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Ferment kimchi with Panasonic Electric Oven

 

Packed with all goodness of lactobacillus and super rich in flavour, the sophisticated taste from kimchi is produced with very simple and affordable ingredients. And albeit the variation of kimchi types, they all do not stray far from the basic techniques of brining and fermenting. And the recent addition of my electrical appliance made fermentation good and easy for my kimchi batches. The new Panasonic Electric Oven NB- H3800SK (RRP: RM 669) comes simple analog knobs to simplify operations for users and this automatic Fermentation function produces optimum environment of warmth for products to be fermented. Most importantly, the oven enclosure creates a draft-free environment so items undergoin fermentation do not dry out. We know how perfect that would be for bread proofing. I know I am super loving it!

 

1.Ferment kimchi with Panasonic Electric Oven

 

Here is the recipe for this simple kimchi recipe that I make all the time when I need things to be quick and fast. This one is replacing napa cabbage with our local round cabbage. I bought mine from Cameron organic farm but any regular round cabbages would work equally great. Round green cabbages are thicker and crunchier and a lot sweeter than napa cabbages when turning thme into kimchi.

 

This recipe makes 1.5 L kimchi :

 

Ingredinets and methods:
Chop and dice a medium sized cabbage (approximately 1.2kg) into 1-2 inch pieces and sprinkle 3 Tbs coarse salt evenly all over the pieces of cabbages and let it sit while making sure to be tossing it once or twice within the 2 hours. Wash and rinse twice and drain well before mixing the mixture of chili paste.

 

2.Ferment kimchi with Panasonic Electric Oven

 

For the mixture of chili paste, put together 50 g julienne radish and 1-2 leek (optional) , some chives and spring onion, the blend of all 1 inch knob of ginger, 3 Tbs shrimp sauce, 1 pear, quarter cup of hot chili pepper flakes, half yellow onion, ¼ cup chopped garlic and glutinous rice paste ( cook ¼ cup glutinous rice flour with 1.5 cup water on stove till gooey) .

 

3.Ferment kimchi with Panasonic Electric Oven
4.Ferment kimchi with Panasonic Electric Oven

 

Mix and pack everything into jar and ferment in oven for 1.5 hours.

 

5.Ferment kimchi with Panasonic Electric Oven

 

Eat this as it is, or store in fridge to eat it as a cold side dish. Along with amazing nutritional value, kimchi can also be used as ingredients to also cook many other delicious dishes.

 

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D’Ark’s Roasted Beetroot Salad inspired, with Panasonic Electric Oven

 

Cooking and meal prepping can be a hassle at times but if you want to serve the best nutrition then nothing beats home cooking dishes. It is a great way to eat healthier and more affordable. But the hassle of cleaning and washing could be another disagreeable thought at times. To offer a break from washing a sink full of pots and pans, why not cook with the oven? This is a dish inspired from my recent visit to D’ark in Bangkok and with a little tweak of ingredients; this could be a good starter or even a great sharing portion if you are throwing a party.

 

1.Citrus beet salad with truffle oil - D’Ark’s Roasted Beetroot Salad inspired, with Panasonic Electric Oven

 

I’m remaking their beetroot salad and although it is simplicity personified, cooking still scream of effort to many people. Fret not; all you need in this recipe is your oven, and a baking pan. You can eat right from the pan to minimise more washing but I love plating my dishes so I don’t mind washing an extra plate. LOL.

 

2.Citrus beet salad with truffle oil - D’Ark’s Roasted Beetroot Salad inspired, with Panasonic Electric Oven

 

The recipe is basically super simple – Baby beets simply roasted to bring out their sweetness need just the barest drench of olive oil and a sprinkling of fresh herbs.

 

4.Citrus beet salad with truffle oil - D’Ark’s Roasted Beetroot Salad inspired, with Panasonic Electric Oven
5.Citrus beet salad with truffle oil - D’Ark’s Roasted Beetroot Salad inspired, with Panasonic Electric Oven

 

Ingredients:

 

• 10 baby beets each 1 to 1 1/2 inches in diameter unpeeled all but 1 inch of tops trimmed, rinse. (Can be subsitude with 1 large beet of approximately 450g, peeled and cut into 1 inch cube size.
• 2 large fresh sage sprigs, plus additional sprigs for garnish, and some thyme
• 1 tablespoons unsalted butter
• 1/4 cup olive oil
• 1 tsp white truffle oil (optional)
• Kyubu orange yogurt Japanese style Cheese Cubes (can be replaced with mild cheddar cheese)

 

7.Citrus beet salad with truffle oil - D’Ark’s Roasted Beetroot Salad inspired, with Panasonic Electric Oven
8.Citrus beet salad with truffle oil - D’Ark’s Roasted Beetroot Salad inspired, with Panasonic Electric Oven
9.Citrus beet salad with truffle oil - D’Ark’s Roasted Beetroot Salad inspired, with Panasonic Electric Oven

 

Serve this with dollop of Greek yogurt, some orange cuts for the extra zesty aroma and a grate of orange zest.

 

Preparation

 

Preheat oven to 200°c. Place beets in roasting pan. Melt butter and add herbs onto the beets. Drizzle olive oil to coat generously and thoroughly before covering pan tightly with foil to roast for about 30 minutes. The new Panasonic Electric Oven NB- H3800SK (RRP: RM 669) comes with double insulated glass door to keep the temperature high internally but does not cause a burn when accidentally touching the door from the outside.

 

6.Citrus beet salad with truffle oil - D’Ark’s Roasted Beetroot Salad inspired, with Panasonic Electric Oven

 

Sprinkle a dash of sea salt, let it cool and serve either on plate with or without garnishing with additional thyme sprigs or directly from the roasting pan. Also drizzle truffle oil to complete this amazing appetizer.

 

3.Citrus beet salad with truffle oil - D’Ark’s Roasted Beetroot Salad inspired, with Panasonic Electric Oven

 

Also read about other #CookingWithPanasonic recipes and don’t forget to eat home as much as possible for cleaner and better food. Click HERE for other recipes and home cooking.

 

Panasonic Cooking House is located at:

 

173 Jalan Maarof, Bangsar
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 59000
Tel: 03-2202 3330

 

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Baking with Panasonic Cooking

Panasonic Cooking House Workshop

 

It’s national dessert day and when else is best to share this dessert recipe I recently obtained at the Panasonic Cooking House Workshop led by Chef Collin Lim if not today? Those who followed my insta stories would have probably seen me posting stories from the event itself but to those who have not; this one is a keeper.

 

1.Panasonic Cooking House Workshop

2.Panasonic Cooking House Workshop

 

Together with Panasonic Cooking, we made Unicorn Cupcakes and this easy recipe makes 7 of them.

 

5.Panasonic Cooking House Workshop

3.Panasonic Cooking House Workshop

4.Panasonic Cooking House Workshop

 

Ingredients for cupcake:

 

110 g plain flour
1.5 tsp baking powder
125 g butter
100 g castor sugar
2 eggs
0.5 tsp vanilla essence
2 tbsp milk

 

6.Panasonic Cooking House Workshop

7.Panasonic Cooking House Workshop

 

Ingredients for toppings :

 

White fondant Buttercream in various pastel colours Edible gold dust Black edible marker

 

Method:
1. Preheat Panasonic Electric Oven to 180°C on upper and lower tubes.
2. In a bowl, sieve together flour and baking powder.
3. In a separate bowl, cream the butter and sugar until white and fluffy.
4. Add eggs one at a time, creaming well in between each addition. Stir in vanilla essence.
5. Fold in flour mixture. Stir in milk. Be careful not to overmix.
6. Fill cupcake cups to about 2/3 full and place them onto baking tray.
7. Bake for 20 — 25 minutes or until cooked. Cool.
8. Decorate with fondant and buttercream — Make horns (push a toothpick halfway into each horn) and ears out of fondant and dust with gold dust, then leave to dry. Cover the cupcakes with rounds of rolled fondant. Attach the horns to the cupcakes. Pipe buttercream stars around the horns and attach the ears. Finish off with drawing the eyes.

 

8.Panasonic Cooking House Workshop

 

We had a lot of fun here and the cupcakes were baked beautifully and evenly with Panasonic ‘s newly launched 38L electric oven. Barking made easy and swift with utensils by Chefology and Chef Collin did a fantastic job guiding us through the workshop.

 

9.Panasonic Cooking House Workshop

 

Panasonic is celebrating the launch of their latest addition in their electrical appliances, the Panasonic Electric Oven NB-H3800SSK. Retail pricing at RM 669, Panasonic Cooking hosted this baking workshop at 1Utama with the tag line “Greater Flavours with Little Effort” and fellow influences are getting a glimpse of the easy to use and comprehensive functions the oven can offer. This Unicorn Cupcake recipe is one of the 12 recipes featured in the “Delightful Meals” ebook and at the same time, we also baked the salted egg yolk cheesecake with cornflakes crust to commemorate product partnership with Kellogg’s Malaysia for this event. Here’s the recipe for Salted Egg Yolk Cheesecake with Kellogg’s Corn Flakes Crust.

 

10.Panasonic Cooking House Workshop

11.Panasonic Cooking House Workshop

 

Makes 4 cheesecakes

 

Ingredients for the cheesecake:
250 g cream cheese
50 g sugar
8 g cornflour
3 egg yolks
55 g cream
1/8 tsp salt

 

Ingredients for the salted egg yolk filling:
2 salted egg yolks (fully cooked, use egg yolk only)
20 g butter
18 g icing sugar
13 g custard powder
5 g cornflour
9 ml evaporated milk

 

Ingredients for the base:
75 g Kellogg’s Corn Flakes
35 g melted butter

 

For garnish, some Chicken floss

 

Method:
1. Preheat Panasonic Electric Oven to 180°C on upper and lower tubes.
2. To make the base, grind Kellogg’s Corn Flakes into powder.
3. Combine corn flakes powder and melted butter; press onto bottom of ring moulds. Chill.
4. For the salted egg yolk filling, cream butter and sugar then add in salted egg yolk followed by the remaining ingredients and mix well.
5. Place mixture into a piping bag and pipe into small dollops and freeze overnight.
6. For the cheesecake, beat cream cheese, sugar and corn flour till light and fluffy.
7. Next add in egg yolks, cream and salt. Beat till all is well mixed.
8. Spoon some cheese mixture onto the crust then place a frozen salted egg yolk dollop into the middle.
9. Then cover with another layer of cheese mixture.
10. Bake the cheesecakes at180c for 20 minutes or until center is almost set.
11. Once done remove from oven and let it to set in fridge overnight.
12. Remove from moulds and top with chicken floss before serving.
Tips: Microwave the cheesecake for 20 seconds before serving to get the flowing lava effect.

 

With separate upper and lower heat settings ranging from 70c to 230c, and analog knobs simplifying all operations for the user, as well as its double insulated glass door to prevent burning hot oven door, I say the oven is user friendly.

 

Panasonic Oven

 

But what captured my attention most on top of the precise control, is probably the automatic Fermentation function that produces optimum environment for fermentation. And that means hello yogurt in bigger batch, salut french loafs and annyeong kimchi. I’ll be sharing my experience and more cooking recipes with this oven soon.

 

For more information on the Panasonic Electric Oven NB-H3800SSK, visit http://cooking.my.panasonic.com

 

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