Been a while since I spoke to you in English [or should I say, wrote?]. It is holiday now, but I attend the intersession [short semester] and nearly regret about it, but its okay. At least I get the experience of "studying while holiday-ing" [yeahh ritee!].
Overall intersession has been a bot boring since we have to study the same subject a couple of hours daily excluding the weekends. And I am ONE of the ONLY THREE GIRLS in the class, makes me like wow, I'm a shy girl [naah!!]. Oh before I forget, I'm taking the subject "Heat Transfer and Fluid Mechanism" for this intersession. Subject is okay, so do the lecturer. And guess what, the lecturer has the same name as mine, peace!! (^_^)v . And the other exiting thing is, I am in the same class with one of my best friend.
Okay I don't want to give the spotlight to that intersession thingy, I am more interested in saying what I'm about to say now. I'm currently learning how to cook! [accurately, bake]. I don't know how to bake bread, and don't even have a clue how to make the dough. I browsed through a few videos in youtube, and come into some conclusions:
HOW TO MAKE A BREAD [BASICALLY]
- The ultimate basic ingredients in making a bread dough is: flour, water, yeast, salt, sugar.
- Typically we must add some warm water + sugar + salt to the yeast and sit it for a while.
- Then the yeast mixture must be added into other bowl with approximately 2 cups of flour.
- Add more flour into the bowl until there is NO dough that stick to the bowl's wall.
- Coat it with any oil that you like [olive oil, vegie oil]
- Let it 'rest' for about an hour approximately and increase it volume[ok, size] twice from the original.
- After about an hour, PUNCH in the middle to release the unneeded air in the dough [i like this step the most!]
- Knead the dough and make sure it has enough amount of 'massage' needed.
- After that, put it into the size or shape that you like, and bake/cook it as you desire.
Easy, right? Ok i know i know well done is better than well said but the problem is, we have plenty of breads here, so I think I'll wait till the breads at home have finished, then I'll make the bread. Get ready guys for my update! I'll upload some pictures [insyaallah] when its all done.