Wednesday, June 1, 2011
A FOODIE'S TAKE ON...terlupa Loh Mee!
this so-called "foodie"
has a memory of an ant....
i forgot to feature
this article in my blog.
so, here it is.
this is Loh Mee;
or Loh Noodle;
whichever is appropriate...
Loh Mee is a Chinese style noodle recipe
with thick savoury gravy,
served with bits of chicken, beef, prawns and fried tofu.
garnished with beansprouts, spring onions,
hard-boiled eggs and dried mushroom.
along side of it,
sambal belacan and
a squeeze of calamansi
can be added to give the Loh Mee
a bit of a kick!
best for brunch or supper.
it is quite filling,
considering the thickness of the gravy
and the softness of the egg noodle.
i had this Loh Mee in a Chinese restaurant,
but...the cooks were all Muslims,
and, from what i observed,
there was a plaque on the wall
which certifies that the restaurant only serves HALAL food.
plus, i saw some Pak Haji and Mak Haji
enjoying their food as well.
this is one tactic how the taukehneo (restaurant owner)
attracts more diners to her restaurant.
hmm... i wonder, which is better?
Kolo Mee ( both of which were previously featured);
or this...Loh Mee?
i guess i would have to taste them again,
so that i could take my pick!