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Tuesday, June 28, 2011

Congrats Nora & Deno / Sayur Campur ala Kjee


Last Saturday, we went to my relative's wedding in Johor Bahru at the Dewan Jubli Intan, Jalan Ayer Molek. It had been years since I went back to Johor Bahru. And it had been ages since I last meet most of my relatives (mom's side). We reached there around 12 noon. Not many guests had arrived that time. Mostly were relatives. And from my table, I was more interested to see who were in the hall rather than the delicious food served.

Time really flies... I am embarrased to say that some of them, I can barely recognised. Once, I was sitting at the reception area, this nephew of mine came and greet me, cheerfully. And I did not recognise him. I was saying to myself, hmmm such a nice guy to ask my whereabouts. After a while, when we were outside, waiting for the bride and groom to enter, I was with another niece of mine. And along came that Mr Nice Guy. I whispered to my niece, who is that guy and she said... kan Achai tu! OH MY GOD! Is it my eyes or he had changed? Well, the answer is... he had changed to a bigger size.... just like me... hahahaha... Sorry Chai, tak kenal masa Acai salam... sebab dah comel sangat... hehehehe....

To Nora Zainab Mohamed Ariff and Deno Aswal Abdul Rahman, congratulations on your wedding. Marriage is not only the beginning of a relationship but also the end of a life long search for the other half of your soul. May both of you live happy ever after....

Ya, you looked gorgeous my darling! Bertuah abang Deno mu.
Yed, thanks for the photo ya..


Posted by MamaFaMi
Adapted from : Dapur Kjee

Ingredients :

oil for cooking
garlic - chopped
dried shrimp - washed
enough water
French beans (kacang buncis) - sliced
Carrots - sliced
Potatos - cleaned, sliced and fried
Fresh red chillie - sliced
1 teaspoon thick chicken stock
1 teaspoon oyster sauce
soya sauce
sesame oil
1 teaspoon cornflour - mixed with 1 tablespoon of water

To garnish :

Crispy fried onion

Ingredients :

1. Heat a bit of oil in a wok and add in the chopped garlic.
2. Add in dried shrimp and enough water.
3. Add in the carrots and french beans. Stir for a while the the vegetables are slightly soft.
4. Add in the fresh chillie and potato.
5. Season with oyster sauce, soya sauce, thick chicken stock and pepper. Drizzle with a bit of sesame oil.
6. Just before removing from heat, pour in the cornflour mixture. Once the gravy thickens, remove from heat and sprinkle with crispy fried onion and ready to serve.

Have a nice day!


  1. salam mama.. suami ita suka sayur campur ni.. tambah letak udang lagi terangkat.. lama dah tak masak sayur gini..

  2. mengancam aih....renovate rumah nak sambut raya ka?

  3. Hi MamaFami, I used to live in JB long ago, in the early '80s, at Bukit Serene very close to Mechinta hotel, Straitsview hotel, and a stone's throw from Sultan's palace.

    Love JB too.
    Couldn't help smiling read you didn't recognize your nephew, and others, ha ha.
    When we balek kampong, nobody recognized me.
    When the day we left, I weighed 140 pounds. When I returned after 12 years, I weighed 205 pounds, ha ha....
    nasib baik evenly spread out, not fat, ha aunties refuse to open their gate and door till I cried out who I was, ha ha.

    That is a lovely bride and groom.
    Wishing them every happiness.
    You have a nice day.

  4. mama..nk pinjam kata-kata "...Marriage is not only the beginning of a relationship but also the end of a life long search for the other half of your soul.." tu ek...hehehe

  5. iskh..nape kalu mama masak sayur semuanya sya nampak sedap jer..kalau sya buat sayur yg sama pun x nmpk mcm tu..ade rahsia ke mama?? meh bisik kat sya...hehehe

  6. Alhamdulillah & Tahniah kepada pengantin supaya bahagia di dunia dan akhirat.

    Kalau camni kenalah, selalu2 balik Johor kan? Nanti baru kenal semua orang. Betul ke?

  7. hehehe gambo tu pun yed cilok org punye akak oi.. lupa sape punye gambo ntah... kredit to tuan punye gambo....


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