Friday, 9 March 2012

Cempedak Goreng



Cempedak is native to southeast Asia. Taste and shape similar to jackfruit. Sweet and juicy, you can eat it raw. I prefer it to be cooked anad normally served during tea time.


Ingredients
Chempedak fruit.

Batter
1 cup  plain flour
1 cup ice flour
1tblsp sugar
1/2 cup of water
1/2 tsp baking powder (optional)
1 tsp salt

Methods
1. Combine all into a bowl. Add water, make sure it's not too watery neither too thick
2. Deep cempedak into batter and deep fry until brown and crispy
3. Served it with 'teh tarik' or coffee...




Note: You can replace Chempedak with either banana or sweet potatoe (cut about 1/2" thick).

3 comments:

PAUL J. Hintersteiner said...

Dear Editor, Author, or persons authorized to give copyright permission.

I am writing to you to get the permission to use your articles in my book The Foodpedia Fresh Fruits and Vegetables books series and other books will follow, on the history of other items in the food world. That will help the people of the world to eat and stay Healthier.

I care and I hope you care about passing on to the new generation to stay Healthier.

(REMEMBER SHARING IS CARING ! )

I am writing these books to “give back” my knowledge to the next generation of people, all over this world. I am writing these books to educate the people about the advantages of eating “Fresh Fruits” and “Fresh Vegetables” and how they can help themselves to have a healthier body, and the foods that are not good for a healthy body.

I got your name from the website. On the Fruit you wrote about. I have your name on the information that I used, so that you will get all the credit on it. I do not want the credit for your works. You’re the one that did all the research on the food items. I have to rely on you for all this knowledge and your researchers.

I praise you for this, that is why I want you to get all the credit you put in to these articles.
I have to rely on your help to teach and training our next generation to live healthier. Then living on all this junk food and all the chemical’s they put into the foods we eat today.
That is why we are the product of this generation of obesity etc. We have to help our new generation to eat and stay healthier so they can have a better life, then being sick and overweight all the time.
The world is changing and we have to change with it NOW for our kid’s sake.

This is the 21st Century NOW, and we have to do something about it NOW!
I am on a movement (mission) of caring and share to help, not to make the same mistake this generation and our pass generations has made, to help them live healthier lives better then we did.

But I need your help to get this mission (movement) going. I need your permission to let this happen, to use your research in food, to train and educate the people of the world to eat healthier.

Remember the people will go to your website for more updates. Because you are always updating it, that I cannot do.
Can you please e-mail the permission letter to authorize me to use your articles in my books (The History of Fresh Fruits. { Foodpedia The History of Fresh Fruit }) I have about 130 chapters of some of the fresh fruit used around the world, with over 5,000 color pictures, and about 5,000 pages).
Can you please email {foodpediapjh@gmail.com } with your permission to use your articles so we can help the this and the next generation to live and be healthier.

Thank You Chef Paul J. Hintersteiner

Enclosed is the website of the articles I need permission on

1.http://icookumakan.blogspot.com/2012/03/chempedak-goreng.html

Anonymous said...

continued

Hi This is the second time I am writing you to get permission to you your article(s) in my book The History of Fresh Fruit. From all over the world. Can you please send me the permission. Thank You Paul

PS: the people of the world should know this, so they can live a better and Healthier life. I am on quest to help this and the next generation. I hope you will join me on the quest. Thank You Paul

I love this saying ("The duty of a good Cuisinier is to transmit to the next generation everything he has learned and experienced."
Fernand Point, 1941) So I am not the only that believes in this Chef Paul

Rokiah Jn said...

Hi Paul J. Hintersteiner,

Sorry for the late reply.

Thank you for the interest of the article in my cooking blog. Im glad that you find it is useful to educate the people about our native fruit. You have my permission to do so.

Thank again.