25.04.2012 | 沙爹魚片

[Volume 7 Issue 4, #1395]
大家仲記唔記得呢啲沙爹魚片?? 其實我以為佢哋絕晒種㗎喇, 點知俾我喺間罨罨耷耷(讀:up dup)嘅迷你市場見到, 興奮到即刻買咗兩包!! 仲記得以前5仙一串有4片咁多, 依家10仙一串得返兩片.. 咁耐冇食, 雖然覺得冇以前咁好味, 但係都叫做勾起少少童年回憶.. 係嘅, 我又再喺度話當年喇~~ :D
do you still remember this satay fish?? i thought this snack has already extinct, but i accidentally saw them in a very rundown mini mart the other day, so thrilled that i bought two packs for myself!! i still remember it was 5-sen a stick with 4 slices but now it's 10-sen with only 2 slices.. it's such a long time i've not eaten this before, though not as "yummy" as they were before but bring back some childhood memories.. alright i know i know, i am reminiscing the good old days again~~ :D
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    1. Morning TM!

      Wah! Reporting early today. ;)

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    2. Good morning, everyone!!

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    3. Time to say nitey-nite!

      Tomorrow another day to spam lots here! ;p

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  2. I used to eat this junkie food with my Thambee! Lol

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    1. I used to eat this too..

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    2. I love, love, love this very much. Still having it once a while, buy from supermarket XD

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  3. They are still popular with younger teens and adults. My 4 office despatch boys could eat them as meals when I bought a huge packet. Crazy!

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    1. goodness..as meals..that's not wise

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  4. I think it is made of flour and sprinkled with fish powder flavoring before being rolled out in sheets. Just good junk food to munch in front of TV.

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  5. Oh dear, where in Wenn, First Lady and the Queen? All overslept?

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    1. Here! Here!

      Still eating breakfast and reading newspaper lah. xD

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    2. Good morning,TM and lina. I just finished my usual house chores..now eating eating lunch..

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    3. My workload is coming back again, slowing taking my breath and killing me.

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    4. I just got mood to spam. Last few days, no mood to even read blogs let alone comment.

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  6. How come you never come across this all these while?

    Always eat so healthy ah, SK? ;)

    Me and my Son love them!

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    1. Ya, ya, both my kiddos always fight this junk food with me! I would buy a packet, sneakily eat them in the store room when they are watching their favourite cartoon.

      I'm so mean, hahaha! Too much tidbits for them is no good mah, but nvm for mommy :p

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    2. Hehehe terrible Mommy. But good lah. We basket case already. Exposed too much with junk food. For our kids, we try not to la, right or not Yvonne? ;p

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    3. Yeah! Hi5!! Most of my colleagues are doing the same too :p

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  7. When I see this, you know what? I think of my neighbour in my office.

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  8. Queen Yvonne, she previously bought 1 pack of this when we went out for lunch together. Then, you know what?

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  9. She sat next to me, and finished the whole pack by herself.

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  10. She smelt like satay fish the whole day. yucks!

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    1. Wah~ really 'expose' my habits here @___@

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    2. Next time I'll force you to take some and smelt like satay fish afterwards. Bwahahaha!

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  11. SK, you and Queen Yvonne have same taste.

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    1. I think I have many similarity with SK.....

      I'm thinking, is SK my 'bau-bau bacang' relative?? Same genes, same taste buds??

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    2. Queen Yvonne, I know you don't understand this. "相逢恨晚".

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    3. Translate please, I can't google translate it. It give me direct hanyu pinyin only.

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    4. Muahahahah! Wait for your 'bau-bau bacang' relative to translate for you.

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  12. Like kids only, like to eat kids' food.

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    1. some adults love it too

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    2. forever young tastebud, mah. kakaka

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    3. People young at heart, SK young at mouth. Wakakakak!

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  13. SK, I am more to health and fitness freak. Don't dare to eat so much junk food like this, otherwise wasting all my effort in workout.

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    1. true..eat healthily is better

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  14. Where got extinct orrr......it is always available in the supermarket. Used to eat this when I was a child too....

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  15. I remember I used to love this..

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  16. but anymore as they are considered junk food..

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  17. I wouldn't mind just a stick anyway..

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    1. Just a stick cannot curb my craving. I need the whole packet, hehehe!

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    2. I always fight with my son to eat this. He always make sure I eat only 5 and he gets 5.

      So calculative. LOL

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    3. At least you still have 5. I need to donate my 5 stick to my younger son.

      So, you kinda understand why I hid in storeroom to eat.

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  18. We do sell at our shop too..

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  19. I'm not sure the taste deteriorated or our demand is higher. It does taste slightly less-fishy but doesn't matter as long as it brings back sweet memory.

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    1. I agree with you. Last time was better. Right?

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    2. And last time was cheaper. And bigger portion!

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    3. most things have become smaller in size even the milk powder packets.

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  20. OMG, we are definitely getting old, keep reminiscing the good old days ~

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    1. it's good to flashback..it keeps our lives lively

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  21. hey, those are not extinct yet... still selling over here in Ipoh.. and my colleagues just brought back a few packets from Lumut..

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    1. At Jusco Midvalley also got a lot. Carrefour also got.

      SK should go there and look after his gym sessions. kakaka

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  22. Yea, it's one of my favourite childhood snacks. Not extinct yet, still can see it selling in the market.

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  23. 小白小时候很喜欢吃。

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  24. 有!我还是买得到。
    不过越来越小片倒是真的

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  25. 其實我好懷疑嗰塊真係魚片?....

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  26. Eyewwwwwww!!! Saw them making those in Pangkor!

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  27. But if you're having a barbecue, you can buy those...and barbecue over the hot charcoal fire. Nice! And whatever dirty things would be killed in the heat...I hope!!!

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  28. got got! i always buy them whenever i visit an island.

    Latest: Freshest Sashimi Ever

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  29. Seriously long time no see this Satay!! hahah my dad usually buy this when I was kid, because it is too tasty.

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  30. why stop buying this after that because my family shift from KL Pudu to Subang Jaya hahaha (around 4years old me)

    Then still got chance to eat this satay which is thick flavor and very sweet too :X

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  31. yah it is very rare to see on those classic kedai runcit or chinese herb shop.

    Even chinese herb shop around subang or my area become Zero real soon . . . sad case.

    Either the uncle too old cannot work or sell away or the son dun wanna take over the business haha

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  32. when you post about food, I sure many many comments 1 :P hehehe

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    1. Darth Vader loves his food so must come and comment lots when it's about food, eh? xD

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  33. most youngsters love this kind of food..

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  34. LOL .. i remember...
    the old ones seems bigger n the taste is nicer..
    then rabbit sweet, ding dang chocolates .. hmm apa lagi?

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    1. Good thing my Son never learn about Ding Dang. Waste money only!

      I wasted lots when I was small wanting the cheap ding dang toys. kakaka

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    2. Same here, Lina! I always bug my dad to buy me Ding Dang just to get the free toy.

      Now my kids would bug me to get Kinder Bueno egg-shaped chocolate which comes with toy. And it's around RM3.50 each. Darn expensive!! Usually their crying and whining would fall on deaf ears :p

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  35. maybe there is a reason they ban this snack lol . . .

    because seriously cannot see many people sell this :/

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    1. I don't think this snack is banned yet.... I still can get it from the supermarket here :D

      People taste has upgraded. No longer eating this local snack. They are having Rocky Stick or so - mostly originated from Taiwan, Japan and Korea.

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  36. subang jaya dun have, even Klang oso dun have . . . haiz maybe I didnt cari those place who fill it up with those kampung smell yet hahah

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    1. Come to KL and buy lah! LOL

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    2. Come give me your address, I buy and post 10 packets to you.

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  37. These are junk food! LOL! I don't touch them. Hahaha!

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  38. Yes, reminds me of those long ago time! Nowadays I don't see it maybe I don't go around hunting for it.

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  39. But I think you may be able to find them in some hyper marts : D

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  40. yes.. I like this kind of satay fish too.. but it's getting not really nice nowadays.. so, I opted for the dry type instead.. :0

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  41. i think it is still 10 sen a stick byut smaller portion

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  42. but am not crazy about these

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  43. each time wat sure sore throat

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  44. ol skool satay fish! love them for its salty sweet and a lil spicy taste. now you have me craving this...

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  45. 我记得呢个沙爹魚片,细路仔嗰阵食好多囉!

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  46. 嗰阵时一串卖几钱,我就冇你咁好记性,仲记得一清二楚!呵呵呵~~~

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  47. 细路仔嗰阵时,好瘾沙爹魚片架,一人可以食到停唔到口,有本事一人食晒成包架!

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  48. 有时喺迷你市场,仲见到佢嘅芳踪,不过就冇可以买嚟食囉!

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  49. 人大个之后,口味会变,但係记忆中呢个沙爹魚片嘅味道真係称得上几十年如一日!

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  50. 有时公司有人买嚟当零食放喺厨房请大家食,我都会帮衬一两串,怀念下以前嘅味道!

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  51. 自从听人讲过制作沙爹魚片嘅过程之后,我食多两串就唔会囉!怕怕!

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  52. 原来我哋都係食沙爹魚片长大,真係give me five囉! :)

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