Tuesday, 20 September 2005
Friday, 9 September 2005
This famous barbecue chicken is a well-known traditional dish from Northern India prepared in an underground jar-shaped clay oven that believed to have originated in Persia. The oven can be heated to very high temperatures and therefore sears the chicken and seals in the juice.
In modern days, delicious result can be obtained in a conventional oven or grill pan too. And the trick to get tender chicken is to use yogurt as one of the marinade to keep the chicken from drying out. Although the recipe is easy to follow but it was quite difficult to find "Tandoori spices" in Singapore.
Saturday, 3 September 2005
Pizza is one of the most easy to prepare dish where you can add in any ingredients of your choice then top it with generous amount of cheese. Now you can try out this perfect base for your Homemade Pizza with these easy recipe shown below. And if you don't have any oven at home, don't worry you still can whip out a decent pizza by using oven toaster or Happy Call Pan.
Friday, 2 September 2005
Managed to make these assorted mini Snowskin Mooncakes today with my mum. Snowskin version is rather easy when compared to those traditional bake mooncake where you need to prepare the dough, wrapped it with filling in the mooncake mould and bake in the oven.
Likewise for snowskin version you can do a short-cut by using premixed snowskin flour mixture with shortening and liquid such as juice, red wine, and etc.