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Yet Satisfying - Whole Family Loved
Whole Family Loved
Whole Family Loved
2 times mentioned • Adrian Bb • 22 October 2015
Cantonese fried rice Packed with veggies and ham, fried rice makes a simple yet satisfying mid-week meal. This was really tasty. Whole family loved it and went back for seconds! This was yummy and really easy to make! The kids loved it - also really nice with diced pork (with or without the prawns). I just the cook the pork before everything else and then add it at the end! I don't even bother cooking the rice the day before - if you have a rice cooker you can cook it the same day, let it cool and it's good to go! :)
Yet Satisfying - Kaya Toast
Kaya Toast
Kaya Toast
27 times mentioned • Lily Wong • 31 December 2016
Yut Kee Restaurant, Jalan Kamunting, Chow Kit. What is Roti Bakar?: A popular breakfast item, this light yet satisfying bite proves that sometimes the sum of parts really is greater than the whole. While regular kaya toast and buttered toast taste fine on their own, together they are a drool-worthy match made in food heaven. For the full Malaysian experience, we recommend you wash it down with some hot milo or teh tarik.
Popular Breakfast - Soft Boiled Eggs
Soft Boiled Eggs
Soft Boiled Eggs
2 times mentioned • Qin Wellknown • 01 April 2016
Kaya, is a local jam made from eggs, sugar and coconut milk, and is flavored by pandan leaves, and later sweetened with sugar. Kaya jam is a very popular spread in Singapore and Malaysia. It was originated from China in the Hainan province. The jam itself tastes sweet and is somewhat creamy, with a hint of coconut and eggs in it. Kaya is originally brown in coloured, however can be artificially coloured into a green spread. Kaya is often used as a spread in breakfast and goes fabulously well with bread that has been toasted over charcoal, and a slab of butter on it. It is an increasingly popular breakfast with Singaporeans, hence the name Kaya Toast. Kaya toast goes along well with a cup of coffee and a plate of soft boiled eggs, which is cooked by hot water. Upon cracking a
Wash Down With - Petaling Jaya
Petaling Jaya
Petaling Jaya
100 times mentioned • Kelly Lim • 03 June 2016
Bacon & Brews 52M, Jalan SS21/58, Damansara Uptown, Petaling Jaya, Selangor. Tues-Thurs, 11am-10pm, Fri-Sun, 11am-11pm. Even the cheesecake is more boar than bore, laced with bacon bits (them again!) for extra texture. Wash down with a sweetish Uji Matcha Latte (RM9.90), made with Kyoto-origin tea powder.
Satisfying Bite - Best Pandan Cakes In Singapore
Best Pandan Cakes In Singapore
Best Pandan Cakes In Singapore
10 times mentioned • Ayumi Wong • 23 November 2016
Best Pandan Cakes in Singapore. SPARKS CAFÉ & BISTRO. The pandan sugee manages to be surprisingly light despite the almonds and butter used in the batter. Flavourful with a slight hint of pandan, the crumb has a satisfying bite, thanks to the inclusion of coarsely ground almonds. The cake also manages to be extremely moist thanks to the homemade gula melaka syrup that is drizzled on top. #01-04 Thomson V One, 9 Sin Ming Road.
Buttered Toast - Cha Chaan Teng
Cha Chaan Teng
Cha Chaan Teng
8 times mentioned • Mandy B B • 15 August 2017
At one of Hong Kong's most popular and famous Hong Kong café (Cha Chaan Teng) Australia Dairy Company, expect attitudes, partly rude service, chaotic ambience, long queues, and a very good plate of scrambled eggs. The morning set at HKD$28 consisted of a buttered toast, scrambled eggs, macaroni soup with ham and coffee or tea. The eggs are fluffy and tasty, some say the secret ingredient is canned cream soups. The café is a frantic battle zone during peak hours. Tip: Join the queue, get your way in, squeeze into a table, order and enjoy your food.
Buttered Toast - South East Asian
South East Asian
South East Asian
2 times mentioned • Qin Wellknown • 01 April 2016
Ever since I first discovered the sous-vide technique back in 2012, one of the very first application that came into my mind was that it'd be perfect for making kaya - a rich, aromatic South East Asian coconut custard jam that is a common breakfast staple in Malaysia and Singapore. It is amazing with buttered toast and a common filling in South East Asian desserts. Kaya is made with 3 easily accessible ingredients: coconut milk, eggs and sugar. Although optional, it's best cooked with pandan (screw pine) leaves to impart a lovely, distinct aroma. From memory, traditional methods of making kaya is pretty laborious and unpredictable - it involves hours of careful monitoring and manual stirring of the mixture cooked in a double boiler. Leaving it to cook itself for 5 minutes is
Roti Bakar - During Lunch Time
During Lunch Time
During Lunch Time
2 times mentioned • 03 December 2016
It's a simple, casual Halal-certified restaurant where families can dine, or one can go for quick meal after doing grocery. Asam Tree is usually packed during lunch time with the crowd traffic at its peak, so you have to be quick in finding that empty table. Craving for Nasi Padang, Nasi Lemak, Chicken Rice, Chicken Noodle, Ayam Penyet, Lontong, Mee Rebus, Mee Siam, Mee Soto, Rojak, Roti Bakar – you're in the right place at Asam Tree. The owners admit that although these are traditional, comfort dishes.
Roti Bakar - Shone Through In The Toast
Shone Through In The Toast
Shone Through In The Toast
2 times mentioned • Cassandra Kei Kei • 01 July 2016
Jalan Transfer, Penang. Meet Malaysia's answer to Eggs Benedict the humble Roti Bakar. Simply put literally, it's eggs on toast but on a sensory level it transcends that definition. Two perfect half-boiled eggs sitting atop skillfully charred freshly baked Benggali bread slathered with margarine and sugar. As a result of a longer baking process vis-a-vis white bread, Benggali bread is much more fluffier and airy. This shone through in the toast. This shone through in the toast. Crunchy on the outside yet fluffy and airy on the inside. I've never had toast and eggs quite like this before!
Match Made In - Modern Torup Bar Stool Match
Modern Torup Bar Stool Match
Modern Torup Bar Stool Match
2 times mentioned • Micheal Chong • 16 March 2018
Torup barstool with gas cartridge. Striking with its sleek lines and light look, the modern Torup bar stool is a match made in heaven for a contemporary kitchen. The slim seat is formed to fit your body and the height-adjustable base ensures you can fit the stool to your needs.
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