MARTABAK MANIS OVOMALTINE
Source : Pawonike
– 125 gr self raising fluor
– 25 gr sugar
– 1/4 sdt salt
– 175 ml water
– 1/2 sdt dry yeast
– 2 eggs
– 1/8 sdt baking soda
1. Mixed ingredients A (except dry yeast) using whisk until smooth, add dry yeast, mixed well, closed with plastic wrap and let it for about 2 hrs.
2. Whisk egg, then add baking soda from ingredients B into batter then mixed well.
3. Preheat pan using medium heat. Pour batter into pan then reduce heat. Cook using very low heat. When some hole form, spread sugar on it and put the lid on. Continue cooking until well cooked.
4. Set aside and put on cutting board. Half it. When it still hot, basting it with margarine and spread meises and ovomaltine. Put it all together.
5. Ready to serve.
Had a blast in the morning with my husband in this lovely restaurant 🙂 Yes it is! It had a lot of yummy food for breaky, lunchy and dinner as well. But it’s also nice place for having coffee, tea or chocolate only while having a lil chat with your loved one or friends. It’s nice place for family as well. They provide some coloring set tools for kids and they had kid’s menu too.
This time we had time to escape from our boys because my mother in law is visiting us for one month. It’s so relaxed for us. No matter what other people said, but it’s time for us to had our own party 🙂 even just for a cup of coffee in the morning. What’s next? a romantic dinner? or movie time? Hmmm…should think about what’s next before my mother in law going home 🙂
Saturday as usual is our family day. Always love to spend our day visits some places to do the photo hunt and ate in a restaurant. That saturday, we decided to go to Subiaco, one of suburbs in Western Australia. It was a great day. We walked along the road and started with having some snack at Sun Churros. Kiddos had a cup of ice cream, daddy had the churros and I had fruit pondue 🙂 I loved this place. I thought that one day I’ll have my homemade churros, my friend told me that it’s easy to make churros. I already my own fruit pondue, so yumm and i’m crazy about it 🙂
I recommended you to visit this place when you are in Perth. Another lovely place to have churros is at Hillarys Boat Harbour.
Last week I was had a picnic at the park with some friends. Didn’t know yet what to bring, until the last day I choose to make amris. Already prepared it in the morning before the day. But at night, when I went for shopping, I met one of my friend who will come to the park tomorrow and she said she want to bring risoles, the same as me 🙁 Wow, should made another food, I decided to bake some bread. I remember the bread that was posted by mbak Hesti from Hesti Kitchen. It’s really challenging me. And some of my friends ever asked me to bring banana chocolate bread that I ever posted here. I would make bread with the same filling but different in bread recipe. And I made roti sobek as well with cheese, chocolate and choco cheese filling. And for the banana bread I made with different shape with the one that I ever made before.
Recipe by mbak Hesti
400 gr bread flour (high protein flour)
200 gr plain flour
120 gr castor sugar
1 sachet dry yeast
2 tbs milk powder
3 egg yolks
1 tsp salt
75 gr margarine
300 ml warm water
Banana, chocolate sprinkles, grated cheese
Mix dry yeast and 150 ml warm water in a glass, and set aside for about 15 minutes
Put into a bowl bread flour, powder milk, sugar. Make a small hole in the middle then put margarine and egg yolks inside. Knead those ingredients until springy. This time I used spiral mixer tool.
Put warm water and dry yeast mixture inside bit by bit and knead again until stretchy.
Set aside and cover the dough with dry clothes or plastic wrap for about 30 minutes-1 hour or until the dough double in size.
Using your fist, punch dough down. Then take around 40-50 gr of dough and make a small ball. Set aside for about 10 minutes.
Form any shape you like and put the filling inside. Put in a pan that already polish with oil or margarine. Then cover it again with dry clothes for about 30 minutes.
Preheat oven 200’C. Before put the those dough into the oven. Polish the top of the dough with egg yolk and I put some grated cheese.
Put in the oven until golden brown about 20 minutes.
Transfer to the cooling rack.
- Ready to eat
you could find the original recipe here.
Please enjoy it as all my friends enjoy it so much 🙂
I got this recipe from my friend’s blog “pawonike“. This special bread is still moist even you let it until the next day.
50 gr glutinous rice flour
50 ml boiled water
Put in small bowl, mixed together, then set aside.
200 ml cool water
100 gr butter
1 tsp salt
100 gr sugar
15 gr powder milk
500 gr bread flour
11 gr dry yeast
1/8 st bread improver
1. Put into a bowl bread flour, powder milk, dry yeast, bread improver, sugar. Make a small hole in the middle then put butter and eggs inside. Knead those ingredients until springy.
2. Put cool water inside bit by bit and knead again until stretchy. Then put the mixture of glutinous rice flour and boiled water. Knead again.
3. Set aside and cover the dough with dry clothes or plastic wrap for about 30 minutes-1 hour or until the dough double in size.
4. Using your fist, punch dough down. Then take around 40-50 gr of dough and make a small ball. Set aside for about 10 minutes.
5. Form any shape you like, I just make round shape and put nuttela and banana inside. Put in a pan that already polish with canola oil or margarine. Then cover it again with dry clothes for about 30 minutes.
6. Preheat oven 180’C. Before put the those dough into the oven. Polish the top of the dough with egg yolk and I put some chocolate sprinkles.
7. Put in the oven until golden brown about 20 minutes.
8. Put in the cooling rack.
9. Ready to eat