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2006.01.12

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Kalyn

I loved reading this. Your descriptions and photos are very enticing.

Fulltime Mom

Lontong is a very common dish in Malay stalls in the morning, many of which comes in their own version of garnishing which the same thin soupy "lodeh". I think the thin stands of noodles in it is not mee xin but "sook hoon" which is also known as glass noodles, of the thai salad fame.

slau

The pancakes you had are known as kuih ketayap or kuih dadar. Dodol is a glutinous rice flour, santan, brown sugar concoction.
http://www.kuali.com/recipes/viewrecipe.asp?r=177

Mama BoK

Lontong is a very common dish in Singapore.. :) and the one you had.. .looks yummy..!! boy do i envy you ..!

stef

the kuih ketayap look so yummy. lucky you.

quentina

oh, that picture and description of those kuihs!! how i miss those. they are some of my favourites!

Aggie

Yummy! BTW, my bf would argue that lontong comes from Indonesia =)

Christy

Who got the recipes? Can anyone pass it to me?

Armanshah Omar

Assalamualaikum Tuan/Puan,Saya sangat suka dan berminat dengan TAPAI PULUT,Boleh tak kirimkan resepi dan cara membuat/memproses Tapai Pulut kepada saya atau berapa perlu saya bayar untuk resipe tersebut.Salam hormat saya Armanshah Omar dari Brunei Darussalam, HP: +673 8803313

elyndaizan

wow your kuih ketayap look so nice ..ermm

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