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2013-03-15 15 views
I was at Pho Stop for a DIY summer roll making session.Definitely my first time "hands-on" & I was surprised that it tasted good with their special dip sauce!This fish cakes has turmeric powder in them and it really taste very fragrant & salty (the kind of salty that I like). Initially I thought it was curry powder and I am very very taken aback by this dish. I never know fish cakes can taste even more awesome than they already are!MUST TRY! Eat them when they are piping hot!Fried to a nice cris
MUST TRY! Eat them when they are piping hot! Fried to a nice crispy texture but it isn’t too oily. I supposed the meat (or whatever content) inside has been marinated well before, hence the taste is released when you bite down into it. Dip it in their sauce and it is another kind of taste! Even though I am not a fried spring roll person, I like this dish.
A healthy dish! I am already quite pleased with the amount of greens I see. The portion of grilled pork chop is also worthy for a meaty-diet person to try!
A sauce in a small bowl is set aside for you to add in according to your preference. I added all of it after tasting a mouthful of the noodles mixed with half of the portion of sauce.
Thick mee hoon (or bee hoon) is used for this dish. You can find thin shreds of cucumber and carrots inside. It somehow resembles achar and even though this is a main dish, it has the effects of a refreshing appetizer too!
And of course, the taste has a blissful combination with the pork chop. I love it! The coffee aroma is strong and each mouthful of the ice cream perks me up just like my daily coffee dose!
I tried the other flavors & I still like the coffee one. A traditional dripped coffee is the way to end a wonderful meal. I must remember to ask for much lesser condense milk the next time! I love my coffee a little bitter.
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