searching for my own meaning of life

بِسۡـــــــــمِ ٱللهِ ٱلرَّحۡـمَـٰنِ ٱلرَّحِـــــــيمِ

Assalamu`alaikum and greetings to all…

Ramadhan Kareem!

Happy Birthday to Me!

Eid Mubarak!

Alhamdulillah… banyak perkara yang penting berlaku dalam hidup aku dalam bulan Jun ini. Kali ini aku ingin berkongsi pengalaman berpuasa dan sambutan hari raya di Arab Saudi. Untuk pengetahuan semua, di sini cuma ada 3 cuti umum:

  • Hari Raya Aidilfitri : 7 hari bermula 28 Ramadhan
  • Hari Raya Haji: 10 hari bermula 5 Zulhijjah
  • Hari Kebangsaan: 23 September setiap tahun

Memandangkan aku tidak berapa faham bahasa Arab, cara aku mengetahui bila 1 Ramadhan bermula adalah dengan bertanya kepada rakan sekerja Muslim yang berasal dari negara Jordan. Kebiasaannya pengumuman puasa akan dibuat di saluran TV. Untuk lebih kepastian, aku follow Arab News dalam laman sosial untuk mendapatkan berita semasa.

Apabila bulan Ramadhan bermula, jadual bekerja kakitangan awam dan swasta akan bertukar kepada 6 jam sahaja. Mereka yang bekerja di pejabat akan mula beroperasi pada jam 10 pagi dan tutup lebih awal. Kedai makan pada siang hari semestinya tutup dan hanya dibuka ketika hampir waktu berbuka puasa. Tutup sekejap waktu solat Isyak dan dibuka semula hingga awal pagi.

Sesiapa yang ingin menziarahi kota Makkah, aku cadangkan untuk pergi pada waktu pagi kerana kurang sesak. Kawasan Masjidil Haram apabila hampir waktu Maghrib akan dipenuhi dengan kereta. Oleh itu, kena rancang perjalanan agar sempat solat berjemaah. Soal makanan dan minuman jangan risau, kerana sentiasa ada hamba Allah SWT yang akan mengagihkan minuman, buah kurma dan roti.

Zakat Fitrah

Nafa Charity Foundation Makkah Al-Mukarrama Region

Seterusnya, rukun Islam yang perlu kita tunaikan dalam bulan puasa ini adalah zakat fitrah. Zakat fitrah boleh dibayar kepada mana-mana badan kebajikan dalam bentuk kad kredit atau debit sahaja. Tiada transaksi secara tunai dibenarkan. Bagi aku cara ini bagus untuk mengelakkan penyelewengan duit zakat itu. Di Jeddah, kadar zakat fitrah adalah sebanyak SAR16.

Selesai sudah ibadah puasa dan zakat fitrah, hari raya pun tiba. Jam berapa solat sunat Aidilfitri bermula? Aku pun tidak tahu. Ada peluang nanti aku cuba siasat. Pada 1 Syawal aku kena bekerja, jadi tahun ini tiada baju raya baru. Pakai uniform dan temankan pesakit di hospital. Huhuhu… Raya ke-3 dan ke-4 baru dapat cuti.

Di bulan Syawal yang mulia ini, aku ingin mengucapkan taqabbalallahu minna wa minkum. Semoga ibadah aku dan kamu sepanjang bulan Ramadhan diterima dan diberkati oleh Allah SWT. Harap kita semua dipertemukan semula dengan Ramadhan yang akan datang.

Kepada semua pembaca blog aku, Selamat Hari Raya Aidilfitri. Jika ada salah dan silap dalam penulisan aku, bolehlah tegur dan aku akan cuba untuk memperbaikinya. Selagi masih diberikan kekuatan dan ilham untuk menulis, aku akan terus berkongsi pengalaman hidup aku sebagai jururawat di perantauan ini.

P/S: Sempena bulan kelahiran aku ini, doakan semoga Allah SWT murahkan rezeki aku selalu dan cepat bertemu jodoh yang terbaik untuk diriku. Ameen…

“Dan barangsiapa mengerjakan amal-amal yang soleh dan dia dalam keadaan beriman, maka dia tidak khuatir akan perlakuan yang tidak adil (terhadapnya) dan tidak (pula) akan pengurangan haknya”

(Surah Taha 20: 112)

Until we meet again.

May peace be upon you.

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Assalamu`alaikum and greetings to all…

Happy Teachers Day!!!

Alhamdulillah, finally I got my Saudi Council a.k.a Saudi Commission For Health Specialties (SCFHS) Registration and Accreditation Certificate. It took 9 months to complete the procedure and the most nerve-wrecking process we have to endure as a non-Saudi practitioner.

Why is it very important? The certificate is actually our Registration Licence to practice as a nurse in KSA. Without the licence, we cannot apply for Iqama/Residence Permit. One of the requirement to apply to the SCFHS is we must have a valid Basic Life Support (BLS) Certificate. Prior to that, we must have a verification result from DataFlow Group and pass the Prometric Exam.

Moreover, the purpose of verification is to ensure that health practitioners can practice health profession competently and safely, free of practitioners holding fraud and forgery certificate. Make sense right!

Total cost: DataFlow Group (SAR800) + SCFHS Accreditation and Registration Fee (SAR600 + SAR200 + SAR160) + Prometric Exam (USD239)

Specialty: Nursing Technician

This year the procedure is very complicated as SCFHS just implement the online application system. My advice to you – Be patient! Sooner or later, we will get the certificate insya-Allah.

P/S: Ramadhan Kareem 1439H!!!

“Wahai orang yang beriman! Diwajibkan atas kamu berpuasa sebagaimana diwajibkan atas orang sebelum kamu, agar kamu bertakwa.” 

(Surah Al-Baqarah 2: 183) 

Until we meet again.

May peace be upon you.

Assalamu`alaikum and greetings to all…

Happy Nurses Day!!!

My dear, if you have a Degree in Nursing here are some of the options that can help in your career pathway. Again, this is based on my short experience and it cannot be generalized to all health care institutions. Insya-Allah I will update the information from time to time.

Private Nurse

Designation: Staff Nurse

Salary: Starting RM1200 and above

Process: Send your resume (by post or email) to the Human Resource. Wait for their reply

Interview: Hospital Director/Dr/Head Nurse/Clinician will be there to interview you. While waiting for your turn, you will sit for a simple exam just to know your current level of knowledge. Immediate result can be obtain depends on how urgent they want to fill up the vacancy

Uniform: Ready made

Accommodation: Limited

Shift: AM (7 hours), PM (7 hours), ND (10 hours)

Job scope: Nursing and extended roles

Nursing practice: Based on your nursing school. No standardized policy and procedure. Hospital orientation can finished in 1 day. Documentation in paper.

Government Nurse

Designation: Jururawat Terlatih U41

Salary: Starting RM2500 and above

Process: Fill up online in SPA website

Interview: Wait for a letter or email from SPA. Follow the instruction in the letter and arrange properly the documents needed. 1 representative from SPA and 1 from Nursing will be there to interview you. No exam.

Uniform: Linen provided

Accommodation: Limited

Shift: AM (7 hours), PM (7 hours), ND (10 hours)

Annual leave: 30 days

Job scope: Nursing and extended roles

Nursing practice: Based on your nursing school. No standardized policy and procedure except Blood Transfusion, Medication Administration, Dressing, IV Fluid Administration. 3 days of hospital orientation. Documentation in paper.

International Nurse

Designation: Staff Nurse 1

Salary: Starting RM10,000 and above

Process: Contact trusted working agency

Interview: International phone interview based on the hospital and your date availability

Uniform: Ready made

Accommodation: Unlimited and fully furnished

Shift: AM (12 hours), ND (12 hours)

Annual leave: 54 days

Job scope: Nursing only

Nursing practice: Standardized internal policy and procedure. 2 days of hospital orientation. 5 days of nursing orientation. 5 days of privileges classes for critical area and followed by examination. Computerized documentation.

Last updated: 12.05.2018

P/S: Congratulation Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad – 7th Prime Minister of Malaysia

I’m Malaysian working in KSA

Until we meet again.

May peace be upon you.

Assalamu`alaikum and greetings to all…

Alhamdulillah, I passed my 3 months probation period and another 3 months I was struggling to settle my expired visa, apply for Iqama and Saudi Council. Just for you information, nurses from Malaysia now have to sit for Prometric Exam. Once payment in Saudi Riyal through SADAD has been done, an eligibility number will be email to us and we have to book for Prometric Exam no later than 3 months of our application date. To book for the exam, go to https://securereg3.prometric.com and follow the instruction. At the end of it, we have to pay USD239 via credit card. Please be reminded that not all date are available for the exam.

The Prometric a.k.a. Saudi Licencing Examination is a computer based exam and there are total of 150 multiple choice questions. We have to answer 75 questions within 1 hour and 30 minutes, 15 minutes break, another 75 questions within 1 hour 30 minutes. The topics covered are Fundamental of Nursing, Medical, Surgical, Maternity, Pediatric, Critical Care, Psychiatric, Community Health, Leadership and Management, and Research. At the end of the exam, we will be informed whether we passed or failed. The question is almost like Lembaga Jururawat Malaysia (LJM) exam. To prepare for the exam, I highly recommend my colleagues to answer practice questions at this website https://nurse.plus

After 6 months in KSA, it’s time to go home for my first vacation. I got 5 weeks of annual leaves and it was the longest leaves I ever had in my nursing career. Travelling from Bintulu – Sibu – Kuching and vice versa by flights and cars. Indeed, it was a memorable experience. My mother always asked when I will go home again?  I do not have the answer. Probably after 6 more months, Insya-Allah.

Home sweet home

Separated from my friends and family members while working abroad, feeling lonely and isolated. Those are the sacrifices I have to do in order to earn for a good living. Be strong Syahirah. You can do it! 

Until we meet again.

May peace be upon you.

Assalamu`alaikum and greetings to all…

It has been two months I left my hometown and now living as an expatriate. So, how’s life? Alhamdulillah, everything is under control. The weather is good, the food is nice and there are many places of interest I need to explore. Anyhow, I just want to share some of the things that we need to prepare before we come to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA).

Goodbye MAS… Welcome KSA

  • Money

No money, no talk! If you are female, first time travelling abroad, and no family members in KSA, please prepare enough pocket money at least RM5k. Half of it change to US dollar and another half to Saudi Riyal. The USD just keep it for emergency purpose and the SAR for our expenses here. The first thing we need to buy is a sim card using our passport number. I bought STC Sawa Ziyarah for SAR30 with validity for 60 days. Otherwise, the food price is about SAR15 per pack and I have to pay certain amount of money for Saudi Council Temporary Licence. Only after that, we can apply for Iqama (Saudi ID) for other transaction.

  • Clothing

It is the culture for female to cover their hair and wear modestly. 3 pieces of abaya is enough because we can buy more here. In addition, just bring your casual cloths, pyjamas, bras and panties, basic uniform needs such as white inner and socks. We are allowed to bring 22kg+22kg international baggage. However, for domestic flight is only 7kg+30kg.

  • Foods

For a couple of days, you probably just want to eat food that you are familiar with. Do not expect the taste of the food would be the same like Malaysian foods because our taste buds are different. You can bring 3-in-1 drinks, instant noodles, chili sauce, ketchup and soy sauce. You can bring any kind of food as long as it did not exceed your baggage weight.

  • Reading material

Once you are officially unemployed and just waiting for your flight ticket, please read the materials given by agency. The reading material is provided by the hospital because we will be expected to sit for some exams once we start working in KSA. The passing marks is 80% and the exam are: Medication Administration, ECG Need Assessment, Blood and Blood Product Administration, BLS and ACLS. We come here for work, so be knowledgeable and prove that you have the working experience.

  • Miscellaneous

Laptop, extension wires, travel adapter, skin care products, pantyliner, pads, shampoo, soap, bath towel, hand towel, shoes, slipper, iron, rice cooker, water heater, hand bag, back pack, files, stationery, nursing thingy – name card holder, lanyard, nurses watch, pen torch, scissors, small note book, A4 paper, Tupperware bottle, container and utensils, etc…

The flight is about 7 hours from Kuala Lumpur to Jeddah and the time difference is 5 hours. Therefore, jet lag is normal and we will be expected to report duty on the next day. Therefore, we have to prepare our physical, mental and emotional. It is going to be a tough 2 weeks but eventually we will pass all the obstacles. No turning back. Always remember everything we do is because of Allah SWT.

“Dan barangsiapa berhijrah di jalan Allah, nescaya mereka akan mendapati di bumi ini tempat hijrah yang luas dan (rezeki) yang banyak. Barangsiapa keluar dari rumahnya dengan maksud berhijrah kerana Allah dan rasul-Nya, kemudian kematian menimpanya (sebelum sampai ke tempat yang dituju), maka sesungguhnya pahalanya telah ditetapkan di sisi Allah. Dan sesungguhnya Allah Maha Pengampun lagi Maha Penyayang.” 

(Surah Al-Nisa’ 4: 100) 

Until we meet again.

May peace be upon you.

Assalamu`alaikum and greetings to all…

This is a retrospective story of my life. By the time you read this post, I am starting a new chapter in my nursing career. Another wish came true. Alhamdulillah… I dedicated this post to Malaysian staff nurses who plan to work in Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA). The whole process begin since last year and here’s how it goes.

August 24, 2016 – I apply online in Melorita website and fill up the application form + attached my CV and photo.

August 29, 2016 – I received a phone call from Melorita Kuala Lumpur and they stated that they had received my CV and since I am from Sarawak, they will forward the information to Melorita Kuching.

September 6, 2016 – I saw a post in Facebook “We are hiring now for the upcoming SAUDI ARABIA DELEGATION INTERVIEW in OCTOBER 2016” and I email my CV again for the second time. In just few hours, I received an auto-generated reply from Melorita.

November 29, 2016 – I received a message from Melorita Kuching via Whatsapp asking to return back their call. Unfortunately, I was still on family vacation at Thailand.

December 5, 2016 – I am back to Sarawak and called Ms E at Melorita Kuching. She received my CV and she promised to help me to apply for a post in Intensive Care Unit, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. Nowadays, it is not easy to get a job there and if I’m being offered, she advice me to take it as my first stepping stone for my career. One of her colleague, Ms F email to me 9 forms and skills checklist which need to be return as soon as possible.

December 14, 2016 – Finally, I manage to complete and provide all the documents required by Melorita. I failed to delivered the documents through email due to the file’s size were too big. So, I decided to courier the documents using PosLaju. Total cost: RM0.80 for brown envelope + RM7.20 for the weight of the documents.

December 16, 2016 – Melorita Kuching received my forms, skill checklist and copies of certificate. Any issue they will keep me updated.

January 13, 2017 – The agency contacted me few times to clarify some information about my working experience on Paediatric patient. Today, they informed me that my application has been submitted to the Head Quarters (HQ). I told them my priority will always be Saudi Arabia but I will also try to apply at UAE (Abu Dhabi and Dubai). Probably I have a better future there, insya-Allah.

February 15, 2017 – I received a phone call from Ms E and she stated that a hospital had received my CV and they would like to make a phone interview. Therefore, I need to decide three dates starting from today until 23 February 2017 and the time must be after 1400 hours. The dates exclude Friday and Saturday because it is holiday in KSA. At night, I replied her through WhatsApp and choose 19, 20, and 21 February at 1730 hours.

February 17, 2017 – I received a phone call from Ms E and the hospital decide to make a phone interview with me on Sunday, 19 February at 1800 hours. Some of the common questions that they will ask are introduce yourself, where and how is your current employment. Since I apply for Intensive Care Unit, they will give some scenario, asking about ventilated patient, ECG and anything about ICU nursing. Be prepared and do not pause too much like “erm” or “arr” during the interview.

February 19, 2017 – At 1759 hours, I received an international phone call from Makkah/Medina. The first caller was the hospital operator asking am I ready for my interview. I said yes and the operator said that she is going to connect me to another person. I can hear an Arabic tone which I totally do not understand. After a while, a man introduce himself in English language as Mr A from Medical/Surgical ICU. The first question that he asked, I cannot hear it very clearly because of his Arabic accent. He was asking me to introduce myself, where I work, what did I do, etc. After explained in details about my years of working experience and my jobs description in ICU, Mr A stop me and passed the conversation to a lady (which I do not remember her name). The lady asked about clinical questions. What are the cases that I handle in the ICU, difference between Acute Renal Failure and Chronic Renal Failure, what are ventilator mode that I know and describe them, what is RASS score, how to prevent VAP and the care bundle, what are the common inotropes that we use in ICU and nursing responsibilities if patient on IV Norephinephrine, what is normal ICP, what are the first things that we must check on post-operative neurosurgical patient, are you willing to work for 12 hours shift in 18 bedded ICU with multinational staff and attend cases like medical, surgical, oncology and neurosurgical, paperless hospital with no extended role, purely bed side nursing care, probation period and undergo training and education in order to be accepted in the hospital, are you BLS and ACLS certified and lastly when you can start working here? Anything they will update through my agency and they will submit the interview report to Nursing Recruitment. If I passed the interview, it will depend on how fast my agency can work on the next process. The duration of my interview was 20 minutes and 6 seconds.

February 22, 2017“Hi, I’m delighted to inform you that you’re being shortlisted for the position. But in order to get the official offer, you need to provide me two things dear: (1) One reference letter from your superior with hospital letter head (2) APC 2017.” Alhamdulillah… I passed the interview.

March 9, 2017It took 2 weeks for me to convince my superior to sign the reference letter. At this point, I cannot hide my intention anymore about my decision to resign from KKM and start working in KSA once everything is confirmed.

March 21, 2017I received 2 emails from the hospital about ‘Follow Us on Social Media’. Impressive! They have Facebook, Google+, Twitter, Instagram and YouTube. However, I still have not received their offer letter. May Allah SWT make ease everything. Ameen.

March 30, 2017 – Alhamdulillah, finally I received an email about my offer had been issued. The position that being offered is STAFF NURSE I.P1.MEDICAL/SURGICAL ICU (Sec)-J.08).

March 31, 2017My agency send my offer letter via email. I need to give respond to my agency within 3 days. The employment offer is valid for one week only. Signed, scan and email them back. On the same day, my agency help to apply Certificate of Good Conduct from e-Consular and once again I received a confirmation email. From this point, I am going to receive an auto-generated emails and my agency advice not to respond except from the agency personnel. Other things I need to do is Mantoux Test and arrange an appointment to do medical check-up at BP Healtcare Kuching only.

April 5, 2017I send 3 original documents: Jadual Kelima Lembaga Jururawat Malaysia, Degree both English and Bahasa Melayu to my agency. I had never send such important document using PosLaju. Total cost RM7.20.

April 7, 2017 – Although I am one of the government hospital staff, I decided not to do Mantoux Test in the hospital. So, I went to the nearest PoliKlinik, get it done and come back again for reading after 72 hours. On the same day, I arranged appointment for my medical check-up in Kuching. It was not easy because I have to follow their timetable. Certain date that I pick was fully occupied and sometimes Dr not available. Once I blocked my date, I have to change my duty roster.

April 10, 2017Alhamdulillah, my Mantoux Test reading was negative. I also received few more documents for me to prepare and sign. 4 photos for visa application, 10 photos for iqama and 10 passport size photo for other purpose which cost me RM60.00.

April 11, 2017Today is my medical check-up day and I have to take a flight to Kuching. It cost me RM135.36 + RM26.00 for taxi. Prior to that, I was instructed by the BP Healthcare personnel to ‘fast’ for 8 hours but I can still drink some plain water. I also need to bring a passport size photo with white background (do not use black tudung because it will be rejected and standby 2 photos), report of my Mantoux Test and copy of MMR vaccine that I had received during my childhood. They measured weight, height, BMI, BP, HR, blood, urine, and stool investigation, colour blind and visual acuity test (with and without spectacle), chest X-ray and I’m going to receive IM injection vaccine for meningitis which can last for 3 years. Total cost RM1084.00 + RM25.00 for photos + RM30.00 for taxi + RM50.00 for bus ticket.

April 17, 2017I request for email verification of my qualification from my university. The email verification must be from current Head of Nursing Department, UNIMAS to the Saudi Culture email address. Alhamdulillah, I received a prompt reply and invitation to join UNIMAS nursing programme once I have had enough of globetrotting.

April 21, 2017I approached my Matron for verification of reference letter and this time it runs smoothly.

April 27, 2017My ward Sister also signed the verification letter of reference letter. Just a soft reminder, both the testimonial or reference letters must be different in terms of contain.

May 2, 2017I went to a private lawyer aka Commissioner for Oath accompanied by my father to sign the Statutory Declaration. Payment of RM4.00 will be charge. I also went to a private medical centre for another medical check-up in view of abnormalities in my chest X-ray. Total cost: RM80.00 for X-ray + RM80.00 for Consultation.

May 4, 2017I went to UNIMAS main campus at Kota Samarahan to get verification of my education certificate. I learnt that only officer at Canselory can verified document and the procedure took 3 days at Undergraduate Student Division.

May 17, 2017Application for Certificate of Good Conduct in Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) – Status: Completed.

May 22, 2017My license just came out from Malaysia Nursing Board. Next, awaiting for medical clearance from hospital before my documents can enter Saudi Culture.

May 25, 2017All praise to Allah SWT my medical clearance from hospital Family Medicine status: Completed.

May 29, 2017As my document entered Saudi Culture – Saudi Embassy – Visa Stamping, I was ordered to submit resignation letter with 30 days notice. Due to time constraint, I decided to inform my Head of Department about my resignation through email. It would be better if they hear about this news from myself rather than hear it from other people’s mouth.

June 6, 2017I must get a Confirmation of Employment (COE) letter and verification of employment from Human Resource Department. Another troublesome procedure as all the letters must be written in English and KKM letter always in Bahasa Melayu. My COE being rejected twice due to spelling and contain error.

June 8, 2017Payment SAR800 (RM931.03) done using credit card only in DataFlow Group website. Id and password will be provided by the agency. So, click Verification Services > Start Your Verification > Saudi Commission For Health Specialties > Apply > I’m an applicant > Log in. Remember! Don’t change anything in the website. Just click save and next until payment is secured. A payment receipt will be send after 48 hours.

July 1, 2017I’m officially unemployed.

July 4, 2017My education check status in DataFlow is completed. Malaysian Nursing Board and employment check status still in progress. I’m still waiting for my document to be release from Saudi Culture to Saudi Embassy before I can proceed to visa stamping.

July 6, 2017My employment check status: Completed. Only health license check status in progress now. Application status can be check online in DataFlow Group website. Just search by Reference Number > Saudi Commission for Health Specialties > Passport Number > Check Status.

July 17, 2017Alhamdulillah.. all my documents has been released by Saudi Culture. If everything runs smoothly, my agency informed me that my visa can be secured within this week.

July 20, 2017Somehow I am not able to check my application status in DataFlow Group. Is it because I check every hours? Anyway, my documents just came out from Saudi Embassy and will proceed with visa stamping next Monday or Tuesday. Insya-Allah, may Allah SWT make ease everything.

July 26, 2017“We are pleased to inform that your primary source verification has been completed. DataFlow Barcode XXXX Reference Number XXXX. Please find attached copy of the Report” – A confirmation email I received in my inbox.

August 2, 2017I received a shocking news from my agency today. My visa application was rejected by Saudi Embassy due to incomplete documentation done by Saudi Culture. “Indeed, with hardship [will be] ease.” Surah Ash-Sharh 94:6.

August 14, 2017My agency informed me that they have moved my documents for visa stamping for the second time this morning. Waiting for 2 weeks is so nerve wrecking. In the evening, they informed me that my entry visa is secured.

August 17, 2017Finally, my travelling date has confirmed on August 20, 2017 from Kuching to KL. Then, KL to KSA. Start packing all the stuff needed. Payment need to be done to the agency RM912.66 only for all the services.

August 19, 2017 – This will be my last entry from Malaysia. Just to summarize the above information – Duration: ±1 year, Total cost: +RM3 428.45. Indeed, working abroad is not an easy road. Wish me all the best readers!!!

Musa berdoa: “Ya Tuhanku! Lapangkanlah untukku dadaku. Dan mudahkanlah untukku urusanku. Dan lepaskanlah kekakuan daripada lidahku. Supaya mereka mengerti perkataanku.”

(Surah Taha 20 : 25-28)

Until we meet again.

May peace be upon you.

Bingka Keju

Bingka Keju

Bahan-bahan:

250g mentega FarmCow
1 kotak kecil keju Philadelphia
4 biji telur ayam
1/2 tin kecil susu pekat manis F&N
1 gelas gula halus
1 sudu kecil esen vanila
1 paket kecil agar-agar jernih dilarutkan dengan 3 gelas air
1 1/2 gelas tepung gandum
Pewarna kurning telur

Cara membuat:

Pukul gula dan mentega hingga kembang. Kemudian masukkan telur ayam satu persatu, susu pekat manis, esen vanila dan keju Philadelphia. Campurkan tepung gandum dan gaul hingga sebati. Cairkan agar-agar dengan 3 gelas air (600ml) dengan api sederhana. Apabila agar-agar telah larut, campurkan dengan adunan dan masukkan sedikit pewarna kuning telur. Masukkan ke dalam dulang yang telah disalut mentega dan tepung. Bakar dalam ketuhar menggunakan api atas bawah lebih kurang 55 minit atau masak sehingga permukaan atas keperangan.

 Good luck

(^.^)

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