My all-time food court favorite. :)
I was introduced to this hot pan noodles when I was in high school, ate it for the first time at Jaya Jusco's food court in Melaka, and immediately fell in love with it. But since I was schooling away from home, I could only indulged it once in a blue moon. Too bad, if only I knew how to cook this hottie earlier. (If only my mom knows how to cook this too...;p)
A few years later, I had a chance to devour it again at Jaya Jusco's food court, but this time in Kinta city, Ipoh. The sizzling noodles, plus the claypot chicken rice, plus everything were so good and super delicious! After five years+ in Ipoh, I'm proud to say that I had the greatest food escapades evah. (Ipoh is well known as a food heaven, a must visit place for a foodie. Oooh I miss Ipoh. I wish I have a Doraemon's Anywhere Door with me now...
When I started my first job in KL, my first few weeks
behind the desk alone in a small rented room were spent on an Internet recipes hunt (The company was still new at that time, and everyone was free to do anything except reading a newspaper LOL). I was a new exec, and eating out on regular basis probably isn't a good idea. It's bad for my purse, my inner foodie spirit and waistline. I was eating the same tapau for lunch and dinner everyday, for god sake (KLCC Cold storage's nasi lemak, mihun everyday?) Nevertheless, the whole thing brought me to Myresipi.com. :) I have learnt the recipe from there, and lots of other recipes as well. CC: Kak Yani of Deco Choco! Thank you kak.. (but the terrible lunching sagas were continued until I was posted to Borneo.. phew~) Now, I can cook my favorite sizzling noodles with both eyes closed, anytime, anywhere! ;D
For those who wants to try this recipe, here's the link. Thanks LilydValley for sharing this recipe.
"One of the very nicest things about life is the way we must regularly stop whatever it is we are doing and devote our attention to eating."-Luciano Pavarotti