My friend did crack a joke saying that and that's why i'm recording what have i done thru' blogging. Am i or am i not?
Now, back to my event recording again. Kekeke..........
Make this yesterday - FRENCH BROWNIES. Super yummy - even hubby couldn't help but requested that i make it again some other day.
This is sarawak kek lapis . A lot of work is involve in making this. A lazy bum like me would probably not attempt to do this unless if i really have so much time to spare. This was given to me by one of my friend's relative from Indonesia. Another super yummy delicacies.
What is this?
Have i gone to the beach?
Under this super hot and humid weather?
Definitely not unless if i want to get some skin problem.
So what is this actually?
Well, this is one of the very old and traditional hokkien dessert call MEE TAY
It's make from flour, shallot and pork lard.
Nowaday it's hard to come by outside, and i believe not many people have heard or eaten this before. Infact, some hokkien dialect group have not heard of this before too. It i'm not wrong, this was originated from China - Xiamen Hokkien. When i was a little child, i remember my mum used to make this for my brother. I heard that it works like a tonic that build up the inner strength of the body.
Since it's so hard to come by, of course i'm not able to purchase it. This was specially make by my sifu 2 weeks ago when i visit her. She have given me 2 container full which i pass one to my brother. I believe my brother must be enjoying it since this was once his "tonic food".
This is how it looks like after mixing with hot water.
I prefer mine this way. If you add more water, it would be more dilute and you could actually drink it like a beverage.