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BLUEBERRY CHEESE TART

Semalam buat Kek Coklat Cheese Kukus sebab teringin sangat …. sambil mengisi masa lapang orang sakit katanya.. dah sorang kat umah ini laaa keje nya… masak dan makan… bulat laaa hehee… I love baking… kalau beli asyik complain itu x ckp… ini  x cukup… haaaaa buat sendiri…

BLUEBERRY CHEESE TART

BY CERILICIOUS CAKE HOUSE

BAHAN – BAHANNYA ACUAN TART:

 

170 gm marjerin atau butter

50gm gula aising

1 biji telur Gred C

290 gm tepung gandum

1 sudu kecil esen vanilla

acuan tart

TEKNIK PEMBUATAN ACUAN TART:

  1. Pukul marjerin dan gula dengan menggunakan senduk kayu atau spatula. Jangan putar lama sangat.
  2. Masukkan telur dan esen vanilla. Putar lagi dengan senduk kayu.
  3. Masukkan tepung sedikit demi sedikit.
  4. Uli hingga menjadi doh yang lembut.
  5. Kuantiti tepung bergantung kepada kelembutan doh.
  6. Untuk mendapatkan doh yang baik masukkan doh dalam plastik bag dan simpan dalam peti ais semalaman.
 KEMUDIAN …………
  1. Ambil sedikit adunan dan tekan ke dalam acuan tat.
  2. Cucuk dengan garfu sebelum dibakar.
  3. Bakar pada suhu 170 C selama 20 – 25 minit atau sehingga masak.

****  Crust atau shell ni kita boleh sediakan awal. Simpan dalam bekas kedap udara dan ia tahan lama. Tunggu Crust atau shell benar2 sejuk sebelum kita letakkan filling dan cheese.

Nota : Jika guna telur Gred B, buang sedikit putih telurnya untuk mengelakkan crust menjadi keras sangat.

 KEMUDIAN …………

Sediakan filling yg kita suka. Biasa kita boleh gunakan blueberry, strawberry, coklat, kiwi, oren atau jam nenas tuk buat filling cheese tart ni.

Bahan – bahan untuk filing ni boleh kita dapatkan dari kedai yang menjual bahan untuk buat kuih dan kek.

Kalau rajin boleh juga di buat sendiri.

Masukkan filling tu dalam piping bag utk memudahkan proses kita meletakkan ia dalam shell tadi.

Lebih banyak filling kita letak bertambah sedap lah Cheese tat kita.

Bila dah siap, ketepikan dan kita sediakan pula bahan untuk membuat cheese dia pula.

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 BAHAN – BAHAN MEMBUAT ADUNAN CHEESE

 

250gm cream cheese

50gm gula kastor / gula halus

1 biji telur Saiz B

½ sudu teh esen vanilla / esen

TEKNIK MEMBUAT ADUNAN CHEESE
  1. Keluarkan cream cheese 20 ~ 30 minit sebelum digunakan. JANGAN biarkan cream cheese mencapai ke suhu bilik.
  2. Putar cream cheese dan gula hingga berkrim.
  3. Masukkan telur dan esen vanilla. Putar lagi.

 

KEMUDIAN …..
  1. Masukkan filling ke dalam kulit tat.
  2.  Masukkan dalam piping bag dan picitkan di atas filing dalam shell tadi.
  3. Letak penuh supaya ia cantik membuncit.
untuk deco di atas…..
  1. Kemudian boleh  mulakan proses untuk melorek atas cheese tat tadi.(deco – deco)
  2.  Ambil sedikit cream cheese tadi dan titikkan sedikit pewarna yang kita suka.
  3. Kacau rata sehingga warna bergaul sempurna.
  4. Proses untuk melorek dilakukan ketika cheese tadi masih lembut.
  5. Jangan biarkan cheese terlalu lama nanti dia dah mula mengering dan proses melorek tidah secantik yg kita inginkan.
  6. Dengan menggunakan pencungkil gigi, buat garis kecil2 di bahagian tepi.
  7. Bilangan garis2 kecil tersebut mengikut citarasa sendiri lebih banyak lebih cantik!
  8. Kemudian dengan menggunakan bahagian yang tajam, tarik daripada atas ke bawah dalam bentuk bulatan untuk mendapatkan bentuk tersebut.

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KEMUDIAN….
  1. Bakar selama 5 minit pada suhu 170 C.
  2. Sentuh cream dengan hujung jari. Jika tidak melekat, maknanya telah masak.
  3. Jika tidak, bakar dalam seminit lagi.

TIPS:

  1. Bakar api atas bawah tapi letak dekat rak bawah.
  2. Untuk resepi ni, 1 adunan shell dapat buat dalam 40 biji bagi saiz sedang , bilangan shell bergantung kepada besar acuan dan ketebalan shell. KALAU guna yang kecil boleh dapat dalam 70 biji.
  3. Bagi adunan cheese pula dapat dalam 70 – 80 shell. – saiz kecil.
  4. Cheese tart yang telah siap di simpan dalam bekas kedap udara dan letakkan dalam peti ais untuk ketahanan yg lebih lama…

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SELAMAT MENCUBA.

BUSY TO EASY – CERILICIOUS CAKE HOUSE

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External Analysis – PEST

SWOT analysis diagram in English language. Fra...
SWOT analysis diagram in English language. Français : Matrice SWOT en anglais. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Talking about business analysis, people will come out with the idea of market research, business plan, marketing plan, market size and  lot of analysis. Today let’s talk about External Analysis that can be used to analyse the market. In order to do the analysis, we can choose the PEST. What is that?????? PEST CONTROL… opssss…NO!!!!!!! Let me explain what does it mean with that. The capital P is Political, E is Economic, S is Social  and T is Technology.

Normally PEST Analysis are being used to measure a market and SWOT analysis measures a business unit, a proposition or idea.

Generally speaking a SWOT analysis measures a business unit or proposition, whereas a PEST analysis measures the market potential and situation, particularly indicating growth or decline, and thereby market attractiveness, business potential, and suitability of access – market potential and ‘fit’ in other words.

PEST analysis uses four perspectives, which give a logical structure, in this case organized by the PEST format, that helps understanding, presentation, discussion and decision-making. The four dimensions are an extension of a basic two heading list of pro’s and con’s.

PEST analysis can be used for marketing and business development assessment and decision-making, and the PEST template encourages proactive thinking, rather than relying on habitual or instinctive reactions.

Here the PEST analysis template is presented as a grid, comprising four sections, one for each of the PEST headings: Political, Economic, Social and Technological.

As previously explained, extended variations of PEST (eg., PESTELI and STEEP, etc) include other factors, such as Environmental, Ethical, Legal or Legislative, etc., however in most situations you will find that these ‘additional’ factors are actually contributory causes or detailed perspectives which then manifest or take effect in the form or one or several of the original four main PEST factors. For example, Ethical and Environmental factors will always tend to produce an effect in at least one of the main four headings (Political, Economic, Social, Technological), but it will tend not to work the other way. Hence why the basic PEST model is often the most powerful – it puts more pressure on strategic appreciation and analysis than a longer list of headings. When you next see a PESTELI or a STEEPLED analysis ask yourself (or the author): “Okay, I understand that customers tend to be more ethically minded now, but what does that mean in terms of the basic four PEST factors – what’s the effect going to be?…” or: “Okay we know that carbon emissions is an issue, but tell me where in the main four PEST factors will it impact..?

You will gather I am not a fan nor a particular advocate of extending the PEST model. It works great as it is – why make it more complicated and less specific? If you are worried about missing or forgetting a crucial point of ethics or legislation (or anything else) keep a reference list of these headings, and only build them into the model if you are sure that doing so will make it work better as a strategic tool.

The free PEST template below includes sample questions or prompts, whose answers are can be inserted into the relevant section of the PEST grid. The questions are examples of discussion points, and obviously can be altered depending on the subject of the PEST analysis, and how you want to use it. Make up your own PEST questions and prompts to suit the issue being analysed and the situation (ie., the people doing the work and the expectations of them). Like SWOT analysis, it is important to clearly identify the subject of a PEST analysis, because a PEST analysis is four-way perspective in relation to a particular business unit or proposition – if you blur the focus you will produce a blurred picture – so be clear about the market that you use PEST to analyse.

A market is defined by what is addressing it, be it a product, company, brand, business unit, proposition, idea, etc, so be clear about how you define the market being analysed, particularly if you use PEST analysis in workshops, team exercises or as a delegated task. The PEST subject should be a clear definition of the market being addressed, which might be from any of the following standpoints:

  • a company looking at its market
  • a product looking at its market
  • a brand in relation to its market
  • a local business unit
  • a strategic option, such as entering a new market or launching a new product
  • a potential acquisition
  • a potential partnership
  • an investment opportunity

Be sure to describe the subject for the PEST analysis clearly so that people contributing to the analysis, and those seeing the finished PEST analysis, properly understand the purpose of the PEST assessment and implications.

Template for PEST analysis
Template for PEST analysis

ASEAN Market Entry Project

Great class with Mr Eric Clinton… Where we have give a lot’s opportunities to explore more about enterprise in Ireland.

This class sharing thought about entering Ireland market, how they grow they small medium enterprise and how they maintain the family business to be relevant in this coming year.

Through out the week and day.. We have learn about the market entry strategy such as JV or FDI or through partnering. As a great opportunity that given to us during the launching of Family Business Centre at DCU. During the event we have the opportunity take picture and talk to the Prime Minister of Ireland.

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With the Prime Minister of Ireland

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It’s me…