Wednesday, June 9, 2010



After my successful trial on baking pizza, baked this using the same dough but now topped it with tuna. I made them spicy, spreading the mayonnaise on top, done without mozzarella cheese since I don't have any at the moment.

My family truly enjoyed eating them. Tasted great, won't be buying the ready made pizza in future. If you wish to try my version here is the recipe:


Pizza dough kindly refer here.

1 can (185g) tuna in water drained
2 tablespoons chili paste
1 onion sliced
1 tomato chopped
3 cloves garlic chopped
lemon juice
salt to taste

6 T tomato sauce
3 fresh tomatoes sliced
2 big onion sliced
5 T mayonnaise/cheese


* Heat the oil, fry onion and garlic until fragrant, add tomato and salt, cook until tomato turns soft.

* Now add chili powder, stir for few minutes, add tuna and stir well.

* Just before removing from heat, squeeze the lemon juice and add more salt if needed. Cool.

* Preheat oven @ 200 C. Roll out dough into 4 pizza and place onto baking pan. Rest for 30 minutes.

* Spread evenly each pizza with tomato sauce, sprinkle the tuna, followed by onion then tomato. Lastly spread mayonnaise/cheese  on top. Bake for 15 minutes or until golden brown.

Linking to  HEMC 52 - Homemade Pizza

Tuna Pizza on Foodista

Monday, June 7, 2010


Pumpkin Curry Recipe @

This is one of my favorite vegetables. It has slightly sweet coupled with spicy and tangy taste. Since the skin is very tough, I just scrap it lightly without removing the peel. You have to take care not to boil the pumpkin for a long time since it turns soft quite fast. Absolutely delicious, great to serve with rice, chapati or naan.

Saturday, June 5, 2010



We had a change of plan, I was supposedly not cooking today since my children are away but got a call that their original plans were cancelled and was requested to cook something fast and easy.

Immediately went to my kitchen and checked what I have in my fridge. Cooked this  Mee Goreng II without usual meat, seafood and vegetable.

 Surprisingly turned out delicious and received compliments from my children. Really happy to see it gone in no time.

Thursday, June 3, 2010



Went to market recently and spotted some nice and fresh pumpkins off the shelves, bought them hastily. Besides serving the pumpkin as side dish, I baked  this Pumpkin  Cake out of it. It turns out yummy and my family love them so much. If fresh pumpkin is unavailable, use canned pumpkin instead. Here is the recipe:

Tuesday, June 1, 2010


Bombay Curry Chicken Recipe @

After going through my recipe file, this Bombay Curry Chicken  caught my attention. I presume, there is no other simpler way to cook the chicken but despite the easy method, the gravy is  full of wonderful flavor.

What you need to do is to mix the spices and let it comes to boil then add the chicken, simmer until the chicken turns soft. The only change I made is to add more chili powder since it is not spicy enough. It turns out marvelous, best taken with rice or bread.

Bombay Curry Chicken Recipe @