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Saturday, 14 May 2022

Fried beef noodle, porridge, chicken prawn noodle & millet dumplings

There was one morning when we were looking forward to try the fried noodle at this coffee shop at the junction where Jalan Pasir Pinji and Jalan Prince meet. 

As I approached the stall to place my order, I saw that they also serve fried beef noodle. I ordered a plate of fried rice vermicelli with beef slices with egg. While we were eating the noodle, the cook came to ask our review of his fried noodle. Hubby's feedback was that it was nice but a bit salty for his taste. So next time, we will request for less salty because other customers may not have any complain.
A bowl of our favourite shredded chicken and prawn flat rice noodle (kai si hor fun).
We also ordered a small bowl of rice porridge with roasted pork bones for sharing.
This place serves good coffee at RM2.20.
Overall, we enjoyed our breakfast that morning.
This is the name of the coffee shop in Chinese.
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Our simple lunch.
A friend blessed us with 2 frozen millet dumpling (bak chang with millet), vacuum packed.
They were slow steamed over medium low heat.
Millet dumpling with leaves wrapping removed.
Millet dumpling with its filling consisting of pork belly, salted egg yolk, & etc.
Thanks to our friend for these tasty dumplings.
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Home cooked dinner.
Home grown white bitter gourds from our old bitter gourd vines. The vines have been producing both big and small bitter gourds.
I used all the above bitter gourds to boil soup with pork rib, carrot, goji berries, and red dates.
Omelette with home grown Chinese chives (kuchai).
Chili oil as condiment.
The above was our "no rice" dinner.
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A dear friend sent me the following photo.
Emerald moth
Photo credited to Marie.


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50 comments:

  1. The emerald moth is beautiful, I haven't seen one before. Also the bitter gourd is interesting as I haven't ever had one, the are pretty to grow :)

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  2. What a pretty moth! I have never seen a green one before.

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  3. I wish I could try your chang. I bought a pillow chang, had it for breakfast this morning, so disappointing. Will blog about it soon! Yes, same here! I tend to find everything outside too salty but I suspect it is because at home, we take very little salt and no or very little msg.

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    1. Agree, we are using less salt at home so sometimes we will find the outside food a bit too salty for us.

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  4. The green moth definitely "steals the show"!

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  5. The fried beef noodle is a classic. Really miss it from my time in Perak. Cheers

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  6. ...I love the moth, we seem to just have small white cabbage moths.

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    1. This is my first time seeing a green moth.

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  7. What a good assortment of food: fried beef noodle, porridge, chicken prawn noodle, millet dumplings and your garden vegetables dish. I eat very lightly seasoned food so I would definitely find the beef noodles too salty. Your friend has sharp eyes to spot that green moth. It looks like a piece of green leaf to me. Do you prefer to eat out with your friends for dinner or do you prefer to cook dinner?

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    1. I enjoy eating out with friends and I too enjoy my own home cooked dinner. Lol!

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  8. Millet dumplings are gaining popularity, I see them more commonly on sale now. I haven't tried these though.

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    1. Especially for the health conscious customers.

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  9. The Emerald Moth is gorgeous! And your meals look good. I would like to try the bitter gourds...in your soup! Enjoy your weekend!

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  10. I imagine it must be quite difficult to get just the right amount of saltiness to suit everyone's tastes.

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    1. So true, not easy for the cook. We assured him that we will request for less salt the next time we order. Some customers may prefer more salt.

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  11. The Emerald Moth is gorgeous. It looks a bit like the Luna Moths we have here.

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  12. i really love bakcang especially with filled by salted egg. But i don't eat pork so i usualy choose another meat or chicken. That's parias look so cute and minimize. It's a new for me to see this varieties Nancy. Enjoy your photos as always. Have a nice day ^^

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    1. Thank you, Gustyanita. I have tasted chicken in bak chang and it is equally delicious.

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  13. Bitter Gourd sounds like something i want to try.

    That's a very interesting moth.

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    1. Bitter gourd is not very bitter, just slightly bitter and we love it.

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  14. Uy que polilla mas rara. Me dio ganas de los fideos.

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  15. Never heard of rice porridge.
    Coffee is on and stay safe

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  16. Interesting moth. The food does look lovely and most of the cooking done in our restaurants do not contain salt as so many people don't eat it these days.

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  17. The coffee shop appears to be well-lit and well-ventilated, making it an ideal place to eat breakfast during COVID. The dumplings look delicious, and the butterfly has beautiful detailing. 

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  18. You know Nancy, I would love to have some fried beef noodles. Yum, yum, yum.

    Cruisin Paul

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  19. Me encanta esa mariposa. Besos.

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  20. It looks of course delicious ... the auto function works wrong . Sorry

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    1. Thank you, Heldrun for your visit and comments.

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