Sunday, January 13, 2008
My favorite...

This piece is called a Heartfelt Invitation... It's taken from the book Quilts of the Garden. I did
this a few years ago and it is one of my favorite PV pieces!
The pattern is not too hard cos there are not too many floss changes...

Yesterday pulak buat Karipap Pusing.... me memang suka karipap pusing ni. Masa dulu2 selalu tolong my grandma buat... tapi dia tak ikut resipi.... main campak2 aje! So after many many years I decided to try and buat.... this is what it looks like...

Masa canai tu frust jugak cos tak nampak sangat dia punya line2 tu... but after digoreng baru nampak...happy sangat cos menjadi. Tak rugilah duduk dapur berjam-jam! Me also ambik kesempatan to ajar kakak kelim tepi karipap tu...oklah dia buat for a beginner!

This is the recipe....from

Spiral Curry Puff (Speedial)


For water dough:

200g plain flour

125ml water mix with a pinch of salt

1 tbsp shortening

For oil dough:

200g plain flour

100g shortening


To make water dough:Place flour in a mixing bowl. Rub in shortening and add in the water. Knead into a smooth dough.leave aside to rest for 10 minutes. Divide into 24 equal portions.

To make oil dough:Rub shortening or margarine into the flour to form an oily dough. Divide into 24 equal portions.

To combine into pastry:Wrap oil dough inside water dough. Flatten the dough and roll up. Repeat the process. Cut the rolled-up dough into two. Use a rolling pin to press it flat. Shape into a circle. Add filling and seal the sides. Pinch the edges to form a scallop design. Deep fry puffs in medium hot oil.

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  • At January 13, 2008 at 8:42 PM, Blogger Yasmin

    Love the heartfelt Invitation. You always stitch the most beautiful PV designs.. I'm really envious! BTW the karipap pusing looks yummy..At first I read it as karipap pisang( without my dear old specs hahaha ) and I was thinking that this must be a new recipe.. LOL..

  • At January 16, 2008 at 9:35 AM, Blogger sj_xstitch

    hahaha...thanks min...what would we do w/o our specs huh!