Sunday, October 10, 2010

Ala la Roti John

As mentioned in the previous post, Atikah only manage to have one pancake, therefore ibu had to be creative again to satisfy her hunger. Peeping into the bread container were few buns bought initially to make burgers for the kids, now, let's turn it into something else. Wanted to make Roti John, but too lazy to take the minced meat out from the freezer and defrost it, therefor I made the simpler version of it .... the A la la Roti John.

How to:

  1. In a lightly beaten egg (2 eggs), add some chopped onion.
  2. Slice the bun into two. Spread some butter onto each of its surface.
  3. Dipped the buttered surface into the egg and put on a heated pan. Pressed the bun slightly so that the onion stay onto the bun.
  4. When slight brown, lift it from the pan. Garnish with some finely chopped cabbage.
Can be eaten with chilli sauce/ tomato sauce/ mayonaise/ thousand island.

Hmm.... not bad! Bravo Ibu! Two dishes in one morning for breakfast.

Eggless Oat pancake

Wondering what to prepare for the kids this lazy Sunday morning. Ayah is not at home. so it's just the kids and me. Hmmm...... let's make something that everybody can eat.

The ingredients:

Self raising flour
Fresh milk
2 tablespoon of instant oats
Pinch of salt
2 tablespoon of sugar

How to:
  1. Mix all ingredients to form a batter. Adjust the fresh milk to the thickness that you preferred.
  2. Heat the pan (preferably non-stick for easy maintenance).
  3. Pour a full spoonful of the batter onto the heated pan.
  4. Once the topside shows some bubble shaped surface, turn the pancake.
  5. Wait till golden in colour and lift from the pan.
  6. Serve with honey or syrup.
Sabrina likes it, Hakim loves it, Atikah only had 1 piece to give away for her little siblings.

Friday, October 8, 2010

Bergedil Ayam Rangup (Ala la Chicken Fritters)

Sometimes kids are bored with chicken in it's ordinary form. So let's make it extra-ordinary.

I made Bergedil Ayam or can I call it chicken fritters?

The ingredients:

Chicken breast (minced)
Potato (sliced thinly and fried)
A tablespoon of corn flour
Salt & pepper (to taste)
parsley (if you like)
Tempura flour (mixed in water)
Cooking oil

How to:

  1. Put all the ingredients except the tempura flour and parsley into a blender. Blend till mix. (Do not overblend as it will turn the chicken quater-cooked).
  2. Once mixed, take it out into a bowl and add the parsley.
  3. Form the ingredients into small balls and a bit to flatten it.
  4. In another bowl, mixed the tempura flor and water to form a batter.
  5. Heat the cookig oil.
  6. Dip the flatten ingredients into the batter and fry till brownish in colour.
Whalla! Simple isn't it. I use the tempura flour to replace the egg which people normally use as my dear Sabrina is allergy to egg. As a result, i got this crunchy chicken fritter(at least the outer of the fritter). And kids love it.

Suitable for those who are allergic to eggs.