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Pizza Toast

Sometimes when my kids come back from school, they are hungry. Lord knows why because they have food to eat in school. But they come back looking forward to some tea time and I think mine is the few Malaysian families that eat dinner at around 5.30pm.

Anyway, tea time is a great time to pull out leftovers and do something with it. Don't laugh at this post ah. It's very simple and the kids always love it wan, so, I post here lor.

I had leftover sausages and mushroom from the night before. So, I drop a couple of them onto pieces of bread.

Then, put a little bit of tomato sauce.

Then add a slice of cheese on top.

Place it into the oven.

Heat it up till the cheese melts and the bread crunchy.

There you have it. Serve it up with something healthy like a banana or some fruit. I cut it up into a few pieces before serving because when the piece is too big, the kids have trouble holding it up and eating because the pieces fall out.

And this is what they have to say about the above Pizza Toast.


kat said…
Ooh.. a recipe post from Marsha!! :D How about some soup too eh? We also eat dinner at 5.

Both your boys wearing glasses di ah? I'm just waiting for my boy to join his sister. Each time she gets a new prescription, he'll insist he wants one too. Wait until he grows older, he'll wish he has 20/20 eyesight..
Marsha Maung said…
kat, hahahaha....yeah, don't laugh lah!! i know u pro! :-P

ya both of them wear glasses and already wishing that they don't have to. somehow, when we are kids, we think that wearing glasses is cool ah, why ah? sigh...i also did the same thing. i thot my cousin who wore glasses was cool (when younger) and always try on her glasses wan.
Jason Young said…
Most of the time we eat out or at parents' place. Point is we seldom cook but this looks easy enough for me to prepare. The pictures are useful. I will just add some chilli sauce and dinner is served. Handy recipe.

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