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Saturday, 3 November 2012

Home Made Pan Mee

 
The other day I finished school early and Mamarazzi lazy to cook so she just made Pan Mee for me.

 I wallopped finished the whole bowl of Pan Mee.

 Yum Yum. 


 Especially when add with these crunchy Ikan Bilis. But what I like the most is the "excess" flour. Can make into playdoh.



49 comments:

  1. fuyoh, today's post so updated one?? you just cooked this yesterday and it appears here already!! thought you have lots of stale posts waiting to be posted?? haha~~~

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    1. i love pan mee lah, especially this hand-torn type, not really like the noodles type sold outside lor.. and yeah, i think pan mee is quite easy to cook right?? my dad does that quite often during weekends..

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    2. haiyoh, you busy or lazy ah?? how come so short and so little words one?? my comments alone also more words than your post already lah.. haha!!

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    3. you forgotten to write you just simply hantam some vege because you cannot find the what cangkung manis?? eih, i prefer more soup one lah, nicer to eat like that..

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    4. hahaha....what updated...yesterday is the second round jor...this one is first round :p

      Yes, very easy to cook. . Busy la....these two weekes no time to schdle post also

      This one is cakur manis...the one yesterday was Gao Gei vege :p

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  2. Not a fan of pan mee... Wah!!! Can make your own? Next thing I know, you're be making kampua too...

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    1. Kampua ah....hmmm that is an idea...maybe will google how to make

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  3. I really wish I could be there in person to try some of these dishes! They're always so intriguing!

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  4. I have never heard of this or seen this food before..it looks delicious! I would love to taste it!!

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    1. Ann

      Simple meal. Something like noodle

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  5. Wow big appetite walloped the whole bowl of pan mee must be yummy

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  6. Wah! Aunty Yvonne also like homecooked pan mee!

    But I'm not as good as mamarazzi, can make herself. I only eat what my mom makes, hehehehe!

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    1. I don't really like pan mee sold in the outside, but when I have that craving, simple hantam a stall and curb it. Then I would complain the soup not nice, the noodle not chewy and blah, blah, blah....

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    2. Now you made me craving for pan mee, bad kitty..... T.T

      Will go home and ask mom to cook for me, wuuu...

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    3. Easy to make la. Just eggs and fliur only

      make la at home....can put a lot of vege

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  7. Wah...see already I also want to makan pan mee....

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  8. Meow... I've been hankering to eat Pan Mee for some time dy... lost my usual halal pan mee place. Dunno where to eat good pan mee already. huhuhu


    Cook them? Malas! wakaka

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    1. make la...easy to make at home hehehe

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  9. i love the excess flour to make the broth thicker :P

    Latest: Menu of the Day: PEBBLES

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  10. Ikan Bilis was called dilis here in the philippines though i dont really like it,
    it taste pretty good

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    1. same lah...your side use :d: we used "b". if fried till crunchy will be nice

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  11. i remember this snack made of Ikan Bilis that i used to buy in to our school canteen i don't know how they maed it it has sweet and spicy taste

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  12. i think it would be fun to eat using chopsticks hahaha i would love to try that one of this days

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  13. have a great day and happy bloging to you my friend god bless you and your wonderful family always

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  14. I like this! Lots of ikan bilis for me pls! Enjoy your weekend, dear!

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    1. Ya more ikan bilis the nicer, right?

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  15. oh, homemade pan mee, i love that also..have u tried making pumpkin panmee? just blend the pumpkin with some water then add into the flour and knead...sedap & wangi tau..i tried that before..but if u scared stomach upset, u can steamed the pumpkin first, then baru blend. but me too lazy, i skip this..but it turn out fine for me..

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  16. I would love it but too bad, I don't do home-cooked pan mee..

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  17. actually this is not called as pan mee, but Klang people call as Mee Hoon Ker..my favourite and there is a shop call "Tua Piu" shop, their mee hoon ker very nice wor.

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  18. Mamarazzi's pan mee looks pro la! Meow, you should share the step by step here.

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    1. Huh...step by step ah....cham lor....mamarazzi recipe is all agak agak type. Sure kena KNS later

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