Continuing the previous post, Checkout the PHILIPS HOME LIVING FACE BOOK PAGE. There is a wealth of recipes, and useful information about the Philips products.
As a kitchen gadget lover, I really really want a PHILIPS AIRFRYER. Who doesn't love deep fried food! If deep frying wasn't unhealthy, AND use so much oil, (somehow I cannot get myself to deep fry anything, because the thought of pouring that amount of oil into a fryer, ...ouch, ..on the wallet, I mean), I'd have deep fried stuff everyday. What I would really love to see is IF the PHILIPS AIRFRYER can fry things like YOO TIAO without the oil! What a feat that would be.
The highlights of the PHILIPS AIRFRYER are that it allows you to fry with air (that sounds facetious), to make food that is crunchy on the outside, and tender on the inside with 80% less fat. Philips unique Rapid Air Technology (RAT) enables you to do that. On top of that, it also works as a convection oven, and you can make cake in it, as we found out with the coconut slice.
So as you can see, the PHILIPS AIRFRYER doubles up as an oven too. I would dearly love to own one of these to try out a variety of stuff...tempura, cucur udang, currypuffs, etc etc. I think it retails for about RM1099.
Our finished coconut slice, which was nice and fudgy, but again, I would reduce the sugar dramatically.
The next fabulous gadget is the PHILIPS SOY MILK MAKER. I cannot believe that someone commented on my FB page that it seemed like too much work. THREE STEPS, honey. Soak Beans, Put in Machine, Filter. If these machines came out in the early 70s, Yeo Hiap Seng might never have made it big.
To demonstrate the use of THIS machine, we made KACANG HIJAU DESSERT.
Almost a three step process. The beans that Puan Marina soaked had actually started sprouting, which was quite cool. Don't worry, you can still use sprouted beans in your dessert.
We were very lucky because the invited bloggers were given one of these babies (a smaller one though) as door gifts, ...in exchange for the hard work of writing these posts.
INCIDENTALLY, the bloggers stand a chance to win a PHILIPS AIRFRYER, based on the subsequent interaction with the general public who read these posts, so send in the questions.
Finally, (and it's a pity I only discovered this PHILIPS PRESSURE COOKER now, after I've bought another brand), the PHILIPS PRESSURE COOKER, which can cook rice in 14 minutes, and makes a wonderful KUZI AYAM in almost the same time.
Literally, just chuck all the ingredients, (the eggs do have to be hard boiled and peeled first), close the lid, and press "SEND". Ooops, select CHICKEN/BEEF and press start.
I honestly intend to use these methods taught by Puan Marina to host a dinner party soon. In fact, I might make the Kacang Hijau Dessert tonight, with my PHILIPS SOYMILK MAKER.
The Smart Kitchen Contest was a two part contest, the first part was at the Cooking Workshop, where teams get judged by their plating skills. PHASE TWO of the contest, which promises a PHILIPS AIRFRYER to BEST ENGAGEMENT ON BLOGS AND SOCIAL NETWORK, so can I shamelessly appeal to all of you to engagggge with me, talk to me, I'm a good listener.