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Friday, 18 April 2014

My Butterfly ~

Surprised? If people say Butterfly  bet many will associate it with Butterfly flying from flower to flower.

What's all these pots and pans with glutinous rice and what not.....

Mak oi.....salted egg yolk, mushrooms , scallop....buah berangan and beans...... ?




Why title Butterfly but Bak Chang post pulak...Mamarazzi gone crazy? 

Nah...Not gone crazy la...It's actually about Mamarazzi's new pot... *NOT PAID POST*. 

Earlier this month Papa bought a new Butterfly brand Pressure cooker for Mamarazzi. So far she had used it for making steamed herbal Chicken. Mmm....nice...all the goodness of chicken in there...

Then her hands also very itchy wanna try out to make Bak Chang using this. Heard people said it cuts the cooking time by more than half. 

Usual boiling time for Bak Chang are 2.5 hours to 3 hours depending on size of the Bak Chang. 

This round Mamarazzi boiled for 1 hour and the Bak Chang were just nice. Tried 45 mins, ingredients was cooked but not melt in the mouth type. Guess, Mamarazzi will stick to the 1 hour boiling time la.

So far she is loving her new Butterfly Pressure Cooker very much and as for me.....am loving eating the Bak Chang lo.

60 comments:

  1. Wah, got new pot, means can cook more in the future! ;)

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    1. hmm....can masuk 30 biji at one go....save cooking time...guess one day can cook 60 biji gua muhahaha

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  2. I love bak chang! My favorite food!

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    1. is it? nice to eat once in awhile. Cannot eat frequent coz fattening oh

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  3. Butterfly kitchen wares have been a famous brand since I was a kid. Are they from Thailand too? Now I understand better about using pressure cooker to steam your Bak Chang! Normally people used other ways, right?

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    1. Famous ka? I didnt know. Only saw the ads at the roundabout near subang airport.

      Saw cheap in Lazada.com so buy lo coz Mamarazzi's pots are not big enough to make bak changs and always have to keep adding water .(jaga api) .

      Nah...not steam the bak chang la...still boil the bak chang in the pot. Only that no need to keep topping up water lo. and all the heat inside the pot very intense. Can cook faster

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  4. You know what? Mamarazzi can start selling Bak Chang by supplying to shops now. The taste is really good and well done to perfection. I am a serious Bak Chang lover and I know how to appreciate them. If Ah Boy eats them, he might say all Bak Changs are the same like Bak Kwas! Muahahahahahahaha

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    1. Thanks...LOL......you give Ah Boy's Oat he wll tell you which are good

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  5. People don't seem to buy pressure cookers as much as years ago. And I don't know why...they make the most tender food! I used to have one many years ago and don't know whatever happened to it.

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    1. could be due to pressure cooker is such a good investment. Keeps for long time. And mother hands down to her child. So people dont need to buy as many as before. One is enough...unless you are into restaurant business.

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  6. Been wanting to get one...but never did. Cooks things faster...so can make more bak chang in a short time, and send to Sibu hor? LOL!!!

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    1. send the pot or send the changs? LOL

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  7. Ooohh, I couldn't associate butterfly with bachang at first, but after finish reading your post, oohh, ok, get it! Haha.. At first, when you wrote my butterfly, I thought some kinda lovey-dovey post about zaman paktor dulu or what..

    Mamarazzi pandai la in making bachang.. I dunno how to make it, and I always feel macam very mafan to make it.. Have to prepare so many bahan-bahan, then when wana open the bachang that time sticky-sticky, but I have to say, when eat that time ahh, wah, sedap to the max!

    Talking about bachang, I had bachang for lunch yesterday.. Colleagues went to SS2 for lunch, it's a market kinda area, and popular for it's char kuey teow and "harm yoke jung" (bachang).. 3 of us went, had 3 bachangs, 3 plates of char kuey teow, 1 bowl of fishball soup and 3 desserts.. *Burrrpp

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    1. wah you go so far to have lunch ah....

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  8. Please....don't post for my rabbit ok!

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  9. Catchy title mamarazzi! ;-)

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  10. Mama Kucing sure busy with bak chang eh :-)

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  11. muahaha!! really didn't expect that the butterfly is that pressure pot dei.. Uncle SK thot Mamarazzi was making bak chang in the shapes of butterflies dei, haha!! hmmm, maybe that is possible?? Mamarazzi may venture into this creation and become first in the world!!

    errr tell Uncle SK about all these periuk ke, kuali ke, pot ke, wok ke.. he all also tarak tahu la.. give him makanan and he will be happily eating!! hehe..

    wah, cooking time reduced by more than 60%!! that means Mamarazzi got more time to cook her bak chang and can make more bak chang this time woh!! hmmm, maybe can consider to open a shop and start selling..

    Uncle SK saw the bak chang is loaded with lots of goodies leh, got meat got mushroom got chestnut got beans got salted egg yolks!! wah, sedap sedap!! slurp slurp :)

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    1. possible leh..maybe just people have not thought of making that before?

      if open shop sure bankrupt lo coz the ingredients so darn expensive leh nowadays. No wonder chang outside there selling so expensive and with not much liu. Make for family eat can la.

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  12. So this is how butterfly connects to bak chang. Mamarazzi now is a pro at making bak chang. Yummy! May I know what is the cost price of making one?

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    1. cost ah...leaves RM8.50 for about 80-100 pieces...eah cahnge use 2. The kacang about RM3-4. The berangan bought around 50 biji...rm7 there about. Egg RM80 per biji. Mushroom RM8 about 15 to 20 pieces. Dried shrimps duno how to count. ALso scallop and dried oyster. haiz...duno la how much...

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  13. Yah, I was wondering mana itu butterfly? Butterfly pot rupa-rupanya hee..hee...The chang looks nice leh! Full of ingredients.

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  14. Good investment. The pot does delivers what it suppose to. The chang's must been heavenly too.

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    1. yea....saves time and most important no need to keep topping up water

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  15. Wah ...hard to find bak Chang now.

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    1. nah...shops still sell bak chang la

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  16. Wah...so fast make bak zhang already ? Well, these days no need to see season / festival anymore hor. Can eat at anytime and anywhere. haha...... Ya....pressure cooker worked amazingly.

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    1. LOL.,...coz new pot mah...people say new toilet LOL

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  17. Thank you so much for the bak zhang Kathy! :)

    It's really delicious!

    Sorry we only managed to get candy for the little boy but if it's any consolation, you're the only person we gave souvenir gifts to beside our immediate family! Haha! We thought, must get Kathy something!

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    1. Your are welcomed. LOL...only two biji

      Thanks for the goodies.

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  18. I don't have bak chang to eat, i am so sad, sob sob...

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  19. Those little butterfly packets look very, very good. I need to try cooking all these ingredients together.

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    1. Those a glutinuous rice. taste good

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  20. Mmmm...... heard a lot about pressure cooker but I've not tried it yet. Seems like a good buy!

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  21. Ooo so fast eat bak chang already. Yummy!

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    1. No la...saja nusy body make coz i have a new pot LOL

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  22. That's lovely, making handmade bak changs for your family. Your family gets to taste good quality bak changs as you will be using good quality ingredients.

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    1. yup...and i can put whatever i love to eat in the bak chang

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  23. bak chang! I love those with lots of groundnuts.

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    1. Groundnuts? I duno what nuts but hentam those that i like :P

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  24. hehe. :)
    I love Ba Zhang!

    mt
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    http://www.facebook.com/meitzeupage

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  25. Semangat betul when we have new pots right. Hehe. At first I thought this post is about The Butterfly rice. ;)

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  26. Luckily i sempat balik..hahah

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    1. LOL.....when the proper festival will make more for u :)

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  27. At first I was thinking is this almost bak zhang festival, so you post about it lo!!!

    I love bak zhang but my mom no longer doing it, because she said it's very troublesome, have to prepare a lot of stuffs!!

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    1. yea a lot of work. but worth it lor. buy outside no liu already rm2.50

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  28. Wah, u really kiasu wor, so early start preparing bak chang, hehe :P

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