Arrived from Singapore on Jetstar uneventfully and collected from the Airport to Hari Residence Hotel. Only issue is heat of 37c but hotel is aircon so avoiding midday sun and going to venture out in a bit…
Off to Siem Reap today, a journey into the unknown…
Archive of Photos from Malaysia 9
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2 tins chick pea
One fried onion
3 tsp Cumin
2 tsp Coriander
Coriander and Parsley
Cut into 18 parts and roll
Spray with oil spray
230 for 20 mins then 180 for 20mins
Low fat yoghurt
100g brown sugar
125g unsalted butter
1 1/2 tsp vanilla essence
225g self-raising flour
200g chocolate chips
Pinch of salt
Cream the butter and sugar until light and fluffy.
Mix in the egg and vanilla essence.
Fold in the flour, salt and chocolate chips.
Place balls of mix on to a lined baking tray and bake at 180°C for 14 minutes until golden brown.
Makes: 18 Cambridge sausages
- 400g pork belly (skin off)
- 400g pork shoulder
- 0.5 – 1 tablespoons ground ginger
- 0.5 – 1 tablespoons ground nutmeg
- 4-5 allspice
- 1 tablespoons peppercorns
- 3/4 tablespoons salt
- 80g breadcrumbs
Grind Salt and Peppercorns and allspice finely in grinder
Add herbs and powdered spices
Grind pork in mincer once at 5mm
Add spice and breadcrumbs
Add enough water (100mls?) to make into malleable paste
Retain 5mm mincer plate and regrind into skins
Pinch and twist at 5 finger intervals. Alternate twist directions.
Cook low and slow. (Fry slightly in a pan then into oven at around 140c for 20mins or so)
400gms White plain flour
Mix the first 3 ingredients, in mixer, then add 2 whole eggs, then enough cold water to bind (50-100mls?). Refrigerate
Chopped Glace Cherries
Toasted flaked almonds crushed
- Light Rye Flour/White bread flour – 200 gms (about 3-1 ratio)
- Mixed seeds – 250 gms (A mix of pumpkin seeds, sun flower seeds, flax seeds, and sesame seeds, or a bag of mixed seeds from Waitrose!)
- Oilive oil – 50 ml
- Boiling water – 220 ml
- 10gm salt
- Flaked salt to sprinkle at the top
Preheat the oven at 120 degrees
Mix all the ingredients and mix in Kenwood
Put a baking sheet on the table
Put a spatula worth of the thick paste, and put another baking sheet on the top
Now, using a rolling pin, evenly spread the batter into a thin layer. (limited by the seeds!)
Remove the sheet from the top of the spread paste, and gently cut the spread into equal portions (approx 9). You will be essentially just marking the spread and it will make it easier to break into equal sized pieces once baked.
Sprinkle some salt.
Bake for 80 minutes at 110-20 degrees.
Take the bread out of the oven, remove the baking sheet placed under the bread.