Assalammualaikum adik kakak semua… U’olls sihat kah?!Giney puasa?Ada bisik posa yang yok kitak kah?! Aihhh
I can not believe how quickly another year has passed and here we are in another glorious month of Ramadan…Dah akhir zaman tok kin cpt calendar lalu nak ow..
Happy Ramadan Al Karim my dear readers, hoping you all have had a good start to Ramadan this year. The first several days take a bit getting used to and then it smoothing sailing along.Perut pun x bekeroncong agik dah..Well at least I hope it will! Its really hot and humid here in Malaysia, where ever you maybe I hope that you are having a nice and comfortable Ramadan..Mun kita tek d Korea at least ada juak 4 musim tek nak..
Ramadan is always very special time of the year, fasting always makes me crave various foods and when I get home from work, I rush into the kitchen to begin cooking…Naaa i rush into the Bazzar instead of cooking. Hehh..Bazaar Ramadhan lah heaven of food..Mcm2 ada cya ku madah ngan hauu nong.But still, I cook, I clean and I set the table for for iftar and iftar is always welcomed with a big relief and rewarded well.Kitak xtauk pa reti Iftar nong?! Iftar ya sungkey maksudnya nong.
**Iftar (Arabic: إفطار ifṭār “breakfast”), refers to the evening meal when Muslims break their fast during the Islamic month of Ramadan**. .Google Translate ada nong,pakey kann.. 😉
Iftar is one of the religious observances of Ramadan and is often done as a community, with people gathering to break their fast together. Iftar is taken right after Maghrib time, which is around sunset…
Another important meal is sahur, yes waking up in the middle of the night is not pleasant but it plays a huge roll in keeping our energy level high and balanced through out the day..At least ratah lah Kurma Yusoopp Taiyoppp(mcm kedak lam iklan) .
** Suhoor (Arabic: سحور lit. of the dawn), also called Sehur, Sehri, Sahari and Sahur in other languages, is an Islamic term referring to the meal consumed early in the morning by Muslims before fasting, sawm, in daylight hours during the Islamic month of Ramadan. The meal is eaten before fajr, or dawn.
Sahur as the morning meal is matched by Iftar as the evening meal, during Ramadan, replacing the traditional three meals a day (breakfast, lunch and dinner), although in some places dinner is also consumed after Iftar later during the night. Being the last meal eaten by Muslims before fasting from dawn to sunset during the month of Ramadan, Sahur is regarded by Islamic traditions as a benefit of the blessings in that it allows the person fasting to avoid the crankiness or the weakness caused by the fast.
After, I’ve cleaned up and washed the dishes from iftar, I stay in the kitchen a few extra minutes and make small preparations for sahur…Alang2 bah nakk..
Hence, between iftar, sahur and sunrise our time is very constrained and taking those extra few minutes to prepare makes sahur a little bit more easier for me..Alasan,tang padah jak dirik malas cya..sayang ngan masa tido katernyer..hik.. 😛
One of my favorite foods to prepare for sahur, is eggs in various ways. 😉 .Menu org rajin!,jangan inggar adik kakak.
Since its musim x ketentuan dh kinek coz cuaca x menentu gik..dah xda musim tengkujuh and so on and tomatoes are in abundance, I thought I’d share a great skillet eggs in tomato sauce. Nakpa kah kaitan cuaca ngan tomato ow?! Tomato byk bah,nya x bmusim..dahlah murr * -murr dlm vocabulary husna is murah. Heh 😀
This recipe and sahur image first appeared in the newly published ‘From the desk of Engineer’ Magazine, My Own, Kuching, July 2013, for a ‘Ramadan night in Gita,Kuching City’ feature I was honored to be a part of…berangan.hehehh.
Skillet Egg in Tomato Sauce
(serves for 6)
4 tablespoons olive oil- beli rah giant murah oiii.. And ut healthy too
2 medium onions diced small
4 large tomatoes diced small
salt for taste..ekot masin lidah masing2..
black pepper for taste
4-5 basil leaves
5-6 large eggs
grated kashaval for garnish
Heat oil in large skilled for medium heat. Add in diced onions season with salt and saute until soft.Remove the skins from the tomatoes…Mun ngan kulit2 ceridak bah upanya..aih,sempat. B-)
Cut into cubes, add into the onion, season with salt. Saute and cook until tomatoes are soft and have a loose sauce. 15-20 minutes.
With the back of a wooden spoon, make a well into tomato sauce and crack 1 egg into well.
Repeat process with remaining eggs.
Arrange the basil’s on top.Season with salt and black pepper.Cook until whites are set and yolks are cooked.Top with a sprinkle of cheese and serve with sauce immediately from the skillet….dah siap..makannnnn nom nom O:-)
Selamat ber’sahur u’olls..