He is adorable! Is tapioca noodles 'loh si fun'?
Emily, no, it is "Cer Hoon Kern", mix tapioca flour (tepung ubi kayu) and hot water to become dough and cut into rectangular shape. Boil in hot water before stir fry hokkien style. A very delicious dish.
Hey ,willing to take photos with a camera this time ? Luckily you did that ,it makes your son looks more handsome , adorable and 靓仔！ The dish also looks delicios !But I never try that before .
Bakeling,靓仔 ler, he has the same birthday with another 靓仔 Singer Li Hon.Ya, my husband taught me on how to use camera to take nice photos. Next time, you will see only nice photos, hehehe. But this time I dont know how to print my blog name on the photo, do you know how?This dish only Hokkien people know how to cook, quite tedious to prepare the noodle, you can buy it from wet market, but it will not taste so good.
I am so glad that at last , you use a digital camera to take photos ! The result is much better than taken by hp! I don't know how to print the name on my picture. Actually want to ask you again , I malu to do that! One of the blogger :www.rasamalaysia.com ,her photos were stolen by one of the chef ! Pls go visit her website. There were 76 comments she received until last night ! You can enter her website from my home " Food ,Cooking and Baking " List there or you can key in direct at Google !
Forget to tell you that you already have such a good camera and yet you did't use it for a long time ,what a waste ! Luckily it is not too late. Your post today 令人眼前一亮 ！靓晒！
www.rasamalaysia.comlook for this post:Chef Al Rosas of Rosas Farm Steal Bloggers’ Pictures
this is one of my favourite noodle.. usually i put in with a lot of chili padi!!
Bakeling, I will visit Rasamalaysia blog later.Jackson, sometime I will put in " La la" too, very nice.
Waw,that's a handsome model here^^
Adorable kid you have! He sure knows how to post for the camera. Your husband taught you well, these shots came out great! I agree with Bakeling, these shots are much better than the one taken with your phone. The noodle looks very appetizing!
I come back again because there is a 靓仔 here ! Ha ha ha !Oh ,just like to know what camere and model you are using ? Don't know ? Ask your husband .
hi emile.. claire here.. good to come by here to yr bloggie.. now i know loe si fun tapioca noodles.. haha.. good info. i love your blog.. i will link u up.. have a nice day!
Happyland children art, Thank you.Colin, what you said is true, but is just that sometime use mobile phone is faster than look for the camera, hahaha.Bakeling, my old camera is Canon Powershot A95. My this camera became very famous after I took photos for the Tulip.Reanaclaire, Thanks for dropping by. Do come more often. Thanks.
Your son is so cute. Hey by the way how to make the tapioca noodle. Is it called 'chee hun kun' ah? Over at my place there is a tai chow who sell this but now the tai chow shop chap lup liao. Kind of miss this noodle but my ang and my kids dont like it.
Suesue, it is very easy, just mix hot water and tapioca flour (tepung ubi kayu) till a dough, then cut to rectangular size. Once done,boil the noodle in hot water, when you see the color change and it float, that means the noodle is done. Transfer to cold water and keep till you start to cook it.I just cook like normal Hokkien style fried noodle.
Hi SoniaYour son very handsome :p
I want to let you know how grateful I am to have found this tapioca noodle recipe of yours. For health reasons I recently converted my diet & lifestyle to the Primal Blueprint which means I shouldn't consume wheat or rice-based products as well. Being Chinese and having had a lifelong love-affair with my rice and noodles, this has been difficult. But as tapioca flour is a neutral ingredient in the Primal Blueprint diet, I had been searching for ways to make some sort of noodle with it. And yours is by far the most achievable and most delicious-looking dish. So, thank you so much for posting this :)
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