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Wednesday, February 26, 2014

Mushroom and Sausage Omelette


I have always dread how my Mondays look like. Why? Because, the same pattern will continue for the whole week, normally! Like this week, it started with a 'hectic-and-full-of-surprises-plus-adhoc-plans' kind of Monday. And till today, it stays the same!

All I wanted to do today was just to go for my morning walks and come back to my home sweet home and do my ironing. But did I do that? Well, I did that PLUS many others! And now, it is only past 9.30pm, I think I'm quite drained out! Hahaha... maklumlah umur-umur cenggini kan....

So after posting this entry, I'm going to shut down the computer, grab a book, lie down on the bed and then we'll is either me reading the book or should it be the other way round... hahahaha...


The idea came from trying to clean my fridge and trying to finish off the eggs so that I can get a new fresh tray of eggs.

Posted by MamaFaMi

Ingredients :

3 eggs
5 button mushrooms - sliced thinly
some oyster musrooms - tear to small pieces
sausages - sliced thinly
1/2 fresh red chillie - diced
1/2 holland onion - diced
scallion - cut to small pieces
salt to taste

a bit of cooking oil (I used olive oil)

Method :

1. Beat the eggs in a bowl and add the rest of the ingredients.
2. Heat the skillet with a bit of oil then pour the mixture into the pan.
3. While the eggs are firm on the bottom, but still slightly runny on top, sprinkle the sausages over the eggs. Continue cooking the omelette until the eggs bubble on top.
3. Gently flip the omelette to the other side. Keep cooking for another minute or two, until the omelette is no longer runny.
4. Remove from heat and ready to serve.

Have a nice day!

Friday, February 21, 2014

Cheese Cake Meleleh



"No amount of guilt can change the past,
and no amount of worrying can change the future.
Go easy on yourself,
for the outcome fo all affairs
is determined by God's decree.

If something is meant to go elsewhere,
it will never come your way,
but if it is yours by destiny,
from it you cannot flee."

- Sayyidina Umar ibn al-Khattab (RA)


The 'journey' of my sponge cake does not end there. I've transformed it into another delicious cake, CHEESE CAKE MELELEH.

This cake was made famous quite some time ago, but I just didn't have the heart or shall I say, the courage to try it out, just because of my 'jinx' towards sponge cakes. But when I tasted this cake that I bought from MABIQ (lovely place to dine. Lovely food, lots of variety and very reasonable price too) in Kuantan when we had lunch there two weeks ago, I just fell in love with it. So I said to myself, I've just got to try this out and I did... I can now heave a sigh of relief for not having to crave for this cake anymore...hahaha... 

Posted by MamaFaMi
Source 1 : Sweet4ever
Source 2 : Rahel

1 cooled SPONGE CAKE


Ingredients :

250g cream cheese (I used Tatura)
200g condensed milk (I used Saji)
100g Whip cream (I used Value Pride)
50g fresh milk

Method :

1. Beat the cream cheese till creamy, to avoid crumbly mixture.
2. Add in the rest of the ingredients and beat till smooth and slightly runny. Ready to use.
Note : The amount of the ingredients used may be adjusted to your liking. I made some changes to the original recipe.


125g cheddar cheese - shredded (I used Beqa)

To assemble :

1. Slice the cake to about 1/2 inch thick. Cut to the size of the container you intend to use.
2. Place one piece into the container.
3. Spread some cream to cover the cake.
4. Place another piece of cake on top and spread more cream on top.
5. Sprinkle some shredded cheddar cheese.
6. Ready to serve.

Have a nice day!

Thursday, February 20, 2014

Sponge Cake (sweet4ever)

I have always had these 'jinx' when it comes to baking sponge cakes. I don't really know why, though I've followed exactly what the recipe said, but still, it will end up either being heavy or 'very not a sponge cake should look like'. And saddest part is, it will rise up nicely in the oven, and makes my heart fills with great joy and happiness but soon as it comes out of the oven.... pooofffff... it will be like a punctured tyre! Huwaaa... 

But did I give up? No I didn't! Yes, I am a stubborn person. I will keep trying and pray for the best. There are a few times I managed to get it right. Alhamdulillah. And In Sha Allah I will never give up. For this recipe, I have to thank Sweet4ever and my dear sifoo Ummi Kuantan for suggesting this lovely recipe to me. May Allah bless you both.

Posted by MamaFaMi
Adapted from : Sweet4ever of MyResipi

Ingredients :

150g superfine flour
1 teaspoon baking powder
150g castor sugar
5 nos eggs (grade A)
1 tablespoon ovalette
80g fresh milk
1 teaspoon vanilla paste
80g melted butter

Method :

1. Sift superfine flour and baking powder into the mixing bowl.
2. Add castor sugar, eggs and ovalette. Beat on high speed for 5 minutes.
3. Reduce the speed, add fresh milk and vanilla paste. Continue beating on high for another 2 minutes or till mixture is really light and fluffy.
4. Pour the melted butter into the mixture and fold using a spatula.
5. Line the base of an 8" x 8" baking pan. Pour the mixture into the pan.
6. Bake in a preheated oven at 170 C for 40 to 45 minutes or till skewer inserted in center of the cake comes out clean.
7. Turn cake over in pan on a wire rack and let cake hang until cool.

Have a nice day!

Thursday, February 13, 2014

Marbled Oil Cake


My sister said, I am emotionally disturbed at the moment. And I think I can't deny that. Thanks to these few Malay novels that I have just finished reading. They really drained out my energy. Not the author to be blamed, neither my sister who passed me the books to read, but all blames should go to me, myself and I. Why can't I be like my sister. She read loads, and not just lots, of books but she always remained calm. Unfortunately I am unable to do the same. I think I am so full of emotions! Hahahaha....

The ratings that I gave to each book is based on how I like the story. And not to judge the writer's writing. I appreciate all authors. Because they have the talent to write and to produce books where else I don't. So yes, if I enjoyed reading the story, the book will surely get good ratings from me.

My sister told me to take a break from reading but I can't afford to do that. I challenged myself to read 27 books this year and to date, I've just finished 6. Still a loooong way to go... will I manage? I will... I can... I have to!!!! Chaiyok mama!!!!!


Posted by MamaFaMi
Source : Kemma81 of MyResepi

Ingredients :

5 eggs
3/4 cup castor sugar
1 tablespoon ovallate
1 cup condensed milk
1/2 teaspoon rose essence
1 cup cooking oil
2 cups flour *
1 teaspoon baking powder * (sift together)

red food coloring

Method :

1. Beat eggs with castor sugar and ovallete on high speed till light and fluffy.
2. Add in condensed milk and rose essence. Continue beating.
3. Pour in cooking oil and beat on lower speed.
4. Fold in flour. Divide the mixture into two bowls and add red food coloring to one bowl and leave the other as it is.
5. Spoon two tablespoons of plain mixture onto the middle of the prepared tin. Top it with two tablespoons of red colored mixture. Repeat the process till all the mixture is finished.
6. Bake in a preheated oven for 45 minutes or till done.

Posted by MamaFaMi
Source : Kemma81 My Resepi

5 biji telur
3/4 cawan gula halus
2 cawan tepung gandum diayak bersama 1 camca teh serbuk penaik / baking powder
1 cawan susu pekat
1 sudu besar ovallate
1 cawan minyak masak
perasa nenas / pisang / ape2 ikut suka
1 sudu teh esen vanila

Bahan-bahan : ( 8 x 8 x 2 inci )

1. Pukul telur bersama gula dan ovallate hingga kembang.
2. Masukkan susu pekat dan esen vanila. Pukul lagi sekejap.
3. Masukkan minyak masak dan perasa sambil dipukul lagi tapi hanya sekadar untuk adunan bergaul rata.
4. Akhir sekali masukkan gandum. Gaul rata. Selepas itu, bahagikan adunan kepada 3 warna.
5. Lenser tin kek berukuran ( 8 x 8 x x2 ) inci dgn mentega, taburkan dengan gandum dan ratakan. Jangan terlalu tebal.Tuang setiap adunan secara berselang-seli dalam bentuk lingkaran hingga habis.
6. Bakar pada suhu 170 darjah selama 40-45 minit. Utk menguji kek dah masak ke belum, cucuk tgh2 kek dgn sebatang lidi. Jika masih melekat tapi permukaan dah kekuningan, tutup permukaan kek dgn tudung periuk. Ini bertujuan supaya permukaan kek tidak hangus.
7. Setelah masak, sejukkan dulu, baru potong.

Have a nice day!

Wednesday, February 12, 2014

As I was....

I was clearing my folders and stumbled into these photos. Rather than let it 'freeze' in the folder and forgotten all about it, might as well i post them in here.

Made these cuppies for Azimah's boss quite sometime back...

And these were for Pak Chu's colleague

Tuesday, February 11, 2014

Labu masak lemak dengan pucuk manis

Dua minggu senyap...
Hihihi.. macamlah tak biasa pulak kan. Nama pun MamaFaMi. Kejap ada...lamaaaa tak de. Nak buat cemana. Kita hanya merancang, Allah yang menentukan. Ku sangka tak busy, tapi sebaliknya pula yang terjadi. Tetapi syukur ke Hadhrat Illahi, semuanya telah berjaya diselesaikan dengan sebaik yang terdaya. Semoga kita semua memperolehi keredhaan Allah dalam setiap perkara baik yang kita lakukan, In Shaa Allah.

Pasal resepi pulak, inilah pertama kali mama memasak menggunakan daun pucuk manis. Sebenarnya tak kenal pun daun ni. Tapi pada suatu hari yang indah (achewa), semasa mama berhenti beli ikan kat gerai tepi jalan, adalah makcik ni jual sayur-sayur kampung. Dialah yang beritahu daun pucuk manis ni. Teruja nak mencuba, belilah seikat. Maka terjadilah kejadian labu masak lemak pucuk manis versi mama. Usah ditanya sukatan dan usah ditanya mengapa resepinya macam ni sebab mama hentam je masuk apa yang mama rasa nak masukkan. Hasilnya... sedaplah di tekak mama! Tekak anda semua? Tak tahulah pulak.. tak jamin... :)

Sumber :  MamaFaMi

Bahan-bahan :

Daun pucuk manis
Ikan bilis
1/2 kiub ikan bilis
sedikit cili padi
Bawang merah
Bawang putih
santan cair
santan pekat
garam secukup rasa

Kaedah penyediaan :

1. Labu dikupas dan dipotong dadu. Cuci bersih dan masukkan ke dalam periuk bersama secukup air. Rebus hingga hampir empuk.
2. Tumbuk cili padi bersama bawang merah dan bawang putih.
3. Bila labu hampir empuk, masukkan bahan tumbuk bersama ikan bilis, kiub ikan bilis dan santan cair. Didihkan.
4. Masukkan daun pucuk manis dan santan pekat.
5. Masukkan garam jika perlu. Bila telah masak, tutup api dan sedia dihidangkan.