Sunday, July 10, 2011

My New Trying

Roti Canai
I stumble upon this frozen “Roti Canai” while groceries shopping recently; it tastes almost the same like what we have from the “mamak” stall. I like it as it’s convenient, inexpensive yet only require tiny bit of oil to pan-fried the dough.

I just had two pieces of it for my breakfast and it match right with sugar.

Seafood Pumpkin Soup and Chicken with Pumpkin in Ketchup

This is first time I incorporate pumpkin into my cooking…and the foods turned out satisfactorily. I think it is also a great way to encourage Sarah to eat more pumpkin by adding them into daily dishes.

Picture courtesy of The Lifestyle Cuisine Magazine and Cookbooks

Barley with Pumpkin and Sago dessert

I must give credit to myself on this one (ahem). I have no cook book but just try to imitate what I’ve ordered from a nearby restaurant; the outcome is fabulous! Everyone gave thumbs up for it.

This is a very simple and yummy dessert; you may as well give a try.

Red Bean Soup
I had my first attempt in cooking this simple folk’s dessert; it turned out just nice for my liking. And I should have do it more often as it said to has the benefit of lower the water-retention in our body.


Julie said...

Have not been visiting your blog for quite a long time.

I used to buy the frozen roti canai. I think it's nice especially if you are too lazy to go out to mamak just for a roti canai. But hubby doesn't like it. Jonathan loves roti canai. Perhaps I should let him try this. I don't put oil. I just pan fry it with a non-stick pan.

Sarah's Daddy and Mommy said...

Thanks for dropping by Julie.
Sorry for not visit your blog for quite some time too.
- Yes, the frozen roti canai is very convenient especially feeling lazy for tabao or eating outside.
- My husband also do not like the taste. And recently Sarah do not like it neither.
- I think no harm by letting Jonathan try the frozen roti canai.
I have tried to put lesser oil or no oil at all, but the roti canai do not taste that good.

Debbie Y said...

I didn't know that we can DIY roti canai using the Roti Pratha.

Thanks for sharing. I should try it myself soon.

Sarah's Daddy and Mommy said...

Hi, thanks for leaving your comment.
You may try out the frozen type of Roti Pratha. It taste not bad and is healthier too.