There are two types of mee goreng offered at the local hawker centers and foodcourts – the Indian type (mee goreng mamak) and the Malay type (Indonesian mee goreng). The former usually looks a lot redder, perhaps because more fresh … Read more
Category Archives: Noodles
My mum bought me a bottle of red yeast paste during my confinement period. It was meant to be used as a paste or marinade for cooking chickens with, supposedly a dish that could help with post-birth recovery (am not … Read more
Just wanted to finish up that pack of egg noodles in the kitchen cabinet, so that I can proceed to buy new things for the lunar new year!
The prevalent Asian consumption habit has it that most food has to be sufficiently cooked over a fire (or heat in some cases) for them to be hygienic and to taste good. But there is also an inherent instinct among … Read more
Noodles are a much-loved staple in the everyday life of a Hong Konger – regardless of whether they are soup-based, stir-fried, braised or deep-fried. When it comes to dried egg noodles, one of the best ways to cook them is … Read more