Weekend homecook food

16:27 Yannie 40 Comments

Different from many stay at home moms (SAHM), SAHM usually off the stove on weekends, I mess up the stove on weekends. When my husband was around, he would cook us a normal 3 dishes 1 soup meal.  When he wasn't around, I would cook something simple like these.
 Homemade Mee Hoon Kueh soup.
 Fried mee hoon.
 Fried Cintan mee.
Baby porridge. Why it called baby porridge, because I cooked it with grated carrots, potatoes, pumpkins and sweet potatoes.

In the afternoon, I would try out new recipes in baking, and also making the tea time snacks for my girls.

Cornflakes cookies.  
Mangoes yogurt cake baked with rice cooker.
 Kuih Batik.
Mangoes Konnyaku jellies.

40 comments:

  1. Hi Sheoh, all your cooking and baking very delicious. You are getting better each day with your baking. Congratulation to you. Keep up the good job.

    Have a nice day.

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  2. hahaha, so your husband is a better cook than you??

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  3. or he is just not as lazy as you only?? kakaka~~

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  4. guess your interest and passion is in baking itself and not cooking right?? :)

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  5. anyway i like your fried beehoon and the kuih batik woh.. looks good and can be a complete meal!!

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  6. so this is a scheduled post before you head for your holiday?? hehe~~ :p

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  7. wah, your sister Yvonne also baked her kuih batik during the weekends woh~~

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  8. No wonder my comment can't get through.... SK is here spamming.

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  9. u're not a sahm also cook so much. I wonder if u are a sahm u're goona be some super sahm edi :)

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  10. I was just saying that, when my hubb is away on weekends, I cook a soup to go with plain rice :p Call me lazy, but there's only 2 of us (me + Avery) eating and the younger one is on the "disagree-on-everything" mode - rebellious!

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  11. Everything above look yummy.... except the baby porridge. I dislike musky porridge :p

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  12. Yeah...my kitchen is closed during weekends when Hubs is around.

    Husband and wife also can cook so well. Your fried meehoon looks so yummy. I suck at frying meehoon. Your baby porridge alot of work..I will just chop those carrots and stuff in wedges and dump everything in the pot.

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  13. Mee hoon kueh - is this easy to make? Never tired making it. Love fried mee hoon - yours looks enticing. Your girls are lucky

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  14. I like the fried mee hon and fried cintan..
    you just make me so hungry now.. and now I am diet le...

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  15. wah ... mangoes yogurt cake..
    Last weekend I had mango dessert and now I am looking forward for a mango dessert.. yummy..

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  16. On most weekends, my kitchen is closed but sometimes when we do not go anywhere, I will still drag my feet there and cook something simple. I love all your noodles, meehoon and baked goodies. So yummy!

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  17. Those are not simple my dear:D simple for me is a bowl of instant noodle or peanut butter with sugar on white bread for me. Lol! I love all you so call simple dishes and bakes. If I come visit you, you will make very happy with just one of your simple dishes. Xoxo

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  18. Yan, these all need patience, need to spare some valuable time to have delicious meal at home with family.

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  19. Those looks delish! I'm craving for fried mee hoon now. hmm... must go buy some mee hoon first!

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  20. so long i've never eaten mee hoon kueh soup, all looking very good!always like your fried mee hoon, they're still in good strands! Though you said is simple but it's good and appetising..can start posting recipes on your cooking!

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  21. Hmm you are becoming expert in cooking already... Hehe ;)
    All of them looks yummy to me!

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  22. Those dishes look good lar. You're an expert already! And so many bakes and treats for the kids during weekend. How can they not idolize you? :)

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  23. Those were not easily prepared food. But they look delicious.

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  24. gosh i am drooling again especially the kuih batik :)

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  25. Agreed with you. My kitchen stove also worked on weekends!! But I only make simple dishes. Yours is so yummylicious!!

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  26. Your husband cooks in the weekend ah..so nice

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  27. Oh i love the noodles... is Fried Cintan mee spicy? if it's spicy i would eat that all day... oh i wanna move next to ur house so we can be neighbors lol

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  28. Everything looks delicious! I love simple meals like this! I could eat two plate of fried bee hoon, my favourite!

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  29. wow ... great home cook yan ;)
    i so love the Homemade Mee Hoon Kueh soup ... make me recall back my ah mah used to cook this for me when i was a child .... i can smell that Mee Hoon Kueh soup ... hahaha .. she will add brown mushroom to make it taste good .....

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  30. I wish you can post up the cornflakes cookies cos I am seeking for one simple one...ehehheheh

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  31. Wah so much food.....I can come over to eat?

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  32. Not bad meals to me. I am sure the girls enjoyed the food and baking at home with you.

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  33. You can cook n bake so well..

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  34. looks fabulous!!!! I love cooking too..I think it is fun. I do not know the recipes for the delightful things you cooked...

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  35. Wah, never knew that you can use a rice cooker to bake cake!!

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