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bahan2

ikan kembung

1/4 bawang besar cincang

2 biji bawang merah (ditumbuk)

2 ulas bawang putih (ditumbuk)

1 cm halia (ditumbuk)

kicap

tomato dan bawang besar untuk hiasan

cara2

1.perap ikan kembung dengan garam, goreng and letak tepi.

2. tumis bahan yang ditumbuk dan bawang besar cincang.

3. masukkan kicap (cap kipas udang sedap) hehe

4.letak air sikit.

5.letak bawang besar potong bulat2 n tomato

6. gaul skali ikan yang digoreng.

7.done =))

i really like masak lemak.ape2 je masak lemak aku suke. nak masak pun senang.

bahan2

udang

susu /santan

serai 2-3 btg

1 cm halia

1 cm lengkuas

3 biji bawang merah

1/4 bawang besar

2 biji bawang putih

5 biji cili padi

garam/gula

cara2,

1.blend sume bawang, halia, lengkuas,cili padi.

2.panaskan minyak n tumis sume bahan yg diblend n serai yg diketuk.

3.masukkan udang

4.agak2 udang dah sebati ngan bahan tumis td, masukkan susu / santan

5. perasa ngan garam n gula.

6.done n done =P

lapar sungguh petang2 cenggini. so i made this =)

bahan2

mee beras

air rebusan kulit udang

fishballs (or anything like ayam, daging, udang)

sayur

ikan bilis goreng

sayur (aku ske sawi)

sos cili

kicap

cili padi (potong kecik2)

cara2

1.panaskan balik je air rebusan kulit udang

2. masukkan mee beras

3. masukkan fishballs and sayur

4.perasakan ngan garam, sos cili kicap

5. tabur cili padi potong ngan ikan bilis goreng

6. done n done =))

bahan2

1.terung (potong bulat serong)

2.lada besar 3 -4 biji

3. bawang merah 3 biji

4.bawang putih 2 biji

5. isi udang (kopek n bersihkan)

6.garam

7.gula

cara2

1. goreng terung sampai brownish2. ketepikan.

2. blend lada besar (buang biji), bawang merah and bawang putih.

3.panaskan minyak and tumis bahan yang diblend.

4. masukkan udang.

5.tuggu sampai pecah minyak

6. gaul terung yg digoreng ngan bahan yg ditumis (kejap je)

7. wallah! siap..leh makan ngan nasi..yumm!

ni breakfast org malas: )

bahan2

1.mee (egg noodle)

2. bawang besar (cincang)

3. udang (dikopek n dibersihkan)

4. sayur

5.sos cili

6.kicap

7.garam

 

cara2

1.tumis bwg besar,

2.masukkan sos cili n kicap,

3. masuk udang n sayur

4.then masuk mee

5.gaul rata

6.siap ^^,

Are you guys a coffee lover like me? If so, let’s check out a few other ways to drink up your coffee

Hobnobs dipped in coffee:

The humble Hobnob, a digestive biscuit covered on one side with the decadence of milk chocolate, goes particularly well with your coffee. The warmth of the coffee melts the chocolate to just the right consistency, while coffee’s flavour gets into the digestive biscuit and makes it softer and yummier. The danger with this of course is that you won’t know how many you’ve eaten till the empty wrapper stares at you reproachfully.

Coffee and Brownie shake

Chocolate and coffee are two sinful substances that complement each other wonderfully, to the detriment of our waistlines. Crumbling up brownies and putting them at the bottom of a tall glass, and then combining cold coffee with drinking chocolate and milk and pouring the mixture on top of your brownie crumbs is a surefire way to get the best of both coffee and chocolate.

Hot mocha with cream

A mocha is a relatively simple drink to make at home: just combine your coffee and chocolate drink mix in hot water before you add milk and sugar. Top it all off with a swirl of whipped cream and sit down to indulge yourself.

Coffee Yoghurt

As weird as that sounds, this is a far healthier way to indulge in your caffeine craving. Make yourself a small cup of espresso (combine instant coffee with hot water if an espresso machine is beyond your means) and mix in into a pot of yoghurt, adding sugar to taste. The smoothness of the yoghurt and the caffeine of coffee make this a good way to have your caffeine and eat it too.

Cherry coffee

Coffee and fruit combinations might sound counter-intuitive, but this is a good one. Pulp some cherries, preferably in a blender or food processor to achieve a smooth texture that will blend easily with your milk and coffee. If you pick your cherries wisely, you may not even need to add sugar.

ideas taken from:

http://www.newkerala.com/news/fullnews-56913.html

This recipe is easy peasy =) but yummy!  let’s try it~

Ingredients

Chicken wings

Marinate Ingredients

Oyster sauce

Soy sauce

2cm Ginger ( pounded)

4 garlic ( pounded)

1 tsp  of Chili Powder

1 tsbp of Honey

Salt

Method

1. Mix all the ingredients for marinating

2. Marinate the chicken wings for an hour

3. Fry them

Done =)


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