Saturday, September 24, 2011

Restaurant Sri Paandi (Section 11, Petaling Jaya)

Our familiar ground. Maybe not like always, but whenever the thought of Restaurant Sri Paandi pops up. Especially for a banana leaf meal and also due to the convenience of location from where we stay. What can you expect in Restoran Sri Paandi? Like I have already told you, banana leaf meal and other choices can be roti canai, chappati, tosai, idli and snacks for tea time. Worthy mentioning is their service and you can pop by from morning till their shutters come down late at night.  

Monday, September 19, 2011

Kerala Fish Fry

Kerala Fish Fry. What a fish wonder (Tuna Cutlets, Hong Kong Steam Fish & Stingray Spicy Sauce) and if we are talking about frying this Kerala fish fry, so easy. Really.  I mean what are ready made spices for? Ready made spice powders you can easily buy and? Let's get frying. I say none further. Fish marinated alongside coriander powder, fennel powder, cumin powder, fish curry powder, lime juice and curry leaves, and fried till  crispy on the outside and juicy inside. Of course, Kerala Fish Fry, like I have already told is the Kerala fish wonder. Simple irresistibly when paired with rice and other side dishes (Chilli Soy Fish, Fried Kembung Assam Sauce, Assam Curry Fish & Malaysian Indian Fish Curry). Of course, Kerala style meaningfully.  

Wednesday, September 14, 2011

Anchovies (Ikan Bilis) Fried Mee Hoon

Noodles! A pleasure for anytime of the day (Mee Siam, Malaysian Fried Mee & Hokkien Mee). Breakfast, brunch, lunch, teatime, dinner and supper of course. If you are asking me, I am not an avid fan of dry style noodles though. I actually prefer wet and soupy noodles (Mee Rojak VegetarianCurry Mee Vegetarian, Mee Rebus, Lamb Pho, Penang Assam Laksa & Bee Hoon Soup). Then again, don't we women always put the food interest of our family first and foremost (Tom Yam Fried Mee Hoon)? What do you think? Whether you are agreeing or not, I am still going ahead by sharing this Anchovies Fried Mee Hoon. Mee hoon, ikan bilis/anchovies, cabbage, eggs, spring onion and garlic. Our meal is ready now. Time now for yummy tummy noodles.

Friday, September 9, 2011

Hong Kong Style Steamed Cod Fish

We did speak about steaming previously? Yes, we did (Steamed White Pompret). So, what else potentially should I say? I guess pretty much nothing much. Shall we then get down to the matter of this Hong Kong Style Steamed Cod Fish (Tuna Cutlets)? Fish is, of course  healthy and steaming is another extra doze of healthiness. This Hong Kong Style Steamed Fish is down to its basic (Fish Sambar, Grilled Fish, Assam Fish Curry & Chilli Soy Fish). Minimal ingredients yet will trend delightfully into your mouth. Oh, forget not, can you get ready a plate of rice?   

Thursday, September 8, 2011

Tuna Cutlets

Tuna Cutlets and these are the fried ones? Doesn't it sound cracking crunchy and munchy? Alright, alright. I hear you. Fried food is not the best food (Malaysian Fried Mee & Valakkai Chips), I know. Then again, like I always tell you, nothing will hurt our healthiness, shape and size if its a once a while food tucking? Of course not. Believe me. After all, we can't be over health conscious right? No, we shouldn't because even those who watch their diet like a hawk (Fried Kembung Assam Sauce), sometimes kick the bucket earlier than all of us? So, instead of further debating on frying (Chinese Prawn Fritters, Fried Shrimp Wantons, Fried Lotus Root & Fried Crab Sticks), lets just right now get down to making these fried tuna cutlets. Canned tuna, potato, spices, curry leaves and the rest of the ingredients listed below all tossed, turned, stirred and shaped up shapely or unshapely, prior to into oil frying. 

Saturday, September 3, 2011

DIY Your Own Scallop Shorts

Remember we told you about the Scalloped Shorts Trend? Now this pair of Denim Scallop Shorts costs about $80 from We found this tutorial from pagesixsixsix who shows you how you can DIY a pair by using any pair of old jeans!

Friday, September 2, 2011

Pineapple Salted Fish Curry

Salted Fish? Oh yes please. Do not doubt our humble dried under our blistering hot sun salted fish. My all time favourite. I just so am into the love of salted fish (Pumpkin Salted Fish Curry & Salted Egg Chicken). And salted fish, of course, can be simply fried and eaten alongside rice as a condiment. Heaven calling for me especially, but there is such a thing as salted fish into other dishes. Salted in curry, can you imagine the burst of saltiness and spiciness and tanginess? Mouth watering right? Indeed. This Pineapple Salted Fish curry, trust me is triple doze of the same tastes (Salted Fish Mango Sambal, Pada Salt Fish Pickle & Salted Fish Pickle). A revelation of packing your mouth completely Malaysian pow-wow tastiness.    

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