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Monday, 1-Jan-2007 19:49 Email | Share | Bookmark
Happy New Year 2007!


Only two days of countdown (6th and 5th day ) and I left my fp unattended Terrible sorry for that

So, did everyone have a great Hari Raya Haji and New Year? I hope so! Our Raya Haji was celebrated moderately, with me cooking bihun soto and begedel with the help of a few friends and another friend cooking rendang and nasi himpit. Pictures? Only managed to catch a few sajer

Anyways, regardless of that, last monday was me and zairul's 3rd anniversary sedar tak sedar dah 3 tahun dah..cepat betul masa berlalu. We ended up staying at home the whole day though, sbb Zairul was tired from working the night before. I didn't really make anything special though, when I thought I would Dunno la.. tak terbuat apa..maybe later I guess

So today is already the 3rd of January, 2007 and the recipe that I'd like to share today was actually made a few days back, when we had no more ayam in the fridge Simple, hearty vegetable pottage on a cold winter night. Sedap makan ngan toasted bread.

3 medium sized potatoes, diced
1/2 a carrot, diced
1/2 a broccoli, cut into smaller pieces
1/2 a large green onion, thinly sliced
1/4 a pumpkin, diced
1 stick of celery, diced
1 clove of garlic, thinly sliced
1 tsp grated ginger
1 cube of chicken stock
1 tsp butter
1 1/2 cup of water
1 cup milk
1 tsp flour stirred in 2 tbsp of water
salt, sugar and pepper to taste
1 slice of cheese

How to make:

1. Dice all veggies into small size cubes and simmer in 1 1/2 cup of water, except for the broccoli. Add in also the onions, garlic, grated ginger and chicken stock and simmer with medium heat for 15 minutes.
2. Later add in milk, slice cheese and butter and simmer for 5-10minutes.
3. Lastly, add in flour stirred in water and season with salt, sugar and pepper to your liking. Cover the pot and simmer again with low heat for 10-15 minutes . Eat warm with toasted rye bread.

** You can adjust the amount of water for the soup. Less water for more thicker soup and more water or milk for thinner soup.

An up close look

So there you go, another hearty soup for any nights you don't feel like eating rice or maybe just too lazy to defrost the meat or chicken in the fridge. Sedap I tell you! ( puji diri sendiri ker cik kiah oii?? )


School's winter break is almost over and I still have a few more reports to finish. I apologize for not being able to reply all the lovely comments from everyone, but i'll try my best to do so later on okay!

So all the best in 2007 for everyone and may this year will be another tremendous year for all of us! Take care people!

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