Monday, September 28, 2009

Nasi Ikan on Day 1 Raya in Shah Alam @2009

Sorry, the photo is a bit blurr, snapped in the midst of a lunch by Atikah. Everybody was already very hungry to wait for photography session to take place.

From top left: clockwise: Nasi Ikan, salad tomato, daging rempah masak serai (contributed by Ainul aka Mak kecik), Dalca daging, papadam.

Preparing for Nasi Ikan.

Ingredients: (Maaf yek, dalam Bahasa Melayu, penat nak translate)

7 cawan beras (Basmathi lagi umph!)
Ikan (apa2 pun boleh - ikan tenggiri paling best!) - digoreng sedikit (jangan sampai garing)
(Bahan A)
4 batang Serai & 1 1/2 inci Lengkuas - dikisar, ditapis untuk mendapatkan jusnya sahaja
(Bahan B)
3 biji tomato
2 labu bawang besar
1 inci halia
- kesemua bahan dikisar bersama
(Bahan C - utk menumis)
Bawang
Rempah 3 beradik - kulit kayu, lawang, cengkih
Sedikit minyak sapi (supaya wangi)
Minyak masak.
(Bahan D - perisa)
4 sudu besar susu cair
1 sudu kecil gula
Garam sesedap rasa

Cara-caranya:-
1. Panaskan minyak dan minyak sapi, tumiskan Bahan C sehingga kekuningan dan wangi.
2. Masukkan Bahan A dan Bahan B.
3. Kemudian masukkan pula Bahan D sesedap rasa tukang masak.
4. Biarkan mendidih seketika.
5. Tuangkan kedalam periuk nasi yang sudah tersedia beras dan air secukupnya.
6. Bila air nasi dah kering, masukkan ikan yang telah digoreng dan digaulkan bersama nasi yang hampir masak (supaya ada la rasa air ikan tu sikit-sikit)
7. Bila dah masak, siap untuk dimakan bersama lauk-pauk yang sewaktu dengannya.


tetamu kehormat menikmati hidangan ... sampai tak angkat muka



Berbuka Day-20


This is our menu for berbuka on 20th Ramadhan (rasanya la ... malas nak tengok kalendar, tapi ingat masa tu dah nak hujung-hujung Ramadhan).

Top, clockwise: Kari tulang, roti jala, asam pedas daging, apple, fried broccoli and shrimp in oyster sauce, sambal kentang.

Wednesday, September 2, 2009

Masak Kicap Pedas


The name of the recipe was given by Hakim. Mak cooked the dish for them. I've tasted it before but my children loves it so much. So, I asked Mak how to prepare it.

Sonang je rupanya ..

Ingredients

Onion - sliced
Beef/ Chicken
Dried Chilli (blended)
Tomato Sauce
Soya Sauce
Cooking oil

How to:
  • fry the onion till fragrant/ tender
  • fry the chilli
  • add in the beef/chicken
  • add tomato and soya sauce
  • pour in some water
  • cook until the beef/ chicken tender
  • add some salt to taste (not too many salt as soya sauce is already salty)