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Piggy's Cooking Journal
April 02, 2005
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Merry Xmas!! And a Happy New Year!!
Cook and bake more, waiting for your new recipesssss
December 26, 2008 9:52 am
Happy New Year to you. I am 1st timer into your blog and found that you are so talented in cooking and I am dying to eat Curry Puff but unable to find a perfect receipe. Do you happen to have one to share?
Thanks in advance, Josephine from Canada.
January 02, 2009 1:57 am
Queen butter - Happy New Year! Thanks for your support! :-)
Josephine - Thanks for dropping by and happy new year to you too. I've tried making curry puff once and it was a failure. At the moment, I'm researching for a new recipe and I'll definitely post it once I get it right. Stay tune!
January 03, 2009 8:46 pm
Hi piggy and friends,
I've actually tried aunty yochana 'sweet potato curry puff' and it turned out like those that I bought from the malay stalls, which is crispy and delicious. I changed the fillings to sardines and potato instead of sweet potato and add in hard boil eggs.
Follow closely to the recipe and do not attempt to add extra water though the dough appear to be little dry at first. I made this twice, one using mixer and the other by hand. I find that the batch using mixer yields better result and a lot easier.
My children adore this recipe because at last they can eat the whole curry puff without having to throw away the spicy fillings. Of course, you can add whatever you want, I'm going to add tuna next time.
You may get the recipe from http://auntyyochanaindex.blogspot.com ( look under "Chinese Pastry" )
January 06, 2009 8:57 am
Hi Queen butter and Piggy,
Thanks for the info, I have checked into aunty yochana's recipe but I prefer to bake instead of fried. According to aunty Yochana that her recipe cannot be baked, so I guess I still have to search for the bake style. Piggy, I will keep follow your blog and hopefully one day you will find the prefect recipe to post it onto your blog. Thanks for your kindness to reply me even though you don't have the recipe. God Bless you and have fun cooking, baking etc.
Josephine from Edmonton, Canada.
January 06, 2009 10:40 am
I love your site.
I love the mackerel recipe. I love seafood. I will definitely make it.
I will come back to blog about it when i do.
All the best to you :) !!!! @@@@
God Bless ~~~~~~
June 04, 2009 11:11 pm
Dragon Mama said…
I really adore your cooking journal...wish I could have one as good & nice as yours one day..thanks for willingness to share with others the fun of cookings...God Bless...
April 08, 2010 11:09 am
Hello I'm been jumping around and found your noodles with minced pork and was wondering about the XO sauce. I live in the valley which is in central California. I grew up with many different races and enjoy all foods. thanks
June 21, 2010 12:52 pm
Hi Piggy! I've just come across your cooking journal. Thank you for sharing with us so many great recipes. I'm going to try making one of them tomorrow. By the way, do you have any great recipes for French macaroons? I also want to make some strawberry macaroons.
January 21, 2012 8:16 pm
HI piggy, this is so amazing page i will come often for i can make of your recipes one day, but i also wonder and hope you share how you can make the recipes by picture as this , it is really beautiful,
March 06, 2013 7:42 pm
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