30.11.13

CARA MASAK PUDING KAREMEL DARI CHEF BELBEL !

Assalamualaikum all to reader and blogger.
Lama dah kan cik belbel tak membebel ?
jangan rindu..jangan !
hahahaa.
Ok hari ni cik belbel nak cerita la sikit pasal puding karemel ni, 
sebab tadi cik belbel baru pestime buat puding ini and Alhamdulilah menjadi
cuma....
haaa ! tang cuma ni malas nak cerita, haha! cuma dia keras sikit but still boleh makan and rasa dia sedap !

Bahan-Bahan Adunan :
10 biji telur
1 tin susu segar/cair
2 sudu tepung kastard
1 sudu teh asen vanila
1 sudu gula pasir

Bahan-Bahan Gula Hangus :
4 sudu gula pasir
1/2 cawan air
  
Cara-cara memasak puding karemel :

1. Masuk kan 4 gula pasir ke dalam kuali and panaskan sehingga cair dan keperangan

2. Setelah gula keperangan masuk kan 1/2 cawan air kedalam gula dan kacau dengan pantas sebab dia panas sikit.

3. Setelah berpuas hati dengan kecairan gula tersebut masuk kan ke dalam loyang.

4. Pecahkan 10 biji telur kedalam 1 mangkuk adunan dan pukul dengan perlahan. Jangan terlalu kembang
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5. Kemudian, masuk kan 2 sudu tepung kastard (di ayak supaya tak berketul), 1 sudu gula dan 1 tin susu cair/segar. Akhir sekali masuk kan 1 sudu teh asen vanila. Kacau sehingga sebati.

6. Setelah siap masuk kan kedalam loyang yang telah di masuk kan gula tadi.

7. Kukus puding tersebut dalam 30-40 minit.

8. Setelah 30-40 minit berlalu sejukkan dahulu loyang tersebut dalam masa 10-20 minit barulah diterbalik kan ke dalam pinggan :D

Inilah hasilnya !



Cantik kan? Rasa dia pun sedap ! nyum nyum !
 Selamat mencuba kawan kawan ! :D


26.11.13

COMPARISON BETWEEN SOLE-PROPRIETORSHIP, PARTNERSHIP AND COMPANY

SOLE-PROPRIETORSHIP

DEFINITION
A business owned by one person.

OWNED BY
One person

LEGAL STATUS

  • Not a separate legal entity
  • Owner has unlimited liability
  • Can sue or be sued in individual’s own name
  • Can also be sued in business name
  • Can own property in individual’s name
  • Owner personally liable for debts and losses of business

REGISTRATION REQUIREMENT

  • Age 18 years or above. Singapore citizen/ Singapore permanent resident/ Employment Pass/ Dependent Pass holder.
  • If owner not resident in Singapore, he must appoint a local manager who is ordinarily resident in Singapore
  • Self-employed persons must top up their Medisave account with the CPF Board before they register a new business name, become a registrant of an existing business name, or renew their business name registration
  • Undischarged bankrupts cannot manage business without court or Official Assignee’s approval

FORMALITIES AND EXPENSES

  • Quick and easy to set up
  • Easy to administer and manage
  • Registration cost is minimal
  • Less administrative duties to adhere to
  • Must renew registration annually

TAXES

  • Profits taxed at owner’s personal income tax rates

CONTINUITY IN LAW

  • Exists as long as the owner is alive and desires to continue the business

CLOSING THE BUSINESS

  • By Owner – Cessation of business
  • Registrar can cancel registration if not renewed or where Registrar is satisfied business is defunct

PARTNERSHIP
DEFINITION
An association of two or more persons carrying on business in common with a view to profit

OWNED BY
Generally between 2 and 20 partners. A partnership of more than 20 partners must incorporate as a company under the Companies Act, Chapter 50 (except for professional partnerships)

LEGAL STATUS

  • Not a separate legal entity
  • Partners have unlimited liability
  • Can sue or be sued in firm’s name
  • Cannot own property in firm’s name
  • Partners personally liable for partnership’s debts and losses incurred by other partners

REGISTRATION REQUIREMENT

  • Age 18 years or above. Singapore citizen/ Singapore permanent resident/ Employment Pass/
  • Dependent Pass holder.
  • If owners not resident in Singapore, they must appoint a local manager who is ordinarily resident in Singapore
  • Self-employed persons must top up their Medisave account with the CPF Board before they register a new business name, become a registrant of an existing business name, or renew their business name registration
  • Undischarged bankrupts cannot manage business without court or Official Assignee’s approval

FORMALITIES AND EXPANSES

  • Quick and easy to set up
  • Easy to administer and manage
  • Registration cost is minimal
  • Less administrative duties to adhere to
  • Must renew registration annually

TAXES
Profits taxed at partners’ personal income tax rates

CONTINUITY IN LAW
Exists subject to partnership agreement

CLOSING THE BUSINESS

  • By the partners – Cessation of business or dissolution of partnership
  • Registrar can cancel registration if not renewed or where Registrar is satisfied business is defunct



 COMPANY


DEFINITION
A business form which is a legal entity separate and distinct from its shareholders and directors

OWNED BY
  • Exempt Private Company –20 members or less and no corporation holds beneficial interest in the company’s shares
  • Private Company – 50 members or less
  • Public Company – can have more than 50 members
LEGAL STATUS
  • A separate legal entity from its members and directors
  • Members have limited liability
  • Can sue or be sued in company’s name
  • Can own property in company’s name
  • Members not personally liable for debts and losses of company
REGISTRATION REQUIREMENT
  • At least one shareholder
  • At least one director ordinarily resident in Singapore, at least 18 years old
  • If a foreigner wishes to act as a local director of the company, he can apply for an EntrePass from the Ministry of Manpower
  • Undischarged bankrupts cannot be a director and cannot manage a company without court or Official Assignee’s approval
FORMALITIES AND EXPANSES
  • More costly to set up and maintain
  • More formalities and procedures to comply with
  • Must appoint a company secretary within 6 months of incorporation
  • Must appoint an auditor within 3 months after incorporation unless the company is exempt from audit requirements
  • Annual Returns must be filed
  • Statutory requirements for general meetings, directors, company secretary, share allotments, etc.
TAXES
Profits taxed at corporate tax rates

CONTINUITY IN LAW
A company has perpetual succession until wound up or struck off

CLOSING THE BUSINESS

  • Winding Up – Voluntarily by members or creditors, compulsorily by the High Court
  • Striking off


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