Why? There is one around Kuchai area that my son quoted as the best in the early days, tasted so much like commercial and I think that would be the last visit for me though I am no fish lover. Or as a dish for steamboat. This noodle comes with different variations of fish paste, including thin slices of orange-coloured fish paste and white bouncy fish balls. Change ), You are commenting using your Twitter account. There are two outlets in Jalan Klang Lama that offer the tasty blend of fish head with yam and kiamchai that is totally different than those selling in KK. Moreover, this version of dry noodle tasted pretty delicious on its own, even though without a condiment such as the common dark soy sauce that is seen in most dry noodles versions. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. ( Log Out /  I would like to stick to my best fish paste noodle in the Plaza Sri Sinar in Segambut. The paste is also a common topping for noodles in Southern China, especially the Wenzhou region, which pairs slivers of steamed fish paste with pickled mustard greens for a soothing noodle soup dish. You may drain out the fish noodles and mix with Asam Boi Sauce (https://my.thermomixrecipes.com/recipe/40lqq4ui-182be-234760-cfcd2-l88u6zj3) and mix with chopped Red Capsicum and Spring Onions. Fish head is not for me as I am no fish lover. There are some that i visited once and that is my first and the last. There are a few outlets in Damansara Kim that are reasonable good too. I have visited many stalls and cafés selling this speciality but the best before as quoted by so many bloggers, doubt they offer the best though due to the vast expansion of the outlets or the owners wanna more profits and go commercial now for the ingrediates. Kids would love that. I would savor no matter how bad the dishes could be if it is not the best. Leave a reply. Vorwerk International or Thermomix Malaysia does not assume any liability or responsibility in the case of false claim or representation regarding Thermomix features and capabilities. There are some cafés and restaurants that i frequented quite often back home in KK. Will provide more shots during our next visit. In stir-fries, fish paste is delicious shaped into rounded balls, which soak up whatever flavors are in the wok: soy sauce, fish sauce, sugar. Fried Fish Paste Noodles, 11.90 ringgit ** I apologize for the lack of pictures, phone was acting up again. I would savor no matter how bad the dishes could be if it is not the best. Really expensive. After all, I gotto eat and settle the bills even if one of two of the dishes are real bad. There is one in Jalan Ipoh and bandar Manjalela that is good with many choices of the soup based. The paste is also a common topping for noodles in Southern China, especially the Wenzhou region, which pairs slivers of steamed fish paste with pickled mustard greens for a soothing noodle soup dish. After all, I gotto eat and settle the bills even if one of two of the dishes are real bad. https://my.thermomixrecipes.com/thmrecipes/fish-paste-noodle I like to eat fish noodles but fish slices and not yu wat unless I know for sure their yu wat tastes like made from real fish and do not have lots of other stuffs like cornflour or etc in them. ( Log Out /  Wah, yu wat (fish paste) also need MYR9 now. Nothing to shout but just the plain reason that i like the food there. Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. COPYRIGHT © 2020 THERMOMIX. ( Log Out /  I love to eat and I appreciate whatever simplest or speciality food that I am being served. I love to eat and I appreciate whatever simplest or speciality food that I am being served. 400g of deboned white fish fillets (or half white fish half prawn meat); 1 egg white; ½ tsp salt; 3 tbsp potato starch; Broth. All content on this community has been created by the users. ( Log Out /  I do not eat fish too unless it is of the restaurant’s type as quoted by my boss, but the delicious soup with kiamchai, milk and wine being served with the home made fish paste is one of my favourite. KL offers so much more variety of food outlets than KK that I really really enjoy my journey of eating out when I am around in this city, my 2nd home. I am no food blogger but I just like to eat, my hobby. December 16, 2015 at 12:45 AM In stir-fries, fish paste is delicious shaped into rounded balls, which soak up whatever flavors are in the wok: soy sauce, fish sauce, sugar. Change ), You are commenting using your Facebook account. Change ). This recipe may be used as fishballs or stuffing for Yong tau foo. Fish head or fish paste noodles. Change ), You are commenting using your Google account. As said, I am no food blogger but I do nominate my best choice to my liking. There are still many many of fish head noodles that one can find in the shopping malls and speciality stalls in KL and PJ. I generally stay away from any eatery that has ‘fish head’ in its name. Dish out into pusing bag or any plastic bag, cut the corner to make a small 1/3cm hole. Fish paste noodles.