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Friday, 17 August 2018

Shredded Chicken Meat Noodles & Jelly Fish For Breakfast.

Ipoh's shredded chicken meat noodles or "kai si hor fun" in Cantonese is very popular with tourists from far and near. There are a few well known places serving good shredded chicken meat noodles and one of them is Kafe Little Nam Yeong. This stall was formerly located at Restoran Jen Jen but has since shifted to Kafe Little Nam Yeong. This is one of hubby's favourite noodles.
We ordered a plate of blanched jelly fish, bean sprouts & cuttlefish or squid. You will need to pour the Thai chili sauce and squeeze the lime juice over it before you start to enjoy it.
Sometimes, we request for bird's eye chili in soy sauce to add oomph to the taste!
Sometimes, we only ordered the jelly fish and the bean sprouts without the cuttlefish or squid.
My bowl of shredded chicken  and flat rice noodle.
Sometimes, we will add some fish balls too.
From these empty bowl and plate, you will know that we enjoyed every mouthful.
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The following photos are for joining Skywatch Friday.
This photo was taken at 5.35 pm.
This is the newly built building at the Ipoh Permaisuri Bainun general hospital.
We were on our way to pick up our friends for dinner.
Taken at 7.20 pm - the sky was still bright.

Linking to Skywatch Friday.

He replied, "You are good at reading the weather signs of the skies
- red sky tonight means fair weather tomorror;
red sky in the morning means foul weather all day
- but you can't read the obvious signs of the times!
(Matthew 16:2-3, The Living Bible-TLB)

56 comments:

  1. This is new to me. I didn't know you can eat jellyfish!

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    1. Yes, this type can be eaten! Very crunchy and this dish is like a salad.

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  2. Interesting breakfast. Blanched jelly fish. Haha. Does look like what we could find and eat in Thailand.

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    1. Yes, it is something like a salad eaten with the Thai sweet chili sauce.

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  3. I can't remember when I last had some jelly fish! Seriously miss them!

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    1. Hi Angie, come to Ipoh and you can enjoy it here!

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  4. Tasty and yummy . Please tell something about my capture on my blog.

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  5. Interesting recipe and glad u enjoyed. Wonderful sky watching and nice pale colors on the general hospital

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  6. Hello, I like the building, the modern look is pretty. Lovely sky capture.
    Happy Friday, enjoy your day and weekend!

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    1. Thank you, Eileen for hosting! Have a happy weekend!

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  7. ...as my mother always said, 'clean your plate.'

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  8. I know I will enjoy the blanched jelly fish, bean sprouts & cuttlefish. It's like some sort of salad/kerabu.

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  9. I want to taste it . Please keep commenting on my blog I love you comment.

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  10. I can see the cuttlefish or squid, but jelly fish. Aren't they dangerous? See ya Nancy.

    Cruisin Paul

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    1. Hi Paul, this type is edible. This is sold in salted form.

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  11. No thanks to the jelly fish but I like the kai si hor fun and fish balls

    Have a great weekend, Nancy

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    1. Ha ha! Jelly fish is not everyone's favourite.

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  12. Never heard of that dish before, but would sure love to try some. Now I'm hungry.

    Have a fabulous day and weekend, Nancy. ♥

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    janicce.

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  15. I love chicken and noodle.
    must eat menu

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  16. I cooked stirfry this evening and expected to have to add flavout to it. Not necessay, the chilli from te garden did all it was expected to LOL. Enjoy your weekend, Diane

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    1. Thank you, Diane! I usually cook stir fry with garlic and salt. The harvest from our garden will give out its natural flavour, sweetness and freshness. Have a great weekend!

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  17. Blessings...
    Jelly fish! wow i don't think i've ever eaten jelly fish.

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  18. Beautiful skies, and I like the architecture and colors of the hospital. Have a nice weekend!

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  19. Happy to see you have blue skies. KL was terribly hazy yesterday.

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    1. We had few days of haze and this morning the sky is clearer after last night's rain.

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  20. Fascinating dishes, i’ve never seen many of them in person.

    Pretty skies!

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  21. Whenever I'm back in Penang, I will always go for jellyfish pasembor. It's my favourite. I have never had jelly fish this way and you're making me drool over it, Nancy.

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