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Pizza On A Lazy Sunday

PIZZA BREAD... my lazy styled... 

I saw six slices of bread on the table, remainder from Saturday, what should I do with them?  If I spread them with my jams, I could only finish two slices max and the rest would be left on the table again.  And if I open one can of tuna, I would be able to get all the six pieces spread and eaten for lunch and dinner.  I opted for latter.... 

Firstly I cut a big onion and two small red chillies, diced them and mix with the tuna.  Use some butter to spread on both sides of the bread and add in two beaten eggs, top up with the tuna and mozzarella cheese.... Bake them for 20 minutes at 160 degrees celsius.  
One can of tuna for six pieces of bread.... 
A bit of cheese will do.... for me... 
Into the oven they go....
Almost done.... 
Did I finish the 6 pieces?
No, I couldn't... LOL.. 
Gave two pieces to my neighbour and one to my furry member... 
Took 2 pieces for lunch and 1 piece for dinner... plus a mug of oats!
My simple meal for my lazy Sunday... 


Comments

  1. I went out and bought a pizza yesterday! Been so long, before COVID-19! Blogpost on it coming up real soon!

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  2. Made pizza bread few times but long time ago. Somehow my kids prefer the pizza from outside shop than mine. Haha

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  3. Homemade pizzas for quick bite. Simple and filling. :)

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  4. Y u eat so little? I could eat all 6 if I stuff myself but the slices of bread could be kept for another day. why didn't you go to your Johor condo together with your children?

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  5. That is the fastest way to finish up the bread. I would be able to finish all 6 pieces, 3 pieces for lunch and 3 for dinner.

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  6. Oh pizza bread. Easy to make and yummy!

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  7. So rajin! I can eat all 6 pieces in one sitting. LOL!

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  8. yummyz pizza. I want to be ur neighbour too....hehhehe

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