Wednesday, April 25, 2007

The Layerings Of The Eleven

Pa's fav goodie of all time, which consumes Fatass's non-quality time and my precious time. It will be soon gone if there's any of these cakes had encaptured his eyes. Elders love layer cakes, all the time. Well, mostly all of them do. Okay, maybe.

People we knew used to call these layer cakes in Bahasa Melayu form. Yes, it's none other than this translated word; kuih lapis. Repeat the whole process of pouring a thin amount of the batter every 10 to 15 mins. That's how the layering works. Try to think of making 20 layers, Fatass Michelle and I would probably drop dead. She'll be the first since she belonged to the fatter side. (*Devilish Grin*)

We managed to do 11 layers, given an insufficient amount of batter we had mixed. Speaking of the batter, I hate to admit that separating the yolks from the whites is sort of tiring. 9 egg yolks and 6 egg whites. Think about it. But the outcome will make you think otherwise. Hear that, Fatass?

Thinly sliced, and stored into ONE tupperware. Just one. That's very few of them though. And in one day, these flat eggy babies were soon gone. Thanks to dad. (*Smiles*)