Tuesday, July 22, 2014
After making my beef curry, I decided to post a vegetarian curry this time. Ramadhan is now ending meaning Eid is just round the corner. I love Eid, here and even in Malaysia. The eid songs blasting in full volume in the malls , everyone busy shopping for new clothes and then Eid day morning everyone flocking off to the mosque to pray the eid prayers. So looking forward for Eid .
Saturday, July 19, 2014
Yes the above photo is quite messy, my photography skills isnt exactly the best. But dont be fooled by the photo as it tastes great. I know quite a number of my followers dont eat beef but unfortunately I am a big beef lover so I want to share with you a beef curry recipe. Feel free to change to mutton or even chicken if you want.
Thursday, July 17, 2014
I am depressed, first to see the chaos and suffering in the Palestine and again another Malaysian airline being shot down (!?!?!) . Sometimes I wonder what kind of a world I have brought my boys into. I pray that it would turn out better by the time they grow up.
I have always heard of different kinds of cobblers and kept meaning to try and make one. A few weeks a go a fellow blogger Velva from Tomatoes on the Vine posted a delicious looking peach cobbler. What tempted me to try it was that it was a very easy recipe and it used canned peaches instead of fresh. We do get fresh peaches but they are quite expensive and I want to try budget recipes this fasting month.
Tuesday, July 15, 2014
What is the difference between a quiche and tart? Does anyone know. I read on one website that a quiche has more filling than a tart , is that it? So I guess I would go with quiche for this recipe as it has more filling. I have made this quiche( or would you call this a savory tart?) several times and the kids and hubby love it.
Saturday, July 12, 2014
Flu in the house is almost over, now its fussy one's turn although his is quite mild and is in good spirits . Thank you to those who took the time to stop over and all the well wishes :). My mouth still feels like cardboard.
These little rolls are sold in some of the shops that sells local snacks. I have tried to replicate it so this is my version of it. During Ramadhan these local snacks are very popular as you need something to nibble during the night when you are feeling a bit hungry. My mum always makes one or two savoury and one sweet snack during Ramadhan to break the fast at the end of the day.