Weather for Te Awamutu todaySeason :
Temp : 23°C | 20°C
Raining With High UV(7) Warning
Temp : 21°C
Did anyone miss the sheeps :D ??
Salam, Kia Ora...
How's everyone? Enjoying the weekend? I'm back again *grins* sorry that its been quiet from my end. No Korean drama marathon this time but we went for a short trip as hb was on 1.5 weeks annual leave. We planned to go to Kawhia beach for fishing yesterday but the weather finally packed up and decided to rain the whole day yesterday and....today.
Back to reality today, back to slaving in front of the stove to cook dinner ahakkss :D No more eating out, no more takeaways...booohooo. Hmmzz but not complaining at this moment, the temperature is much cooler. Just hope that we will not be affected by flood as its been raining non-stop the whole day with strong gust, insyaAllah. Some parts of North Island are affected by floods :(
Anyway, I had a few gold kumaras~~sweet potato stashed in the potatoes & onions basket for almost 2 weeks now. When I took them out just now, a few roots were already growing...hehehez. Before they turned into something else, I thought I should make some kuih keria. There's 3 types of kumaras here : red, orange & gold. I used the orange kumara before and they were not good :( I had to add tonnes of flour before I could shaped them. They also turned out hard, ugly and irregular. These gold kumaras are the best ;) the kuih keria turned out soft, well shaped and still taste sweet potato-y hehehez.
Source : Nasi Lemak Lover. Thank u for sharing this recipe ;)
Ingredients (Makes 18 pcs)
250g sweet potato, cooked and mashed (I used 400g)
50g all purpose flour (I used 80g)
15g glutinous rice flour (I used 30g)
A pinch of salt
1tbsp water or adjust accordingly ( it depend on the type of sweet potato you use) (I did not add)
1. Combine all ingredients and knead till smooth dough.
2. Weight dough 30g each and shape it into small ball.
3. Flatten the ball, made a hole in the middle of the dough, and shape it like a donut shape (don’t need to use donut cutter).
4. Heat oil in a wok, deep fry sweet potato ring over medium flame till golden brown. Dish out and drain.
To coat Kuih Keria:-
1. In another clean pot, cook 1/3 cup sugar and 2tbsp water until syrupy and thick. Add fried sweet potato ring and coat well.
2. Serve warm with a cup of tea or coffee
Note: The above flour and water ingredients are just for your reference only, this is because different type of sweet potato have different texture of dough, you need to adjust the flour and water accordingly. Sometime I don’t need to add water but have to add more flour instead, personally I prefer the gold kumara aka sweet potato.
Thank you peeps, for dropping by my humble blog while I was away. I will return the visits tonight after dinner, we are having homemade fresh fish and chips cooked by my personal
Me Te Aroha...With Love,