Term 3 school holidays started yesterday and my baking frenzy kicked off by baking Matthew’s favourite bacon and cheese buns. Here is the recipe:
Last weekend I was craving for ayam percik. It is a kind of grilled chicken marinated in spices and coconut milk. You eat it with steamed rice and is an easy meal to prepare, especially if you have the spices and an oven (or an air fryer). Here are the ingredients for ayam percik.
My beloved husband decided to make dinner today and he made the most delicious Hasselback sweet potatoes that I have ever eaten. He loves his potatoes as much as I love my noodles.
My family adores eating satay. Satay is a kind of seasoned grilled meat serve with satay sauce which you can make it yourself or buy it from Coles or Woolworths. I took the easy way out and bought the satay sauce from Coles. But now I am going to teach you how to make the marinade sauce for the satay. Continue reading “Satay Without The Bamboo Skewers”
I bought a pyrolytic Miele oven that has a self-cleaning mode. It can be heated up to a very high temperature to incinerate any food residue in the interior of the oven wall into ash which can be wiped away after the oven has cooled down. Yes, a pyrolytic oven is definitely more expensive than a non-pyrolytic oven but it saves me time and stress cleaning a dirty oven.