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Friday, 20-Jan-2006 00:00 Email | Share | | Bookmark

Inside of Bread Omelette
Bread Omelette
Shireen's Cupcakes Lamingtons
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In the morning, for breakfast, I made my mom's egg sandwich recipe which is just a simple thing to do. Just boil the eggs, mashed it, add a bit of salt, a dash of white pepper and enough margarine to allow the eggs to hold on together. Then spread some margarine on the sandwich bread and put the fillings onto it and another piece of bread on top....that's simple as that!

And for the kids break box or lunch box or whatever you call it, I tried making the Bread Omelette created by Kak Liza from Well, it's obvious by now, that all these fantastic recipes come from this Forum. I am glad I found this Forum and thank you to all the forumers who are just so kind enough to share their lovely recipes. I got the feedback from my kids just now and they said they love the Bread Omelette. My son had to share some of his food with his friends! It is so simple to make and doesn't take time to prepare plus it's healthy food! Here's the recipe....



5 hotdog rolls
5 pieces chicken or beef burger
1 cup shredded cabbage
1/2 cup shredded lettuce
tomato sauce
chillie sauce
5 eggs
cooking oil

Method :

1. Fry the burger till done. Slice to thin long slices.
2. Halve the hotdog rolls.
3. Put the shredded cabbage and lettuce. Arrange the sliced burger on top.
4. Top it with tomato sauce, chillie sauce and mayonaise. Put the other piece of hotdog rolls on top.
5. Heat the oil and pour the slightly beaten egg into the hot pan and make it like a thin pancake.
6. When cooked, put the hotdog on top and wrap it with the egg.
7. Turn the wrapped hotdog the other side and leave for a while.
8. Serve hot and enjoy!

Note : My version was a simple one due to lack of ingredients. I used beef burger, shredded cabbage,tomato sauce and Thousand Island Sauce. My kids prefer Thousand Island to mayonaise and they don't take chille too much. That's why I didn't put the chillie sauce.

THANK YOU KAK LIZA!!! Muaaahhhhh.....

A friend of mine, Shireen Sajid, sent me this cupcakes lamingtons. It's nice but since my children are not into coconut, so I don't think I will try making them. But for coconut lovers, it's a nice cupcakes I must say. She has been so kind enough to give me the recipe that I would like to share with all of you.



125g butter
2 cups flour
1/2 cup sugar
4 eggs
pinch of salt
1/2 cup milk
2 tsp baking powder
2 tsp vanilla essence

1. Sift flour, baking powder and salt. Leave aside.
2. Beat butter and sugar till creamy.
3. Add eggs, one at a time.
4. Add in vanilla essence.
5. Pour in the milk.
6. Fold in the sifted dry ingredients.
7. Put the mixture into the paper cups of the lamington tins and bake till done.


1. Mix well 6 tablespoons of strawberry jam, 1/2 cup sugar and 1 cup water with a few drops of pink coloring.
2. Let it boil. Dip in the cakes carefully while the syrup is still warm.
3. Then roll the cakes in desiccated coconut. (If you prefer, you can also color the desiccated coconut before rolling the cakes)
4. Enjoy!


The photos of all the fruits shown in this page are from my garden ('s not ME who does the gardening...I have a gardener who did all the good job!). The Granadillas are sour as they are supposed to be. The Mangos are just so sweet...yummmmyyyyy and the Masuku (sorry, I don't know what it is called in English! Will try to find out..) are sweet and buttery! Around the house, there are quite a number of Mango trees and also flowers. Will paste the flowers photos next time.......Chao!

Ceritamu ceritaku....
1. Siti Khuzaimah>> Thank you Khuzaimah for trying out this simple and fast to do recipe. I'm glad your hubby likes it. At least now you have another simple menu for his lunch box. It's simple yet filling.
2. Fatima>> Actually the Lamington was made by Shireen...

Thursday, 19-Jan-2006 00:00 Email | Share | | Bookmark
Muffins Day!

Chocolate Chip Muffins
Chocolate Rice Muffins
The inside of Chocolate Rice Muffins
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My topic for today is MUFFIN. Well, to be honest, I am not a sweet tooth, but I love baking sweet stuff. I love to eat savory things, but just TOO lazy to do them ! Any cure for that, please let me know! One of the things that I like to bake is muffin. My kids are not so keen on eating muffins as well but not with this Chocolate Chip Muffins, posted by ShidaAziz from I understand that she got the recipes from Jo's Deli & Bakery. Many thanks to both of you!!

The first time I 'experimented' this Chocolate Chip Muffins, my daughter especially, ate most of them and asked me to do more! And finally I ended up doing the same muffin, 3 days in a row! Ooohhh how I enjoyed myself ! And on the third day, since I ran out of chocolate chips, I just substitute it with chocolate rice. They look more chocolatey! Taste wise...all of them are nice! So here are the recipes, if you care to try.....


Makes 12 medium muffins

180g all-purpose flour
195g superfine flour
5 tsp baking powder
1/2 tsp salt
210g castor sugar
2 large eggs, lightly beaten
300ml milk
110g butter, melted and cooled
100g chocolate chips
1/2 tsp flour for dusting chocolate chips


Preheat oven at 200 degC. Line muffin tray with paper cups.
Sift flours, baking powder and salt into a mixing bowl. Add sugar into the flour mixture. Use a whisk to lightly blend the mixture.
In another mixing bowl, combine egg, milk and melted butter.
Lightly dust chocolate chips with flour (to prevent sinking in batter).
Make a well in the middle of dry ingredients. Add the wet ingredients and mix just until all the flour is moistened. Fold chocolate chips into batter. The batter should look lumpy. Do not overmix.
Divide batter into 12 muffin cups. Reduce temperature to 180degC and bake muffins for 25-30 minutes or until well risen.
Transfer to wire racks to let cool.



Makes 12 large muffins

180g all-purpose flour
195g superfine flour
5 tsp baking powder or 2-1/2 tsp double action baking powder
1/2 tsp salt
210g castor sugar
3 large eggs, lightly beaten
250ml milk
4 tbsp instant coffee powder
130g butter, melted and cooled
3 ripe bananas, mashed
Coffee powder to dust muffin surface


Preheat oven at 200 degC. Line muffin tray with paper cups.
Sift flours, baking powder and salt into a mixing bowl. Add sugar into the flour mixture. Use a whisk to lightly blend the mixture.
In another mixing bowl, dissolve coffee powder in milk. Add egg and melted butter. Mix well.
Make a well in the middle of dry ingredients. Add the wet ingredients and mashed bananas. Mix just until all the flour is moistened.
The batter should look lumpy. Do not overmix.
Divide batter into 12 muffin cups. Dust surface of muffins with a little coffee powder.
Reduce temperature to 180degC and bake muffins for 25-30 minutes or until well risen.
Transfer to wire racks to let cool.


Remember to smile!!! Peace!

1. Anakmama>> Alah shiannya...nanti mama buat lagi okay!
2. boxhousestudio>> Terima kasih Tun kerana sudi mencuba resepi yang senang lagi sedap ni ya....
3. rusita>> Waalaikumussalam. InsyaAllah boleh kot, tapi mama tak pernahlah cuba. Mama ni malas nak basuh pengukus...

Wednesday, 18-Jan-2006 00:00 Email | Share | | Bookmark
Let talk about DONUTS!!!

Cupcakes & Donuts for cake sale
Donuts for cake sale
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Let's talk about donuts. I've been doing donuts for quite sometime especially during my children's cake sale day. Every term, each class will have their very own special class assembly day (also known as the cake sale day) where they will perfom a play during the assembly which takes place every Friday. And on this day, the parents of the child from that particular class, are required to bring something to sell to the rest of the kids. It's a form of PTA fund raising. Before, i use to do some novelty cakes (not perfect but can do! Just to attract other kids to buy my children's cake) or cupcakes for them to sell. Then i thought, let me just try something simple and see how it's like testing the market...and wallah....the donut really sells! And from that day onwards, whenever i ask my kids, what cake must i make for them to sell, the answer will always be CHOCOLATE DONUTS PLEASE! And the funnier thing is, the kids in the school calls me...THE DONUT LADY! Cute huh!

This is the recipe that i use to make for my kids to bring to school.


500g cake flour
1 1/2 teaspoons instant yeast
1 cup water
1 teaspoon salt
1/4 cup (50g) margarine
4 teaspoons sugar
1 egg

Method :

1. Mix well flour, instant yeast and egg.
2. In a small pot, on low heat, melt margarine.
3. Add salt, sugar to melted margarine and finally water. Let liquid be slightly hot.
4. Pour liquid into flour mixture bit by bit and knead till the dough is smooth or developed. For best result, knead using the machine.
5. Allow dough to rise (prove) until it has doubled it's original size.
6. Using a rolling pin, roll dough out to about 1 cm thick. Cut with the doughnut cutter.
7. Leave it to rise again.
8. Fry
9. Coat with sugar or dip in melted cooking chocolate and sprinkle some hundreds n thousands on top.
10. Enjoy!!!!

And recently, I got this recipe from my dear cyber friend and I think, her recipe produces softer donuts. I've tried making them last week and using a different cutter just to give some variety. And also, to try out the new 'toy' (blue in color) that my friend, Alia bought for me from South Africa. Thank you Alia!

DONUT (courtesy of Kak Liza from

500 g flour
1 cup castor sugar
1/2 cup milk powder
1/2 teaspoon salt
1 packet instant dried yeast (normally comes in the packet of either 10g or 11 g)

1 tablespoon shortening/criso (melted)
1 egg - lightly beaten
2 tablespoons cooking oil
250 ml lukewarm water

Method :

1. Mix well all ingredients in (A)
2. Add in egg, shortening and cooking oil.
3. Add in water, bit by bit and knead to form a soft dough.
4. Cover with damp cloth and allow to prove till double it's size.
5. Punch down to allow air to escape.
6. Roll dough out to about 1 cm thick. Cut with the donut cutter.
7. Arrange the donut on a tray and leave to prove again.
8. Heat the oil and fry on medium heat till golden brown.
9. Remove from oil and coat with sugar or cooking chocolate and sprinkle with chocolate rice.
10. Enjoy

Thank you Kak Liza for your wonderful recipe!

Thank you Alia for the wonderful `toys' you bought for me.....the ones which are blue in color, which produce the plaited donuts.

Okay then, the DONUT LADY signing off....take care and have a gr8 day!!!!!

Ceritamu ceritaku....
1. ShidaAziz>> Meriah ada makna wei Shida...kalau tak meriah, budak-budak tak nak beli. Nanti anak-anak mama balik buat muka sedih la pulak! Donut dalam gambar ke2 tu, mama boh melted chocolate juga, cuma coklat tu warna dia light brown. Cara salut, samalah macam coklat masakan yang biasa.
2. kak liza>> It is always a plesure to try out your recipes Kak Liza...hassle free and stress free, yet SCRUMPTIOUS!!!
3. Adikmama>> Wait till I get home!
4. Cheryl>> Hi Cheryl...sorry my dear for the belated answer as my internet connection is STILL down till today, Sunday! Anyway, about the donuts, I deep fry them. Did you let the donut rise for properly before frying? Is your yeast good? Will try to email you ya....
5. fleur>> Hi Fleur...Glad that you chose Malaysia for your vacation. Well the round donut cutters can easily be found in the supermarkets in Malaysia. But the best place to look for them are at the bakery supplies shops, to name a few...BAGUS and BAKE WITH YEN.
6. pat>> Alhamdulillah semua sukakan rasanya. Tak rugi buat kan?

Tuesday, 17-Jan-2006 00:00 Email | Share | | Bookmark

Roti Canai Mr. Niceghost99
Nice sayings
Today, in the morning, i made, for the second time, Mr. Niceghost99's (from forum roti canai. I made 1/2 the recipe (manage to get only 5) yesterday but it wasn't enough and pity my son, he didn't get the chance to enjoy it. I made the dough yesterday nite and started 'spreading' it this morning. So far, this is the simplest and the most delicious roti canai i've ever made! And for the benefit of those who do not understand the Bahasa Malaysia, i will write down the recipe in English. Please excuse me if there's any grammatical mistakes as my English is not so good.

ROTI CANAI (Mr. Niceghost99 from forum

3 cups flour
1 - 1.5 cups water
1 tablespoon margarine
salt to taste
2 tablespoons condensed milk
1 tablespoon cooking oil
Extra margarine

Method :

1. Mix well water, salt and condensed milk
2. Add the liquid into the flour bit by bit if kneading manually
pour the whole amount into the flour if using machine
3. Add in cooking oil
4. Add in margarine
5. Knead to form a soft dough. Leave it covered with a damp cloth for about 30 minutes.
6. Divide the dough into 10 portion and mould into balls.
7. Coat the balls with margarine so that they won't stick to each other. Leave to rest for not less than 2 hours.
8. Spread (tebar as we say it in Malay) each ball on a smooth surface to form a very thin layer. Fold the four sides into the middle and fry.
9. Enjoy.


My answer to...
googoo>>Thanks for visiting my page. So far, I've used bread flour, cake flour and all-purpose flour to make this roti canai and they are just fine
louise>> Hi Louise...thanks for dropping by and also for trying this recipe. This version of roti canai is a bit thin, I must admit. So when frying, be careful not to 'over-fry' it. Since you've tried this one, why not give my other version a try. So far, I've received good comments on that one. The recipe is here
cikda>> Kalau cikda ada kat Malaysia, senanglah, boleh beli kat kedai je, tapi kalau di luar Malaysia, kenalah buat sendiri ye...
Ly>> Thanks Ly...
infertity>> Terima kasih...
Wanessa>> It should be just pan fried. If you're using a non stick pan, then less oil is needed. All the best and sorry for the belated reply. Wasn't keeping well lately...
aleen>> Waalaikumussalam Aleen. Itulah salah satu kebaikan merantau. Kita 'terpaksa' mencuba sendiri apa yang tak pernah terlintas di fikiran kita untuk mencuba, especially when it comes to recipes. Yelah, kalau kita craving nak makan makanan Malaysia, nak tak nak, jadi tak jadi, kenalah cuba sendiri, betul tak? Trust me, I started baking bila dah di perantauan and I started from nothing sampailah sekarang ni, bolehlah dikatakan....boleh survive...hehehe...
zuliemir>> Welcome to our world of tukang masak... ahaks... selamat mencuba segala resepi yang terberkenan ye...
Linda, Savannah>> You mean to say that you've used berkilo kilo tepung on this recipe ke and none turned out well? Alahai sorrylah. Then try some other recipes pulaklah... don't waste your flour. Why not try this version pulak. Maaf ye....
Nurhanina>> Waalaikumussalam Nurhanina. Terima kasihlah kerana menjadikan fp mama dan Kak Liza sebagai panduan. I've stayed abroad for so many years and I know how it feels like when you crave for something but it's not available in the shops. You have to prepare it yourself to enjoy them. So no worries dear, insyaAllah selagi dipinjamkan nyawa dan kudrat, mama akan terus berkongsi apa yang telah mama cuba. Moga memberi manafaat kepada semua... wallahualam...
Nurhanina>> Thanks dear...

Monday, 16-Jan-2006 00:00 Email | Share | | Bookmark

Beautiful Malawi
Zomba Road
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Hello there, or Muribwanji (the Malawian way of greeting). Today is the day, when i have finally decided to emerge from my “hiding” and join this fotopages after being persuaded by a wonderful friend, Kak Liza, for quite sometime. It's just for fun actually and I would like to share the many recipes that I have tried and also other interesting stuff with you. So enjoy!

[i]p/s Sorry, I am not so good at taking photos...still in the process of learning.....

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