Tuesday, July 15, 2008

Cheese Slice

My fudge brownies slice turned out not bad the other day and I thought of modifying it into something new. Well, I got the idea from the cheese slice my juniors made not long ago and so, I decided to give it a try. I was saying the other day that I never bake in my life before this and here I am, baking twice in as many weeks. I wonder why I can still spent my time to bake so much when now it is the exam period. It must have come from the exam's tension I guess.
I was not sure how would it turn out because I simply make a rough guess about the ingredients and the quantity of each of them. Fortunately for me, it was still edible. In fact, it was quite nice. Basically, the ingredients for the fudge slice remain the same, minus the raisins. As for the icing part, I just experimented with it. Here is the recipe, which I created it (the icing part) on my own. It might not suit your taste bud, so take it at your own risk.
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Fudge slice
  • 1 egg
  • 100g butter
  • 1/2 cup sugar
  • 1 tsp vanilla essence
  • 225g crushed plain biscuits (malt biscuits is okay as well)
  1. In medium saucepan, add butter and sugar.
  2. Stir until butter and sugar dissolves and bubbles.
  3. Remove from heat, add vanilla and beaten egg.
  4. Then beat well and stir in crushed biscuits blending thoroughly.
  5. Press mixture well and while still warm, cover with icing.
  6. Chill it in the fridge for about two hours.


  • 5 tbsp yogurt
  • 1 tbsp sugar
  • 1 tbsp gelatin
  • 80g sliced cheese
  1. In a saucepan, combine yogurt and sugar.
  2. Stir over low heat until dissolve and add gelatin.
  3. Add the finely sliced cheese and stir until all the cheese dissolves, or until good spreading consistency for about ten minutes.
Add some water to the icing while stirring if the mixture is too dry. The amount of cheese can be increased if you love cheese a lot.
The icing part should be soft and white in colour but somehow, since I didn't get the right recipe from my junior, it turned out to have slight yellowish colour. When I made my corn pudding last time and wanted it to be yellow, it turned white. Now when I want my cheese slice to be white, it turned yellow. I think I will never have luck with these deserts, who are just trying to make fun of me.


pinksterz said...

oi calvin. kau ni dah tukar karier dari student engineering kepada travelling chef ke?

everytime i visit your blog sure got new post on travel/recipe wan. *sweat*

ns29 said...

u wanna make some for me?
i will ask shinwei to bring back for me when she go nagaoka..

pinksterz said...

calvin created an albino corn pudding and hepatitic cheese slice. haha.

p.s. i just reread your post and read your last paragraph :P

kh said...

why do you have so much time?
isnt it time for exams now??

calvin said...

@ pinksterz:
haha, like heart mine (translated directly from bm) lah, whether i want to blog about cooking, baking or traveling.

but actually true also lah, 'coz i seriously think i have picked the wrong course already. counting the energy, force and velocity of a swimming duckling everyday are not fun at all. they are just boring >.<

calvin said...

@ ns29:
yea, lets just hope it will turn bad by the time it reaches your place =P

calvin said...

@ pinksterz:
are you going to be a veterinarian in the future? xD

calvin said...

@ kok hong:
i made that under one hour. yea, i am having my exams now. so, now i go to study. byebye >.<

Anonymous said...

few days never see ur blog, from travelogue --> recipe ...lol
I wonder if u got a lil inspiration to bake from kisarazu...haha
but, well, urs nicer...

Jasmine Teh said...

o..looks delicious..*hungry* *hungry*;P...hmm...o..no need to hope it will turn bad when it reaches Ibaraki..Because I'm not going Nagaoka already.:(..Short of money now..:(

Endoru said...

Really reminds me of the recipes I see in this blog.

KOKahKOK said...

I would like to place order for this....haha

wei.. i was thinking what will u do if one day ......u r unemployed!....open cake house selling budget CAKES haha

specialhuman said...

Decide which one u wanna make me when u r back in Malaysia. Sekian terima kasih.

calvin said...

@ chai ei:
you have been living in japan for some time now that you should know that besides how the food taste like, presentation is as much important as well ;)

calvin said...

@ jasmine teh:
awww, how come? you must have overspent at online shopping, right? =P

calvin said...

@ endoru:
yea, i have taken a look at that blog and the food there looks really nice and well-presented :)

calvin said...

@ kokahkok:
yea, go ahead with your orders.
hmmm, that could be a possibility, opening a cake house selling budget cakes just like how air asia do their business =D

calvin said...

@ specialhuman:
i don't have to decide. i just make both for you. isn't that better? xD

Jasmine Teh said...

you'r right...oo..*sob*..*sob*..online shopping...Little kids out there,don't follow my steps.:P(Any kids out there?:P)haha

calvin said...

@ jasmine teh:
aren't you still a kid in the first place? =P