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Sibu Kampua Noodles At Ipoh Home

MY GIRL'S FRIEND WENT TO SIBU AND CAME BACK... Her friend gave her a packet of Sibu Kampua noodles!  Since my girl is a Big Fan of Kampua and Kolo mee, this packet of noodles makes her happy.  Now the thing is, yours truly will have to cook this every now and then.

Started on the task yesterday, opened ceremony after it has been on the table for a couple of days.  I bought some chicken fillets from the market, minced them up and marinate for a few hours in the fridge.  Oh, forgot to buy greens!!  All I had is cauliflower and a salted egg... er... shouldn't be a problem, a new dish was soon created for our dinner....   LOL...
Inside the big packet, there are five small packets of noodles...
Individually wrapped with seasoning... 
it consists of lard oil, black sauce and a white packet which I believe is MSG or Aji... 
I just put in one packet of lard oil and black sauce for two packet of noodles... 
Minced chicken with garlic and ginger... 
And a new dish.. Cauliflower with Salted Egg...
Both dishes looked yellowish because of my warm light!
Our simple dinner for last night.... 
One big plate of noodles to stuff us full!


  1. This looks so good! We do not have individual packets with sauce and seasoning! I would even eat the noodles with nothing else added!

  2. I dun mind the simplicity as long as it taste good and get make me full!

  3. Never tried this brand, not the famous The Kitchen one. I guess it is nice too. Come, come to Sibu for the real thing! Bring all your friends along!

  4. Looks good with yr add on ingredients. Yummy

  5. cauliflower with salted egg sounds tasty. you are so creative to cook this dish. the big plate of noodles must be so satisfying.

    1. The noodles might look small but big portion after cooking

  6. What a clever idea to fry my favourite cauliflower with salted eggs!

    1. Cos I have one cooked salted egg from previous day.. hahaaa

  7. I see that there is a fan of kamoua mee :) How creative - cauliflower with salted egg!

  8. I still have yet to cook my Sibu kolo mee. But mine's without the flavouring, so I really have to come up wth my sauce from scratch.

  9. Own version of kampua. Not bad. The normal kampua dont have minced meat on them.

  10. Great! You have created 2 new dishes! Next time I self invited to your place. Ha ha!


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