I want to make some Cold cake, and I need Red Bean Paste. So, I decided today to make the red bean paste.
What you need? – Red Bean 250 gr (soak in the water for 1 night) – Sugar 330 gr – cooking oil 50 ml – glutinous rice flour 2 tablespoon + water 3 tablespoon – salt 1/4 teaspoon
How to make? – Clean the red bean and soak in the water for 1 night – Boil the red bean with 1 litre water, after boiled, lower the fire to low heat, close the lids and boil around 2 hours. – Blend the red bean or if you didn’t have any blended, then you can use sleve, press the red bean in the sleve until soft – Put the red bean in the non-stick frying pan, mix with sugar, oil, salt and glutinous rice flour which already dissolved in the water. – Cook until smooth. – The Red Bean Paste is ready to use. – if you make too many, put the rest inside the plastic wrap and put it in the freezer.
First, I make the chocolate pudding using plain pudding powder mix with 28gr of chocolate powder and 120gr sugar (using 850ml water). Then put it inside the pudding mold (you can use square mold). Reserve a little chocolate pudding for oreo topping.
Wait for it to be hard 75%. Random spread 1 table spoon of the reserve chocolate pudding, so if we put the Oreo, it can stick into the bottom.
Why we use this reserve pudding? Because, if you put the Oreo in The main pudding that still hard 50%, it could destroy the pudding because the Oreo is heavier than the pudding surface. And if you put it on the pudding that have 75% hard, it won’t be sticky. So we use reserve pudding, to make it sticky but won’t destroy the main pudding.
After put all Oreo in the pudding surface, random spread the remain reserve pudding above the Oreo.
Second, we make milk pudding. I use 750ml full cream milk, and 110gr sugar, mix it with plain pudding powder.
After the reserve pudding above the oreo is hard enough, pour the milk pudding into it, and keep it on refrigerator so it could be hard.
Tteok-bokki (떡볶이; also spelled ddukbokki) or stir-fried rice cakes is a popular Korean food made from small-sized garae-tteok (long, white, cylinder-shaped rice cakes) called tteokmyeon(떡면; “rice cake noodles”) or commonly tteok-bokki-tteok (떡볶이 떡; “tteok-bokki rice cakes”). Eomuk (fish cakes), boiled eggs, and scallions are some common ingredients paired with tteok-bokki in dishes. It can be seasoned with either spicy gochujang(chili paste) or non-spicy ganjang(soy sauce)-based sauce; the former being the most typical form, while the latter is less common and sometimes called gungjung-tteok-bokki (royal court tteok-bokki).
Today, variations also include curry-tteok-bokki, cream sauce-tteok-bokki, jajang-tteok-bokki, seafood-tteok-bokki, galbi-tteok-bokki and so on. Tteok-bokki is commonly purchased and eaten at bunsikjip(snack bars) as well as pojangmacha(street stalls). There are also dedicated restaurants for tteok-bokki, where it is referred to as jeugseog tteok-bokki (impromptu tteok-bokki). It is also a popular home dish, as the rice cakes (garae-tteok) can be purchased in pre-packaged, semi-dehydrated form.
I bought gochujang but already expired. And I found this recipe without gochujang in internet (I forgot the website url). But I have modificated this recipe, because I didn’t like spicy.
Tteokbokki (I bought it from supermarket, the package is using vacuum and freeze one)
4 pcs minced garlic
2 pcs shallot / onion
6 pcs Bird’s Eye Chilli (puree)
2 tablespoon butter
6 tablespoon Tomato Sauce
2 tablespoon Mayonnaise
1 tablespoon Oyster Sauce
1 tablespoon Salty Soy Sauce
2 tablespoon Sugar
You can add another ingredients such as boiled egg, sausage, cheese, eomuk, etc.
How to Cook?
Fry the garlic, onion, and bird’s eye chili in the butter, until smelling. Then pour the tomato sauce, mayonnaise, soy sauce, oyster sauce into it, give a little water (if you like the sauce to be thick, don’t give too much water). Pour the sugar, mixed it well. Taste it, if you think it’s not spicy enough, you can add the chili powder. If you like sweet, you can add the sugar.
Then when you think the taste is good and water height or volume is enough for your taste, put the tteokboki inside, and boiled it. Don’t boiled it too long because the tteokbokki will too soft and it’s sticky.
Serve in a plate and put some boiled egg and the cheese (look for melted one, so when the cheese put inside the sauce, it will melted and taste wonderful).
Have you ever taste Boba Brown Sugar? It’s a famous drink nowadays, and many people sell it. My sister in law, try to make the boba (bubble).
Tapioca Flour 300gr
Brown Sugar 200gr
Cold Water 250ml
How to make?
Cook Brown Sugar and water enough to make liquid sugar. Put the tapioca flour and mix it well until it’s become dough, knead it well. Form it into small ball with diameter approximately 1cm. Pour some Tapioca Flour so that the dough won’t stick each other.
Boiled water, and put the dough into the boiling water until it’s chewy and shiny. Filter the water, and put the boba into cold water. Mix it a while, and filter the water again.
And here it is, the Boba / bubble.
Now, it’s time to make the milk tea. Mix the tea and milk, together until it becomes milk tea.
Now, prepare a cup of glass, put some brown sugar, and boba. Then pour the milk tea into it.
Because Pandemic Corona, we must spend most of our time at home. And for someone that rarely cook, will try looking for some recipe to cook.
When I went to Supermarker, I always see this Beef Slice. And this time, I decided to buy it.
The beef meat name is Short Plate Beef.
Under the rib cut, the short plate has the lower short ribs, also called agujas cortas. Short Plate Beef is a forequarter cut from the belly of the cow, just below the rib cut. It is typically a cheap, tough, and fatty meat. In U.K. butchery, this cut is considered part of the brisket.
This is my 2nd trial making this cute and yummy Fluffy Puff Pancake. And still the shape is not too good but it’s getting delicious and better.
What you need?
1 pcs egg (separate the white and yellow)
A little Vanilli Paste
How to make?
Whisk yellow egg, flour, vanilli paste, milk and salt together until it mix well.
Mixer the white egg for about 3 minutes with high speed, and every 30 minutes put the 1/3 sugar inside while the mixer on.
Mix the Batter together, mix well.
Prepare the frying pan, put a little butter, spread well. Use small fire. Then use bowl spoon / ice cream scoop spoon, take the batter and put it on the frying pan. Do it for about 2-3 times (depend on your batter).
My batter still not stiff enough (still a little moist) so when I put the batter, it spread on the frying pan. So I give about 4 spoon batter for one pancake. Don’t put it together, but see if the first one already 1/3 cooked.
Do it for the rest batter.
For topping, you can add anything. This time I’m using Silverqueen, chocolate bar (melt it on the stove and give a little water).
Tadaa.. This is my breakfast today.
If you succeed to make it thick (about 2-3cm height) then you succeed make Fluffy Puff Pancake.
Today is wednesday. Usually, at Wednesday I will eat Indomie for breakfast (but not every week, by mood only). And today, I’m crafting some Noodle Pizza.
This noodle pizza is made from Fried Indomie + eggs.
Indomie, an Indonesian brand of instant noodle. And when I’m in university, my friend taught me how to make this food.
It’s very easy.
What you need?
Indomie Noodle Instant, fried one
2pcs of egg
How to make?
First, you cook the instant noodle until it’s soft enough. Then while cooking the noodle, crack the 2 eggs insids a bowl and mix it with Indomie Noodle Instant spice (powder, sweet soy sauce and the oil).
After the noodle is soft enough, drain well and put the noodle inside mixed egg. Mixed it together. Mix well.
Prepare the frying pan with oil. My suggestion, put a little too much oil. After the oil is hot enough, then put the noodle + egg into frying pan, and spread it so it looks like pizza (big round). And cook it just like you cook fried egg.
Fry it well according to your taste. I like it more crispy and a little dark in the outside. After done, put it on the plate and enjoy.