Sunday, November 30, 2008

Resep Pandan Kenari Ambon, bumbu pakai ragi

Resep Ambon Pandan Kenari
kirman: Sundari, Karanganyar- Solo

Bahan resep biangnya:
100 gram tepung terigu protein sedang.
125 ml air.
1 bungkus ragi instan.

Bahan resep utama:
250 ml santan dari 1 butir kelapa.
50 ml air suji (dari 30 lembar daun suji dan 2 lembar daun pandan).
15 lembar daun jeruk, disobek-sobek.
2 batang serai, diambil putihnya, dimemarkan.
2 lembar daun pandan disimpulkan.
2 sendok teh garam.
300 gram gula pasir.
225 gram tepung sagu.
25 gram tepung ketan putih.
7 butir telur.
6 tetes pewarna hijau muda.
50 gram kenari, diiris panjang untuk taburan.

Cara membuat resep bika ambon pandan kenari ini:
1. Panaskan cetakan kue lumpur dengan resep kelapa parut sampai berminyak. Buang kelapanya.
2. Aduk rata resep bahan biang. Diamkan 15 menit.
3. Rebus resep berikut ini: santan, air suji, daun jeruk, serai, daun pandan, garam dan gula pasir sambil diaduk sampai mendidih. Saring dan ukur 475 ml.
4. Aduk resep tepung sagu, tepung ketan putih dan biang sampai rata. Tambahkan telur satu per satu sambil dikocok perlahan.
5. Masukkan rebusan santan hangat dan pewarna hijau muda sedikit sedikit sambil dikocok 15 menit dengan kecepatan rendah. Diamkan 2 jam.
6. Tuang resep tsb ke dalam cetakan kue lumpur yang sudah dipanaskan. Biarkan sampai berlubang-lubang. Tabur kenari . Tutup. Biarkan sampai matang.
Resep ini cukup untuk 40 buah. ***

source: Tabloid Saji


How To Enjoy the Season - Easy Tips and Delicious Recipes

Take Time to Enjoy the Season
From the first day of winter to Christmas to Chanukah to Kwanzaa, December is totally filled with holidays to celebrate - well, except for that first day of winter. And so this article is also filled with lots of cooking and entertaining tips and holiday recipes just for you.

With all of this celebrating, we tend to wear ourselves out pretty quickly. Already this past weekend, I saw people fighting over a parking space. How ridiculous did that look? And the season has barely begun. So make every attempt to keep it in perspective. Nothing has to be perfect - really. If you don't have the chance to totally transform each gift into a beautiful package, or make a 5 course meal, it is ok.

Especially this time of year, plan ahead, make those lists, organize your meals and shopping trips and trips to stores that are clustered together. Ask yourself- "how can I make this easier on myself?" each time you are faced with a holiday project.

Make a list of what are the most important things for you to do, top to bottom, and then decide what gets done and what will not be done this year. Like those Christmas cards - for me, the list does get smaller because for whatever reason, that is not something I really enjoy doing. So I gave myself permission to cut back, and hope that my friends will understand. It is a little relief which gives me more time to spend on more pleasurable activities. So go ahead - make your own list and give yourself and your family a little more time to enjoy what this season is all about.***

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