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PostPosted: Thu Feb 09, 2006 11:14 am    Post subject: Tahu Telor(recipe n pic) Reply with quote

Hi,

I found this recipe for Tauhu Telor posted in a forum but it's in Malay. Wondering if any kind soul here can help me translate? It's a bit lengthy, so I'd really appreciate any help! Thanks!

"Bahan2 Utama
4 pkt tahu telor (soft egg tauhu) di potong dadu dlm 2 inchi besar
6 biji telor ayam
3 sudu makan tepung jagung
sedikit garam

Sos
1/2 cwn kicap manis
5 ulas bawang putih
sedikit lada padi (ikut suka lerrrr tahap kepedasan u all)
(blend dan masak sekejap atas api sederhana)

Bahan hiasan
Hirisan halus lobak merah
Hirisan halus Timun
Kacang tanah goreng yg dah di tumbuk/blend kasar2

Cara Memasak:
Panaskan minyak makan di dlm kuali melengkung/periuk dan masukkan calong (cara buat calong ada kat bawah tu) tuk tahu telor tadi - biarkan seketika (pastikan minyak tu banyak dan menutupi hampir 3/4 of the calong tadi).

Pukul telor ayam bersama garam & tepung jagung. Masukkan tahu tadi.

Tuangkan bancuhan tadi ke dlm calong tadi (agak2 3/4 penuh).

Kepanasan minyak tadi akan membuat telur tadi membuak2 keluar dari calong tadi jgn panik tau... api di kecilkan sedikit, ambil senduk dan kaup limpahan telor tadi dan jiruskan balik dlm calong tadi...continue menjirus minyak ke dalam calong tadi hingga telor tu garing. tanggalkan calong tadi dan biarkan tahu tadi di dlm minyak panas hingga sekeliling tahu tu garing. Dah garing.. apa lagi angkat lerrr dan tos minyak berlebihan.

Cara menghidangkan:
letakkan tahu tadi di atas pinggan... hiaskan dgn hirisan timun dan lobak merah tadi dan taburkan sedikit kacang..... tuangkan sos si atasnya....

Cara buat calong tuk tahu telor
Ambil tin susu manis yg besar sikit tu atau tin mentega chap tong, buang penutup atas dan bwh

a few tips to those yg nak mencuba resepi ni..

kalau takde egg tofu, boleh di gantikan dgn silken tofu dan tambahkan sedikit oyster sos(dlm 1 sdm) dlm bancuhan telor.
tapi kalau pakai tahu biasa.. mmg tak sesuai.

sebaiknya, pakai tin yg lebar dan rendah... seperti dlm original resepi I di atas...
di nasihatkan pakai tin marjerin (bukan mentega) Planta or tin chap tong tu kerana both tin bukan sahaja sizenya just nice.. tapi tak berapa tinggi dan mudahlah u all nak mengoreng nanti.

bila minyak panas, masukkan tin tadi dulu dan biarkan sebentar dlm minyak agar sekeliling tin panas, barulah tuang adunan tahu bersama telor tadi, kerana bila tin tu panas taklah melekat sgt kat tepi2 tu kan.. dan semasa tuang adunan tu.. hati2 kerana ada percikan dan telor tadi akan melimpah ruah... just angkut yg melimpah2 tu dan masukkan ke dalam calong tadi sambil di tekan2 sedikit tuk memampatkan tahu telor tadi.

hmm.. sebaiknya api jangan terlalu besar kerana nanti di luar garing dlm tak masak ldan jgn terlalu kecil coz nanti byk sgt minyak bertakung...

I dpt a few feedback dari mereka2 yg dah cuba.. katanya lembik dan leper...
tuk pengetahuan sukatan pkt yg I tulis di resepi tu ialah those in tube form ...
kalau yg anda gunakan tu lain sedikit.. adjust accordingly the qty of the telor..
tuk pengimbangan mudah, kalau u dah potong dadu the tofu tu.... dan masukkan ke dlm mangkok.. qty telor bila di tuang kedlm mangkok berisi tofu tu, must be just abt the same height. Insya'allah.. your tahu telor will come out perfect"
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PostPosted: Thu Feb 09, 2006 12:15 pm    Post subject: Re: Translation Help Needed for Recipe - Malay to English Reply with quote

Translated *updated* Smile

"Bahan2 Utama
[Ingredients]
4 pkt tahu telor (soft egg tauhu) di potong dadu dlm 2 inchi besar
[4 pkt egg tofu cut into cubes about 2 inches]
6 biji telor ayam
[6 eggs]
3 sudu makan tepung jagung
[3 tbsp cornstarch/cornflour]
sedikit garam
[pinch of salt]

Sos
[Sauce]
1/2 cwn kicap manis
[1/2 cup sweet sauce - this one is not the chinese sweet sauce. Get the kipas udang brand]
5 ulas bawang putih
[5 cloves garlic]
sedikit lada padi (ikut suka lerrrr tahap kepedasan u all)
[a bit of birds eye chilli (chilli padi) - up to you how spicy you want]
(blend dan masak sekejap atas api sederhana)
[blend everything and heat it over medium heat]

Bahan hiasan
[Garnishing]
Hirisan halus lobak merah
[carrot, julienned]
Hirisan halus Timun
[cucumber, julienned]
Kacang tanah goreng yg dah di tumbuk/blend kasar2
[ground roasted peanuts]

Cara Memasak:
[Method]
Panaskan minyak makan di dlm kuali melengkung/periuk dan masukkan
calong (cara buat calong ada kat bawah tu) tuk tahu telor tadi - biarkan seketika (pastikan minyak tu banyak dan menutupi hampir 3/4 of the calong tadi).
[Heat oil in a pot and immerse the mould for the tahu telur. Leave it in (make sure the oil covers at least 3/4 of the mould)]

Pukul telor ayam bersama garam & tepung jagung. Masukkan tahu tadi.
[Beat eggs, salt and cornstarch. Add tofu]

Tuangkan bancuhan tadi ke dlm calong tadi (agak2 3/4 penuh).
[Pour mixture into the mould (about 3/4 full)]

Kepanasan minyak tadi akan membuat telur tadi membuak2 keluar dari calong tadi jgn panik tau... api di kecilkan sedikit, ambil senduk dan kaup limpahan telor tadi dan jiruskan balik dlm calong tadi...continue menjirus minyak ke dalam calong tadi hingga telor tu garing. tanggalkan calong tadi dan biarkan tahu tadi di dlm minyak panas hingga sekeliling tahu tu garing. Dah garing.. apa lagi angkat lerrr dan tos minyak berlebihan.
[The heat from the oil will cause the egg to overflow but don't panic.. lower the fire, take a scoop and scoop the overflowing egg and pour it back into the mould. Continue pouring the hot oil into the mould till the egg is crispy. Remove mould and let the tofu in the oil till the sides are crispy. Once brown and crispy, remove from oil and drain it]

Cara menghidangkan:
[To serve]
letakkan tahu tadi di atas pinggan... hiaskan dgn hirisan timun dan lobak merah tadi dan taburkan sedikit kacang..... tuangkan sos si atasnya....
[Place tofu on a plate, garnish with cucumber and carrot and sprinkle ground peanuts. Pour sauce over]

Cara buat calong tuk tahu telor
[Ways to make the mould for tahu telor]
Ambil tin susu manis yg besar sikit tu atau tin mentega chap tong, buang penutup atas dan bwh
[Get a big condensed milk tin or golden churn tin, remove the top and bottom]

a few tips to those yg nak mencuba resepi ni..
[some tips for those who wants to try this recipe]
kalau takde egg tofu, boleh di gantikan dgn silken tofu dan tambahkan sedikit oyster sos(dlm 1 sdm) dlm bancuhan telor.
tapi kalau pakai tahu biasa.. mmg tak sesuai.
[If no egg tofu, can replace with silken tofu and add a bit of oyster sauce abt 1 tsp into the egg mixture. Not suitable to use the normal tofu]

sebaiknya, pakai tin yg lebar dan rendah... seperti dlm original resepi I di atas...
[Best is to use the mould that is wide and low like in the original recipe above]
di nasihatkan pakai tin marjerin (bukan mentega) Planta or tin chap tong tu kerana both tin bukan sahaja sizenya just nice.. tapi tak berapa tinggi dan mudahlah u all nak mengoreng nanti.
[advised to use planta majerine tin (not butter) or golden churn because not only the size is just nice but not that high hence easier to fry later]

bila minyak panas, masukkan tin tadi dulu dan biarkan sebentar dlm minyak agar sekeliling tin panas, barulah tuang adunan tahu bersama telor tadi, kerana bila tin tu panas taklah melekat sgt kat tepi2 tu kan.. dan semasa tuang adunan tu.. hati2 kerana ada percikan dan telor tadi akan melimpah ruah... just angkut yg melimpah2 tu dan masukkan ke dalam calong tadi sambil di tekan2 sedikit tuk memampatkan tahu telor tadi.
[when oil is hot, immerse the tin first and leave it for a while to heat the sides then only pour the tofu+egg mixture because if the mould is hot, the mixture will not stick to the side that much and when you are pouring the mixture, be extra careful because the mixture may overflow. Just scoop the overflow mixture and pour it back into the mould at the same time press the top a little to pack the tahu telor]

hmm.. sebaiknya api jangan terlalu besar kerana nanti di luar garing dlm tak masak ldan jgn terlalu kecil coz nanti byk sgt minyak bertakung...
[Don't use high heat because it may brown too fast but the inside may not be thoroughly cooked and don't use too low fire because it will be too oily]

I dpt a few feedback dari mereka2 yg dah cuba.. katanya lembik dan leper...
[the feedback i got from those who tried, the result was too soft and flat]
tuk pengetahuan sukatan pkt yg I tulis di resepi tu ialah those in tube form ...
[for infor, the tofu used in the ones in tube]
kalau yg anda gunakan tu lain sedikit.. adjust accordingly the qty of the telor..
[if using something different, adjust accordingly the qty of the eggs]
tuk pengimbangan mudah, kalau u dah potong dadu the tofu tu.... dan masukkan ke dlm mangkok.. qty telor bila di tuang kedlm mangkok berisi tofu tu, must be just abt the same height. Insya'allah.. your tahu telor will come out perfect"
[For easy estimation, if you cube the tofu and put them into a bowl, the quantity of the egg when poured into the same bowl with the tofu must be just about the same height. Your tahu telur will come out perfect]


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PostPosted: Thu Feb 09, 2006 12:53 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Hi Zurynee,

Thank you very much for your help! *muaks*
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PostPosted: Thu Feb 09, 2006 12:57 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Wah, I love tahu telor! Toon, if you try out the recipe, would you mind posting the result?

Thanks so much, Zurynee, for translating for us.
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PostPosted: Thu Feb 09, 2006 1:06 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Hi Alyssa,

Definitely I will post up the result. But you gotta be patient okie? I don't think I'll be trying out this recipe so soon yah?
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PostPosted: Thu Feb 09, 2006 1:12 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Thanks, Toon. No problem... take your time. I'm in no hurry too... currently on a diet austerity drive after all that festive feasting :roll:
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PostPosted: Thu Feb 09, 2006 1:49 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Toon,
what a surprise! Very Happy
The resepi u put up is from me on another website.

let me know if you need any help on doing it.
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PostPosted: Thu Feb 09, 2006 1:54 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Zu,
thank you for translating this. I really appreciate it! muahhhsssss

just an amendments, hope you don't mind.

sedikit lada padi (ikut suka lerrrr tahap kepedasan u all)
[a bit of pepper - up to you how spicy you want]

This should be bird eye chillies.




I would really recommend all of you to use the Golden Churn tin if you want to try this or alternatively buy the ready made mould. as it comes with a handle for easy handling. I will snap a photo tonite and paste here.
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PostPosted: Thu Feb 09, 2006 2:02 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Hi lynn_m,

What a small world we have! Smile I will definitely come back here for help if I run into problems!
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PostPosted: Thu Feb 09, 2006 3:06 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

lynn_m wrote:
Zu,
thank you for translating this. I really appreciate it! muahhhsssss

just an amendments, hope you don't mind.

sedikit lada padi (ikut suka lerrrr tahap kepedasan u all)
[a bit of pepper - up to you how spicy you want]

This should be bird eye chillies.




I would really recommend all of you to use the Golden Churn tin if you want to try this or alternatively buy the ready made mould. as it comes with a handle for easy handling. I will snap a photo tonite and paste here.


Opps Embarassed thanks for pointing out the error ;)

Zu
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PostPosted: Tue Feb 28, 2006 12:18 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

lynn_m wrote:


I would really recommend all of you to use the Golden Churn tin if you want to try this or alternatively buy the ready made mould. as it comes with a handle for easy handling. I will snap a photo tonite and paste here.


Hi Lynn, can you snap a picture of the mould and where did you purchased it.

I somehow do not feel comfortable with a golden churn or planta tin as the tin is coated with paint. Heating it in oil may be toxic!
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PostPosted: Wed Mar 01, 2006 8:51 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

ok rusti...
I will try to remember to snap it 2nite..
usually, by the time I reach home.. the only thing on my mine is my bed... hehehehehee
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PostPosted: Wed Mar 08, 2006 11:50 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Finally... I remember to take the photo of the mould for the tahu telor..
aiyah.. what time is it now huh?? hahahahah
lucky I'm not too lazy tonight.. hahahaha

soo here you go...







Hope this helps.. I bought it from a shop (the shophouses a few shops away from Restaurant Hajah Maimunah) opposite Joo Chiat Complex. I think price is appx S$7 ea.
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PostPosted: Thu Mar 09, 2006 8:31 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Hi Lynn_m, thanks for the photo. Better late than never right. I thot you have forgotten and then i was too paiseh to 'chase' you.

Thanks again.
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PostPosted: Thu Mar 09, 2006 9:09 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Rusti wrote:
Hi Lynn_m, thanks for the photo. Better late than never right. I thot you have forgotten and then i was too paiseh to 'chase' you.

Thanks again.



hehehehe Rusti...
I did forgotten laaaa..(age is really catching up wif me Razz)
but yesterday, while watching Top American Model.... my brain suddenly remembered abt the mould.

this mould would give your egg telor a good hold.
Make sure you put in enough corn flour in the egg mixture to hold the tofu together. When filing up, just fill up to 3/4 of the mould. and keep scopping the hot oil to pour into the mould (see the recipe & instructions)
and you will get a firm on the outside and smooth in the inside tahu telor.

something like in this picture.

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PostPosted: Thu Mar 09, 2006 9:26 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Very nice tahu telor Lynn. Sanur can close shop lor.

I was wondering what was it in American Next Top Model that trigger your memory for this mould. Why? One of the girls look like an egg or someone has skin as smooth as tahu. :lol:
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PostPosted: Thu Mar 09, 2006 9:54 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

hahahahaha... Rusti..
god knows.. what trigger my mind to remember the tahu telor..maybe the smooth skin they have is as smooth as a hardboil egg.. hahahahahaa
:lol:


anyway.. the picture of the tahu telor is not one done by me lahhh
I found it on the internet.. Embarassed Embarassed Embarassed
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PostPosted: Thu Mar 16, 2006 1:40 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Made Tahu Telor for dinner yesterday. Smile



My kids & dh loved it so much. :lol: I'm just happy that it turned out well. Very Happy
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PostPosted: Thu Mar 16, 2006 2:41 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Wow, the tauhu telor churned out by everyone here are impressive! I'm really drooling over all of the pics. Looks like I started a tauhu telor craze with this post! Ashamed to say that I'm not even likely to try out this dish so soon. Embarassed
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PostPosted: Thu Mar 16, 2006 2:56 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Lynn your tahu telor looks really good. I can't find any similar mould here in Holland like yours Embarassed . Hopefully a miracle will happen soon and I can find the mould soon.
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PostPosted: Thu Mar 16, 2006 3:03 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

yummybear wrote:
Lynn your tahu telor looks really good. I can't find any similar mould here in Holland like yours Embarassed . Hopefully a miracle will happen soon and I can find the mould soon.


Yummybear, you can use those can's preferably without any paint as the mould. Just remove the top and bottom but of course you need to use a tongs to remove the mould when you are frying it.

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PostPosted: Thu Mar 16, 2006 4:02 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

My neighbour uses condensed milk can to make cute-sized tauhu telor. Wink
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PostPosted: Thu Mar 16, 2006 4:05 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

lazyg3r
that was what I was about to suggest also.. condense milk tin
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PostPosted: Thu Mar 16, 2006 5:15 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

yummybear wrote:
Lynn your tahu telor looks really good. I can't find any similar mould here in Holland like yours Embarassed . Hopefully a miracle will happen soon and I can find the mould soon.



YES YUMMYBEAR...
ZU IS RIGHT, YOU CAN USE ANY TIN CAN.. JUST GET RID OF THE TOP & BOTTOM AND WALLAAAAAA.. YOU'RE GOOD TO GO.

BEFORE I BOUGHT THE MOULD .. I USE THE CHURN BUTTER CAN AS PREFER IT TO BE A BIT SHORTER AND A BIT BIGGER IN THE DIAMETER.
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PostPosted: Thu Mar 16, 2006 5:20 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

currycraze wrote:
Made Tahu Telor for dinner yesterday. Smile



My kids & dh loved it so much. :lol: I'm just happy that it turned out well. Very Happy



HI CURRYCRAZE,
GLAD YOU FAMILY LOVE IT...
YOUR TAHU TELOR LOOKS YUMMY!
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