Aug 29, 2017

14 All Excited Over Ayam Brand™ Baked Beans

Did you know that Ayam Brand™ Baked Beans is loaded with protein, provides a good source of fibre and has anti-ageing benefits? I love that it is free from preservatives and has no added MSG.

This arrived at my front door recently and I am super excited to share with you what I've done with it over the week. I had it for breakfast one day, lunch on another day and then dinner, recently!

Ayam Brand™ Baked Beans

For breakfast, I made Baked Wontons filled with Baked Beans Cheese and Mozzarella Cheese - a quick, light snack to give me the boost I need for my morning chores.

Baked Wontons Filled with Baked Beans Cheese and Mozarella Cheese

Directions: Stuff wonton skin with a small spoonful of baked beans, pile the mozzarella cheese on. Wrap it to preference by using a bit of water to help seal the wonton skin together. Brush the wontons lightly with melted butter and bake in a pre-heated oven at 175C until nicely browned (between 5 to 7 minutes).

The Wonton Adventure

Baked Wontons Filled with Ayam Brand™ Baked Beans Cheese and Mozzarella Cheese

Midday menu consisted of a heavier meal - Baked Beans Sambal with Baby Octopus. A fairly easy dish to make for sambal loving Malaysians, of whom many have already been taught the basics of whipping up a mean chilli condiment.

Ayam Brand™ Baked Beans in Sambal with Baby Octopus

To do this, first boil the baby octopus in lightly salted water for about 45minutes. Drain and keep aside. Make your own sambal (mine is this simple recipe), or buy the ready-made bottled ones. Cook the sambal, with baked beans stirred in last. Once you have the flavours down to a pat, add the baby octopus and stir-fry to coat well. Finger-licking yum, because it is best enjoyed with rice and eaten using your hand.

Boiled Baby Octopus

Dinner was Potatoes Stir-Fried with Baked Beans Light and Onions paired with rice and a hungry friend who gave it a thumbs up.

Potatoes Stir-Fried with Ayam Brand™ Baked Beans Light and Onions

- 235g potatoes (sliced)
- 1/2 large yellow onion (sliced)
- a handful of fresh coriander (chopped)
- 1/2 can Ayam Brand™ Baked Beans Light 425g
- 2 tbsp cooking oil

Method: Using a non-stick pan, pan-fry the potatoes until cooked. Push aside. In the same pan, saute the onions in one corner. Then, add the baked beans. Mix well. Switch the heat off, stir the fresh coriander in.

Baked Beans and Potatoes? Yum!

Ayam Brand™ Baked Beans Light with Potatoes

There's so much you can do with baked beans when you think outside the can .. the box, I mean.

Ayam Brand™ Baked Beans is sold in three varieties:
- Baked Beans in Tomato Sauce
- Baked Beans in Tomato Sauce Light (50% sugar reduced)
- Baked Beans in Tomato Sauce with Parmesan Cheese

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  1. I don't know about the brand, but do love baked beans. Your creations with baked beans look awesome, I love esp. the one with octopus.

    1. Thank you, Angie. I love the one with baby octopus the most too ;)

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    1. Like I wish I was yours. Then I can zumba and eat as much as I want!

  3. I always buy this Ayam Brand Baked Beans for their price and freshness quality. I had no idea there are so many flavours which the cheese caught my eyes! My wife banned me from buying Heinz after reading scary news. I used to worship Heinz just because I lived near their factory plant in US.

    1. I didn't know either until recently. My parents have ever only bought one baked beans brand and flavour for the household ...Ayam Brand original. They are not into trying out new stuff ^.^

  4. Saw the new baked beans on stores but I have not yet buy and try it out.

    I love your baked wontons. So pretty.

    My hubby loves baked beans with egg. His comfort food during his college days in KL. So sometimes I cook it at home for him. ^^

    1. Thank you, Rose ;) I love baked beans with egg too.

  5. This was our favourite brand when my boys were schooling. Now seldom buy baked beans. You are very creative with the recipes. Looks yummy!

    1. Thanks, Nancy. Same as my family. My mum swears by this brand!

  6. I kind of eat this during my ramadhan month early morning food. huhuhu...find this is the easiest and delicious.

    1. I agree... quick to prepare and satisfying :)


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