12 November 2010

Coffee Reduces Risk of Cancer Endometrium

A group of researchers from the Karolinska Institute, Stockholm, Sweden-, Friberg E, Orsini N, Mantzoros CS, Wolk A and found that coffee can reduce the risk of endometrial cancer, especially in those who consumed at least four cups of coffee a day, compared with their who drank less coffee.

Each additional number of cups of coffee drunk associated with a 10 percent reduced risk of endometrial cancer. Coffee may reduce risk of endometrial cancer expected because the coffee can reduce insulin levels and estrogen, which is associated with the development of endometrial cancer. Nevertheless, only two prospective studies that explore regarding this hypothesis.

Data derived from the Swedish Mammography Cohort, a prospective study of population-based cohort of 60.634 women who were followed for approximately 17 years, 677 were diagnosed with endometrial cancer type adenocarcinoma. After investigation regarding coffee consumption and risk of endometrial cancer, it was found that there was a significant interaction between coffee consumption and body mass index.

The data states that coffee consumption is associated with a reduced risk of endometrial cancer, especially in women with excess body weight.

Friberg suggested that similar studies should be performed using Decaffeinate or decaffeinated coffee for to separate the effects of caffeinated coffee with decaf.

Keep in mind also that caffeine is not always profitable, because too much caffeine consumption (approximately 600 mg or equivalent to 6 cups of coffee) may experience unpleasant symptoms such as palpitations, nervousness, sweating, anxiety, stomach feels uncomfortable, until difficulty sleeping.

25 October 2010

Fried Spicy Eggplant

Materials :
2 pieces of eggplant
3 eggs, beaten off
wheat flour as necessary
salt to taste
pepper to taste
sesame oil to taste
3 tsp cooking oil

Subtle Seasonings:
6 pcs red chilli
½ red tomatoes
4 pcs Cayenne pepper
4 cloves shallots
½ tsp salt
sugar to taste

Preparation :
  1. Clean the eggplant, then cut each tilted approximately 1 cm and season with sesame oil, salt and pepper.
  2. Dip eggplant into beaten egg then roll in flour and then fried until cooked, set aside.
  3. Stir-fry ground ingredients until fragrant aroma and dry, and enter the eggplant had been fried, stir until blended. Lift.

29 September 2010

Fish Sausage (Sosis Kakap) Recipe

fillet kakap fish (big fish), pounded
Carrots, peel it, remove the center part, then cut it like match stick
Coconut milk
garlic, pounded
pepper, salt
egg, stir it, make thin omelette

  1. Mix fish fillet with pounded garlic and coconut milk
  2. Spice it with pepper and salt
  3. Dab the fish the dough on the omelette
  4. Arrange the carrot and stringbean on the middle of the omelette then roll it become sausage
  5. Steam it until cooked

Ayam Kecap Express (Express Sweet Soy sauce Chicken) Recipe

1 chicken (cut it as you wish)
4 clove garlic, chop it
1 tomato, cut it like dice
1 clove Onion, slice it
4 – 7 tsp sweet soy sauce
Pepper powder at sufficiently
Salt at sufficiently
1 stalk spring onion, chop it


  1. Saute garlic and onion first until they withered then put tomato in.
  2. Put Chicken the chicken in, and stir it with the onion and garlic.
  3. Add pepper powder and sweet soy sauce, stir it until the sauce spread evenly, then add salt and water.
  4. Allow it until the chicken become soft and the sweet soy sauce absorb into the meat. Note: if the chicken has already boiled first (soft already), you can put the broth.
  5. Put the chopped spring onion a moment before the chicken lifted, stir it up for a while.
  6. Serve it on the plate
  7. while still hot.

07 August 2010

Food Decoration for Sausage

Decorating Sausage like octodog (hot dog octopus)
Find out how to make octodog the complete method and step by step .

Octodog is a mini-sausage shaped like an octopus.
Sausage Types: First, I looked at some commonly available sausages. From the left, there’s a mini cocktail sausage (Smoked Beef cocktail sausages from Costco), half of a regular American hot dog (Ball Park Franks), and a Japanese Kurobuta arabiki pork sausage (JFC brand) that I picked up at a local Japanese market. You can see that they’re different sizes, but a not-so-obvious difference is that the arabiki sausage uses a natural sausage casing that helps the octodog legs curl when cooked (and gives it a crunch when you bite into it).
  1. Cutting : First, cut the hot dog into half. You can actually use the entire hot dog if you want really long tentacles. I’ve even done a 3/4 and 1/4 size for a mommy and baby octodog. Using a sharp knife, make a slit in the middle and down till almost 3/4 way down to create the “legs” of the octopus.
  2. Then make a few more additional slits till you get 8 legs. Sometimes I use a scissors to make those slits especially when I am making a baby octodog. The knife can get a little slippery, so I find it easier just to snip with a scissors.
  3. Cooking: Dump the hotdog into a pot of boiling water. As it sits in the boiling water, the tentacles will start curling up. There’s another method: you can fried the sausage in a shallow pan with a half cup of water to help the legs curl. The deeper water conducts heat more thoroughly throughout the sausage, which is key for hot dogs that need a little extra help. Simply pan-frying the hot dogs without water doesn’t seem to apply even enough heat to help the legs curl nicely.
  4. Decoration: For the eyes & mouth of your octodogs, stick black sesame seeds or onion seeds onto the head with a little honey, or use cream cheese or another sticky spread to affix little round cutouts of sliced cheese and nori to make eyes and mouths.
  5. And you’ll have the Octodog!!! Have fun making these!!

05 April 2010

Bolognaise Tuna Noodle

Ingredients :
1 pack instant Japan noodle
500 ml chicken broth
1sp vegetable oil

Bolognaise Tuna NoodleTopping :
2 sp vegetable oil
2 clove garlic, chop it
1 can tuna in vegetable oil
1 can mushroom, slice it thinly
3 sp instant prego
1 tsp tomato paste
50 ml chicken broth

Preparation :
  1. Boil the chicken broth, then put the Japan noodle in it, cook it until soft, lift it up and rinse it.
  2. Fire up the vegetable oil, then sauté the garlic until smells good, add tuna and all other ingredients, mix it until the ingredients absorbed, lift it up.
  3. Serve it while still hot.

01 April 2010

Bamboo Shoot Chicken Fried Rice

Ingredients :
250 gram chicken meat, slice it thinly
150 gram bamboo shoot, slice it like match

Ingredients for the rice :
25 gram rice
1 cm ginger, slice it
1/2 sp broth powder

The sauce :
2 sp soya sauce
2 sp garlic oil
1 tsp sugar
1 sp sesame oil
2 sp boiled water
1/4 tsp pepper powder

Ingredients for the chicken :
Broth at sufficient
1 sp cooking oil
1 1/2 tsp salt

Preparation :
  1. Cook the rice with broth, cooking oil and salt. Cook it until all the water absorbed. Allow it for 10 minutes.
  2. The sauce: Mix all ingredients, cook it until boiled, mix it, then lift it up.
  3. Put the chicken into the merge sauce, allow it for 10 minutes.
  4. Steam the rice for 15 minutes until cooked.
  5. Mix the rice with the chicken, bamboo shoot and broth powder. Fry it until mix well, add soya sauce then mix it again.
  6. Serve it.

30 March 2010

Red Beans Meat Spinach

Ingredients :
Red Beans Meat Spinach125 gram spinach
200 gram tenderloin, cut it 1.5 x 1.5 x 1.5 cm
½ onion, slice it
2 clove garlic, chop it
2 red chili pepper, cut it 2 cm
50 gram dry red beans, put into pressure cooker until cooked
2 tsp soya sauce
1 sp sweet soya sauce
1/2 tsp salt
1/4 tsp pepper powder
1/4 tsp sugar
250 ml water

Red Beans Meat SpinachPreparation :
  1. Saute the onion, garlic and red chili until smell good. Add the chicken meat, cook it until the color change.
  2. Put the red beans into it, mix it. Add soya sauce, sweet soya sauce, salt, pepper powder and sugar. Put the water in it, then cook it until cooked.
  3. Add spinach, cook until absorbed.

25 March 2010

Fried Coriander Shrimp

Ingredients :
250 gram peeled shrimp, leave the tail and slice the back
1 tsp lime squash
1/2 tsp fish sauce
1/2 tsp pepper powder
Cooking oil

Fried Coriander ShrimpIngredient to dip :
150 gram wheat flour
25 gram corn starch
1 tsp garlic powder
1 sp coriander leaf cut into small pieces
1/2 tsp salt
1 tsp baking powder
1/2 sp cooking oil
225 ml cold water

Complement :
Bangkok chili sauce

Preparation :
  1. Merge shrimp into the lime squash, fish sauce and pepper powder. Allow it for 10 minutes.
  2. Dip it into dipped ingredients and left the tail.
  3. Fry it until cooked.

24 March 2010

Lesser Galangal Egg

Lesser Galangal EggIngredients :
6 egg, fry it
3 sheet lime leaf, chopped
1 stalk lemongrass, chopped
2 green chili pepper, slice it every 1/2 cm
2 tsp sweet soya sauce
1 tsp salt
1/4 tsp pepper powder
1/2 tsp sugar
225 ml water
1/2 tsp lime squash
1 sp cooking oil

Lesser Galangal EggSpices :
3 cm Lesser Galangal
2 tsp dried prawn
2 garlic
4 shallots
2 candle nut

Preparation :
  1. Warm up the cooking oil. Saute all the spices, lime leaf and lemongrass until smells good. Add green chili pepper and cook it until fade.
  2. Add the fried egg, mix it. Add sweet soya sauce, salt, pepper powder and sugar, mix it.
  3. Add water then cook it until the spices absorbed. Add lime squash. Mix it.

23 March 2010

Sweet Spicy Saute Crab

Ingredients :
Sweet Spicy Saute Crab6 pcs crabs, wash it clean then boil it
1 pcs pineapple, cut it
75 gram Cashew, fry it
6 sp tomato paste
5 sp chili sauce
1/2 Red Paprika, cut it small
1/2 Onion, slice it
3 cloves garlic, slice it
salt at sufficient
1/2 tsp pepper powder
3 sp sugar
75 gram margarine

Preparation :
  1. Melt the margarine, then sauté the onion and garlic until smell good.
  2. Add red paprika, then mix it.
  3. Add chili sauce, tomato paste, salt, pepper and sugar. Mix it until homogenous, and cook it until all the ingredients cooked.
  4. Put the crab and pineapple in it, cook it.
  5. Add cashew, mix and cook it until all the spices absorb.
  6. Serve it.