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Ampang Homeland Yong Tau Foo 釀豆腐 | Ampang, Kuala Lumpur

Yong Tau Foo (stuffed bean curd) is a Hakka dish famous in Ampang, Kuala Lumpur. Tau Foo is stuffed with fish (or meat or pork) paste, hence the name "Yong Tau Foo". Since then, variety of vegetables or fried fritters is stuffed with the fish paste, but all are categories as "Yong Tau Foo". Two weeks ago, we travelled to KL for food hunting and shopping. Among the food we hunted in KL, Yong Tau Foo suits our taste the most! This was the first meal we hunted for when we first arrived in KL.  

 

Easy Egg Tart Recipe

I make it! I make it! After years of phobia, I finally overcome it with this recipe. An egg tart recipe that I found from other blogger. I got the recipe and bought a can of evaporated creamer for quite some times. Last weekend, I decided to bake this recipe. When I saw the egg tarts were nicely came out from my smart oven, I was so happy and feel worth it to bake them in front of hot oven on this super hot weather day. This few weeks, the weather in Penang was so hot. It makes my body hot, temper hot! Thank God that the egg tarts turn out nicely, or else somebody might need to sacrifice and listen to my complain again.

 

Homemade Durian Ice Cream Recipe

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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.
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Sukiyaki_2When I was working in Japan, I attended Japanese class in order to improve my Japanese language. I have a Japanese teacher who taught me the Japanese language for about a year when I stayed there. Before the training end, I was invited to her house for dinner. I feel glad to have the opportunity to visit her house.

 

 

 

On that day, she picked me up from train station, and we walked to her house. It was a spring season in Japan and the weather was good. We enjoyed the time we spent together. Smile Before arrive at her house, she brought me to hyper market to get ready the ingredients for the dinner. It is very convenient to get fresh ingredients anytime at hyper market in Japan. After get ready the ingredients, we went to her house.

Now, I will go directly into the dinner and that was what we had on that night, Sukiyaki! It is a Japanese dish in a hot pot style. It normally consists of thinly sliced beef, tofu, scallion (negi), Chinese cabbage, mushroom (shiitake), jelly noodle (konnyaku) and etc.

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Expensive beef Money mouth (3000 yen for 400g, about RM100++)

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Sliced beaf (黑毛和牛)

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Chinese cabbage, mushroom and scallion

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Tofu and jelly noodle

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Egg

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Sukiyaki sauce

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The ingredients are cooked in a hot pan with sukiyaki sauce. Beef oil was use to substitude oil in the hot pan.

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Beef oil

With all the ingredients in the hot pan.

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Cooking in progress...... Tongue out

Before eating, the ingredients are dipped in a small bowl of raw beaten eggs.

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Muaci was cooked before finish the dinner

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That was the first time I ate Sukiyaki in Japan. The dinner was great and very delicious. For sure I will remember the moment when I was in Japan with my sensei ("teacher" in Japanese). I would like to take this opportunity to thank her for the teaching throughout the year as well as invited me to her house for the dinner. I really appreciate! Smile


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