Sunday, November 30, 2008

A bowl of Curry Mee



Curry Mee is the hawker food that are unique to Malaysia, it is made up of thin yellow noodles and thin mee-hoon(rice vermicelli) with spicy curry soup, mixture of old coconut milk (squished out from old coconut flesh), and a choice of dried tofu, prawns, cuttlefish, oyster edible pig's blood, chili sambal (extra hot spice) and mint leaves.

Some of the Curry Mee stall will encourage you to add curry chicken, not all hawker stall have that preference.

3 comments:

haan said...
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haan said...

i love the curry noodles in Penang that come with mint leaves~~ tastes so nice!! eating the leaves alone (with the soup) is more than enough for me :)

the "pig blood" is also not bad (at least special).. but not so good to eat too much..

u got a typo - curry SOAP???

surface said...

Ya, you are right, curry soup. If curry soap, no one dares to eat :P

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