There was one comment in my previous post that was quite hurtful lo.
It made me doubt myself. It made me think that i’m really that incompetent and maybe even utterly useless. I felt very sad after reading that comment. It hurt my ego. I felt like giving up. All the hard work. All the labor. It’s all not worth it.
It was this:
That was my mom.
Why her name is “Me” is because i think it’s like when you call your boyfriend or daughter or dog you say like, “hi it’s me”, but your name is not actually Me, you get what i mean?
Hello, seaweed is vegetable lai de leh ni zhi dao ma? And it was fresh before it… Ok it was not that fresh. Fine.
But I got bei sam gei cook this meal one ok!!! Even my Maggi client was very happy with my creation ok. Dun pray pray ok.
Ok la mom always worries about the lack of green color in my food one fml. Next time maybe i wanna photoshop everything green before i post it up. Green egg, green ham, green sausage, green carrot. Hmmm. i think she’s okay with carrot being orange color.
Anyway. Just to prove a point la ok.
NAH! Got green karer one ok!
That’s my Karaguchi Curry with a softboil egg and some make-mom-happy-stuff on the side.
Maybe you can go and measure the ratio of the colors ok green color at least 50% ok fml (wei, to be fair you have to think that veg is bulky and curry is flat, and you have to gorek and combine all the sneaky bits and pieces hidden underneath that rice so veg got more volume ok i very good at science one hmmph!)
See i happy eating.
And then and then! I’m here to share another recipe!!! Ok la to be fair the recipe is inspired KY. But i guess he only deserves 1/4 the credits because the recipe is originally from someone else not him. And it’s only after i pass him Mr Porky that he thought about this.
The recipe is called Mr Porky Porridge!!!
It’s the simplest recipe in the world. You just need:
1. Mr Porkie
SEE! Cheeserland never teach you complicated stuff one! Except that you have to fly to UK to buy Mr Porky, but other than that, easy peasy!
Mr Porky, as i got from Porkie who brought back from UK (pardon the confusion in name, it wasn’t intended in any way), is ready-packed instant pork scratching snack thingie. It’s OMFG good but also OMFG salty. It’s great to go with beer, but i don’t drink beer, and eating it alone is so OMFG torturous because, like i said, it is OMFG salty, but OMFG yummy you can’t stop.
So! Eating it with Porridge is genius! 😀
Step 1: Take a packet of Mr Porkie, scrunch it as if it’s an enemy you are very tulan with and want to kill it. Hear the crushing noise of said enemy’s crunchy and yummy bones.
Step 2: If said enemy is not dead yet, further squash and step on it sesuka hati until your sadistic satisfaction is reached.
Step 3: Normally unnecessary, but use hammer if the need arises.
Step 4: Rip enemy off and pour over a hot steaming bowl of porridge.
Now you can enjoy enemy along with hamdan and veggies. (Veggie. AHEM. VEGGIES! *Cough*)
Omg i love hamdan. Especially hamdan in mooncake. *delighted*
But speaking of porridge, i’m angry leh! Because KY told me got such thing called fried porridge (bubur goreng). I was like WTF. Seriously, what turf is wrong with you (ok, we) human??? Why must human attempt to fry anything fryable AND unfryable?
They just think frying something ordinary will make it extraordinary. WTF. Fried ice cream, fried porridge. PUI.
In Scotland they have like, fried Mars Bars. And fried pizza. No wonder they are the fattest population or whatever. Zong zi something to do with fattest la. Pizza already so damn oily summore want to fry it wor. It’s damn stupid la. Human attempt to make unhealthy food (like pizza) even more unhealthy by frying it AND attempt to make healthy food (like porridge) more unhealthy by frying it FML.
Ok i shut up. I’m turning into one of those self righteous people i hate.
Ok la tell you a secret.
My mom is so cute! That day hor she attempted to cook risotto for me, but she has not eaten one before and had no idea how to cook it. But she is very genius anyway so i thought she would figure it out by herself. So i just chilled and blogged.
Then half way cooking she thought to herself, hmmm, why so sticky and watery one? She thought she major fail, so she attempted to rectify the mistake. See! She’s a serious cook like that!
She failed to cook the risotto until dry unsuccessfully.
(I know you need to digest the last sentence. Fine. i give you time.)
Meaning, in the end we were eating fried arborio rice la.
Haha! Your mum is super cute! 🙂
I like those bacon crisp too! Forget the fact that it is not only the skin of pork, but also fried later…
I can send you some Norwegian version of that sometime! Or if you come here! They are uber good! 😀
Arrggghh, my love – Mr Porky! Was jst talking abt you the other day 😥
Do send some over 😉
what about what about!!! tell tell
Tell what? Was jst talking abt Mr Porky there..the scratching is better then the crackles..mmm
ur Mom.. reading ur blog?? That’s soo.. cute.. 😉
wow cool your mum reads ur blog!
my mum’ll get all freaked out if she knows i blog -.-
anyway! love ur recipe(s) hahaa~
ehh fried porridge is super yummy leh! wanna find the recipe but cant leh! :blush:
i jus moved to kedah and tried fried porridge last month^^
Its super yummy wit alil “loong loong dei mei” imagine a hint of “bak gua” n savory^^
similarly there’s a really good mee ketam (not to be confused with mee KUAH ketam) in BM^^ near d tokong der^^ oso got dat slight SLIGHT burnt taste^^
P/S: try other vege? o plant ur own in a lil pot^^
i love avocado n its a SUPER FOOD! can get in giant o tesco 2 really cheap^^ (succecfully planted1 but says on d internet must wait 5 yrs 2 bear fruit >_<" )
your mom so cuteeee!! i want curry rice too T__T yum yum yummm~~~
this post is totally funny (is it suppose to be funny??) and i can’t believe there’s fried risotto, but still, good effort from your mum. my mum haven’t even got a clue what the word “risotto” meant.
why didn’t i see any mr. porky here in northern ireland (**frustrated**)??? maybe they sell them in england mainland only …
**google searching fried porridge
fried porridge is already exist long long time ago…during our grandparents era. They were not as grateful as us can eat all the nice food.
all they have is porridge and leftover food from yesterday, 2 days ago,1week ago etc.
so they decided to fried it to make it hot and toss all in together and dinner served.
so be grateful to what we have now~~
~fried porridge is not an attempt by human who just simply wan to fry stuff~
Hi.. try googling fried butter and fried oreo! I kid you not…they exist!! 🙄
oh my god! The zhu yao zha that we had at the park in london for our economic lunchie! do you remember ??!?!??! i missed the zhu yao zha though…haha ..but it was a lil too salty ler…oh my god! I miss our trip in UK
Maybe “me” is supposed to be the short form of “mummy” but “my” won’t sound like the “my” from “mummy” and “mee” will sound too edible. :dunno:
ah, clever! 😈
Yay! Thanks! 😀
Rin mummy is super cute! I guess parents are always concerned about their children well being. So it’s normal…so everything next time, just whack in some cucumber lar…also consider green!
Hey, your porridge doesn’t look like porridge! So dry one!! But that’s a good idea…anything salty eaten with porridge is nice…what’s more you don’t even need to put salt in the porridge. (disclaimer: Okay, maybe not anything, you might find something’s that not nice 😛 )
Why ur porridge so dry one..I love hamdan too..yummy yummy..esp in mooncake rite..omg damn nice i can eat it all day long 😀
i love hamdan porridge.
so that’s the porky that you’re saying about the other day… genius way of you eating it with porridge.
i’m eating vegetables now (part of my supper dish) but not fresh anymore as i bought it a few days ago.. basically whatever vegetables that we buy aren’t fresh (not as fresh as in farms) anymore.
omg.. hamdan AGIAN!! ahaha… this post is phenomenal..!! can you rub some of your blog writing magic to me?! pretty please…? LOL
my god! the porridge! it looks so good. now i am going to the kitchen to cook some… 🙄
Spinach is the only vegetable that I will willingly take. The one they put in wantan mee is the worst. T.T
I loooooooveeee porridge. But my bf hates it so I never cook it. Sigh. And not sure where to buy salty egg here. Miss it. 😥
i can’t imagine frying anything watery like porridge, sounds absurd to me.
your porridge looks like rice..maybe you can try to fry it.. 💡
try to make vegetable soup. i think your mom will be really happy. and its easy to cook too..knorr cube, some meat and vege.
btw, is fried porridge’s taste same with burnt porridge??
LOL, risotto is so easy to cook, just need the correct type of rice to make it. Mainly aborio rice. Anyways, nice attempt by your mum.
The veggie(siew pak choi)…looks like the one i bought half a month ago..?
I ‘ll be glad if you say no. No lies.
Woo nice one
I love your mom’s humour. ^^
aka two post above me.
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flag wasn’t working since you switched templates wor
haro me! now ur identity exposed d, time to find new nickname 😛 and no, can’t use cheeedie!
you tell you idea to put mr. porky on porridge wannnn?!
random question. where do you buy arborio rice in kl? i asked my boyfried to find, but he couldn’t find. *sweat* so i dunno whether to buy here in aussie n bring back home or not -_-
helo! i couldn’t find it in KL too! That’s why i bought them from UK!
your mom is so funny! i have a question, where do you find those recipes from? do you come up with them on your own or is there a place where you search up?
the Karaguchi Curry looks like BBQ sauce. 😐