Friday, June 28, 2013

Some food to welcome the weekend

I think the terrible haze has gone by now in almost every states?
So, cheers to the weekend peeps! 
Got nothing particular to blog today but I'd like to share some easy stuff I've made over the weeks.

1. Homemade fruits popsicle. This is so easy, just place your favorite fruits into the ice cream mould, make sure they are fit snugly inside, pour in your favorite juice (I used Ribena) and place in the fridge for about 1-2 hours and viola! 


The best thing of homemade food is that we can put whatever we want, and how much we want! Such a perfect snacks for the hot scorching day! 


2. Also made fruit juice soda with Ribena, it should appear to be a 3-layered color (Ribena at the bottom, orange in the center and soda on top) but may be I poured the soda too fast so it mixed with the orange juice already. Use a chopstick when pouring the juices so that it can form layers.


3. Homemade pizza. This is a simple version as I just utilize whatever I could found in the fridge. Couldn't find the proper pizza dough at the supermarket near my house hence I replaced it with roti canai ;)


Super easy I don't think I need to elaborate on the steps ^^ (Run outta cheese though *blek*)

Tada!! Actually the roti canai as a base taste very good too! Yumz!

Since we're talking about food, I wanna share some good stuff I've tasted lately, courtesy of my yoga instructor, Susan.
She made salad croissant the other day and gave me 2, the prawns are so fresh and chewy, salad is so yummy and the croissant, crunchy! Perfect!

She's good in cakes too! Just recently I had tried pandan layered cake and tiramisu, also very yummy!

Corn layered cake, thumbs up!

She is not only a good yoga instructor but also a nice friend, and a good cook! I am blessed to be the lucky ones who gets free food regularly! ^_*

Til then, enjoy your weekend and I shall see you next week!

63 comments:

  1. the air is so much fresher compared to the past weekend.. i can see the sky and also feel the sun these two days, and don't even bother to wear my mask!! horray!! but i heard the haze is going to come back over the weeekend :(

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    1. Yea same here!

      But I think no more haze right now, right?

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  2. interesting fresh fruits popsicle, haha, that is super easy to make!! but i wonder if the fruits can still hold once you bite them?? i'm afraid it will be a mess, when you bite and all the fruits drop all over your body, haha!!

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    1. Err can! As long as you pour enough juice to hold them together, and freeze for at least 1 hour.

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  3. oh, thanks for the tips to pour the juices along the chopstick to make the layers.. i've never done that before though.. must try to see if i can succeed one day~~ :D

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  4. 流口水料!!!
    好吃的样子!哈哈

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  5. pizza pizza!! hahaha, i think this is easy because i've also done that before when i was in uni.. i used bread and spaghetti sauce and cheese and sausage and it was actually not bad at all.. your picture of the pizza looks very professional actually.. :)

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    1. Yes super duper easy!! Can put whatever ingredients we want.

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  6. aiyoh, your yoga instructor is such a good cook huh??!! the sandwich and the cakes all look so yummy leh, sorry to say but hers are more attractive than yours to me, muahahahaha!! how nice if i can have that sandwich and the corn layer cake, heavenly!!!

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    1. Yes she is very good in baking!

      Haiyo 你好唔俻面咧!xD
      But true la, her food are really more interesting than mine ;)

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  7. Pizza 也是我很常弄的
    通常我都用面包做底,哈哈!!

    salad croissant 看上去真好吃!!

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  8. OMG!!! Yummy food again! Why all Taiping ladies are good chefs and bakers??

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    1. Haha I believe good chefs/bakers are everywhere la!

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  9. I love this Homemade Fruity Popsicle! So clever and nice to suck them!!! Got Ribena some more. I want! I want!

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    1. I think you can try to put nangka, chempedak, mangoesteen and durians as well.

      I think our Mr Bananaz will insert his favourite Bananas as well. Muahahaha

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    2. You want you make la! So easy only!

      Haha those fruits you mentioned, why not? But sorry durian is out of my list! :p

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  10. 那个冰棒很漂亮,好解暑!!

    我很喜欢那个homemade pizza,我要学起来!

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    1. 嗯,肯定没问题啦!很简单~

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  11. Oooh... I suck at making desserts! Every time I tried doing something they would end up as failure!

    I'm gonna try doing some again!

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    1. But you're good in cooking I think you just need to give it a try la~

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  12. 发现你喜欢用Ribena ,你是不是也是它的爱好者?哈哈give me 5 XD

    披萨用roti canai 竟然好吃,以后可以试试看啦,呵呵

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    1. 哈哈,Ribena 还好啦。。因为家里有嘛所以不用再去买别的咯~

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  13. Love the popsicle. I see some mommies make jelly popsicle too.

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  14. 那个DIY冰棒真的超适合眼下的恶劣天气,搞到我也想弄一些优格水果冰棒。我家最近不是雪梨炖蜜枣水,就是苹果炖蜜枣水,我妈说喝凉水要兼顾滋润的功效,真的世上只有妈妈好呀!!

    用roti canai皮做pizza,你好有急智和创意,好一个local style的pizza呢!!

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    1. 对阿,天气实在很糟,所以冷冷的冰棒最适合吃了~
      Eh 那些糖水其实也很好耶!

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  15. Niceeee! Your ribena orange juice looks like tequila sunrise. ur homemade pizza.... how long does it take to cook?

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    1. The pizza, bake for about 10-15 minutes under 220'C.

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  16. AHA roti canai as base for pizza is a brilliant idea

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  17. I agree, good about homemade is we can put whatever we like, and also how much we want, hehe...

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  18. The salad croissant is so tempting, hehe...

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  19. Wow, she very 厉害, can make so many nice nice foods, cakes...

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  20. I think I met her before in my friend shop. She used to go there. But I didn't know she's a yoga instructor until you posted some photos, you with her in FB.

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    1. I like the croissant very much. Lots of "liew" inside. She treats all of you from yoga class? She is very kind and generous.

      Maybe she's the one buy all the crossaint from The Jia? Hahaha, one day I went to buy again, the taukeh soh said no stock. She mentioned got one customer bought 30 biji...

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    2. Yep she used to go Teh Jia. But not sure if the croissant is bought from there, hehe.

      Nope, she treat just me and another friend, hehe.

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  21. Wow! Homemade and homecooked food is always the best! Ooh, I am drooling over your pizza and salad croissant. heheh!

    Happy weekend, dear. It is going to be an exciting weekend for me.

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    1. Thanks!

      Happy weekend to you too!

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  22. 最近很好玩hor!但是这样很爽叻,在家准备自己的下午茶就好呀呵呵!
    简单pizza我喜欢!!简单又好吃!
    Happy weekend!

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    1. 对,趁还有心机赶快来弄弄美食~

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  23. Pizza with roti canai? good idea. Not bad brushing up baking and cooking skills ya.. Keep it up

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  24. 我想吃那可送!其他食物也很好吃的樣子!

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  25. Popsicles! I've been making ice pops ever since the hot weather landed on our shores. =)

    Your yoga instructor can really bake. The tiramisu looks tasty!

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    1. It's so nice to eat during the hot weather right!

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  26. All the above I like! Haha...yes your friend is very good and generous too!

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    1. Yes you are right, good to be her friend, hehe.

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  27. Your post is making me hungry lah haha. Your yoga instructor is a good cook. So talented.

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  28. Wahhhh!!!! Dunno what to choose. I think I'd pick the salad croissant! Looks yummy.

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  29. I have some roti canai in my freezer! THANX for this post. Will make something with it tomorrow morning for brekkie!

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