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19.02.2012 | 愛炒米粉

[Volume 7 Issue 2, #1329]
之前提到我雖然係非飯之輩, 但係就好愛食炒飯.. 其實有另外一樣嘢比起炒飯會令我更加抗拒不了嘅, 佢就係炒米粉!! 唔食又至可, 一食就好大可能收唔到手, 就算係最基本最簡單嘅齋炒米粉, 我都可以啃下超乎合理想像嘅份量, 呵呵!! 證明我係何等地愛佢呀~~
■ [註] 相片係噚晚去瓜拉雪蘭莪食飯時叫嘅BB蜆炒米粉, 好食!! :)
mentioned earlier that although i'm not a rice person, fried rice is something i love to eat.. but there is another thing that has more magic to get me irresistible than fried rice, its fried beehoon!! unless i don't eat at all, else i can never stop eating, even the most basic fried beehoon on its own, i can gulp down an unreasonably amount you can never imagine, haha!! that shows how much i really love it~~
■ [note] the photo shows the fried beehoon with baby clam we ordered for yesterday's dinner at kuala selangor, very nice!! :)
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63 comments:

  1. ooo, fried bee hoon, i like it too, but prefer the singaporean friend bee hoon. Lighter color and tastes really good as long as they know how to fry it without too much oil inside :)

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    1. Local Bee Hoon can be better than Singapore Fried Bee Hoon. Come I try for you to makan!!

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  2. oh we called it Pancit Bihon... and we usually serve this during special occasions like birthdays

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    1. LOL...Pancit means Puntured Tires in our Malay Language.

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  3. the reason why it is commonly served during birthdays is that they believe that it will bring longer life to the celebrant....

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    1. Oh, the Chinese serve mee suah during birthdays to indicate longevity... not sure about beehoon.

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    2. Yeah we don't serve Bee Hoon on birthdays as they will be snapped into small sizes, hence shorter lives! Mee Suar is long, white and smoother for lives!

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    3. ahaha so we do have the same beliefs too .. interesting right?

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  4. we were conquered once by chinese so somehow we were influenced by their culture as well... beehon or bihon is one of the dishes we got from them./.. we actually have different versions of it by i prefer it to be plain

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  5. i used to put it inside a plain bread too.. haha.. yum yum

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    1. Putting beehoon in a bread? That's something new XD

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    2. it's real good yvonne... and now I'm craving for it haha.. you must give it a try

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  6. Have a great day SK and happy blogging

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  7. Oh ahaha you're a monster!

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  8. Okay I'm gonna try to follow what other commentators do

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  9. Heheh ok ok I'll stop.

    So, I don't like beehoon. I don't know why! It's not that I don't eat it, but I prefer the wheat flour noodle. Not the thick one though. Just regular sized one like in the instant noodles.

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  10. 哈哈 又找到一个喜欢米粉的
    不过米粉要炒得好吃不容易咯
    PUCHONG有一间《味味好火锅店》炒鱼头米粉的 很好吃!!!

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  11. OMG! That fried beehoon sure looks so good and tempting, SK!

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  12. I like fried beehoon too, much better than fried mee. :)

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    1. Me like beehoon too!! Eating too much fried mee, feel geli and jelak~

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    2. I agree that Fried Mee is damn fat and oily. Puke! The KL Fried Hokkien Mee is so black and oily....but yummy!! Ha ha ha LOL

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    3. Hokkien Mee is da best la come on LOL! :D

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  13. *hungry*

    Where to find nice beehoon like that? SK is sooo evil. Now I can't stop thinking about beehoon.And no stock of beehoon at home. ;p

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    1. Selangor Klang got Nice Lala Bihun also! :D

      come come XD

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    2. Kian Fai! You must not make people *drool* over their computer screen! Hungry lah! LOL

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    3. I want! I want!... Kian Fai belanja ok?

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  14. oh gosh. i'm so hungry now...

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  15. 莆田炒米粉不错吃,有机会可以试试看

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  16. I prefer fried meehoon too. It's not so jelak. Fried meehoon with fried clams sure sounds yummy.

    I understand Kuala Selangor has some nice food there.

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  17. 我都超中意食炒米粉,不過呢度啲炒米粉唔係炒嘅,而係用撈嘅。用滾水燙熟啲米粉然後放啲味精同生抽,白柴柴有冇火氣嗰只!

    一包齋炒米粉收費SGD1.50!!!

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  18. Like the fried mee hoon Malay style. Would get them at R&R while travelling on Highway.

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  19. LALA BIHUN! Fuiyoh summore go all the way to Kuala Selangor! Sibeh know how to taste huh? :P

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  20. Klang also got Lala Bihun, not bad and last time I got taste before authentic Lala Bihun in Klang, and awesome crab too XD

    Klang Teluk Gong u know where? XD it is another near end of Kesas Highway at Klang Side

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  21. Have this Awesome Lala Bihun when I was very young. Recently is last 2 months ago with old pal from Secondary School. Dam now I craving it, SK u so bad ar :D

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    1. You also bad lah. *promoting* the lala bihun. xD

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  22. If the Lala is slightly bigger, it would be great! And make sure they fried it is even, so everyone get to eat the lala :D

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  23. I love fried bihun too..

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  24. The best Bihun is own fried la!

    Can put salted braise pork, some cabage not too hard, shroom and more :D

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    1. I lazy to fry... how? xD

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    2. Kian Fai, agree that homecook beehoon is the best (and cheapest!)

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    3. Lina, ask hubby / maid / mom to fry, kekekeke

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  25. I love fried bihun too! but I prefer drier than the one you have there. Making me hungry now..

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  26. this fried meehoon reminds me of fried meehoon with crabmeat! :) delicioussss

    Latest: Happy Dim Sum Garden

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  27. 係吖,米粉如果炒得好食嘅话,仲好味过炒饭!对我呢个唔钟意食饭嘅人嚟讲,简直係福音!:-)

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  28. 有时早晨去巴刹买经济米粉做早餐,我都会加料同指定要参巴,简单得来材料丰富,我可以日日食炒米粉但係要我日日早餐食炒饭我接受唔到囉!

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  29. 你可以一次食咁大份炒米粉,证明你真係超爱食炒米粉囉,我通常一食饱就够架喇,唔会搏命再添,为咗搞身材啦嘛!呵呵呵~~~

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  30. 咦,奇怪?从来冇见你下厨炒米粉post上嚟畀我哋睇嘅?通常啲人钟意食某一样嘢,都会去学习点样煮出自己嘅口味架~~~:)

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  31. 哇,你呢碟BB蜆炒米粉真係叫人流口水囉!唔知你哋有冇成碟食晒到美人照镜呢?咁就证明呢碟BB蜆炒米粉真係非常之好食!!!

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  32. I'm a noodle person too but I cant take glass noodles. Kenot digest I tell you!

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  33. I just finished my lunch (fried rice) and I'm craving for fried beehoon pulak! SK, you no good one....

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  34. I'm not good at frying beehoon, it gets stick to my pan :(

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  35. So, what I do is, call up my mom and say I missed her beehoon *wicked laugh*

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  36. The best Fried Bee Hoon must have the steamed pork slices!!! Mmmmmmnnn soooo YUMMY!!!!

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  37. I love Mee Siam too and it is so similar to Fried Bee Hoon except that it is slightly spicy! Drool..!

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  38. It is easy to make yummy fried Bee Hoon. Just buy 1 tin of Stewed Pork and fry the whole tin of meat & sauce into the wok . Throw in Bee Hoon and stir for 25 mins till fragrant. Add in kicap, sugar and salt to taste! Bingo!

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  39. Am I right to say that only Chinese eat Bee Hoon and not the Japanese and Koreans??? I never see it in their menus!

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  40. I am a noodle person too. I love noodle in soup more, but I still like dry noodle like fried mee hoon more than rice.

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  41. Hi Sk, your plate of beehoon looks good. I prefer bee hoon than rice too especially crab beehoon.
    Have a nice day.

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