Tuesday, July 19, 2011

My simple "Malay mee goreng"

When my mum requested me to cook something for trip to the beach, I can only think of fried noodles. Back in the day, my mum and aunts would bring fried noodles or fried bee hoon whenever we go picnics by the beach. It is easy and fast to cook. So here is a simple "Malay mee goreng"... 

I do not have the exact measurement for the ingredients but I used the following items: 
Yellow egg noodles, slices of fishcake, shrimp, cubed tofu, beansprouts, slices of onions, minced garlic, egg, tomato ketchup, chilli sauce, light soy sauce, salt to taste

Firstly, I soaked the yellow noodles in hot water for a while then strained and put aside. I heat the oil in the wok. Saute onions and garlic. Then add the fishcake, prawns and tofu. Cook until the prawns are cooked. Break the egg in the center and stir. Then I add the ketchup, chilli sauce, light soy sauce. Add a little salt to taste. Lastly throw in the noodles and mixed well. 

Monday, July 18, 2011

~~ Foodography ~~

In Singapore, it is so easy to get not only the local food but international food. I rarely cook at my parent's house because either my mum or grandmother does the cooking or I'll go dining out. So I've been thinking.. perhaps its a good idea to share photos of the food that I enjoyed eating while my long vacation here in Singapore. :))

23 Serangoon Central, #01-04, NEX Mall, Singapore

  Colorful plates with delicious delectables on sushi conveyor belt.


Chawanmushi and Gunkan sushi

Fried Tofu

Friday, July 08, 2011

Happy Blogoversary to Bites and Pieces.

Its the date.. I cant believe it has already been 3 years. 
Happy 3rd Blogoversary to Bites and Pieces. Yay!!! 
Have a good weekend yall! 

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