Simple Orange Muffin


These muffins was my 1st attempt making from scratch, because previously when I bake my muffins, I use the pre-mix box.

Not really sure how making from SCRATCH looks like/ feel like; I just follow the book blindly and the result was way better than I thought! Phew! Even dad and sis gave me a PASS thumbs up!!!!! Experiment Succeed =)

Here is the recipe:

2 large eggs ( I used 1 normal egg)

100 gram unsalted butter

120 grams castor sugar (I used only 100 grams)

A pinch of salt

220gram Self raising flour

2 teaspoons of baking powder

100 cc Orange Juice ( I used 1 whole orange including the pulps)

100 grams natural yogurt (I use 150 grams)


  1. Beat egg in a bowl, while beating, pour in the sugar 3 separate time, until mixture is smooth. ( you will feel the batter is stiff)
  2. Add a pinch of salt and slowly pour in the melted butter and mix well.
  3. Next mix in the orange juice, and shift half of the flour+ baking powder into the batter and mix well.
  4. Then add in the yogurt (Put 100 gram first*) and mix well. Then mix in the remaining flour until the batter is mixed evenly.
  5. Preheat oven in 170°C for 10 mins
  6. Scoop the batter into baking cups and bake for 20-25 mins.

* If the batter is dry, mix in the remaining yogurt. If the batter is ok, then ignore the remaining yogurt.


Reunion dinner with the Lee family and others @ Royal China Restaurant, D’ Junction

Dad’s cousin the Lee siblings was back in KK celebrating CNY. So, yesterday there is a reunion and everyone related to the Lee’s Family is invited, even the cucu-cicits as well =). The Reunion took place at the Royal China Restaurant @ D’ Junction. It was an awkward dinner for me as  I do not know most of ppl there, except for Aunty Marina, Uncle Edward & Wife – Aunty Christine, Uncle Richard & Wife – Aunty Doris, Uncle Felix and wife – Aunty Valerie and Uncle George. Other than that I have no idea who is who… so paiseh. >.< Everyone was happy and excited. and I admit we are very very loud.

I will end my introduction and here is the food served yesterday:-

Burritos for Dinner @ Chiwawa, Gaya Street

Sis suggested we went to Gaya Street to search for foods. With no sense of direction on what to eat, we couldn’t decided what to eat. We don’t want Party Play, Bombers is always full packed with waiting customers, Chilli Vanilla looks kinda expensive. While looking for a parking, we browse trough all the restaurants and eateries through the car windows and came across a small Burrito Parlor named Chiwawa which located just behind Bella, and that’s it, Our target is set! We are going to have a Mexican cuisine  tonight. The thought of eating Burrito just make me drools as I never taste before ( 100% sakai). Its just open last week though, 24th January 2013 if I am not mistaken.

???????????????????????????????Humble signboard at the end of  Bella walkway.


Gun and Roses kah this?!?!?!


You can see Skull everywhere.

Macam the skull was their signature logo or something.


Another of their Deco, displaying a range of masks.


the ‘cart’ that spreads out the meats, vege, sauce…etc.


 The colorful menu.


I choose the size of 8′ Six Shooter, Fillings of Chicken Barbacoa, lime Dressing + 3 vege side dish.

 As the drinks, I choose Coke as there is not much choice for the drinks. both drinks and coke cost me a total of RM13.00.

The food is nice, worth every cents pay.  Give it a try, and you won’t regret it.

The only thing about it was it was abit uncomfortable for me. Because when I tear of the foil paper, my burito blooms, and all the fillings drop on the table,my pants and the floor, which gets kind of messy. And also one thing, I made a big mistake by pairing the buritos with coke, because the gas of the coke make my full and I am only halfway through my buritos. >.<

‘Eat till you drop’ durian feast @ a private durian farm

Uncle Matthew invited us ( all the Yong Clan’s of Micheal K.M. Yong) over to his brother-in-law’s durian farm to have a ‘eat till you drop’ feast of durian. When we arrive at the farms, There are durians everywhere on the floor, we had to watched our steps, so that we does not set foot on those thorny fruits by accident. I’ll stop talking right now and let the pictures do their talking by posting a series of pictures for you to savour.














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Last BBQ at Taman Harrington, House No.3

Two older relative of the House No.3 has decided to move out to a smaller apartment and rented the house to a packing company. Thus we have a last Bbq dinner and also welcoming the new member to the Family- Cindy Ho A.K.A  Mrs Richard Yong. Both of them got married recently at Bali and were back in KK for a short post-marrige breaks. As usual, I will not babel much and instead I’ll let the picture do the talkings.



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The newly Wed and the over whelming Popo.


The newly Wed, Mr & Mrs Richard Yong Pui Vun

Ice Peach Tea Konnyaku Jelly with stawberries


1 packet of Konnyaku Powder (250g)

1 packet of Lipton Ice Peach tea mix

drinking water 1250ml

 Strawberries as per own desire…….

  1. Prepare the jelly Mold.  Wash the strawberries and cut into slices according to own desires. Arrange the strawberries inside the jelly mold and set aside for laiter use.
  2. Mix the Ice Peach Tea Mix and the 1250ml water in a jug. Notice that I did not add any sugar to the mixture as the Ice Peach Tea mix itself already sweet enough though, so we don’t need that extra sugar.
  3. Boil the mixture on the stove for about 5 mins or until mixture reach to a boiling point.  Add in the Konnyaku Powder Mix and stir until dissolves.
  4. Remove mixture from stove (heat) and add in the Malic Asid.
  5. Pour the mixture into the prepared jelly mold and send right into the refrigerator to chill for about ½ hour or until mixture sets.
  6. Once the jelly is set, remove the jelly from the mold and serve on a plate.

Dinner-cum-Supper @ Tasty Wok

When to have late dinner cum supper with sis at Tasty Wok, Venetian Club @ Jalan Lintas.

The food we order were:

It looks like Kuey Tiaw Goreng Basah,

but the “liao” cukup cukup.

The portion was a little bit small (tapi ngam untuk late dinner/supper),

The chef put a lot of baby  c-ham ( oyster or whatever you call in chinese) ^^

Nice and Hot! Crispy too!

Tapi, too salty >.<