Thursday, December 18, 2014

Marvellous Egg Co

I saw this new food booth at the top floor of the MidValley mall and so walked closer for a look.

What are they selling?

Egg sticks! The price is expensive - from MYR5 to MYR8 for just one egg stick. I remember reading a post on kuchingnite blogspot about cooking eggs into a stick with Eggmaster. So now these egg sticks are being sold commercially.

They claim that their dips will win you over. Please click on both the above menu photos for a larger photo.

They cut up one egg stick into many pieces and gave them out for customers to sample their food. I took one - salmon black pepper with egg. The taste is nice as I like both salmon and egg but I find it too expensive. Perhaps it is better for me to buy an Eggmaster to cook these egg sticks myself at home just like what Rose did.

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  1. Oh yes, I remember Rose's post about the Eggmaster or Eggcooker, something like that.. Can be used to cook sausages wrapped in eggs in a lollipop shape..

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  2. Somebody blogged about this but I can't remember who now. Egg, I LIKE!!!

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    1. Will you pay MYR5 for a stick like that?

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  3. Well, a stick of scallops from Scallop Q is about the same price isn't it? I agree with you, too expensive. I won't be rushing to try both of these anyway. I think I would stick to ais krim potong as snacks of this size..

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    1. That scallop Q has mini sized scallops. I have seen them but also think not worth paying that price for mini scallops.

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  4. Oh my, that's the first time I've ever heard of an egg stick!

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    1. Wonder what they will come up with next.

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  5. oh, i did not notice this stall there at the top floor of MV.. hmmm, interesting idea and very creative.. same like you, i may go and taste their free sample, just for the taste, but if you ask me to buy, i will also think that it's expensive.. yeah, mun go and make your own and then you can open a shop to sell.. hehehehe!! :p

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    1. If I make I will eat them all! :D

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  6. RM 5-8 per stick is definitely pretty pricey, but I wonder what's the rental like for that spot tho.

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    1. The rental must be really expensive!

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  7. Now you reminded me! I only did the egg sticks few times and now it is kept in my shelves. Lol.

    Too expensive lah!!! 1 egg costs how much?? ^^

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    1. I think they use more than 1 egg because they did not put one whole sausage inside.

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  8. that's expensive, i would rather buy something else for snacking...

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    1. I think this is a full meal not a snack.

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  9. Not cheap eh?

    Never try eggsticks before...

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  10. You and I could afford this price but we are talking about whether it's for money's worth. I am so tempted to try!

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    1. If you feel like trying, do go for it!

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  11. Yeah, I saw these on eatdrinkkl's blog 2 days ago. It is pricey but I think they need more than 1 egg to make a stick (coz it looks huge). But at the prices they charge, they should at least give us the more expensive kampong eggs instead of these cheap grocery eggs :(

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  12. I haven't seen this in Ipoh. I agree the price is expensive.

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    1. I think people in Ipoh prefer to cook their own eggs. :)

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  13. I've had it before too! I think the price is a little too high, otherwise it tastes good.

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    1. Yes it tastes good. Did you eat it at this very booth?

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    2. Yeah, I had it at MV too! I used to go to Swenson opposite MV for hair treatments a long time ago. It's for a post, but I actually do have male pattern baldness (hereditary from my dad).

      It wasn't open then though, but I still go to MV more often than most other malls (except maybe Publika).

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    3. You are an early bird because they just opened for business just this month I believe.

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