There are some things in life that are so simple and yet so good. Things like ban jian kueh (慢煎粿 – lit slow fried cake) for example. Mix flour, eggs and milk into a batter, slowly pan fry it till it turns golden brown and serve it with crushed peanuts and sugar. Crispy on the outside, chewy in the middle, the combination of the warm chewy carbs with the savoury sweet ground peanuts is a good as it gets!
Lee Kee Goreng Pisang: Save up your Calories! Bedok Interchange Food Centre Part 7 of 7
With smart, holydrummer and iwatch_ueat I don’t usually eat Goreng Pisang because I try to avoid deep fried, carbo rich food whenever I can. (The worse is the fried Mars Bar which I heard can now be found in Singapore!) However, when I find one as good as this one, I will make an exception! […]
Hum Jin Pang: Ikea style Food: Do it yourself and pay less! Maxwell Food Centre Part 8 of 8
With smart, SurprisePocket, jezzz and iwatch_ueat We almost gave this one a miss. At 7 Hum Chim Pangs for a dollar, I assumed that the people who are lining up were just all very Gian Chia (Love a good deal). The HCPs all looked so small, oily and black that it hardly looked appetizing. The […]
Pancake: Pandan Flavoured Mee Chian Kuay: Maxwell Food Centre Part 6 of 8
With smart, SurprisePocket, jezzz and iwatch_ueat If you like Mee Chian Kuay, you should give this one a try. This Mee Chian Kuey is different because of the pandan flavouring they used. The skin is soft but at the same time chewy and fragrant. The peanut is good, though I always liked my peanut more […]
The last time I had Fuzhou Oyster Cake (Its proper name) must have been 20 years ago in Clementi when I still did not have to worry about my cholesterol levels. I remembered savouring every bit of the two UFOs which was all that I could afford at the time. (My parents gave me limited pocket money, which was good as I would be very much fatter if I had more money). But I can still remember how I would crave for it after Junior College.