Salam and Good Morning All, it's Monday Blues again....I'm not really myself this morning ..feel a little bit lethargic, no....no it's not football, I don't really bothered who won..Manchester United or Manchester City, just heard over the radio that Manchester United finally beat Manchester 3-2...ha..ha not a football fan but kept myself updated on world's favourite game ha!!!
A simple breakfast today...fSrom some leftover meatballs that I made during Myraz's birthday celebration, fried the meatballs and stuffed in Pita Bread. I used the store bought pita bread...a bit dry but I steamed the bread for a few second. Served these pita bread sandwich with mayo and some ketchup. My girl's packed some to school. It's good and filling enough to last till lunch.
Here's some context on Pita Bread and some history where it came from. Information excerpted from Wikipedia
Pita or pitta ( // pi-tə) is a round pocket bread widely consumed in many Middle Eastern, Mediterranean, and Balkan cuisines. It is prevalent in Greece, the Balkans the Levant, the Arabian Peninsula and Turkey. The "pocket" in pita bread is created by steam, which puffs up the dough. As the bread cools and flattens, a pocket is left in the middle.
Pita is now the western name for the Arabic bread called khubz (ordinary bread), other breads of Arab or Egyptian, or kumaj (a Turkish loanword properly meaning a bread cooked in ashes), all baked in a brick oven. It is slightly leavened wheat bread, flat, either round or oval, and variable in size. The tenth-century Arab cookery book, Kitab al-Tabikh by ibn Sayyar al-Warraq, includes six recipes for khubz, all baked in a tannur, which is like the modern tandooroven, in its Chapter 13. Historians believe its history extends far into antiquity, since flatbreads in general, whether leavened or not, are among the most ancient breads, needing no oven or even utensil for their baking. The first evidence of flat breads occur in and around Amorite Damascus
Apa hal la hari ini mata memang tak terangkat langsung...mengatuk betul....ek...ek...bukan tenguk bola tak minat sampai nak berjaga malam..biar pun ramai yangsanggup bersengkang mata hendak tenguk MU lawan Manchester City....tak kuasa saya hendak menunggu..dengar resultnya di radio sudah...Ok pagi ini breakfast cukup simple..main sumbat-sumbat aje. Meatball dari Sweedish Meatballs saya buat untuk majlis Mraz masih ada sedikit...saya goreng meatballs ini sumbat dalam roti pita. Roti pun beli yang sudah siap. Untuk bahan-bahan lain tu bolehla letak salad, tomato dan bawang. Bahan tambahan ini ikut selera masing-masing sahaja. Hidang bersama mayo atau sos-sos kegemaran anda. Ha..itu dia menu orang mengantuk....sekejap lagi hendak buat secawan kopi kow...kow...
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