Wednesday, December 31, 2014

Kong Nam Mee

This is the last post for the year and I end it with 江南麵 (Kong Nam Mee). I am guessing that this noodle originated from 江南 (Kong Nam / Jiang Nan) hence its name.

I have fulfilled my own goal of a post a day for the year 2014 so for the new year, I am going to relax a bit so it will be as and when I feel like writing a post, you will see a post. :)

To everyone, thank you for writing comments on my blog for this year. I truly appreciate it and look forward to reading your comments.

MYR10 for 1 pax with lots of mushrooms, vegetables, prawns, squid and half a century egg on top of deep fried noodle.

28 comments:

  1. Am awake, G just drank milk.. Looks like kongfu chau, I love anything with starchy eggy gravy.. Blog as you like, your sukak! Happy new year to you & family..

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    1. TQ. Same to you. So you gotta wake up very often at night?

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  2. I love this!!! Used to eat the one at PJ Old Town. Didn't know the name - always refer to it as Cantonese fried.

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    1. You mean you order Cantonese fried and they give you this?

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  3. hmmm, the name doesn't necessarily suggests its origin.. just like Singapore Fried Beehoon (sing chow mai) is not from Singapore, haha!!

    great that you have achieve your one-day-a-post goal!! well done, I have tried to do that and yes, it's really no joke!! that's why I have now slowed down a lot, muahaha!!

    wishing you and your family a HAPPY NEW YEAR 2015!! :)

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    1. TQ. Same to you! So where is sing chow mai origins?

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  4. The noodle looks good and I like the crispy bits. Happy New Year!

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    1. TQ. Same to you! I like to soak the noodle until it is soft.

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  5. Yummy food to end the year!!
    Happy New Year to you & your family. May you have abundance of good health in the coming year.
    Looking forward to more delicious food posts from you.

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  6. Happy new year to you! And congrats on reaching yr goal. :)

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    1. TQ. Any countdown celebration for you?

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  7. Happy New Year and wishing you a great rest, until you begin again. :-)

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    1. Happy New Year to you. Not really taking a rest but slowing the pace.

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  8. Wow that's a big plate!!

    Wishing you and family a happy new year!

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  9. This resembles Cantonese fried noodles in every way except for the use of crispy thin noodles (which is not meehoon but those thinner than yee mee).

    Writing one post a day is "mission impossible" for me coz mine are so lengthy...but great that you kept up with your goal of one post a day! So, it's Happy 1st Year Blog Anniversary to you too!!

    Happy New Year to you and your family...till we see you again in 2015 :)

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    1. TQ. Same to you! You write very good reviews so must be long.

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  10. Wow, looks good with lots of ingredients. Happy New Year to you. Will be here as and when you are ready to post.

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  11. I love this noodle! Crispy noodle with the egg gravy. Like Cantonese noodle.

    Happy new year to you, Mun. Thanks for your support and comments in my blog too. Cheers!

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    1. TQ. Same to you. You are welcome! :)

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  12. Saw someone having crispy noodles that day and wonder how it tastes, never try before

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    1. If you are curious, maybe try it one day. Happy New Year!

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  13. Gosh, this looks sooooo yummy! Happy 2015 to you & may you have a wonderful new year, dear! Well, I'm back in action & resuming my blog hopping now. So glad to be back blogging ^_^

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    1. Happy New Year to you and your family! Good to see you back blogging.

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