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♥...Awards, Coke Float & a Break from BlogWorld...♥

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Hellooooooooooooooooooo friends!!! How U all been???

So sorry I've been missing from blogging world for past 1 week! It's not because my Hubby is around, but we both have been really busy with our MegaProject lately! Hehehe, okey lemme reveal what our MP is all about...

WE ARE MOVING TO OUR NEW HOME!!!

Yes, we'll be moving to our newly renovated home soon! Right now, we are touching up whatever necessary and gearing up for the Housewarming coming weekend. Phewwww! It's really tiring I would say, especially my Hubby. He has put in so much of time, effort and money into this MegaProject...after all, this would be our Dream Home where we'll spend rest of our life together...

So, with loads of work we got in hand...I'll have to take a break from blogging until everything is settled, maybe about 2~3 weeks or so. I shall meet U all again from my new kitchen with all new food, I hope! Yeehaaaaa! Till we meet again, take care all!!! Forget me Not!

Before leaving, lemm…

♥...GHEE RICE...♥

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Hello everyone!!! How r U all doing today??? Well, I've been really busy since my Hubby came back...hehehe!

Sorry for no updates for past 2 days from myself. As I said before, I cooked ghee rice and some side dishes to go along with it last Saturday (the day Hubby arrived). I've posted my Ghee Rice pics before but not the recipe. Would like to share the way I do it with all of U...actually I'm pretty sure most of U already knew how to do it...but those who prefer some variation, may try out my style too (it's actually my Mum's style)...

Okey, since I have not much time to blabber today...let's get to the recipe...

GHEE RICE by love2cook (using electric rice-cooker)

Ingredients :~
4 cups Basmathi rice (washed and soaked in water for 30 minutes, then drain excessive water)4 cups water1 cup evaporated milksalt2 tbsp ghee1 tbsp margerine2 tbsp garlic-ginger paste1 tbsp shallots paste1 cinnamon stick3 cardamom pods1 star anise1 stalk lemongrass (crushed)2 screwpine leav…

♥...Yogurt Chicken Curry II...♥

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Hi friends, sorry for the late update on my Yogurt Chicken Curry II recipe...which we had together with the Egg Paratha Rolls...see N3 before this or CLICK.

I'd always prefer curries which are thicker rather than the lighter/watery ones...so there goes with all my curries I've posted here b4...U may still add more water/milk to make it lighter...but don't forget to adjust the seasonings as well!

Like I've said earlier, there's another version of Chicken Curry using yogurt already been posted in my blog before. Check it out HERE... it's typed in Malay!

Therefore, I named this newer recipe as Yogurt Chicken Curry II...

It basically has yogurt as main...but the method of cooking is slightly different and I skipped potatoes...

Enough of suspense...let's see the recipe...hehehe!

YOGURT CHICKEN CURRY II

Ingredients :~
1 whole chicken ( cleaned and cut into medium-sized pieces)4 shallots *4 garlic cloves *2 cm ginger * ( * pounded together)1 large onion ~ sliced2 green …

♥...Egg Paratha Rolls with Yogurt Chicken Curry II...♥

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That was our dinner last night. I had some leftover chicken curry from the lunch, so I decided to make the Egg Paratha Rolls by Gert, which has been kept pending awhile...

I made something similar with the parathas the other day...check out Sardine Egg Paratha

Anyways, to Gert...thanks alot for sharing this lovely, simple n quick recipe! Allow me to C&P the recipe here for future reference.

We three really enjoyed it...will have to re-do it again when my Hubby is back in town...
Owh yeah, he's on the way back right now!!! Flying from Brazil...going through few stops...final would be from Dubai to KLIA!

Okey, back to the title again...hahaha!

EGG PARATHA ROLLS
Ingredients :~

3 pcs of frozen paratha (I used Kawan brand)
3 eggs
½ onion – slice thinly
1 spring onion – cut small ( I used green chillies)
Salt and pepper to taste

Method :~

1. In a bowl beat the eggs, add in salt, pepper, onion and spring onion. Mix well and set it aside.
2. In a non stick pan over medium heat co…

♥...Banana Coconut Balls/Fritters...♥

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Our breakfast today...!

I'm used to make Banana Balls/Fritters (Cekodok Pisang) quite often due to overwhelming request from my dear Hubby and Rishie. To clear off banana stock, this solution always come to my rescue!

Sometimes, I'll add freshly grated coconut (toasted without oil) into the batter, to give it better taste and aroma. And, I did the same this time.

Okey, let's see what U need to make this ez-bz Banana Coconut Balls...


Ingredients :~

8-10 ripe bananas80gm sugar ~ less if the banana is really sweet1 tsp flat bicarbonate soda4 tbsp toasted coconut 1 cup plain flour / tepung gandumpinch of saltoil to fryMethods :~
In a bowl, mash the bananas. Add sugar, baking powder, salt and toasted coconut. Mix well. Now, add plain flour and mix. The batter should not be too watery/too much flour. Adjust accordingly.Allow the batter to marinade for 20 minutesHeat oil in wok...not too hot. Take a spoonful of batter and drop it gently into oil. Immediately keep turning it with a …