Wednesday, May 23, 2012

Mum's recipe

While dad and mum were still in town, mum decided to cook our favourite mee siam and invited us over to brother's house. It was hubby's favourite and he had 3 servings that night !

A big pot of mee siam
Mum fried a big pot of delicious mee siam for us to feast on. Love the crunchy taugeh and chives added into the mee siam.

Covered generously with ingredient
Mum was generous with the ingredient too. Squid and prawns were added into the mee siam besides than fried egg, taufu and fish cakes.

Crabs
Not only mee siam, mum deep fried some 'finger licking good' crab for us too. Dad prefer the original taste, hence mum did not stir fried with any other sauces. It was naturally salty and nice to eat just like that too !

After dinner, there were still some mee siam left and mum let me 'ta pau' back for my breakfast the next day.

Korean coffee - Mocha
It was so delicious to goes with the coffee which I brought back from my recent Korea trip in March. I love this coffee very much but dad still prefer our own Ipoh White Coffee.

36 comments:

  1. Oh, your mother's mee siam looks really delicious~ But how come it's called mee siam and not beehoon siam?

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    1. ya hor...i wonder why too.. but have been calling this name since young. haha

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  2. the mee siam make me salivating from here... and the crabs... yum yum... you are one lucky one :D

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    1. ya....am so hungry looking at the picture again. haha

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  3. eh ur mom mi siam is the spicy type? omg, the crabs!!!

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    1. yes...spicy type. I love it very much.

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  4. wow, that mee siam just looks fabulous!! i love any kind of fried meehoon actually, i think i have no problem finishing that wok of mee siam, hahaha~~ :D

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    1. I love fried mee hoon too. especially spicy type !

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  5. I like the crabs more! hehehe!

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  6. Gosh i feel so hungry looking at your food photos, especially the crabs :)

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    1. I was hungry too looking back at the photos. hahaha....

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  7. My tummy is drumming now, by just looking at the mee siam and crabs

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    1. mum went back to Johor already. I started to crave for that mee siam again !

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  8. What a coincidence! My post today on mee siam too...but I think mine's different - nyonya style with tau cheo gravy. But your mum's looks good too - can't go wrong with squids and prawns. Sure nice one! Slurpssss!!!!!

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    1. Aiyo....buy lottery also never strike ! haha.... I have always thought mee siam is from the malay influenced. And my mum's mee siam is with tau cheo gravy too. It is a must !

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  9. i love mee siam too .... any kind of fried meehoon ... even just taugeh also enuf for me . i remember when i pregnant my 1st . i eat fried meehoon for morning, afternoon and night for almost 2 months ..... hahaha .

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    1. wah.....pregnant craving ! hahaha......

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  10. Wow...your mum's mee siam really make me salivate. I thought got recipe tim..hehe. :P And the crabs..yums. Mum's cooking is the best.

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    1. i should get a recipe from her. Will post up once I've got it. haha...

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  11. The mee siam looks really delicious! *drools* Mom's cooking is the best!

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    1. yes...anything cooked by mum is the best !

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  12. Wow! Mee siam, crabs and coffee!! All also my favorites!!! : )

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  13. Long time din eat mee siam and crabs edi. Cham... mee siam dunno whr to find good ones. Luckily here can find big crabs. But I miss Seremban's grilled marmite crab. How leh?

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    1. I love seremban marmite crab too.....delicious.. but dad prefer his plain. He don't really like the marmite taste. Each of us have different preference.

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    1. Enjoy your confinement and soon u can eat as much as u like ! haha

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  15. Sedaaaaap! Beehoon is my favourite and I love it in just about any cooking style. I also cooked a big pot for my family over the weekend but minus the crab la. I'm drooling at the crabs too!

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  16. the mee siam looks yummy ler... especially since it's spicy type...

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    1. Agree....i love spicy fried noodles especially from the malay stall. Sedapnya !

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  17. Looking at the mee siam...make me feel hungry now.

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    1. haha.....me too.....craving for my mum's cooking again.

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  18. so nice...we all love mee hoon too! Any recipe to share?

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  19. the mee siam lks great! and served tgt with crab woah that must be one reallyyy yummy dinner :) i wished my mom wasn't that afraid of killing crabs haha

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  20. HI

    I LOVE YOUR MEE SIAM, CUD YOU POST THE RECIPE PLS. I WANT TO MAKE FOR 80 PEOPLE
    THANKS
    LATA
    gawriganesh@yahoo.com.sg

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