Made apam balik (Malaysian/Singaporean-style peanut pancake) for a delicious afternoon snack. Used The MeatMen recipe and Sunrise Flour Mill Heritage White Flour. Yum! Personal note: I typically spread a thin layer of softened butter on the pancakes before adding the peanut mixture.
So, I conducted an experiment yesterday – I tested two different gluten-free flours and compared the results with cookies made from regular wheat flour and now, we are inundated with peanut cookies galore, lol. The first gluten-free flour I used was the Authentic Foods Multi-Blend Flour. I have had so much success with utilizing Authentic […]
Chinese New Year is fast approaching, and I’ve just finally started making CNY treats. The first on the list is the super-delicious, melt-in-the-mouth peanut cookies. These tiny morsels of decadent peanuty goodness are so dangerously additive, I hope they last till CNY. 10 more days to go! :D Recipe from Bread et Butter with slight changes 2 cups dry roasted unsalted peanuts 1 cup […]
Boiled peanuts? I have vague memories of eating them when I was a kid (I think the peanuts might have even come right from my grandmother’s own garden), but I have never ever forgotten their taste. Isn’t it funny how our brains work? Now, I’m glad I can find bags of raw peanuts in my local Asian store whenever I feel […]
Here’s CNY treat #3 – Fried Anchovies with Roasted Peanuts. The anchovies (they come already salted) are fried until crispy, seasoned with white pepper to taste and mixed with lightly salted roasted peanuts for a delicious and addictive snack (don’t knock it till you try it). :-D Click here to find out how to “fry” […]
Satay, a dish of grilled slices of meat or chicken on bamboo skewers, is a popular hawker-style snack (or a meal by itself) back home. Satay is traditionally served with a spicy peanut sauce, with accompaniments such as slices of cucumber, shallots, and cubed ketupat. This recipe is adapted from a satay recipe found in […]