Just need one tablespoon jelly powder (jele) and 150 ml hot water. Stir and then bring it to boil for a minute. Put into a mould or bowl, add colouring if you want (we added star candy into it too) and then put in fridge for 3 hours.
We did it before they went to nap and after the 3 hours nap, bingo – it turn out ‘slime’!
I modified this recipe from mama Carole Choe’s sharing of her termomix recipe! This was originally a prawn recipe but I give it a try on my mini pomfret given by my mum!
First, fry the fishes:
For the sauce, stir fry garlic and ginger. Then add in the sauce mixture – tamarind juice, dark soy sauce, light soy sauce, brown sugar and water. Let it come to a simmer before placing the fried fishes. Dish out.
We need to lightly dry pan fry the sesame seeds. Then let it cool down. Put them into a blender and blend. Then add in pinch of salt and olive oil (amount depending on the texture you want). Store and done!
*not sure how long this can be stored!
I am also taking off my OCD mode – since puzzles don’t have to be perfect! In return, it also taught her that things don’t have to be perfect – as some didn’t cut in the way expected (because she wasn’t focusing when cutting) – plus it could be mend by cellophane tape (But I reminded her that not all things can be mend)!
She was telling me that her cutting went wrong <here>
So, mama fixed it for her!
From the above message, it also taught her to be ‘focus’ when doing things – I reminded her to look at the lines and not to be swayed off by distraction (obviously it was Nikki that distracted her😂)! So, the last two were pretty well done compared to the first two!
**Liquid starch is from cornstarch or cornflour. Boil water (3 cups) and add in mixture of cornstarch with warm water (1/3 cup).
The 3y7m was initially hesitant to soak her hands in but eventually enjoyed playing it very much; close to an hour play! <video>