Sunday, July 24, 2011


Good Morning Malaysia and Asalamualikum...yeah I'm back with my breakfast menu after a two weeks break..... I was just about to upload my breakfast menu...when I saw the news on Amy Winehouse death...

Amy Winehouse, the beehived soul-jazz diva whose self-destructive habits overshadowed a distinctive musical talent, was found dead Saturday in her London home. OMG she was just 27. So sad and may she RIP.  So many terrible things happened lately. I read the news this morning and my heart broke for the tragic massacre in Norway, at least 92 people were killed in the twin attacks.

I am saddened after reading this article. My deepest sympathy to the family and all involved in this tragedy. Thank God we leave in a peaceful and harmony country and happy to hear that Malaysia has been ranked the most peaceful country in South East Asia, the fourth safest in the Asia Pacific behind New Zealand, Japan and Australia, and the 19th safest and peaceful out of 153 countries in the world.... I', proud to be MALAYSIAN however  I am sad that we lost 5-3 to Singapore last night in the soccer match anyway I believe our TM - TEAM MALAYSIA will wake up and fight back !!!!!! ha...ha... Malaysia BOLEH.

OK so much about good and bad news this morning, as usual life has to go on...God has blessed us to see another day, so we have to treat  every day like we are leaving 100 more kind ... 

I have no plan for today, it's gonna be just another lazy usual get the breakfast ready for my girls.... I heard the youngest planned to see HARRY PORTER movie...That could be I will have to chauffeur her to the cinema.....well....good idea, I can skipped cooking lunch... good excuse ha...

For Breakfast today I made Soy Sauce Fried Vermicelli and Cinnamon Ice Cream french Toast. Simple and light. So here's the how I made my breakfast.


This fried vermicelli is a Chinese style using soy sauce and some oyster sauce. I added some shrimps and chicken liver. Very tasty and serve best with green chilies pickle.


  • 1 packet vermicelli noodles (very thin, clear noodles made of bean/pea flour) -
  • 100 gm shrimps shelled and devined
  • 2 chicken liver cut into bites size
  • 7 french beans halved
  • 1 carrot cut into ring
  • 5 young corn - halved and cut into stripe
  • 5 gloves garlic - chopped
  • 1 cup chicken broth (or vegetarian "chicken" broth)
  • 4 Tbsp. soy sauce (or wheat-free soy sauce for gluten-free diets)
  • 1 tsp. dark soy sauce (or 1 extra Tbsp. soy sauce OR wheat-free soy sauce)
  • 1 Tbsp. oyster sauce
  • 1/2 cup water
  • 1 tsp peppercorns


  1. Soak noodles in a pot of cold or room-temperature water for approximately 20-30 minutes, or until soft enough to eat (some brands may take up to 1 hour). The noodles will absorb much of the water and expand - they will also magically turn from white to transparent. Drain and set aside. Tip: If the noodles won't stay immersed in the water (they are very difficult to bend/break when dry), weigh them down with a heavy bowl.
  2. Heat up oil saute the chicken liver and shrimps. Add in garlic and stir fry till chicken almost done.
  3. Add in water, chicken broth and seasoning.
  4. Add carrot, french beans and young corn.
  5. Now add the drained noodles, gently turning them in the wok/pan with 2 large spoons or wooden "shovels". Turn down the heat to minimum. Stir-frying Tip: If the noodles remain too clumped together, use a pair of clean scissors to cut them into smaller, easier-to-manage lengths. You can cut them directly in the wok/pan, without removing or touching them with your hands. Just be careful not to "cut" or scrape the bottom of the wok/pan.
  6. Note that this dish can be served either "wet" or "dry". That is, you can serve the noodles immediately for a saucer dish (as soon as the noodles are covered in sauce). OR you can continue to gently turn the noodles over low heat until all the sauce has been absorbed by the noodles (they will then be dry and slightly sticky). Either way, this glass noodle dish is sure to please.
  7. Serve with a sprinkling of green onions and fried shallots.

Asalamualikum, kembali bersiaran dengan sajian sarapan pagi.... hem... pagi yang indah dan syukur alahamdulilah dipanjatkan lagi usia kita....walaupun disekeliling kita penuh dengan kejadian-kejadian yang mengerikan. Pagi-pagi lagi udah dengar tragedi yang menghayat hati.... seram dibuatnya rasanya dunia ini sudah penuh dengan orang-orang yang berpenyakit. Bayangkan dalam sekelip mata 92 orang terbunuh dalam trajedi di Norway. Sebagi rakyat Malaysia kita patut bersyukur kita hidup dalam suasana yang aman damai, malah Malaysia adalah negara yang 19 berbanding 153 negara, negara yang terselamat di dunia. Alahamdulilah kita hidup dengan aman dan makmur.- Amin

OK lah pagi ini seperti biasa, merupa hujung minggu yang malas, saya tidak ada cadangan nak keluar cuma dengar ura-ura anak dara yang bongsu tu semalam udah merengek hendak tenguk HARRY PORTTER, kakak-kakaknya bercerita semalaman dah dia minta temankan. Tenguk lah nanti macam mana, kalau benar-benar Eyba hendak tenguk HARRY PORTTER, hari ini dapur cutilah, makan diluar aje...malas nak kecah-kecah dapur. Apa pun sarapan pagi tetap kena siapkan.  Subuh-subuh lagi saya dah siapkan bihun goreng kicap. Bihun ini memang kesukaan anak-anak. Bihun ini banyak meninggalkan kenangan manis kepada mereka..ialah makanan yang disajikan oleh guru sekolah tadika...kalau hendak goreng bihun aje dia orang mintak bihun kicap. Kali ini saya masukkan hati ayam, sayang tenguk bergolek-golek dalam fridge, sayuran pula ambil aje apa yang ada, saya masukkan buncis, lobak merah dan jagung. Ialah hari ini hari minggu stock clearance..kena clear semua stock kerana jap lagi dah nak beli stok baru.  

Sarapan pemanis pula saya buat favorite saya Cinnamon Fresh Toast. Kalau saya, saya makan begitu aje tetapi kalau anak-anak dia orang suka makan dengan ais krim. Semua siap dihidang kalau dia orang nak panas-panas, pandai-pandailah micro wave kan. Tugas saya untuk sarapan pagi udah selesai, lepas ni hendak ke pasar pula... so ENJOY dan selamat beristirehat ya!!!!

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