Since this is the first time, after so many years, that I went buying breakfast for the family, this stall caught my attention. Well, it's a normal economy bee hoon and noodles stall. But guys and gals, I would like to bring your attention to this Hakka dish called "Suan pan zi" which means "The Sempoa seed". This is a must have dish during chinese new year which signifies every year you have money to count. Never tried this dish before. So I just bought it and try. Love it when I first trying it. Very delicious indeed. And it's very cheap. Cost only RM1.20 per pack!!!!
My next all time favourite is the FRIED CARROT CAKE ^_^!!!!!! Cant resist one when I see them. It's not hard to make the carrot cake. But to make into a tasty one is not easy at all. The cake has to be soft and smooth! Cant fried it for too long or else it doesnt taste very good. I like the white type compared to the black type (where you added dark soy sauce). Black one is too sweet for me. I love it when it is fried with a lot of chillies and spring onions. Cant resist the smell... oh..... drooling. Cant find this kind of taste in Singapore also. The fried carrot cake taste the same everywhere. However, in Malaysia, it will taste different from one town to another. Hehehehhehe... that's the uniqueness of the fried carrot cake in Malaysia. Another good one is in Muar. It's my all time favourite as well!!! Must eat when I go back to Muar too Hehehehehhehe... I am soooooo HUNGRY NOW!!! Sheesh!!
Others that you have are the Chee Cheong Fun. Not the Cantonese type but the KL type where it's all dried and you can add in fish cakes or yam cakes (Oooops accidentally deleted the pics while editing- sorry to lazy to post them here). Eat them with sweet sauce and chillies. Since this is originated from KL, of course, KL taste better and have more varieties. The cheong fun taste better in KL also. Next is the, "you char kwai" with soya milk. Yay!! I like this too. But due to its unhealthiness, decided not to buy it. Too oily though. It goes well with the cantonese type of porridge too...... ahh... miss my all time favourite porridge in BP!!! Cant forget the taste and it's lingering in my mouth....more drooling .... sigh...... hungry T~T
Last but not least is bao and dim sum the most popular breakfast in Chinese culture......