Thursday, September 9, 2010

Satay Pizza For 'Raya'

Finally, today is the end of the fasting month and the Muslims here will be celebrating their 'Raya' ~ New Year tomorrow. So, I'm here wishing all the Muslims 'SELAMAT HARI RAYA AIDILFITRI'. Actually, I'm in the 'Raya' mood too. haha.... And am making myself a satay pizza for this celebration. Hope you guys will like it too.

And here's the recipe.

Ingredients for Pizza Dough :

1 tspn yeast
1/2 tspn sugar
3/4 cup lukewarm water
1-3/4 cup flour
1/2 tspn salt
1 tbsp cooking oil/olive oil

Method :
- combine yeast, sugar and water together, leave to rest for 10 mins.
- stir in flour, cooking oil and salt to form a soft dough.
- leave to rest for about an hour or untill double the size.
- punch to release air from dough and again knead untill smooth.
- roll to flatten the dough, then place it to a baking tray.

Ingredient for Satay Chicken :
500gm chicken breast, cubed
(Marinade chicken meat with ingredients, here. And then pan fried untill cooked over medium heat)

Ingredients for Base Sauce :
4 garlics
1 inch ginger
5 Birdseye chillies
4 scallion
5cm cinnamon stick
1 cup tomato puree
1 cup coconut milk

Seasoning :
1 tspn turmeric powder
1 tspn cumin powder
1 tspn coriander powder
1 tspn cayenne pepper powder
salt & pepper to taste

Method :

- pound together ginger, scallion, garlic & chillies.
- then saute the paste with some oil over medium untill fragrant.
- add in tomato puree and the seasonings, cook for about 2 mins.
- stir in coconut milk and cook for another 10 mins and set aside.

To Assemble :

- spread the base sauce over prepared dough.
- place in some sliced green bell pepper, cubed pineapple, satay chicken, sliced onion, some mayonnaise and mozzarella cheese. Finally, sprinkle on a dash of curry powder.
- bake at 220'C for about 20mins or untill brown.
- serve warm.

Woooo..... wanna try some of my satay pizza??? I'm not making the peanut sauce for the base because my kids are not allowed to eat any peanuts for the time being. They just recovered from chicken pox. According to the tradition, they're also not allow to take any duck meat, taro and cucumber for the next three months. The elderly said this is to prevent the virus from transforming into something else which will cause other bad infection to our skin in future. So, any comment on this? I will be happy to hear it from you too.

36 comments:

Betty Ray said...

This looks so thick with topping and delicious. Hope your kids are well now and that the old tradition works for them.

alison said...

me,me,i want a slice of your pizza and the full of flavor sauce!

Heavenly Housewife said...

Oooh, a celebration pizza! I like the way you think daaaaaahling!
*kisses* HH

smallkucing said...

lol...last roud I made some thing like pizza it turn out like charcoal :P

Lyndsey said...

Of course Kristy, I'll take a piece! It sure is a pizza loaded with flavor! I'm glad your kids are feeling better, it was nice that they had the Chicken Pox at the same time...not nice that they got sick though.

I tried to post earlier but it wouldn't let me, but at least it let me know there was an error. :D

Jess @ Bakericious said...

Kristy, I am sure my family sure will love this satay pizza, looks so mouth-watering!

Blackswan said...

Well done, Kristy! May I have some pls??

Selamat Hari Raya to all! Greetings from Luxury Indulgence!

3 hungry tummies said...

Great work Kristy! I bet it tastes soooooo delicious!

Anna said...

Satay pizza...what a great idea. It looks fantastic. So much yummy flavors in one dish. Have a nice weekend Kristy.

neyeeloh said...

I didnt know after recovered from chicken pox, these things are not allow to eat... must jot down... ^_^

denise @ quickies on the dinner table said...

What a wonderful idea Kristy! I cooked a more traditional Hari Raya spread for hubby. Should have thought of something lighter like this LOL All that santan - oooooh! I felt so sleepy after lunch ROFL

Rosa's Yummy Yums said...

Wow, terrific! That is one mouthwatering pizza!

Cheers,

Rosa

petite nyonya said...

wow, this satay pizza looks awesome, kristy! i'm in the raya mood too, only when it comes to the food :). just bought lemang just now ;) yum yum! how have u been? sorry haven't come around lately. my job been keeping me busy & usually got home aftr dinner time. hope you're doing well ;)

reanaclaire said...

Pizza Hut.. move aside.. Kristy's satay pizza is here to stay!! so savoury looking!!

lena said...

hi kristy, you created this? superb!I want to tell you that i've done the acknowledgement on the lovely award that you gave me. Thanks again and go check out my blog on this posting!

MacKenzie @ Fighting the Pudge said...

One word: AMAZING! I've never made my own dough, but your recipe makes it seem easy. The hubs and I will definitely rock this. Looks so so good.

I think you're my favorite cook, Kristy. Inspiring and creative. xx

MaryMoh said...

Whah....Malaysia memang boleh!! Satay pizza...am drooling :P Must be very delicious especially homemade.....mmmm. Next should be sambal pizza :D

Cooking Gallery said...

Asian Pizza! Love the idea! Looks great and very yum yum too!

Emily Malloy said...

Ooo! You have inspired me to make pizza tonight :)

tigerfish said...

Satay pizza! Yep! This is a winner for me!

Fimère said...

trop gourmande cette pizza j'aurais bien aimé avoir la même...:-)
bonne soirée

My Little Space said...

Sorry for being late!

Betty : Thanks! They are well.

Alison : Glad that you like the sauce!

HH : Thanks alot!

smallkucing : haha.... don't give up! Must try again otherwise next time your son would say "my mom don't know how to make pizza-leh!".

Lyndz : Just because of that, my kids can't take outside food and I've to cook for them everyday. Two meals a day. Thank you for getting back to drop a few lines. Am glad to hear from you.

Jess : See, hubby went outstation! So, I managed to make some western food for the kids. haha...

Shirley : You're always welcome.

3HungryTummies : I believe you can make better than me! haha...

Anna : You too! Nice to see you around and glad that you like this flavour too.

neyeloh : Besides of that they are also not allow to take egg, shrimps & kempong fish for the first 2 weeks. All kind of fishes not allowed for the first 3 days. According to the elderly, those virus afraid of fishy smell and they'll stuck in our body without further reaction. Normally, The chicken pox will be bursting out in 3 days time and slowing moving down on the 4th day. The 5th day onwards, the CP began to dry slowy. So, the CP patient can only take 'herbal tea' for the first 3 days and no more after that. But must drink a lot of plain water.

Denise : You ate too much already and also taken too much sugary stuffs. That's why you feel so sleepy!

Rosa : Thank you and glad that you like it too!

Jos : Hi there, nice to hear from you. I knew it! You're so busy lately. Don't say about blogging, not even have time to cook, right! haha... Hubby missed your cooking alot? haha...

Claire : Hahaha... So, no more Pizza Hut and here comes Kristy Hut! haha... Hey, not a bad idea too huh! haha....

Lena : Thank you. Will hop over after this!

Mac : Thank you! I'm sure you want to make one for tonight dinner too, right?

MaryMoh : Hey, sambal pizza! Good idea... will think about that! hahaha...

CookngGallery : Thank you! I think chicken tocino pizza sounds good as well. Don't you think?

Emily : Haha...more pizzas! ^_^

Tigerfish : Thanks alot and hope you will like it too.

Fimere : No problem, you can have the whole piece of this! haha...

Thanks everyone for spending your Saturday with me. Hope you're all having a fabulous day. And enjoy your weekend!

Blessings, Kristy

Barbara said...

Delicious looking pizza, Kristy! Hope your kids are soon feeling better...I had three in a row and they always all came down with things at the same time.

Fimère said...

aid moubarek à toi aussi ma chère kristy, tous mes vœux de prospérité
bonne journée

Mary said...

This sounds like a fabulous pizza. It is certainly gorgeous to look at. I hope you are having a great day. Blessings...Mary

Cheah said...

Wow, fabulous pizza. Beginning to misss some spicy food!

Reeni said...

What a delicious pizza Kristy! I'd like mine with peanut sauce on the side please for dipping! That is a strange tradition!?

citronetvanille said...

Never seen such a creative pizza Kristy! With all the wonderful toppings, how can you resist?

Karen said...

Wow...the flavors of this pizza sound wonderful! I like the addition of the curry powder. (Your photo header is adorable!)

Claudia said...

Mama mia That's one delicious pizza! Wish you did "take out."

cherry potato said...

Wow Kristy, this look fresh and new for me, satay pizza....

My Little Space said...

Barbara : It's best to have all in one row! No more trouble after this. hehe....

Fimere : Merci! You have fun.

Mary : You too!

Cheah : Where have you been??!

Reeni : Oh you like peanut sauce! Then you have to make one with peanut sauceand don't forget to invite me along. Promise?

Silvia : Something crazy again from my kitchen! Haha...

Karen : Hi there, welcome to my humble little space! Hope you will enjoy the recipe as well. Do keep in touch.

Claudia : Well, no more french style pizza here! But I'm glad you like it too.

Chin : I remember last time Pizza Hut do have satay pizza there!

Thank you everyone for stopping by and spending you time here. Hope you are all having a fabulous day.

Cheers, Kristy

Abbey said...

Oh goodness, this sounds awesome! I love pizza that's a bit 'un-traditional' in flavor and this is just so beautiful!

Chef Fresco said...

Mmm looks so good! Pizza is our favorite. =)

Pegasuslegend said...

oh this looks soooooooo delicious!

My Little Space said...

Abbey : Thank you and hope you will like the surprise of flavour!

Chef : Hi there, nice to see you! Thanks and hope you will like this one here.

Claudia : Oh dear, so nice to see you around. Thanks alot and hope you will like it too.

Thanks guys for visiting and hope you are all having a fabulous day.

Cheers, Kristy

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