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Sesame Pau-s And Tarts

My healthy breakfast, all thanks to my good friend cum colleague, Elin.....

Nowadays I do not want to mind nor care about my weight already, it is a blessing to receive especially such yummylicious goodies from her every now and then...

Elin's special egg tarts edition...
take these with a mug of hot oats... hmmmm....

sesame buns (pau-s) with crabmeat
have you ever tried these before?

Something that we cannot get outside.. :)

For the recipes, you got to jump over to her blog..
I wonder what she will cook for me next!

Comments

  1. Egg tarts anytime...but the sesame buns look like some kind of caterpillar. LOL!!!

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  2. jealous sei ngor la. Wei...hint hint to Elin make durian tarts la. Her home made ones should be very tasty. Last time i bght from Karak. Wah lau eh...very sweet. Like sugar turun harga.

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  3. I'd kill for an egg tart now! hehe
    The sesame bun looks like a cut up mangled piece of dragon fruit neh!
    +Ant+

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  4. gosh!! egg tarts look sooo yummy!! T.T the sesame bun looks like dragonfruit!! >.< so special wor!

    My Stories

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  5. Never tried sesame buns before...it looks like 101 dalmatians to me (haha)...but I LOVE egg tarts especially the one got blueberry on top of it! Yuuuuummmy...

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  6. Egg tarst! Egg tarts! Pam's favourite!
    The sesame bun looks like dragon fruit la...

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  7. The sesame buns look interesting and inviting.

    Bloghopping from Prettytin's site. :)

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  8. stp: i thought they look more like dalmation? hahaha..


    gratitude: yeah, my girl thought that was made from dragon fruits!


    carol: special dragon paus.. hahaa..


    sumandak: yeah, special in her own way..


    pam: never thought can use sesame seeds kan?


    mayet: thanks for hopping over..

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  9. So good to have Elin around! Lucky you!^-^

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  10. LoL at STP! Caterpillar pulaks! But I must admit that it does look 'weird' :P but then.. i bet it is tasty :D

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  11. Wow....your colleague Elin really treat you well o. :)

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  12. The sesame buns look like sea cucumber. Very cute. :D

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  13. alice: more weight to gain too..


    merryn: yes, you cannot get it outside one.. hahaha..


    tekkaus: now u said it, yeah, looks like white sea cucumber ..

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  14. What I nice friend you have there.. Wish I have a friend who is willing to cook for me too. Hehe!

    Those are yummylicious looking egg tarts.. Minta? ;-p

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  15. Oh.. I love those tart... ^_^.. must get recipe from Elin hihihi...

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  16. cute buns. er.. that didn't sound right. :P

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  17. I would love to try the egg tarts, I might jump over and take a look at the recipes! I've never seen sesame crabmeat buns, it looks like chocolate chips!

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  18. I just went to Elin's blog and wrote her a comment. I see she has two blogs, they both look so good!! I told her she needs to start a bakery, she would be a hit!!

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  19. ha ha, Dalmation pau...LOL!

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  20. eih, your colleague really very nice lor, it's like almost everyday you have something from her for breakfast.. so sweet, so heartfelt and so warm lor..

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  21. The sesame bun look very alike dragon fruit bun. Right?

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  22. Hello new follower from Midweek Matters. Stop by when you can:-) www.fingerclicksaver.com The sesame buns...kinda remind me of a blow fish...maybe they'd be more appealing in real life?. I love sesames though :-)

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  23. Mmm...they look yummy. I've never seen a bun with crabstick before.

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  24. Yes, now I must call them Dalmation BUNS! hahaha..

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    first time here...gorgeous blog you have..
    happpy to follow u..:)
    do stop by mine sometime..
    Tasty Appetite

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  27. looks nice...

    but i have to deal with my sympathetic vomitting first...

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