Bread Binka Berlauk
Thank you for all the well wishes.. Sonia no longer has flu but i think shes begining to develop a slight fever.. shes a little fussy today but thats ok.. she's still playing and singing and talking non stop :o)
Hb got home safely and I on the other hand hv been busy since the day he left for Vietnam.. I got to finish up all my ironing - yayyyy.. i managed to do what i was supposed to do since last week.. i also got to take Sonia out and do what most mothers will do with their little princesses.. overall we were good..
This morning I managed to bake the kuih that i hv been eyeing for the longest time.. the thing is.. hb doesnt really know how to eat this type of kuih and to bake it when hes around doesnt make sense.. I knew mom and dad loved this type of kuih so when dad gave me a loaf of bread last night.. i decided that i shud gv this recipe a try eventho i knew today is gonna be another busy day for me.
Mom and dad came by just on time when i took it out of the oven.. dad was eyeing it and i quickly sliced it a few mins after it was baked.. he ate and at the same time commented that its was super yummy.. i guess hes either hungry or hes a super big fan of this binka lauk.. hehehe..
Anyway i cant stay long.. ty Cik Mat for sharing this wonderful recipe.. we all loved it err except my super duper hb who didnt even get to taste it cos it was gone even bef he could take a peep hahaha
10 to 12 slices of white bread - I used 10pcs
800ml coconut milk
3 tbsp flour
3 tbsp butter - melted
Salt to taste
400g minced meat
2 large onions, chopped
1 large potato, peeled and diced
1 large carrot, diced
2 cloves garlic*
1/2 inch ginger * (* finely ground)
3 tbsp meat curry powder
3 tbsp tomato sauce
3 tbsp chili sauce
500ml water - I used 250ml
Black pepper (optional)
Salt to taste
Sliced green onions - I didnt use
Sliced red chillies
Preheat oven 190C.. greased a 10 x 10" pan (I used 9*). Set aside.
Sliced bread into small cubes and soak in coconut milk.. once soften add all ingredients except salt, and mix well. Season with some salt. Pour into baking pan and bake for 30 mins.
Heat oil in a skillet, saute onion, pounded ingredients until fragrant, add curry powder, tomato sauce and chili sauce. Stir well.. add meat, potatoes and carrots. Pour water and cook until potatoes and carrots soften. Add salt to taste and cook until dry. Add black pepper. Leave to cool.
Remove bread binka from oven. Press top lightly. Top it with fillings and continue to bake for a further 30mins. Let binka cools down bef u sprinkle with toppings.
Source: Kak Hanieliza