Tuesday, January 19, 2016

Apple oatmeal muffin

Was inspired by the recipe that I came across while reading Chicken Soup for the Soul book.

Changes made to recipe:
3 tiny apples, diced and mixed with a but of flour. Tossed into final mixture at the end.

Apple sauce reduced to 1 cup. Forgot I used apples, so tossed in half cup rolled oats to soak the apple juice.

Ran out of wholewheat atta flour, mixed 1 cup of plain flour to make the required two cups.

Used shorter rack and 200 deg celsius  for microwave convection oven. Baked 20-25 min.

Monday, November 10, 2014

Homemade Galbi

Made homemade galbi. I replaced the pear in the recipe, which is required to soften the meat, with kiwi instead. Worked the same, and I cut the sugar in the recipe. Too bad it was much too little... *sobs*. Bobo and I fought over the meat. Next time I will buy two bags of ribs. 

Saturday, September 27, 2014

饺子 steamed dumplings

I had the craving for some steamed dumplings. Of course my mother helped by giving me a lot of chives, a typical filling.

I had bought some dumplings from the supermarket, but it wasn't as fun (ok it was fun for the first few dumplings). I made my own dough with plain flour, salt, cold water, and let it rest in the fridge. I fried some julienned chives + mushrooms + sukiyaki belly for 1 version of filling, and julienned chives + minced meat for another.

Thursday, July 10, 2014

BiBimBap (비빔밥) v2

I made this bimbimbap with brown rice, carrots, mushrooms, sunflower sprouts (my latest fav) and a fried sunny side up egg on top. Yumz. Mixed with gochujang, it is a healthy meal which I accompanied with avocado salad.

Saturday, August 24, 2013

Gebraten hähnchen mit Kartoffeln

Welche aßen wir am Kleinmarkthalle. Es legt in Frankfurt, Deutschland. Die Hähnchen war das Tagesgericht. Ich fand es ein bißchen trocken sein aber schmeckt gut.

Thursday, August 1, 2013

Easy Apple Cake

175g self raising flour
175g soft butter
175g caster sugar
3 large eggs beaten
1. 5 medium sized cooking apples peeled and cubed
1 level teaspoon cinnamon
grated rind of 1 lemon
60g raisins
Icing sugar to dust
18cm square baking tin

Set oven to 180 degree celsius.
Put sugar, butter,  and flour in a bowl.  Add eggs and beat well. Stir in apples cinnamon, lemon rind and sultanas.
Bake in oven for forty to fifty minutes until cake has risen and feels firm to touch in the centre and a skewer comes out clean after insertion into the cake.
Leave to cool in tin for ten minutes then transfer to wire rack to cool.  Dust with icing sugar before serving.