Saturday, January 16, 2016

Happy Weekend!

Pork yee mee with pork liver (MYR8 nett) at Try Mee. Yee Mee is a type of noodle made from wheat flour and eggs or lye water (kansui). They are deep fried and then dried before being used to cook this dish. Have a good weekend!

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  1. something that is so illegal over here hehe. can't wait to have them when i am back during CNY!

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    1. But you do eat it at home (I saw it in your recent Christmas post). ;p

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  2. You too, have a lovely weekend. Yee mee is not commonly found/used here - may get them at a few places selling claypot or sizzling plate noodles.

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    1. Thanks. Here it is more commonly found, pan mee or pork mee stall would let you have a choice of having yee mee if you like.

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  3. This reminds me: I think yee mee is another food item that I prefer KL's over Penang's. Although they don't seem much different in terms of cooking style. :|

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    1. I have never eaten yee mee in Penang so I don't know how it is.

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  4. Oh, I like pork noodles with yee mee too although it's usually saltier than the norm.

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  5. I love pork yee mee but only with pork and egg. I love yee mee because it is more chewy. Have a happy weekend too!

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    1. Thanks! You don't eat pork innards?

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  6. My hubby loves yee mee & usually order from those ban mian stall. Happy weekend, dear! xoxo

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  7. In my house, we call this noodle "rubberband" as it looks like one. I love claypot yee mee or sizzling yee mee.

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    1. Their colour does look like rubberband, doesn't it?

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  8. I love pork liver! They must not be overcooked and that makes it scary to eat.

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    1. There is a piece of pork kidney in this bowl of noodle too. Do you eat them?

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  9. It looks great.. is this a Chinese meal? My mom and I will visit a Chinatown this CNY haha maybe we could find similar dishes there

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    1. I am not sure whether this dish originates from China. It is just cooking noodle with pork meat, pork liver, pork kidney and pork lard.

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  10. Thumbs up at that noodle. Hope you had a good weekend!

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    1. You like pork yee mee too, right? Thanks, I did.

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    2. Yeah I do like. One of the many types of food that I like hehehe.

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