We used the snack maker/takoyaki maker this morning for breakfast. Ingat nak buat kaya balls tapi the kaya we had in the fridge has gone passed it's expiry date (punyalah lama tak makan kaya ni, terperap aje dlm fridge tu). So I made choc chip filling for the little misses and plain ones for us. Dpt resipi from Tulip but seperti biasalah, ubah sikit2 sbb I wanted a thin batter. Tak lah susah sgt nak buatnya cuma kena cepat ajelah masa nak terbalikkan the balls or else hangus. The little misses were so mesmerised when the balls started to shape up, hehehe....tapi my choc balls tak lah bulat sgt, leper gak bila dah sejuk. The other half said it's much more fun to eat than the normal pancakes, sbb panas2 terus makan so memang lah rasa sedap sangatkan, berbaloi lah sangat2 beli the snack maker for $9, hehehe....
Ini the first batch tu yg semua 'geseng' aje which means hangus but tak lah pahit, still sedap.
The little misses waiting for the next batch with choc chip filling.
Where there's food, there's always Miss 4 1/2 waiting.... :-)
Our entree tonite: Fried wontons with hoisin sauce