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Thursday, April 2, 2015

Sunnyside Egg

Haiiii.... I'm back. Was away for a long weekend. We went back to Melaka, our hometown. Yeah you read right, OUR. Both hubby and me are from Melaka Bandaraya Bersejarah. Melaka forever! Hahaha... 

The two of us had a swell time in Melaka. It's like being tourists at our own hometown. We visited so many places and do lots of stuffs together. If only our kids were with us, we would have enjoyed it more. Maybe next time okay kids, though we miss both of you loads... Hmmm can't wait for the next get together, just the four of us..... #feelingexcitedgiler! Hahaha... (semenjak berIG ni, dok main hashtag semanjang!)

Anyway, for this entry, I will just post something VERY SIMPLE YET DELICOUS to make for breakfast. And yes.... nice plate! Hahaha... I get that just too often... 


All you need is two sausages of your choice. I used Ramly Beef Frankfurter. 1 egg and a pinch of chillie flakes (or paprika).

Boil 1 1/2 cup water in a small pot. Thaw the sausages. Cut one side of the sausage. Bend it carefully and join both the sausages using a clean toothpick to create a ring shape. Place in the pot of boiling water for 3 minutes or so. Remove the sausage ring and place on a small saucepan on medium heat. 

Pour 2 teaspoons of olive oil into the ring. Carefully crack an egg into the ring. Sprinkle some chilli flakes or paprika in the middle. Cover the small pan till done.

Ready to serve and enjoy!



6 comments:

  1. wah mama bekenan lah kat menu breakfast yg comey ni kaknoor nak tiruuuuuuuuuuuuuuu ni sbb senang , skrg ni malas lah nk buat yg banyak songeh tu

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    1. Boleh je Kak Noor. Buatlah. Senang je pun. Lagipun, bukan idea kita. Kita pun tiru orang juga... hehehe

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  2. okay nak komen ni pun nak letak hashtag gak ler hihi
    #tergodadenganmenubrekfastmama #niceplate

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    1. Hihihii... comel hashtag Mrs. Smile. Hahahaha....

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  3. Salam MF. Terliur sangat tengok cara buat sosej dan telur ni. Saw on FB the other day. Nak kena gi beli sosej ni. Kita pun ada pinggan sama but diff color. nanti kita tayang bila dah buat yer. Hehehe

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    1. Waalaikumussalam Kjee. Senang je buat tapi tu la, kalau tak ada barangnya, cemana nak buat kan Kjee. Wah, Kjee punya piring tu warna biru ke? Masa kita gi kedai tu dulu, ada dua warna je. Kalau ada 10 warna, harus kita beli 10. Yang ada masa tu kuning dan biru je.

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