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Kaya Jam Recipe Using Breadmaker

Ingredients:1 cup Coconut milk1 cup Eggs(about 3-4 eggs)1 cup sugarFew pieces of pandan leaves Method:1. Pour all ingredients into breadmaker.(I like this recipe as it calls for 1 cup of each ingredient, so I can use the coconut milk box to measure sugar and eggs, just follow the proportion) 2. Select "Jam" function from breakmaker.3. Start jam making by press on "Start" button.4. Stir in between to ensure jam is well mixed (If needed).5. When done, remove kaya from breadmaker after it is slightly cool. Blend if you prefer soft and smooth texture. When taste, it is more towards "egg" taste, hence Camus added caramel to the kaya, and now it is almost similar to mom's version. Give this recipe a try, the outcome of this kaya will surprise you! Thanks to thelazychef for this wonderful recipe, you can find more tips from here.

 

Steam Chicken with Mushroom Using Cosway Steamer

Recently when we were doing house keeping, we found out that there is a unit of steamer given by Camus's mom. She bought it from Cosway many years ago but did not use it at all. We took it out from our store room and keep it at kicthen. Last two weeks, we used it to cook for our lunch and dinner. We found it quite useful and easy to use without dirty our kicthen, hence not much cleaning job after cook except for washing the steamer part by part after use. We first try with steam chicken with mushroon, the night before cook, we merinate two big chicken drumsticks with oyster sauce, soy sauce and pepper. To make the chicken more delicious, we added dried mushroom, red dates and ginger to the chicken on the day we cooked. Since the steamer contains three layers, we put in lady finger and corn too. With this simple and easy cooking way, we were able to enjoy our meal, and it was so delicious.

 

James Foo Western Food | Tanjong Tokong Penang

James Foo western food is located in Tanjung Tokong Penang. I have heard of it's popularity since years ago, but have not find a chance to try it. Last two weeks, we have decided to go there for dinner. Without disappointment, we are quite satisfied with the food, on the portion and taste. We ordered steak without mentioned on how well we want the beef to be cooked. When the steak was served, we were surprised to see the steak was medium well cooked. We can still see blood came out from the beef, it was yummy.

 

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Sunday, 04 April 2010 11:46
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Tsukiji Central Wholesale Market is a wholesale market in central Tokyo. Fishes, fruits, vegetables, meats, seafoods and flowers can be found here. It is one of the world's largest fish market. Besides, it is also one of Tokyo's major tourist attractions due to the busy atmosphere of scooters, trucks, sellers and buyers rushing around.

 

 

Let's have a look at photos taken at Tsukiji Market:

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Big tuna fish

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Truck as their transportation

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Wasabi

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Big crab

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Inside the wet market

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Extremely big cockles

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Outside the market

Outside of the wholesale market is a restaurants that sell fresh sushi breakfast or lunch. Many of the sushi restaurants allowed you to choose from. After walk around at the market, we went for sushi brunch at one of the restaurant.

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Umai Sushikan (うまい 鮨勘)

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Inside the restaurant

We ordered a set of sushi, together with few special ala carte sushi from the menu that not included in the set.

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Ginger

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Sushi set

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Otoro

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Uni sushi

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Some ala carte sushi

The set came with a bowl of fish soup.

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Misosiru

The sushi was very fresh and delicious, together with the good enviroument there, we had an unforgetful experience of eating sushi meal in Japan. Smile

Click here for the restaurant website.


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#2 MnY - SH Yong 2010-04-10 11:38
Hi Juju, yes, the sushi looks good...and taste good...but, at this moment, I dont have the missing feeling yet...maybe another few months...I will miss them :woohoo:
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#1 Juju 2010-04-10 03:32
OMG.... these sushis look so GOOOD.... R you missing them already ? :-)
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