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Last updated on 21 December 2020.
Hari ni merasa mee tarik yang nampaknya baru buka di Taiping.. Cafe yang jual masakan cina muslim ni namanya Mr. Noodle, tempat makan dia berada dalam cafe Legend Inn hotel.
Bila cuba search dalam fb baru tahu Chef Malik yang usahakan cawangan baru mee tarik ni di Taiping, Chef Malik memang ada kedai mee tarik di Manjung sebelum ni.. Beliau habiskan 6 tahun duduk China untuk belajar cara buat mee tarik. Di antara yang paling enak dalam mee tarik ni adalah ia perlu buat dengan handmade tanpa sebarang mesin, skill masak ni memang warga China saja yang pakar dalam tarik2 mee.Read More »
Stumbled upon this restaurant on my news feed. The irony is, we always pass by the restaurant in KL but we never make the effort to visit it. I guess we’re really not that hyped about Chinese Muslim food anymore.
Then again, that didn’t stop us from stalking their Facebook page.
Just look at their fancy shmancy menu! We super love the vibrant colours, overall design and layout. Not to mention, the food photos look highly inviting. Prices are pretty reasonable too.Read More »
Let’s face it. Maintaining the Chinese Muslim food business list is hard! There are always new outlets to add to the list and keeping track is not as easy as we thought. Thankfully, we have family and friends who always share the news to us. Plus there’s Google – forever teasing us with Chinese Muslim food advertisements.
Still in the Chinese New Year mood? So are we! We’ve been reading up some news about the Chinese food industry and decided to dedicate this month’s link roundup entirely on hotpots. Hope you find these links as interesting as we did!
“Sorry for the bad news, but hotpot isn’t healthy for you, according to Mount Alvernia Hospital.
Just three slices of pork belly contain the same number of calories as a curry puff.
Drinking 100ml of any popular hotpot broth immediately causes you to exceed your daily maximum sodium intake.
Eating 10 processed items (fishballs, meatballs, sausages, luncheon meat) has the same effect.
If you can’t make healthy choices, then you should only eat hotpot once or twice a month.”
Hotpots are common in K’s hometown, although they usually have it during the cold weather. The hot soup helps to warm them up, plus it’s nice to gather with the family and eat everything from the same pot. Unlike the items that are commonly served in hotpot restaurants here, their family usually puts in a lot of vegetables in theirs.
If you happen to go to a Chinese Muslim restaurant that offers hotpot as one of their menu items, then you should read this article. Best to limit yourselves to one or two hotpot sessions a month, or pick healthier options, like clear soups and vegetables, if you decide to have it more frequently.
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