Tuesday, November 27, 2012


Assalamualaikum! Konichiwa! Hello!

Have you ever heard about a food called 'Mochi'?

"Mochi (餅) is a Japanese rice cake made of glutinous rice (not to be confused with gluten) pounded into paste and molded into the desired shape..." - (Wikipedia)

Usually we can see that Mochi is widely used to make desserts. How about we try to eat Mochi in a different way? Kekekekekeke ^^

You can get the Mochi Block from any supermarket, especially the one that is located in an international location such as Mont Kiara, KLCC, One Utama and etc.

Have you tried to eat the 'Mochi Pizza' ?

It's easy and fun to make!


4 blocks of Mochi
2 slices of Chicken Sandwich Cold Cut (slice it)
2 tablespoon of pitted Black Olive (slice it thinly)
4 tablespoon of Ketchup
1/2 teaspoon of dried Oregano leaves
A few slices of Capsicum (optional)
A few slices of Onions (optional)
3 tablespoon of grated Mozzarella Cheese
1 tablespoon of vegetable oil


1)Firstly, cut the Mochi block for about 1cm each (no need to be too accurate).

2)Heat up the non-stick frying pan with the vegetable oil. Make sure the heat is medium heat.
3)Place the sliced Mochi on the frying pan accordingly (as picture below). Always keep an eye on the Mochi so that it will not get burn.

4)Sprinkle some water and cook it until the Mochi slices have merge together and turn golden in colour. Water will help the Mochi to melt.

5)At the side of the frying pan, cook the sliced onions and capsicum until it is tender.
6)While waiting for the Mochi to cook, mix the ketchup with the oregano leaves. Once the pizza Mochi base is ready, spread the mixed ketchup on the Mochi (as picture below).

7)After that, place the cooked capsicum and onions on the Mochi pizza base, follow by the sliced Chicken Sandwich Cold Cut, sliced pitted Black Olive. Lastly, put the grated Mozzarella Cheese on top of everything. Cover it with a lid and let it cook on the frying pan for awhile.

8)Bake the Mochi in the pre-heat oven of 180C for about 5-10 minutes or until the cheese has fully melted. You can also use the microwave by setting the timer for about 2 minutes or as long as the cheese has fully melted.

Trust me, this Mochi Pizza is easy, fun and hassle-free to prepare!

It looks so YUMMY right? Kyaaaaa!!~~~ Hehehehe


Sunday, November 25, 2012

Durian Crepe ... Simply D-E-L-I-C-I-O-U-S

Durian Crepe? What is that? How does it taste like?

Recently, the Durian Crepe has been the talk of the town for its sweet indulgence!

Since I have never tried one before, I decided to try its recipe! (hehehe after Googled about it from various websites kekeke)

Let's check it out!


(A) The Batter

250gm of Plain Flour
500ml of Milk (Full Cream)
2 large size Eggs (Grade A)
1 teaspoon of Vanilla Essence
1 teaspoon of Yellow Colouring
50gm of melted Butter (i used Buttercup)
A pinch of Salt to taste

(B) The Filling

A couple of Durian (the portion is up to you)
200ml of Whipped Cream (i used the Toppin' Pride brand)


1)Blend all of the ingredients in (A) using a blender until it is smooth (U may also use the mixer if your blender is not capable in handling the batter). Once ready, strain the batter using strainer.
2)Mash the Durian using fork until it becomes a custard-looking durian (without the seeds of course hehe)
3)Heat up your frying pan using medium heat. Make sure to use a non-stick frying pan because we will not going to use any oil in preparing the crepe.
4)Make a medium size crepe and leave the batter to cook for about 5 seconds on each side (just like making pancakes). Make sure not to cook the batter until it becomes golden in colour. We want the crepe to be in yellow colour. It is important to control the heat to avoid the batter from becoming too golden.
5)Repeat the step for a few more crepe.
6)While cooling down the crepes, whip the cream until it becomes concentrated (as picture below).

7)Place the crepe on a plate. Put the whipped cream in the middle of the crepe (for about 1 tablespoon). Don't spread the whipped cream followed by the mashed durian (for about 1 teaspoon).
8)Fold the crepe side by side (similar with the laundry folding method). Make sure the fillings are still inside the crepe.

*This is how the inside will look like...NYUM NYUM!*

You can eat the Durian Crepe as it is or with the chocolate sauce, up to your personal creativity hehehe ^^.


Wednesday, November 21, 2012

Kimchi Fried Rice ( Kimchi Bokkeumbap 김치 볶음밥 )

Assalamualaikum! 안녕하세요! >.< It's been a while since the last time i updated my blog. Kekeke so sorry! Today i'm gonna share with all of you the recipe for Kimchi Fried Rice! or in in Korean it is known as ' Kimchi Bokkeumbap (김치 볶음밥)'.

It's easy and most importantly it's delicious! Let's check out the recipe!


4 scoops of warm white rice (or 2 bowls of white rice)
1 tupperware of well-fermented Kimchi (please refer to the picture)
3 chicken sausages (you may use chicken, fishcake, fishball, beef etc)
1 onion (slice it)
2 cloves of garlic (slice it finely)
1 tablespoon of light soy sauce
1 tablespoon of fish sauce
1 tablespoon of sugar
1 tablespoon of sesame oil
1 teaspoon of salt
2 tablespoon of vegetable oil
1/2 cup of water
Roasted sesame seeds for garnishing (you may even use fried eggs to garnish)


1)Heat up the vegetable oil in a non-stick frying pan.
2)Saute the garlic together with the onion.
3)When both garlic and onion have turn into brown color, mix it together with Kimchi.

4)Fry it for about 2 minutes. Pour in some water. After that, put the sliced chicken sausage into the ingredients. Mix it.

5)Put the seasoning accordingly, such as the light soy sauce, fish sauce, sugar, and salt. Mix all of them well.
6)After the ingredients are well-mixed, put the rice. Make sure to mix everything well.

7)Put the sesame oil into the rice. Mix it and taste it. After making sure that the taste is alright, put the sesame seeds and mix it again.
8)Garnish the Kimchi Fried Rice with a little bit more of the roasted sesame seeds. Served it while it is hot!

~~ENJOY!~~ ^^