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Inside of Bread Omelette
Bread Omelette
Shireen's Cupcakes Lamingtons
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...

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