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Tuesday, 12 August 2014

Easy "Pizza" Recipe

Recently, Mamarazzi discovered a new way of making pizza. Actually not she "discovered" la. One of her schoolmate posted about the easy Pizza for her berbuka puasa meal

Very easy. No need the hassle of making the dough nor buying the prepacked dough..which at times can be expensive leh.

Just take a few slices of bread. Pour some tomato sauce onto it. Add diced tomatitoes and some slices of sausages. Top it off with cheese.

Sumbat into the oven for about 10 mins ...and done!

Okay it looked burnt coz Mamarazzi used the Whole Meal bread which is brown in color.

 I like it a lot.

Mamarazzi then decided to make these for my Funland Class over the weekend. Hmm.....very laku wor. The Principal said sedap. Muahahahaha


On another case, Mamarazzi saw "human airbag" case recently on a highway. Actually she saw plenty of this t residential area where driver will put the baby/toddler in front of the steering wheel and drive around.

She kinda uncomfortable when saw this driver driving on the highway with one hand holding the toddler. Maybe they doesn't have a car seat or maybe the toddler was making too much noise that the driver had to hold on to him while driving but...but...but...well....hope they arrive to their destination safely lah.

No matter how safely ones drives...sometimes you don't hit people but people might hit you.







59 comments:

  1. Nice try on your pizza .. hahha...
    yeah, I think it's not safe to drive like that. Why not get a baby seat and give the baby some toys to entertain him/her ?

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    1. lazy pizza punya way

      Dont know what the driver is thinking. could be some emergency or something.

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  2. Here, it is against the law to leave baby out of the car seat! Is it the law there? You can get a ticket and a fine here. It is so dangerous for little ones, they can fly all over the car if a wreck happens! Does not matter if the baby cries, it it for their own good. Soon, they will get used to it, Great idea for pizza!!!!

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    1. Me also not sure is it the law to have the baby in the car seat but am sure know that it is against the law to drive with one hand holding baby

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  3. Kam ngam geh! I also made these simple pizzas, but yet to post.. Still in draft.. Good la your classmates and principle said sedap and sapu habis, Kz only ate a few mouth as usual leh.. Kz doesnt like tomato sauce from young, so I dont blame him.. Oohhh I also feel uncomfortable seeing ppl put babies or toddlers in front there while driving ler... No brains or wat? So dangerous ehh...

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    1. learning new easy cooking from friends LOL

      As for driving...maybe they have their own reasons which we can only guess

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  4. Good good! Learn to cook. Next time can cook for girlfriend. Hehehehehehe!!!!

    Humph!!! God should not have given them any children, don't know how blessed they are!!!! Like the teacher who forgot the baby in the car till the poor thing died. How can that ever happen? Or the kid that fell how many floors at Gardens and died. No need to give excuses, no need to give reasons, never mind how valid they may be! The poor kids are dead!!! So irresponsible these parents...and your photo is evidence enough. Period.

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    1. my girlfriends loves it ....

      God bless them with children for a reason

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    2. LOL... Why is he whining like that??

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  5. Yah, driving with a kid beside is very dangerous, especially when the kid was making noise, the driver might become very tension and get burst!!

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  6. I must try Mamarazzi's simple pizza. It looks good lah and since very laku in your school then it must be very good. I so agree that we can be careful but if other people are careless, they will endanger us.

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  7. woaaahhh... next time i wanna try to do this.. so much easier :)

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  8. That driver is very irresponsible. He shouldn't put the kid at risk!

    I want to try Mamarazzi's pizza too! I did baked a bread pizza once but lazy to do it. :)

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    1. coz now he likes to ask bring food to school. headache what to make.

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  9. Uncle SK did that during his uni time, the simple pizza.. use bread slices good enough, spread pasta sauce (this would be a lot nicer than just tomato sauce) then topped with anything found in the fridge and lastly cheese!! yes, he can do it~~ :p

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    1. tarak pasta sauce wor...okay....must remind Mamarazzi to get pasta sauce

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  10. but one thing is that whatever sauce used, must make sure the bread is completely spread with.. the part that comes with no sauce but just naked bread, sure hangus in the oven.. that's Uncle SK's experience.. :)

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  11. oh yeah, it's not nice to see the driver carrying the baby with him while driving, it looks like a "human airbag"!! this is so insanely dangerous!! people invented baby car seat for a reason lah, why is he using that?? or at least buckle the baby in the seat beside with seat belt~~ @.@"

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    1. saw the toddler is too small for normal seat belt

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  12. Saw it before, but never make before, maybe shall make it one of the day...

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    1. can make this when feel lazy to cook la

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  13. Shall not this way, put the child at risk....

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  14. Sad indeed to see the human airbag

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    1. maybe the driver have reason which we dont know

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  15. ya this is a quick way if craze for pizza but lazy to make the dough. ya I have posted a picture of the less sugar lotus paste in the Kluang mooncake post, check it out.

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    1. Thanks for the post. will try find it

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  16. Also dangerous is riding motorbike with more than two passengers on them. :(

    And with no helmet. :(

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  17. Wah, easy and quick pizza! :)

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  18. Bread, cheese and sausages... sure a big hit with kids. Terer la Mamarazzi :)

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  19. Yeah, easy-peasy pizza. Looks yummy too!

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  20. I've made this kinda pizza before but with pasta sauce. :)

    I'd rather strap my kid in a carseat at the back and have her bawling away than hold her while driving. But I guess some people can't afford carseats. And I guess it's marginally safer than having 2 adults n 2 small kids on a motorbike (which is a common sight here too).

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    1. ya no pasta sauce so made do with tomato sauce :p

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  21. Ohh...great idea ehh. I think can pack for lunch next time. Morning - oats Noon - Pizza.hahhah

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    1. ya lo...easy and fast.......no need load of cleaning up

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  22. I agree with the simplicity of the pizza. I do that too and there's other toppings we can add. The driving part: I totally don't think its the right thing to do. You never know what will take place in seconds or minutes.

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    1. yea...there are endless choice of toppings. as for driving....dunno la

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  23. Small kucing must be the happiest boy on earth now that mamarazzi can make lazy pizzas for him all the time because it is so easy to make.

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    1. but cannot eat too much leh coz will get bored

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  24. Like your easy recipe on pizza! Next time I can make for my kids or smaller kids! hahahaa... Indeed it is dangerous to drive with toddler in front.. why want to take the risk I really dont understand!

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    1. wah say.......already planning ah...ahem ahem

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  25. New recipe using tomatitoes? Driving with kid in front is holding on to a time bomb. Bananaz had a hair raising experience once back in the70's with my little niece. My miniGT steering wheel got stuck & jammed for a short while by her thighs as the steering wheel was lowered to the max. Lucky was driving very slow managed to kill car when slammed on the brake.

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    1. adoi...takutnya........i imagine i already shivering

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  26. My son likes to use bread to make pizza as it's as easy as ABC! Hahaha!

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  27. Thanks! I am happy that you gave me this easy pizza idea! It would make my toasted bread with better Oomph! I have all the ingredients in my fridge but never thought of toasting them for a quickie meal.

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  28. I am always sad to see many drivers who failed to protect their children inside. I think our local awareness is still lacking as humans have short memory and their stubborn level are high!

    My uncle once sat in the middle of the back seat and his friend drove fast at the highway. He crashed with oncoming vehicle and the impact threw my uncle to the front. He crashed through the broken windscreens and flung to the front part of the car. He was bleeding profusely with glasses piercing all over his broken limbs and organs. He died hours later. The following week, a child died in similar manner as reported in newspapers. The small child was standing behind the father who was driving. Now the toddler was in front...lagi dangerous.

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  29. When I was first married, we couldn't afford pizza, so we made it like you did with the bread. I think it tastes pretty good.

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    1. sure does. Sometimes make it at home taste better coz we can put in what ever we like

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