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Friday, September 26, 2008

Seafood Spaghetti

My Bro in Law recently cooked a light seafood stock based Spaghetti that was really delicious...the spaghetti was perfectly al-dente and greedy me had 3 helpings...

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Monday, September 1, 2008

Canton-i at Centerpoint, Bandar Utama

I believe that this outlet is one of the better tasting branches of the Canton-i & Dragon-i empire in Malaysia.

We had an appetizer of Pork Shank with jellyfish and this is a cold dish. The pork shank was only so-so but the cold crunchy refreshing jellyfish strands made up for it.

Next, we had a hot appetizer...Beijing Dumplings...they were just served in a plain white bowl and Hunny and I thought they were just plain meat dumplings until we bit into it and were rewarded with a mouthful of superior broth! The skin of these dumplings are thicker than the normal xiao loong baos but I prefer these dumplings to the latter.
They also taste good with black vinegar and ginger strips...

Have you tasted duck that taste like bacon?? I haven't until I ate Smoked Duck Breast Meat Slices in Canton-i. They tasted superbly divine! I was expecting the usual gamey n slightly tough duck taste and meat but to my absolute was tender and had a nice bacon-ny taste! The la-mian (hand pulled noodles) was also yummy...I thought it was probably gone through a noodle machine as athe strands were really standard in length and size but a closer look revealed that it was professionally hand pulled as there were a little unevenness of size. The noodles were well cooked al-dente. I really enjoyed this dish..

Truly a satisfying meal at Canton-i at Centrepoint Bandar Utama.

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Chicken Satay at O & S Kopitiam Paramount Garden, Petaling Jaya

Satay is the ultimate yummiest grilled marinated meat on skewers in Malaysia and Indonesia!
Check this out!!! Yummy!! Slightly sweet, really tender, very little fats, nicely grilled without too much burnt bits...and only RM0.50 per stick!!!

The satay are usually accompanied with onion and cucumbers to balance up the meatiness with some vegetables and all these can be dipped in roasted crushed peanut sauce with chillies and spices.

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