Tuesday, January 17, 2017

Reanaclaire Cooks Tomyam Spaghetti And Fried Meehoon

REANACLAIRE KITCHEN'S in Johor is opened during the weekdays, but all in all, I think I cook only three times! Other days were spent eating outside, oh dear...  I can still remember very clearly my three meals, specially requested by my princess who does not like to take rice, so this time round, all I did was fried meehoon, Tomyam spaghetti and one time I boiled peanut porridge... The next round when I go, I must do more home cooking, really... eating outside is not really healthy but then... who does not?:)
It has been a doubly long time since I fried meehoon... 
so much so that I do not know how to do it well already....
I used hot water to soften the meehoon and when I fried them, they turned to bits...
I prefer to eat them in long strands.... 
Ended up covering the unimpressive noodles with eggs... 
Taste wise, not bad.. for I added in lots of ingredients... 
For desserts to go with the meehoon, I boiled three types beans.... 
Red, green and black eye beans.... 
On another day, I cooked Tom Yam spaghetti cooked with the sauce and lemongrass... 
Added in a packet of assorted seafood bought from Jaya Jusco called Atlantis... 
Plus cherry tomatoes and some spaghetti sauce to enhance the taste...
Blanched a plate of broccoli to go with the noodles....
And my girl fried four eggs to go with the meal.... 
For sweeties, I boiled some Japanese sweet potatoes with ginger and brown sugar... 
And after that, more workout at the gym... 
*for show only* 
LOL... 

20 comments:

  1. You are so smart to cook Tom Yam spaghetti by adding cherry tomatoes & spaghetti sauce to enhance its taste. Now I learn something new.

    When will REANACLAIRE KITCHEN'S open in Kuala Lumpur?

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    1. It will Never be opened.. only in blogging.. hahahaa..

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  2. You are always such a good cook, Claire! Did you learn from your mom? Your children beg for your meals! Nothing like good home cooking.

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    1. I regret not learning from my mom... that is why I couldn't cook well... hahaa..

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  3. Wahaha! So no real workout in gym?? Just for show only?? ^^

    I love mee hoon but I dont cook at home like you, I have not master the proper way of cooking them. I dont like those short or mushy strands. Prefer long and slightly tough strands. So that is why I mostly order mee hoon outside. ^^

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    1. Yes, me too.. next time I better not buy those siam type ones..

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  4. I like all the food you cooked. The tom yam spaghetti looks particularly attractive.

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  5. Looks great, Claire. Yes, home cooked food is always good for health.

    I liked the last one "more workout at the gym, to show only". It always happens :)

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  6. Wahhhhhh!!!! Masterchef in the making!

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  7. i like to eat soft soft mee hoon with short short strands so your mee hoon is perfect for me. so tasty!

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    1. Oh, I prefer the long strands... but this time ended up so short...

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  8. Aiyo, very very hungry now la!! The red bean soup is my favorite, my MIL used to cook similar tong sui, beans are very good for us! =)

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    1. Yeah, I also like the mixed beans... next time I must do this again...

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