Tuesday, December 25, 2012

Irresistible Unbaked Oreo Cheesecake 2

Another Irresistible Indulgent Unbaked Oreo Cheesecake Temptation!

You might like to take a look of my earlier published   Unbaked Oreo Cheesecake 
and  Oreo Cheese Cupcakes

No Bake Oreo Cheesecake  -  
Thank Angel Tsp for this loving recipe

Ingredients for an 6" OREO Cheesecake  ( mine is 7½'' lose base cake pan)

Biscuit Base: ( I double the amount on the ingredients, children prefer thicker oreo biscuits base)

60 gr crushed OREO cookies (with no cream, however, the cream to be used for the filling)
25 gr butter, melted

Sunday, December 23, 2012

New England Clam Chowder

When I told my children that I am going to cook 'chowder' as their lunch.  Their expression are like '  Huh?  What is that?  Haha.... That is exactly like I 1st came across this hearty meal at a cooking demo at 1 Utama recently.  After the demo, I told myself , must prepare this chowder for my family.  
More details explanation on chowder at wikipedia.

What makes a chowder a chowder, and not just a soup? Chowders originally contained some seafood, but today the definition seems broader. A chowder can be any thick, rich soup with chunks of ingredients in it. Potatoes, onions, milk or cream, flour (as a roux to thicken) and clams are common ingredients, but not mandatory. Corn chowders are almost as popular as clam chowders.
Anyone can make a chowder, and unlike meat stews or chiles, chowders don't simmer for great lengths of time on the stove (although it does take time to make a fresh stock, or you can use bottled clam juice ). These thick, hearty soups are filling enough to serve in small mugs, accompanied by oyster crackers or crusty bread, a simple green salad.
So, by now, I hope you're cheering  for chowders. Below is a  super chowder-bowl recipes while you enjoy  your favorite TV shows.

Friday, December 14, 2012

Guangxi Steamed Chicken 广西白切鸡 - Malaysia Food Fest - Pahang

Guangxi Steamed Chicken

Recalling that I 1st tasted this Guangxi Steamed Chicken, not in Pahang, nor  in Guangxi, China, but in a food court in Sdyney during my recent trip in Australia.   ^_^   The texture of the chicken is soft and tender compliments with the condiments and the aroma of sesame oil, it was superb.  At that moment was telling myself my try out the recipe when I am back in Malaysia.  And  I'd summed up the condiments is the combination of  spring onion, ginger,  garlic/shallots and sesame oil. until I came across the dish prepared by  Wendy of Table for 2,  prepared the dish, then only realizied it is kuchai  (chinese chives) and not spring onion or is it spring onion!!??   Haha...    I am a bit blur to differentiate!  ^_^ 

 This  steamed chicken is to pair with the curry mee to become a set meal.   The set cost A$9.90

 The bowl of curry laksa with the tender chicken is  A$8.90.  With A$1/- extra one get the set meal of the above.

Anyway that is all for the meal in Australia.