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“but I have to ask - these noodles look like what we call hokkien noodles - do you know if this is another name for the hakka noodles?”
“Cap off your dining adventure with some satay, hokkien mee (wok-fried prawn noodle) or nasi lemak (coconut rice with side dishes).”
“(I grew up there, havent been back for 3 years now) We are visiting this summer and I was telling my dh, I wanna eat, mee goreng, nasi lemak, mee rebus, chilli crab, hokkien mee and etc etc. he looks at me and says, do you miss the foor or your family ..”
“I still can't forget the first time I met you for dinner and you screamed at the ONE taugeh found in your hokkien mee.”
“I didn't mean crazy in a bad way : Well, I only hung out with Chinese who mostly spoke and wrote mandarin or hokkien and I never heard them use these words.”
“Day 8 saw the attempt of tiramisu from scratch using an authentic recipe, & the 1st attempt cooking hokkien mee.”
“Both were delicious, & I was proud of my hokkien mee attempt, considering I'd made it a more colourful, healthier variation of the typical Singaporean version!”
“Hakka noodles, though look similar, originate from the Hakka region of Malaysia, and are a little thinner and softer than hokkien noodles when cooked...”
“Yes, plse load up on Or-lua, hokkien mee, fish head curry (geylang is still best), char kway teow (hong lim still best), tiong bahru steamboat and laksa.”
“So there I was, buying hokkien mee for dinner at the hawker centre, and I tell the lady that the last few times I asked her not to add sotong, there was sotong in the pack nonetheless?”
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