Weather for Te Awamutu todaySeason :
Chance of Rain
Temp : 29°C | 18°C
Partly Cloudy After Midnight
Temp : 23°C
Salam, Kia Ora...
Oh me, oh my its so freaking hot today, it was so hot also yesterday :( We have 3 fans running, 1 fan each. Hb whom is not a fan of fans (fans = electrical fan) hahahaz XD even turned the fan on. As for little madame Jannah, she and her blanket cant be separated. She just cant sleep without her blanket and she was so sweaty that her pillow was wet. I had to remove her clothes as well as her blankie when she was fast asleep.
Jannah had a dip in her little pool yesterday and today to cool off. Yesterday, she didn't want to leave the water even though her fingers and toes have turned into prunes & raisins and apart from being cold and shivering haizzz. It was easier to lure her out of the pool today with the sausage rolls...hahahaz. I supposed she had enough bcos she was in there for almost 2 and half hours. This kinda weather isn't doing any justice to my face either. I have pimples popping out, as if I'm going thru puberty again....but I don't feel like a teenager at all booo hooo @_@
Other than having pimples popping out like nobody, nobody but you. Errmmm no....like nobody's business I mean, we also lost our appetite. Too much drinking water and juice I supposed, these sausage rolls were our dinner just now. Jannah, being the cheeky one like she has always been, only ate the bun and left the sausage behind, as usual she asked for rice. Sorry bubbah no rice again today......
Source : CMG. Thank CMG for sharing this recipe ;)
250 grams bread flour (high protein flour)
125ml warm water (use room temperature tap water if using BreadMaker)
Egg Wash (Use the leftover egg and add 1 tblsp milk)
- Blanch the sausages in hot water, dry them with paper towels and let them cool down.
- Once the dough is ready, punch the excess air and roll it into a square shape and divide the dough into 14 equal pieces. (I only divided them into 10)
- Use 1 piece of the dough to wrap the sausage. You can click here for the step by step on how it is done.
- Arrange them on a baking tray that has been lightly buttered or lined with baking paper.
- Proof for a further 45 mins.
- Brush with egg wash and sprinkle with sesame seed.
- Bake for at least 10 mins in a 190 deg C oven.
It's almost midnight and its still hot. I've yet to iron hb's uniform. Perhaps I'll sleep first and iron them when its cooler in the morning before he goes off to work tomorrow ;)
Good night everyone....yawwnnzzZZzzz
Me Te Aroha...With Love,