Who am I? I am Ah Shui la..
Baking is one of my hobbies. Why? Because being too free at home and nothing to do loh.
Since secondary school I started to love baking. I am a "little baking queen" in my family. "Sai Lei" ler...hehe!
Recipe books are my master. I learned from book and it helped me to build up my basic baking skills.
I did take some baking courses after I graduated from college. From there, I gained some professional baking skills.
Now, my cakes are always like my name.. SHUI (beautiful) !! .. hehehehehe ... :)
Ah Shui is back!!! Yes, I am back to Ah Shui Little Kitchen. If you are wonder where is Ah Shui, well, I will tell you where am I.. Erm, anyone miss me? Hehe, I know I am kao bin pui (thick face skin) :-p
First of all, I would like to apologize for not updating my blog for such a long time. In fact, I am still living in blogging world, but not in Ah Shui Little Kitchen. Err, I still love Ah Shui Little Kitchen, but due to certain reason, I blog in another domain. Please visit http://www.mnyfoodtalk.com for more post.
I will remain Ah Shui Little Kitchen until blogspot decided to kick me out, hehe. You are always welcome to Ah Shui Little Kitchen to look around. Do feel free to leave any comment and I will get back to you as soon as I can.
I won’t say bye bye now as I wish to see you in MnYfoodtalk! See you!
Recently, the hot weather is really annoying me and make me feel uncomfortable, easy to get angry and sleepy. I can't really sit down enjoy surfing internet, editing photos, blogging, baking and etc. Then what to do leh? Hmm, I think I should try out something that can cool me down.
I make mango yogurt drink, below listed the ingredients needed. 1. 1 cup Mango yogurt drink / plain yogurt drink 2. 1/2 Mango (cut into small piece) 3. 2tbsp Vanilla ice-cream 4. Some Ice cube Blend all the ingredients in a blender.Served immediately.A cup of mango yogurt drink can actually cool me down. You can change the recipe according to your taste, if you like kiwi, just blend with kiwi...please give it a try, I am sure you will like it!
I received a parcel today, it was a gift from my good friend, Aii Ling. I think she bought me this birthday present last year and kept it until this week. Finally she had "decided" and "remembered" to send me the birthday gift. Hahahahaha...
I was so happy when I received the parcel and open it immediately. Unexpected, it is a mini chef that I like. Thanks Ah Ling ka Ling ka Ling (this is how I called her). I like it very much and for sure I will keep it into a big box where I keep all my miniature collection. Hehe...
This is the mini chef I received from her, it is cute!
Mini chef with cake, perfect match! I love it. Thanks yar, Ah Ling.
My bf's colleague gave him a pack of Asam Laksa Paste during their lunch gathering. By looking at the instructions written at the pack, it seems like very easy to cook. Now, I have tried and it is proven that really easy.
LAKSOUP asam laksa paste
Instruction given ( click to enlarge)
Kambong fish (steam until cooked)
Remove fish bone
Onion, cucumber, chili, ginger bud
Laksa paste in pack
How to cook:
Pour the asam laksa paste into a pan
Add in water
Add in fish and bring it to boil
Get ready all the laksa hoon and vegetable in a bowl
Add laksa soup
Easy? It was sour but after added in prawn paste, the taste more like asam laksa. Haha, hard to explain, but overall it was not bad. I would recommend to those asam laksa fans who always travel to other country or places out of Penang, in case suddenly think of Penang asam laksa, that is the way to get it. Do you agree?
I bought few packs of milk dessert with three different flavours which are strawberry, kiwi and peach from Japan. They are easy to make and that's why I bought back for my nieces to "DIY" the milk dessert. Follow the instructions, pour out the mixture and mix with 150ml milk.
After added milk,Stir.. stir...stir..
Pour into container and keep in fridge until cold before serving.
The desserts taste like yogurt, texture like pudding and it is quite delicious. I saw this in Jaya Jusco Queensbay few days ago, selling price at about RM5.xx per pack. If you like it, you can get one and try it out too. Hehe...
2. Mix 30g of flour with 100g of egg mixture. Mix well for a smooth texture.
3. Brush a copper mould with oil, heat in a preheated oven at 170C until hot. Pour the mixture into the mould and bake for about 15-20minutes.4. Unmold and store in an airtight container when cooled.Hint: Beat the egg mixture until thick right before adding in flour for a fluffier texture.
During my stay in Japan, I have been visited to many places. And now, let me first start sharing with all of you about the famous Krispy Kreme doughnut in Japan. The time we reached Krispy Kreme shop, not surprisingly, the queue is just like what I expected, very long. Well, no matter how, we just want to try the doughnut. So, let’s queue up! After waiting for about 10 minutes, a freshly fried doughnut was given to everyone of us. Yeh! I got a free doughnut. Hehee…
Free plain icing doughnut
After my first bite, yummy!
While we were waiting there, I took the photos of how the doughnuts were made. To me, that was the most attractive part. Hehe…
First stage, Mixing & Extruding,
Finally, Cooling & Boxing,
Doughnuts with different filling and topping after went through all the processes.
We bought 4 different types of doughnut, they are so delicious. I will try it again when there is a chance.