Sunday, October 9, 2016

Not for Breakfast

Early one morning, I ate this plate of wantan hor yingyong (hor fun mixed with mee hoon) noodle (deep fried vermicelli noodle mixed with flat wide rice noodle stir fried in a smooth egg gravy) for breakfast. It is tasty with lots of ingredients but the wok hei (taste of hot oil  from the wok) and strong taste of stir fried garlic was too much for me to take that morning so next time, I will stick to milder tasting noodle for breakfast.

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  1. A rather rich combo of flavour and texture.

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  2. I prefer kway teow but usually the ones here have a little too much msg so I would avoid them, once in a long while with a special request for less of the white stuff.

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    1. This one I ate is ok. I wasn't thirsty after eating it.

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  3. I would prefer non-mix noodle, either kway teow or beehoon. I normally prefer this for dinner because it can be very filling. From the photo, it looks delicious.

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    1. It is tasty. I eat little dinner so I prefer to eat this for lunch.

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    2. Same as Nancy, I prefer non-mix noodle, but I don't like mee hoon, I prefer to have this for dinner too, by the way, this mee boon looks thicker and more yellowish

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    3. *mee hoon

      Is this the same as bee hoon?

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    4. Yes mee hoon is the same as bee hoon.

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    5. In the photo above it is thicker because the mee hoon has been deep fried before that.

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  4. Some day we could use to milder breakfast with less oil and MSG. ^^

    How I miss wantan hor. Used to enjoy it back in West Malaysia when I studied there. Not many places serve this here.

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    1. I can't take heavy breakfast nowadays.

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  5. Haha yeah maybe too heavy for breakfast!

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    1. But if I share this with 2 other persons then should be ok gua.

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  6. Where was this? You cannot take wok hei, I can! :D

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    1. This is at Swee Hing coffee tiam, sri petaling. You sure you can take wok hei for breakfast?

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  7. I prefer that with koay teow and I would love that wat tan hor from what you described - lots of wok hei and strong stir fried garlic!

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    1. Ah so you like it with koay teow alone.

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