May 20, 2012

Home Made Play Dough

Play Dough has been in our childhood life since the beginning of time and for as long as I can remember.
It is both fun and educational. It can develop our little ones fine motor skills and imagination.
My little princess loves it sooo much! She always ask to play with play dough every day.

keep in the airtight container for 'freshness' [^_^]

The ingredients are:

  • All purpose flour - 1 cup
  • Salt   - 1/4 cup
  • cooking oil -  1 tablespoon
  • water - approximately 50 ml
  • food colouring - depend to your liking. ( I used powder)

  1. Mix all dry ingredient together and stir thoroughly.
  2. Add the water bit by bit you until you have the desired texture, if its not enough you can add more and vice-versa.
  3. Now you are done! Try it out.

p/s: keep it in an airtight container to avoid it becomes hard.. if it does, just knead it few times until it become soft again. 

May 19, 2012

Bun Manis....LAGI!!!

I love making these sweet buns.
It is easy to make and good to eat.
Plus my family loves them.
Noticed that my buns looked fluffier than the first time I've made it. [^_^]
Practice makes Perfect! hehe.
These buns can be used as a basic dough to make other types of bread... example like pizza dough, bread sticks and mini sausage roll that I've posted in the previous post.

Sighning off,

May 16, 2012

Sausage Roll

I've made these a couple of days ago... used the recipe from my previous post here.
I've used mini sausage roll from Ayamas.. Black pepper ones, so it gives a little bit of 'heat' to the buns.
I loved it! quite easy to make.

May 15, 2012

Branded POLO Shirt for Sale

Spanish Omellette (Tortilla Espanola)

I've made this quite sometime ago..
It is Tortilla Espanola....or in English, Spanish omelette.
Spanish omelette is typically Spanish dish consisting of a thick egg omelette made with potatoes and fried in olive oil.
                                             Tortilla de patatas cut in half.

The potatoes, ideally starchy rather than waxy ones, are cut and then rinsed in water to remove excess starch, then fried in olive oil at a moderate temperature until they are soft but not brown, then drained, mixed with raw beaten eggs, and slowly fried in a pan. 
The tortilla is fried first on one side and then flipped over to fry on its other side. This may be done with the help of a plate or a "vuelve tortillas" (a ceramic lid-like utensil made for this particular purpose). 
Wetting the plate prevents the tortilla from sticking when it is slid back into the pan. Other ingredients, especially onions, can be added.
The tortilla may be eaten hot or cold; it is commonly served as a snack or picnic dish throughout Spain. As a snack, it may be cut into bite-size pieces served on cocktail sticks.

My version of Spanish Omelette


  • Egg
  • Potato
  • Onion
  • Garlic
  • Bay leaf


  1. Sauté onion until it is soft.
  2. Then add the potatoes, a little bit of water and the bay leaf.
  3. When the potatoes is cooked remove the bay leaf.
  4. The egg is beaten and cooked in a non-stick pan with a slow fire. Then put in the potatoes.
  5. When the one side is cooked and set flipped it to cook the other side.
  6. Ready to serve

Signing off,
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