Since it is already a week + into Syawal... I really think I should no longer continue updating iftar dishes. However, since I have already painstakingly taken some pictures on all the dishes that I have made, don't think there is any harm done in updating them.
So here's a list of some iftar dishes throughout Ramadhan that I managed to capture some pictures of but never did manage to blog about.
Steamed Fish - a dish prepared by hubby.
Served with Gado-Gado
Ayam Percik Recipe
Here's the ayam percik recipe shared by a friend, no measurements nothing, but it works.
Blend all ingredients together except for the coconut milk.
Boil chicken in the blended ingredients add coconut milk, then roast the chicken.
Boil the remainder of the marinade until it thickens to be served as a gravy.
Wal-la your ayam percik is ready!
Steamboat - Yong Tau Foo
Steamboat Soup Recipe
Anchovies (Ikan Bilis)
Stuff anchovies (as much as possible) and crushed ginger in a soup bag and boil for at least an hour, add salt and sugar to taste. If you wish to prepare a Tomyam based soup : add Lemongrass, Tomato, Chili and Kafir Lime leaves into the boiled soup.
Brown Sauce for Yong Tau Foo Recipe
Blended Taucho (fermented soy beans in salt)
A few tablespoon cooking oil
Soy Sauce (Dark not Light)
Mixed all ingredients together add salt to taste.
I roasted the beed whole with some thyme. When done, I sliced the beef before serving.
Served with Garlic Bread, Mashed potatoes, coleslow and salad, all home made, well except for the Italian Salad Dressing that came out of a bottle and the garlic butter for the baguette :-). Oh and brown sauce courtesy of my caterer friend Fidah! Thanks Fid, your brown sauce is a lifesaver!