2012-04-27

Cooking mama day

Weekends are my masak masak days. Just last Sunday, I whipped up 3 things for my family. My husband was still cooking lunch for us, as I  went to gym on Sunday morning. I couldn't come back on time to cook lunch.
So right after lunch, I steamed and mashed some sweet potatoes. Mix it with flour and sugar to form a dough. Divide the dough into halves. First half was to make sweet potatoes balls and second half was to make sweet potatoe balls also. Please feel free to click on the below button to see what I had cooked up like storm in the kitchen on last Sunday.
  

27 comments:

  1. wow... you are also doing the 'coding' ah... :D Nice dinner, and I think I will do the same with the potatoes I have sitting at home.. hehehe.

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  2. Wah~ Not only you are cooking up a storm in your kitchen, you are 'coding up a storm' in this entry. 3 interactive push button! SK must be very happy~~

    So, last Sunday was sweet potatoes themed? What's coming this Sunday?

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    1. an lor, i was so impressed when i saw the three buttons!! so "lek" hor she can do three buttons now!! later she combines buttons and the radio buttons and i gotta give my script king throne to her already~~ :D

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    2. fuyoh, how come her reply got shaded box geh?? my one don't have woh.. this one better, easier to read right??

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  3. That's a fun activity too.... cooking for your loved ones are a blessing too :D

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  4. Wah all about potato.. Will become 'potato' or not? Hehe just kidding la..

    I prefer the dessert, as I love tong sui more~

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  5. first of all, claps claps to this three button post!! wah, really impressive!! you very "lek"~~~

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  6. wah, so the whole day cooking!! alternate is it?? one week cooking, one week baking?? you are becoming so professional already lah..

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  7. so clever, you split the sweet potato dough into two.. the deep fried one i seen before lah cos quite common, but the one cooked in water really something new to me..

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  8. and the fried pan mee looks good!! aiyoh, what a nice dinner lor.. that pan mee and the sweet potato soup, nice combination!!

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  9. how come you so "selfish" only showed what you cooked but not the lunch by your husband geh?? :D

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  10. Cooking of love. Masak-masak you sudah menjadi menjadi! U got to ajar me how to the link...so much interesting...

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  11. yummy one ... thanks for sharing

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  12. Finally the complete dish of the main dish the shop serves it nice and thick.

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  13. i like the fried noodles...
    simple n looks very delicious....

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  14. hey, how did you do those buttons like that.. so clever! It is 10.26pm now.. time to take supper.. hahaha...

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  15. I never heard of theses foods...looks and sounds like something I would love to try. thanks!

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  16. Mmmmm......they look yummy. I guess your kids and hubby must looking forward to the weekend to see what cooking mama is going to cook today :)

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  17. Sweet potato balls and fried pan mee.. scrumptious dinner. Lucky family.

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  18. Sedaaaaaaap! Sunday is my rest day and working in the kitchen is the last thing I want to do haha. Cooking 2 meals everyday from Mon-Fri is enough for me :p

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  19. My kids love the sweet potato balls too.

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  20. how nice i can get a share of your pan mee. it looks delicious! Followed by that sweet dessert, happy!!

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  21. Oh, look like you are installing the buttons too. How to do it?

    And you sure have busy week cooking at home. It has been a while since I cook lunch or dinner.

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  22. Bravo bravo! Sure a fun and busy weekend! So tech savvy lar your this post..hehe. Btw, what kind of exercises you do at the gym? Run on the threadmill?

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