Tuesday, 29 November 2011

Layer crepe cake

layer crape cake


Fresh cream
blueberry/strawberry filling

Bahan-bahan( crepe batter)

 1 1/2 cawan tepung gandum
6 sudu butter
3 cawan susu
4 biji telur
 4 sudu gula halus

1. satukan semua bahan di dalam mangkuk dan kacau  hingga sebati,biarkan
    batterpaling kurang  dlm 1/2 jam.  ( batter ni kalau simpan dlm peti sejuk
    satu malam lagi cantik hasil dia)
2. Sudukan adunan dlm 9-inch non stick frying pan yg telah disapukan
    sedikit butter.   ( macam masak kuih ketayap)

3. tunggu dalm satu minit kemudian terbalikkan dgn berhati2,tunggu dlm
   10 saat n boleh diangkat
4. buatkan crepe ni sekitar 20 keping

Cara assemble layer crepe

1. Guna spatula,sapukan atas crepe dgn fresh cream kemudian letakkan crepe diatasnya,ulang hingga
   habis,untuk lapisan yang ke 10 isikan strawberry filling dan teruskan melayer hingga habis
2.Bungkuskan crepe dgn plastic wrapper n chill for overnight, serve cold.

Tuesday, 22 November 2011

Ayam goreng celup tepung

Amni auni suka sgt mintak ummi gorengkan ayam goreng KFC.Untuk buat ayam goreng ni ummi kena wat tepung sendiri coz kalau beli tepung yang dah siap sure kembar ni memang tak tahan pedas.

Ayam goreng


ayam 1/2 ekor

Untuk tepung ( bahan A)

300 gram tepung beras
4 sudu tepung jagung
1 sudu kecil rempah kari /kalau nak pedas boleh tambah lagi
1 sudu kecil  garam halus
1 sudu kecil serbuk pati ayam
1 sudu kecil serbuk kunyit

Bahan B

3 biji telur ( di pukul hingga agak kembang)


1. Campurkan semua bahan A dlm satu bekas,digaul hingga rata.
    ( kalau cara ummi, masukkan dalam bekas yg tertutup n goncangkan)
2.celupkan ayam dlm telur,kemudian golekkan ayam tadi kedalam
   bahan A dan goreng dlm minyak yg banyak dan api yg sederhana.

Auni pun suka ayam goreng
Amni dgn ayam gorengnya

Thursday, 17 November 2011

Speghetti Oleo-Oleo


1 Bungkus spaghetti yg telah di rebus dan ddam didlm air batu sekejap n di toskan dan gaul dgn minyak zaitun

Minyak zaitun untuk menumis
20 ekor udang yang telah di buang kulit n kepala
* 3 ulas bawang putih
* daun pasley
         * dicincang halus

1 sudu lada hitam tumbuk halus
1 biji perahan air limau nipis/lemon
1 perisa ayam
1 sudu garam
1/2 sudu gula
keju permersan


1. Panaskan minyak zaitun,masukkan bawang putih n cili padi hingga naik bau.
2.Masukkan udang dan kacau sekitar 2 minit.
3.kemudiaan masukkan spagetti ,kacau sekitar 6 minit.
4. Masukkan serbuk lada hitam dan Pasley.
5.Akhir sekali masukkan  garam,gula n serbuk perasa.
6.Hidangkan dgn keju permesan.

Thursday, 10 November 2011

House for sale in section 17,shah alam

seksyen 17, shah alam

Rumah teres satu tingkat  untuk di jual di seksyen 17,Shah Alam

 Semi-Furnished House For Sale. Well maintained single storey corner house, the house is tastefully decorated with quality fittings and fixtures, move in condition

-Location: No 23, Jalan Kerisi 17/ 25,  Seksyen  17, Shah Alam
-3 rooms 2 baths
-30 x 75
-built-in Kitchen Cabinet
-Air cond
-built-in wardrobe

Strategic Location:
-Near shops
-Near Giant & Mydin
-Near pasar malam
-Near Bus station

Price: RM 375,000

Contact : 019-3049179 (SUFI)

Wednesday, 9 November 2011

Pregnancy Safe for Most Women With Lupus

Pregnancy Safe for Most Women With Lupus: Study

About 80 percent of women delivered without complications

By Robert Preidt
Monday, November 7, 2011
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SATURDAY, Nov. 5 (HealthDay News) -- Pregnancy is safe for most women with stable lupus, a new study indicates.

Lupus is a chronic inflammatory disease that can affect many organs of the body and cause arthritis, fatigue and rashes. Lupus has been known to cause complications for pregnant women. The disease occurs mostly in women, often emerging in their 20s and 30s when many women want to have children.

In this study, researchers identified a few predictors of lupus-related pregnancy complications, but also found that most women with stable lupus had successful pregnancies.
The findings were to be presented Nov. 7 at the American College of Rheumatology annual meeting in Chicago.

The study included 333 women with lupus who were followed from their first trimester of pregnancy until three months after they gave birth. On average, the women's lupus was relatively inactive.
Poor outcomes occurred in 63 of the women, including 30 who delivered before 36 weeks or had newborns of small gestational size and 19 who experienced the death of the baby.
Ten percent of the mothers developed preeclampsia, 10 percent experienced mild or moderate flares of lupus at 20 weeks and 8 percent experienced a flare at 32 weeks. Severe lupus flares occurred in under 3 percent of women at 20 and 32 weeks.

The researchers found that the 20 percent of women who experienced pregnancy complications were more likely to have certain risk factors: higher levels of lupus activity; high antibodies that may increase the chances of developing a blood clot; increased lupus activity at 20 or 32 weeks of pregnancy; and poor overall health.
The fact that 80 percent of the women in the study had successful pregnancies should reassure women with lupus who want to have children, the researchers said. They added that their findings suggest these women be advised that the best time to become pregnant is when the lupus is stable and they are not experiencing a flare of the disease.

"This very large study including racial and ethnic minorities, provided evidence that women who conceived while their disease was stable or only mildly active had relatively infrequent flares during their pregnancies and delivered healthy babies," study authors Dr. Jill P. Buyon, a professor of medicine at New York University School of Medicine, and Dr. Jane E. Salmon, of the Hospital for Special Surgery in New York City, said in a college news release.

"This held true regardless of past disease severity or past kidney disease [a frequent consequence of lupus]. These findings inform women with lupus on how to best plan when to conceive to assure the most favorable outcome for themselves and their babies."
Because this study was presented at a medical meeting, the data should be viewed as preliminary until published in a peer-reviewed journal.

SOURCE: American College of Rheumatology, news release, Nov. 5, 2011