I was rather surprised to see this recipe in my favourite dessert cook book .“The Essential Dessert Cookbook Page” – a cookbook that have been with me for years and is full of Western desserts.
When I read
I have been to Penang in Northern Peninsular Malaysia a few times but I had never tried the Penang Hokkien Prawn Mee there. But I do love the one that is sold in Singapore hawker centre..
It was a
I was surprised with the texture of this bread..It was a very soft bread… On that morning I prepared the bread, for lunch, I used it to prepare some sandwiches for the kids..
On the next morning, I used
In Singapore, it is called Soon Kuih (笋粿） or literally translated as bamboo shoot rice cake. Based on the name, it is expected that the filling of the rice cake is predominately comprises bamboo shoots.. However, that is not
UPDATED POST ON 16-10-2014 – NEW PICTURE TAKING
PART III COOKING THE SARAWAK LAKSA
Part I and Part II are rather “theoretical” and this post will show you the practical steps to prepare the Sarawak laksa.
This will be a short post and with no fixed recipe.. I am sharing more of a concept than a recipe because it is a way of getting rid of stale cake and it very much depends on what