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Thursday, October 3, 2013

Lempeng Kelapa


To me, reading can sometimes be hazardous. I have just finished reading YANG MANIS by Marissa. It's a nice story of a lady with such determination to go for what she thinks is best for her. And as far as I could remember, I didn't shed a tear reading this book. This situation is very RARE when it comes to MamaFaMi. OMG OMG OMG... where have my soft feelings gone to?Huhuhu... But the feeling like wanting to punch someone on the face is there! Hahahaha.. oh thank God, I am still my usual ol' self! Hahahaha...

Oh well, that is not the hazardous part that I meant to say, it's the mention of food in the book that is hazardous especially to someone who is so lazy to be in the kitchen, like me! Huhuhu.. But luckily it was just a 'lempeng kelapa' (coconut pancake), which is quite effortless to prepare. And so, we had that for tea yesterday! Thanks to Marissa for the idea. My mom had a broad smle on her face when I served her the pancakes with the sambal. She had a second helping infact. Alhamdulillah....


Posted by MamaFaMi

Ingredients :

1 cup flour
1/2 teaspoon baking powder
3/4 cup freshly grated coconut
salt to taste
enough water

Method :

1. Sift flour and baking powder into a bowl.
2. Add in the grated coconut, salt and water. Mix well. Batter must neither be too thick nor too runny.
3. Heat a teaspoon of oil in a flat saucepan. Spoon some batter onto the saucepan and cover. Let it cook on one side then turnover the pancake so that both sides are nicely cooked.
4. Serve with granulated sugar or sambal.

Have a nice day!

Wednesday, October 2, 2013

Happy Birthday My Darling Boy

Today, my son turns 18. But he is still my baby and will always be. We love you so much boy.... (tak boleh tulis panjang panjang, nanti mama dia 'hujan')

Thank you so much to Aisyah for baking this lovely cake for my son. Appreciate it very much Aisyah. Nanti leh order lagi ye...

To those who are interested to order from Aisyah, kindly visit her blog at Indah D'Rasa
And thank you to Ummi cayang for making this possible.

Have a nice day!

Tuesday, October 1, 2013

Empress Breadmaker Manual and Recipe Booklet

I received an email from Zion Wong, asking me if I still have my Empress Bread Maker's recipe. And what a coincidence, I do have them and the best part is, I've already scanned them. I think I must have done that for Wafa before this. Thought of sharing the recipe manual here but I kept delaying. So for today, I will share the Empress Bread Maker Manual and also the recipe that comes with it. I do hope these manuals will be of some help to those who may have lost theirs.


and please click HERE FOR THE RECIPE BOOK

Thank you to STAYIN STEYN for the tutorial or otherwise, I wouldn't know how to attach this pdf documents into the blog post. Your help is much appreciated.

Have a nice day everyone!