I have deleted my opening sentence a few times hehehez cos I am having a mental block....dunno what to write here today. Sometimes, I just couldnt be bothered to open up this little space of mine but sometimes I just want to update and update and update and blog walk every minute while at times I just feel bllleaargghh!! It does feel great isnt it when u have friends saying how they enjoy reading your blog and enjoy looking at the photos too. I really appreciate the kind compliments cos I know I am not a good writer nor a good photographer, am just an average person but these kind words makes me want to update my blog again ;)
So, here I am with my talam pisang entry. First time ever in my life that I ever attempted to make talam pisang and I am really happy with the result....it really was a successful attempt. Since I know that no one will like these talam except me, myself and I, I only made half of the recipe and got 26 pieces of these little beauties. I had 6 pieces during iftar just now...yum yum. Have already packed some away for them to be shared tomorrow. As much as I luv them, I dont think I can finish all of them myself hehehez.
Might be away again maybe until after Eid cos I too have orders to fulfil....ehem ehem I have been a small time seasonal entrepreneur for the past 5 yrs here :ppp but will definitely update when I get sick of looking at the cookies that I will be making. Got to start my production latest by this Thursday otherwise, I will not get them ready on time. Wish me luck peeps ;)
Source : Kak Ummi @ Home Sweet Home
Recipe Adapted From: Chef Hanieliza @ Buku Aneka Talam dan Kuih Lapis
3 Cups Thin Coconut Milk
1 Cup Mashed Banana
1 Cup Rice Flour
1/2 Cup Sugar
2 Tblsp Custard Powder
A Pinch Of Salt
Yellow Food Colouring (I Added)
Top Layer :
3 Cups Thick Coconut Milk
1 Cup Rice Flour
1/2 Tsp Salt
Lightly oil the moulds.
Mix well all the ingredients for the bottom layer and pour into the moulds 3/4 full.
Steam the mixture for abt 10-15mins.
Mix well all the ingredients for the bottom layer.
Sieve the mixture into a pot.
By using low heat, heat the mixture until it produces a light steam and has thicken a little.
Turn off heat.
Once the bottom layer is cooked, use a fork and scrape the top.
Pour the bottom mixture into the moulds and steam it for another 10-15mins.
My pineapple filling that I made yesterday. Have a great week ahead folks ;) TTFN.......