A few friends have been asking me for pineapple tarts recipe. How to make the pastry and how to make the pineapple jam. I just went to dig the recipes. So, in this post, I am going to link to the recipes needed to make a yummilicous pineapple tarts.
We begin with How to Make the Pineapple Jam/Pineapple Tarts Filling.
Rolled Pineapple Tarts Pastry Recipe
The same recipe you can also make the Flower Pineapple Tarts that I made yesterday.
And now the recipe that almost everyone wants to have or know…The Nyonya Pineapple Tarts.
My mom with my youngest sister’s help made the above. They look tasty ya. They are. Unfortunately, they aren’t my favorite, so does my hubby so I don’t bother learning from my mom how to make them. BUT my children loves Nyonya Chang. They love anything Nyonya. The thick Baba Nyonya blood flows in them.
My mom made quite a lot this year because my sister posted the picture on FB! Even a famous blogger from Singapore ordered from me but have to cancel last minute coz her FIL passed away yesterday. Next year then ya.
Even though I don’t fancy eating Chang, so far I have eaten 2 Bak Chang (my mom specially made without the mussels in it for me) and 2 Nyonya Chang. Kalu dah lapar, semua pun hentam.
Have any of you tried the Nyonya Braised Duck which we call it Sey Ark? I tried Goggling for it in a few different spelling like Sek Ak, Say Ark, Sek Ark and Sey Ak but no recipe for the Nyonya Braised Duck appears. My BIL the Chef, also tried the same but he couldn’t find any recipe online. So what he did was, when he was here, he bought a duck and some pork belly and get my MIL to help him cook the Sey Ark (Ark = Duck in Chinese). He and his 3rd daughter jotted down the recipe and how to cook the Sey Ark.
Then come my part, I placed the recipe online at my Simple Recipe blog.
Click on the picture for the recipe.
I am craving for Satay Celup and N.O., I am not pregnant again. I will normally get my Satay Celup from Jalan Ong Kim Wee. I can’t remember the Satay Celup shop name but it is the first shop from your left (you standing facing the Satay Celup shops). So far, that is the best Satay Celup for me. The shop is very pack during weekends and I will definitely stay away from the Satay Celup shop during weekends and school holidays. Some said Capitol serves better Satay Celup but I have not been there for a VERY long time due to distance and parking.
As of now, it is not convenient for me to eat Satay Celup at any Satay Celup shop because I have a newborn who is fully breastfeeding. Can you imagine me eating Satay Celup while carrying my baby? Tak pasal, pasal, she will get to taste the Satay Celup gravy too or even worst, got burnt by the hot gravy. Stroller? Still have not train her to sleep in the stroller but at the Satay Celup shop, the tables are all very close together one. No space for my stroller.
So how to satiate my craving for Satay Celup? Easy only…just have to do some shopping. Buy the Satay Celup paste, some fishball, meatballs, veggies and make my own Satay Celup. Who want to join me? Am thinking to do it this Saturday if hubby is around.
Even though it has been raining since early this morning, it did not hinder the men of this house to make (kacau) Dodol.
They did the kacau-ing under the rambutan trees covered with a canvas tent. To me, it kinda good that it is raining now. No sweats dropping into the dodol this year.
Too bad, I can’t eat the dodol because it contains coconut milk which is a no-no for breastfeeding mommy; baby can get colic you know; too much wind. Maybe I’ll just try a pinch of it. If not “kempunan” nanti.
Kuih Bongkong is one of my favorite Nyonya delicacies. It is made of rice flour and sugar (fine sugar + Gula Melaka). I like to eat them hot or direct from the fridge when it is still very cold.
Close up of the Kuih Bongkong.
I have yet to learn from my mom how to make Kuih Bongkong.
This morning pulak, I received an email from London!
I live in London, UK and would like to know where I can purchase pineapple tarts?
Aiyoyo! You live in London and you ask me where to buy pineapple tarts? I have never been to UK and never will be unless I strike lottery.
And that is no way I can export my Nyonya Pineapple Tarts to UK unless she doesn’t mind eating Nyonya Pineapple Crumbs.
Hey, you Nyonyas who live in UK, go learn how to make Nyonya Pineapple Tarts and start a home business there. Dunno how? Search in this blog, I got the recipe and even step by step on how to make the pastry in Youtube!
I am so happy to know that our Nyonya Pineapple Tarts are traveling to US soon.
We just sold 150 pcs today to a customer from KL. She told me that 50 pcs will be going to US; hand carry of course. She asked me to help me wrap the 50 pcs in foil paper but I have no idea how to go about it!
I hope they will enjoy the Pineapple Tarts and order more from us.
You know, we don’t make pineapple tarts everyday. We make them upon orders so you can be sure they are as fresh as it can be. We will bake a day before collection.
Last week, someone named Evonne sms me asking for the location of the RM1 Nasi Lemak. I hope she found the place and enjoyed the RM1 Nasi Lemak.
We had visitors yesterday and I bought a few packets of the RM1 Nasi Lemak for them. I also brought along with me my camera so that I can take snapshot of the landmarks around the RM1 Nasi Lemak stall.
There is actually no stall there. Just a foldable table to place the RM1 Nasi Lemak and a chair for the seller to sit.
Do you notice that the basket is empty? I arrived at around 7.40am and I was informed that the nasi lemak were all sold out. Thank God I made my ordered thru phone and waited for her brother to bring the nasi lemak. They usually starts selling at 7am and by 8am, surely gone one. Here’s the hp no. to call: 017-6890946.
Opposite the stall is the Legenda Condominium.
Behind the stall is the Graceful Nursing Home.
All these landmarks are in Klebang Besar.
I hope the above would help you to find the RM1 Nasi Lemak.
Chicken Pong Teh, Fried Cauliflower with Carrot and Sambal Belacan will be our lunch and dinner today; prepared by my maid and I. I am so used to cooking and when baby is still sleeping I felt restless with nothing to do so I helped her and making sure she prepares the food the way I want it to be. Yup! I am fussy when I want to.
I added some hard boiled eggs into the Chicken Pong Teh for my children coz 2 of them don’t like eating meat.
Hubby just told me that he does not really like cauliflower because it is not green veggie. Haiya, tell lar earlier. I cooked so much already.
This is a MUST to eat together with the Chicken Pong Teh; Sambal Belacan. Unfortunately, I still can’t touch this because it has shrimp paste. No unclean food for me yet coz my right tummy still hurts.
You can get the recipe by clicking below links:
Chicken Pong Teh