We served vegan cheese cake during last farm lunch (16th June 2017) at Wonder Wilderfarm. Many asked for the recipe, I decided to share the recipe to you all. The recipe was inspired by MinimalistBaker. Ingredients: (Base) 200g of dates 120g of fresh walnut (Filling) 180g of mild roasted cashew nut 80g of Wonder Wilderfarm … Continue reading Non-baked Vegan Cheese Cake
This is second times I conducted kuih dadar cooking class with kids. I found kid really like grated coconut with coconut palm sugar (Gula Melaka). Gula Melaka has it's own distinct aroma which can't substitute with any other kind of sugar. Kids were also amazed with the green colour and flavour given naturally from Srewpine … Continue reading Kuih Dadar Cooking Class – with Recipe and Activity’s Pictures
Last month, I was invited to conduct children cooking class for Little Penang Street Market. I proposed to them to teach children the truly Malaysian pastry (Bahasa: kuih) which is curry puff (local Bahasa named: karipap). Karipap usually made from potato cut into cubes then cook with sliced onion, sea salt and curry powder for … Continue reading Recipe: Curry Puff
Pumpkin rich in beta carotene good for eye sight and it's natural sweetness perfectly fit to children's diet. Cooking pumpkin soup is easy. You can either steam it first then smash it well like smashed potato or you can boil it with vegatables broth. I am going to share with you pumpkin soup recipe with … Continue reading Pumpkin Soup
A budget and healthy saute mushrooms. Good for vegetarian and vegan.
Dhal (also known as lentil) is a staple food in South Asia. Dhal is also a major source of protein in vegetarian diet. In Malaysia, we can get dhal in yellow or red colour from Indian grocery shops. Different colours of food have different nutrient. For example, Lycopene is found in red foods. The main benefit … Continue reading Dhal Curry
How about a truly Malaysian dish? Try the 'pengat pisang'!