Monday, November 11, 2013

Simple recipe for two meals - Dark soya sauce boneless chicken with eggs cooked in dried chillies and curry leaves

Boneless chicken cooked in dried chillies and curry leaves.

Last night before I went to bed, I asked myself if I should cook the following day. Did not realized I already dozed off before I could thought of anything yet.

When I woke up this morning, I looked at the sky and it was quite gloomy. Feeling lazy to to buy groceries at Boulevard Hypermarket although it is very near our place so I thought I might find something in the kitchen and fridge to cook. I was a little happy when I saw two pieces of boneless drumsticks in the freezer that I bought from Ta Kiong at The Spring last Wednesday. Hope they are still fresh for me to cook. I searched for the ingredients that were available and I found:

1. some dried curry leaves (forgot how long they have been in the fridge drawer
2. some left over young ginger.
3. carrot
4. chicken sausages in the freezer.
5. eggs

Then I took out some dried chillies and two big onions as the main ingredients.

After an hour this is the new recipe i invented. Dark soya sauce boneless chicken with eggs cooked in dried chillies/big onions/carrots and curry leaves.


Friday, November 8, 2013

Mamee Chef Curry Laksa Flavour as first meal on a sunny morning - How to make instant noodles?

Another morning again after 24 hours. As I was looking in the kitchen of  what I could have for breakfast this morning. Found a packet of (ramen) Mamee Chef Curry Laksa Flavour/Perisa Kari Laksa hiding in between the rest of the instant noodles arranged nicely in a tupperware. After reading the ingredients I started to cook, and in few minutes the noodles are ready to be serve. Add an egg to get extra flavour from the soup. While I was eating, I found some mini "tau fu pok"... ohh they were such cutie. Never seen such small "tau fu pok" before.


How to make instant noodles? The answer is here

 If we use the correct ways and timing when cooking instant noodles, we will definately enjoy the masterpiece of the noodles and the taste will turn out yumm! Happy trying.

Special thanks/credits to: http://www.wikihow.com/ and all sources

Tuesday, October 22, 2013

Early Lunch at Nam Fatt Fish Ball Noodle House (南发鱼丸面餐馆), Jalan kampar

As we were about to go out for late breakfast, I told my daughter I would want to go to go to the famous Big Tree Foot a.k.a. Dai Shu Geok at Pasir Pinji, Ipoh. After parking our car, we went in the stall but looked like stall was just opened and most of the deep fried fish paste stuffed yong tau fu were not ready yet.

We had no other choice but to look for somewhere else to eat. I was getting very hungry already and so after we found a good car park, we entered Nam Fatt Fish Ball Noodle House at Jalan Kampar. This was the first time I've been there if I could recalled. Found a place to sit easily as there were not many people at this hour. From late breakfast now we would be having early lunch. We ordered some stuffed yong tau fu and a bowl of fish ball noodles.

From what I've heard, Nam Fatt Fish Ball Noodle House was first opened since more than 20 years ago from just a fish ball noodle stall  to an air-conditioned restaurant. No doubt their food taste good and I will surely come here again soon. Most probably next weekend. Hope we can get a place to sit as easily as today.


This place is worth visiting for those who love Yong Tau Foo.

Location: No. 86C, Jalan Permaisuri Bainun, 30250, Ipoh, Perak  30250, Malaysia
Tel: +60 5-253 6454
Business Hours : 8am – 10.45pm (Daily)

To know more about the menu of this restaurant, continue to read here.

Special thanks/credits to http://www.j2kfm.com/ and all sources