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Your blog looks great. I added you, add me if you do not mind. =)
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Hey hon, i added ya toO!
The food looks very very good. Maybe I wil try the cake too. I have linked your other recipe in my blog if you don’t mind.
Keep blogging about the food. I L O V E the pictures!!!
Thanks for adding me, and hope you like the cupcakes! I added ya too 🙂
Miam miam you make me greedy!!
I like your website!
I hope to see the ”délice Malaysian” in Paris soon, and
if you want to see the new look of the streets of Paris.
designer are Parisian women themselves…..
that is here
(sorry for my english I am french in Paris but it is good pix’)
Salut! Ca va?
Ahh you are lucky you are in Paris. My friend is getting married in paris this week, they are French too 🙂
Hi beverly, I noticed that you dont blog anymore, or are your entries now locked? I miss reading your blog! ♥
Hi hon, yeah they’re all Friends only now! Just log onto your LJ account and add me, and I’ll get the notification and add you back 🙂
i love fried rice! it’s my fave thing to make for my family in the mornings with left over rice…=) looks yummy beverly! sorry i forgot to add it’s me cassie!
Hehe HI Cassie! Yeah I like how easy fried rice is to make… for lazy ol me anyway 😛
aww bev, that fried rice looks yumy…that is my fave thing to make with leftover rice for my family in the mornings!! =)
I went to Malacca recently and bought that very same coffee. I LOVE IT.
I wish it was easier to get my hands on here! My mum tried to send me some from Singapore but it got confiscated by Australian customs..grrrrrr
Thanks for the recipe, will definitely try it when we get home from vacation.
HOpe you like it hon!
I haven’t gotten a chance to comment on your ginormous Malaysian Festival post yet, because I had so much to say! BECAUSE I just came back from a vacation to Malaysia not too long ago, and man I totally miss the food. That’s all I did there. Eat, eat, eat. Apparently my aunt (who lives in Sydney) used to have a booth at a Malaysian event… I’m guessing it was this festival… and she made her Nasi Lemak. Wouldn’t it have been funny to see her picture on your site? Anyways, very adventurous of you to make the Kuih Bahulu, looks delicious!
Ooooo your’e so lucky! I cant’ WAIT for Dec when I’m back in Singapore, hehe.
Ohhh do you know what the name of her stall would be? Does she have a restaurant in Syd as well? I am SO keen to find another SG/Malaysian place.. hehe
WOW!!! :D.. your “kuah bahlu” does looks good!
Hehe thanks hon, I was quite proud of it! It did taste really authentic, apart from the weird shape 😛
I don’t think I’d consider all that regular western coffee, however I am not a coffee drinker so I don’t know! 🙂 I just know my family drinks pots of coffee, and with not much else with it *eeeeeew*
Kuih Bahulu looks so yummy!
Is bicarbonate of soda what you could call..baking soda? (I have baking soda and baking powder.. never heard it called the other) So in case I try the recipe I don’t destroy the neighborhood with the wrong ingredient lol
those 2 ‘soda’ products are tech different but you can use baking powder too I reckon 🙂
No no, here baking powder and baking soda are two different products 🙂
Your Kuih Bahulu really look like cupcakes! So cute =)
Hehe I wish I had the proper moulds, it was a bit weird looking at cupcake kuih bahuhlus 😉
what sauce did you use for the fried rice=)
It’s a mix of dark and regular soy, fish sauce, tomato sauce and garlic chilli!
Wow, for some reason, I always thought it was incredibly difficult to make based on how yummy it tastes. I love it when it’s fresh out of the oven.
Same here! Was quite surprised it was so straightforward… something nice to whip up if the sugar cravings strike 😉
But a strawberry inside?
I meant put a StrawBerry Inside! (Sounds like Intel Inside marketing campaign).
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I miss spam but it’s so expensive over here! More than RM10 per can!
My maternal grandma used to make kuih bahulu every CNY and I agree, they do taste really good with coffee. We love Aik Cheong instant white coffee too. It’s too potent for me though as I get heart palpitations after drinking it so I seldom drink it.
I think it’s around AU$3 for one here? It does go a long way though, fortunately. I love it sliced and panfried with tomato sauce and rice… mmmmm!
Ohh with the instant coffee I only use half a sachet each time – the whole one is just a bit too strong!
i agree. 🙂 i love asian coffee more than american coffee! 🙂 soooooooo good in the morning! yum!
I like how it’s not as milky… the regular milky coffees just make me more thirsty!
They look really, really good!
Hee, I had Spam in my soup for lunch today!
Spam in soup? That’s new to me, lol! Spam makes anything taste better though 😉