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Friday, 8 October 2010

My "Big" 38 Breakfast

The next morning after returning from Tanjung 38, Mamarazzi heat up the Pau and the fishballs as breakfast.


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The "heroine" ....jeng jeng jeng.. Mui Choy Pau! First time having Mui Choy Pau. Mamarazzi love the fluffy skin but Papa said the skin too fluffy. But both agree the inti was very good.



Next comes the Tau Sar Pau and the Sang Yuk Pau. Auntie Woo..I bet you will love these.

The Tau Sar Pau have a lot of Tau Sar and yet it was not overtly sweet.

The Sang Yuk Pau was a bit expensive at RM2 per bun but a surprise awaits. In it there was egg! First time saw Sang Yuk Pau with egg. No wonder Papa walloped all.


Then Papa said still hungry wor after makan-ed 5 biji of Pau. Hence Mamarazzi heat up the fishballs.

RM5 for 20 biji of fishball. Not bad ah? If eat in Dimsum Shop 2 or 3 biji already cost RM2.80 to RM3 a dish.


After makan-ed Pau from Tanjung 38, I become 38 a bit. Makan-ed the fishball like a kitty cat pulak.


Makan-ed too full. Pengsan-ed till cannot move.

40 comments:

  1. haha, cute..I would love the pau too.

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  2. Kathy sure go and borong banyak banyak one.. looks good the sang yuk pau..

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  3. Wah, can eat 5 paus at one sitting! Fish balls summore....very 'keng' leh!

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  4. Hahahah! Small kucing sooooo cute. I like the last pic. Eat till he "peng", too full from food and cannot move anymore

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  5. mui choy pau is so special le.... never eat before. Wah...i love fishball. Can cook noodles already. hehe

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  6. hahaha, eat so many pau and fishball, stomach sure will bloat lah.. :D

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  7. Wenn

    syok syok eat the pau and fishball

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  8. Pete

    Memang "keng" leh. That's why have to borong pau instead of buy :P

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  9. Claire

    Hehehehe...ya lor borong a lot and the sang yuk nice. Got egg punya

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  10. mNhL

    Never saw Mui Choy Pau in KL before too

    The fishball no need to cook noodle also can. Can eat just like that. Very nice

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  11. I love the san yuk pao...RM2, so cheap! Here, RM2.50...but big one - they call ta pao!!!

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  12. Lol...look at the last picture...

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  13. All those baos look yummy wor~~

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  14. waaaahhh....looks yummy indeed. And so cheap hoh!

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  15. I love the first photos with the cute cartoon on the pau. Your son really is a good actor got how many time NG for pengsan action?

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  16. Yea..ler.The pau is very yummy.First time tasted mui choy pau.

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  17. Wow, papa walloped 5 paus still not enough ka? *pengsan like smallkucing in the last pic* hehe!

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  18. Both the pau and fishball looks yummy....Oh...I like to eat fishball,but not my son Ryan, he dislike fishball. Weird right...as normally kid love to eat fishball.

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  19. Hahahaha.... auntie still have 2 frozen pau inside the fridge... that day ur mamarazzi kasi auntie not yet finish eat. Saving for those midnight snacks. But the fishball all gone jor. LOLOL The fishball sedap!!!

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  20. I don't fancy fish ball. But from the pic the fish ball looks good wor. Wah after eating pau still got room for fishball? Small kucing is like goldfish is it? Keep on eating despite stomach is full? LOL! My son also like that. Eat until tummy big big. :P

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  21. STP

    the Sang Yuk Pau is smaller than the Dai Pau. KL Dai Pau now priced between RM3 to RM3-50 lo. Tarak cheap

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  22. Ann

    Ya lo the fishball very cheap. Cant get in KL

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  23. Choi Yen

    Yup Mamarazzi love the pastry

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  24. Mommy Ling

    we too 1st time eat Mui Choy Pau.

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  25. Wai Kitt

    Tarak N.G. coz spontanous snap LOL. Ngum ngum he lay down like that

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  26. Mery

    Mamarazzi also does not like fishballs but she walloped so many

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  27. Chloe's Mummy

    Not enough wor...especially the fishballs

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  28. Chee Yee

    Mamarazzi also doesnt like Fishball but she really wallop these. Does not have the funny fishy smell and the weird taste

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  29. Auntie Cleff

    Cis! Mamarazzi kept food in freezer kena scold by u the other day. Say no good. Takut I kena sa-more-dont-know what.Now you pulak put in freezer so long.

    Eh frozen pau is not bak chang you know...kenot use for u-know-wat *evil grinz*

    kakakaka

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  30. Mui Choy Pau? Whoa first time hearing this pau. Thought pau supposed to make you 'pau' aka 'full'? Papa real eater leh..haha. Oh the pau-ed 38 pengsan-ed.

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  31. Bananaz

    First time for us too having this Mui Choy Pau. Have you had Mui Choy fried with Kai Lan before? THey have it there at Baywatch Restaurant. Weird...how come Tanjung Sepat have so many Mui Choy dish

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  32. The mui choy pao u tapao-ed for Mummy Ling right..hehe. Wah..smallkucing can eat so much one. The last pic sleeps like a kucing ler..haha.

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  33. Mummy Gwen

    hehehehe...you so observant ah LOL

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  34. Man... I am craving for fishballs now!!!...

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  35. Leona

    LOL...weekend is here. Can venture to Tj Sepat

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  36. The pau look so yummy!! I heard mui choy pau is their signature pau.

    San yoke pau inside no egg one meh?

    hahha..the last picture, small kucing so cute..too full till "pengsan"

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  37. Annie

    Sang Yuk Pau normally no eggs wor in but Dai Pau have eggs.

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