....

For the crust:
200g Butter
180g sugar
2 eggs
450g flour

Beat the butter and the sugar till mix. then add in eggs one by one and last the flour. It will look like a dough now. Put to chill in fridge for 30 minutes.

Roll it to the thickness you like and put into mould. I used the disposable aluminum

Remember to used a fork to make some hole at the bottom before bake it. 200 C for10 minutes
wait to cold before pour in filling

To make the filling:
300g Cream Cheese
120g Sugar
45g Flour
2 eggs
120g Butter
45g whipping cream ( i used milk)

Beat Cream Cheese, butter and sugar till fulffy.
beat in eggs one at a time
pour in flour and milk
Then fill in the tart.

Last, spoon some blueberry in the middle and swirl it with a toothpick

easy right.......taste good too....yummy

Tuesday, January 5, 2010

Tomoe, Japanese Restaurant

Located opposite of the Sime Darby Medical Centre, next to Rakuzen. Tomoe located at the corner shop. Since looking for a parking is a real headache there, this restaurant offer Jockey park (FOC) which attract lots of patrons.

I like their variety of sets that they offer, they have sashimi with ... sushi with .... and some without sushi or sashimi, just the main course.

This is the Sashimi set.

Sashimi and chicken teriyaki set.

all the sets come with Chawan mushi,

Green salad

Radish and pickles

Last but not least the ebiten maki.

Price are quite resonable. For all the above, cost me about RM 70