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Friday, April 9, 2010

Based on popular demand.

Salam to all,

All right ladies and gentlemen, based on the popular demand ececeh mcmla popular sgt blog ni. hehe asking me to share the Curry Pasta Bake recipe, I'm going to give you the recipe in this entry. Lately, most my entries were about us leaving NZ for good and the events where we had to say good bye to our friends here. I promise you, this is a happier mode entry compared to my previous entries.

Before I give you the recipe, let's see the photo of the dish:


The original recipe was taken from one of Malaysian's magazines; "Majalah Rasa". However, it has been changed a little bit to suit my family's taste. ada sikit2 perasan mcm Chef yg pandai nak ubah suai resipi hehe

Curry Pasta Bake

Ingredients:
300 g pasta (any kind but I love to use macaroni or lasagne)
250 g mince meat
3 tbsp of curry powder (diluted in 3 tbsp of water)
2 large onions
1 clove of garlic (more of you love garlic)
1/2 cup of grated carrots
1/2 cup of peas (or can be replaced with other veges)
Some salt and pepper
375 g/ 1 1/2 cups of fresh milk 
6 eggs (beaten with fork)
1 cup of grated cheese (Parmesan or Edam or your preferable kind)
3 tbsp vegetable oil/ olive oil

 Method: 
1. Preheat your oven at 180 degree Celsius. 
2. Pour the vegetable oil/Olive Oil in a pan and add the minced meat when it's properly heated. Let it brown.
3. Add the onions and garlic. Stir the mixture.
4. Add the curry powder. Stir the ingredients until they are well mixed. You'll get the nice curry smell after that. :D
5. Add the grated carrots and also the peas. Then sprinkle some salt and pepper.
6. Pour the milk when the mixture looks dry enough. Stir for few minutes.
7. Get the baking dish. Pour the mixture into the baking dish.
8. Pour the beaten eggs on top of the mixture. Make sure the whole mixture is covered with the beaten eggs.
9. Sprinkle the grated cheese on top and bake for 40-45 minutes or until the top looks brown.

So, what do you think? Does it looks quite complicated? I think this dish is actually what we used to call "Makaroni Bakar". My playcentre friends expected that I would bring a Malaysian dish but since the said for the potluck party, we were required to bring only a plate of food to be shared, I decided to make this dish. alah kira malaysia punya resipi jugak kan sbb dah tambah serbuk kari. hehe If I were to bring other special dish, I had to bring more than one plate right? They already used to eat fried rice, fried noodles or any kind of Chinese food since there are many immigrants from China who own the Oriental fast food chains.

And now, if you happen to try this recipe, you can alter a bit of here and there to make it your own recipe. That's what the Famous Chefs all over the world have been doing. They don't really come out with their own recipes but they find some old recipes and changed some of the ingredients and the presentation to make it their own. What are you waiting for? Let's get cooking. *wink, wink*.

8 comments:

mommyYen said...

uih..! sedap tu kak nur.pasta is one of my fave..

temp. housewife said...

Sati, apa lg. cubala resipi ni.

Wan Anie said...

boleh cuba ni.... x penah masak cenggini :D

temp. housewife said...

cuba jgn tak cuba Anie.

sirna said...

kak nur ni dah mcm chef la..yang peas tu letak green peas ke?

unlisted_one said...

kalau i try pun, mesti letak cheese byk2 nanti ni. i love cheese!

temp. housewife said...

Fadilah, aah letak green peas.

Nia, boleh je letak banyak2 cheese.

Sari said...

a'ah la..lebih krg mcm buat makaroni bakar..ble taruk sos x kat atas tu..hehe..tq 4 the nice receipe...