I decided to cook loh mai kai for dinner on a Sunday. It is made from glutinous rice. It is a rice dish that will normally be served when you have your dim sum in a Chinese restaurant. You can make this dish in Philips All-In-One Cooker or thermomix, or even in a food steamer over the stove. Here is the recipe:
Matthew, my younger boy loves chocolate cake. For a change, I made him a chocolate cake without using the oven, instead, I decided to steam a chocolate cake for him in my Buffalo Smart Cooker KW-57. Here is the recipe for the steamed moist chocolate cake.
Today is the first day of the school holiday and I have decided to cook something simple and quick. A dish that does not involve lots of pots and plates to wash. Therefore, I decided to do a stir-fry noodle in my Buffalo Smart Cooker. Here is the recipe:
Nasi lemak is my family favourite type of rice. It is cooked in coconut milk with pandan leaves which you can find in an oriental grocery shop and they are sold frozen. I will cook it in my Buffalo Smart Cooker.
In order to make a good fried rice, it is best to use overnight cooked rice. I use my Buffalo Smart Cooker to cook the rice a day before I make my fried rice. Buffalo Smart Cooker makes fluffy delicious brown rice. It has a brown rice function. Therefore, you do not need to soak your brown rice before cooking. I normally use 3 cups of brown rice with 4 cups of water. It takes about 75 minutes to cook the brown rice.
After much contemplation and research, I decided to take the plunge to purchase a very expensive smart cooker. You can get it from a Buffalo cookware shop. Here is a link to the location of the shops in Australia –https://buffalocookware.com.au/pages/our-stores.