Resepi Rendang Tempeh Mudah dan Sedap

Korang mesti dah biasa makan tempeh goreng, tempeh sambal dan macam-macam lagi cara hidangan penyediaan tempeh ni kan.

Hafiz memang suka tempeh ni. tak kiralah apa jenis cara masakan pun. Memang favorite. Lepas tu terfikir nak cuba buat masakan yang lain sikit. Lepas tu google lah cari resepi2 rendang tempeh ni. Tak banyak pilihan. Kalau ada pun resepi mat saleh di mana Hafiz rasa x sama dengan citarasa tekak melayu Hafiz ni.

Jom tengok bahan-bahan dan cara penyediaan rendang tempeh ni.

Korang jugak boleh ke YouTube Hafiz untuk tengok full video penyediaanya ok 🙂

Bahan-Bahan:

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  • 2 paket tempeh
  • 2 sudu besar cili kisar
  • 1 mangkuk santan kotak
  • 1/2 mangkuk air asam jawa
  • 2 sudu besar kerisik
  • 1/2 helai daun kunyit
  • 2 helai daun limau purut
  • garam dan gula secukup rasa
  • 3 sudu besar minyak, untuk menumis(ada yang letik 5- 8 sudu besar)
  • Bahan-bahan untuk rempah tumis(ikut citarasa korang):
    • kayu manis
    • bunga lawang
    • buah pelaga
  • Bahan-bahan untuk tumbuk:
    • 5 biji bawang merah
    • 4 ulas bawang putih
    • 2 inci halia
    • 2 inci lengkuas
    • 2 batang serai

Cara Penyediaan:

  1. Cara-cara untuk rendang:
    1. Potong dadu tempeh, ketepikan
    2. Panaskan minyak dan tumis bahan rempah tumis, bahan tumbuk dan cili kisar. Kacau perlahan dan masak sehingga pecah minyak dan garing. Warna bahan tumisan akan bertukar menjadi sedikit gelap.
    3. Masukkan santan pekat dan air asam jawa.
    4. Masukkan tempeh. Kacau perlahan-lahan di atas api sederhana sehingga kuah menjadi pekat.
    5. Masukkan kerisik, daun limau purut dan daun kunyit. Perasakan dengan garam dan gula secukup rasa.
    6. Tabur dengan hirisan daun kunyit sebagai hiasan.

Untuk video lengkap cara penyediaan boleh ke Youtube Hafiz ok. Jangan lupa SUBSCRIBE & SHARE ok…

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Selamat mencuba.

Health Benefits of Sweet Potato

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Sweet Potato are rich in fibre, vitamins and minerals. In this posting, i will share some facts about why these starchy, sweet root vegetables are so good for you and discover the best ways to cook them.

What is Sweet Potato?

The Sweet Potato is a starchy, sweet-tasting root vegetable. They have a thin, brown skin on the outside with coloured flesh inside – most commonly orange in colour. Other varieties are white, purple or yellow. You can eat sweet potatoes whole or peeled and the leaves of the plant are edible too.

They may both be called ‘potatoes’, but sweet and white potatoes are not actually related. So dont get confuse with this two.

Facts about Sweet Potato.

1. Nutritional Value

Sweet potatoes are rich source of fibre as well as containing a good array of vitamins and minerals including iron, calcium, selenium and they’re a good source of most of our B vitamins and vitamin C. One of the key nutritional benefits of sweet potato is that they’re high in an antioxidant known as beta-carotene, which converts to vitamin A once consumed.

2. Good for digestion

Sweet potatoes are high in fibre, which has been prove to promote a healthy digestive system. Research shown it appear that the high phytosterol content of sweet potatoes does have a protective effect on the digestive system and may be important in the prevention and management of duodenal and gastric ulcers.

3. Good for eye health

A study by Food & Nutrition Research found that purple sweet potatoes contain a specific group of antioxidants also known as anthocyanins which have been shown to be beneficial to the eyes.

4. Help reduce risk of cancer

While there are no single ‘superfoods’ that can prevent cancer and certain risk factors for cancer are unrelated to diet, there is evidence that eating a healthy diet can reduce the risk of cancer. Fruit and vegetables are high in antioxidants, compounds that help defend the body against damage by ‘free radicals’. Studies have suggested that the antioxidants in the peel of sweet potatoes in particular may help reduce this oxidation process, thereby reducing the risk of cancer.

Perhaps in my next posting, i will share some recipe how to prepare your sweet potatoes.

 

What to do in Bangkok?

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Bangkok! It is known in Thai as Khrung Thep Maha Nakhon. The population of the city is 8 million or 12.6% of the country population. Bang is a Thai word meaning “a village situated on a stream”, and the name may have been derived from Bang Ko. While ko is an “island”, a reference to the area’s landscape which was carved by rivers and canals.
This is a city that attract millions of people everyday. I personally had visited this city for more tan 10 times and must say that this is a great place for everyone.
Let me share with you some of the things that you can plan or do while in Bangkok..
Where to stay :
Try to search hotel within 10 mins walking distance from BTS. Asoke BTS is good as u do have option for SkyTrain or the MRT. Nana BTS, Siam BTS or Saladaeng BTS is pretty good as well.
Chao Phraya River :
Stop at BTS Saphan Thaksin. Take the boat and enjoy the ride to places I listed below.
Khao San Road :
Take the BTS Skytrain to Sathorn/Central Pier (Saphan Taksin Station – change at Siam Station), then take the Chao Phraya Express boat to Phra Athit – pier 13 – then walk. http://www.bangkok.com/area-khao-san-road/review.htm?cur=THB
Grand Palace
Grand Palace & Wat Pho :
BTS to Saphan Taksin station. Go down under the bridge to Central Pier and take the Chao Phraya express boat coming from your left, and get off at Ta Chang pier. (pier N9).
Do not buy a ticket at the desk, and do not buy a 150 baht ticket for the tourist boat. Get on the Chao Phraya Express Boat coming from your left. Take a boat with no flag, an orange flag, or a green flag. You pay the fare on board to the ticket seller, tell her “Tha Chang” (pier N9).
Get off at Tha Chang (pier N9), and walk out from the pier area until you see a high white wall. Follow it to the left and then around to the right, so that Sanam Luang (a large open green space) is on your left and the palace wall is on your right. Walk about 200 meters until you get to the main entrance.
Wat Pho is right behind the Grand Palace, so you will need to go back out the way you came in, and go around the block to enter Wat Pho.
Asiatique :
Take BTS to Saphan Taksin. Same station as Khao San & Grand Palace. But for this u have to walk to the further most, left hand side pier to catch it. You won’t mistake it, it’s the one emblazoned with the Asiatique Logo.
Floating Market :
Damnoeng Saduak (optional as a bit far from the city. Will take u about 1 hour. Very touristy.
Ayuthaya(Ancient capital of Thailand) :
Optional. A bit far from Bangkok. About 1 hour from the city. Very touristy.
Historical Ayuthaya
New Road Fai Market :
You can get Halal street food here. Kena cari sket lah. Take MRT and stop at Thailand Cultural Ctr. Go out From Exit no 3. The place is behind a mall call The Esplanade http://www.bangkok.com/magazine/rot-fai-market-ratchada.htm
Shopping mall :
Terminal 21 (Asoke BTS), Central Embassy(Phloen Chit BTS), Em Quartier(Phrom Phong BTS) & Siam Paragon(Siam BTS).
Cheap Shopping :
Chatuchak(Mo Chit BTS), Platinum (Chid Lom BTS, but this is a bit far from station… but worth for your money to spend)
Food :
Suppaniga Eating Room Sathorn 10.(not halal)
Sara Restaurant, Nuovo City Hotel (Halal)
Yana Restaurant, Level 5, Near the international food court(National Stadium BTS)
Fine Dine : check out this web. Lots of idea on how u want to enjoy bkk.
Cafe :
Stay tune on the next for more posting… and tips to save your money while in Bangkok.

8 Kebaikan Tempe

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photo credit : fullofplants.com

Posting kali ni Hafiz nak share dengan korang makanan pilihan Hafiz iaitu TEMPEH. Selain sedap digoreng makan dengan nasi, tempeh jugak boleh dibuat burger, diletak dalam salad dan banyak lagi.

Tempeh ni terlalu banyak kebaikan & khasiat kepada kesihatan. Hafiz nak share 8 kebaikan tempeh yang akan buat korang rasa nak makan tempeh hari2 lepas ni.

  1. Protein yang tinggi dan mudah dicerna untuk mengelakkan keracunan makanan.
  2. Penderita anemia (masalah berat badan). Anemia dikesan apabila kadar hemoglobin rendah kerana kurang zat besi (Fe), tembaga (Cu), zink (Zn), protein, asam folat dan vitamin B12, di mana unsur-unsur tersebut terkandung dalam tempe.
  3. Mengandungi zat besi, flafoid yang bersifat antioksidan mampu menurunkan tekanan darah yang mana elok untuk mereka yang menghidapi darah tinggi.
  4. Anti infeksi. Kajian menunjukkan bahawa tempe mengandungi agen anti bakteria yang dihasilkan oleh karang tempe (R. Oligosporus) merupakan antibiotik yang mengurangkan risiko jangkitan kuman.
  5. Daya hipokolesterol. Kandungan asid lemak padat pada tempe dapat menurunkan kadar kolesterol. Kalau korang tak suka makan oat, boleh cuba cara ni!
  6. Memiliki sifat anti oksidan dan dapat mencegah kanser.
  7. Kandungan kalsiumnya yang tinggi, tempe dapat mencegah osteoporosis. Dalam erti kata lain, tempe bagus untuk tulang. Untuk korang yang tak suka minum susu, amalkan pengambilan tempe di dalam menu diet anda.
  8. Mencegah timbulnya hypertension (Simpton cepat marah).
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Burger Tempe

Sekarang korang dah tahu tempe bukan sekadar makanan yang diperbuat dari kacang soya kan? Jadi rajin2 lah makan tempe ya.