Homemade tomato capsicum sauce for pizza

The closest colour sauce to the store bought canned pasta sauce using red capsicum!

I basically blended tomato, capsicum and some pineapple. I stir fry some onions in oil and then added two tbsp flour (for purpose of thickening). Stir and then added mushroom and then the blended veggies. Stir and let it simmer for 5 minutes. Done!

The rest of the pizza process is the same!

The 11th month old has the pizza crust with some sauce!

Homemade creamy sauce for pizza

My eldest requested pizza for her teatime after school. And I obliged!

Quickly whipped up the sauce – just stir fry onion with zucchini and mushroom, add in some flour for sauce thickening (later). Add on soup of the day – radish soup. Let it simmer and add in cream cheese. ‘Sauce’ ready to use!

Pizza dough – agak-agak: 2 cups flour, 1 tsp instant yeast,1 tbsp sugar, some rosemary, some olive oil, 3/4 cup water – roll as dough and let it rest for 1-2 hours

Topping per preference – ham, cherry tomatoes, cheese

Number 2 gets her hands again on making pizza!

Soft pandan loaf

Seeing too many soft pandan loaf (by Miki Mak) on dhm. Check the ingredients – ok la, passed for my 10m+ consumption. Plus don’t require much kungfu since I will throw ingredients into breadmaker. I just had to make sure the time gaps after resting the dough – I am available, fortunately I was! ✌🏻

Really soft outcome. My kids meng-squishy-squishy them before placing into their mouth !!

Video of 10m11d trying out <here>

Recipe copied from Miki Mak’s blog for safe keeping

Bittergourd ‘chips’ for teatime snack

😝😝I fooled my 2yo+ and 5yo+ into eating bittergourd. It was ‘bitter’ despite the crispiness. But both attempted half in the bowl after no1 came home from school. Good enough!

For the flour mixture: rice flour, ice water, turmeric powder, curry powder, salt

Deep fried!

I did soak the bitter gourd (which is sliced thinly) with salt water for more than 12 hours!