Wednesday, March 25, 2015

Rat tails in my soup

Oh, no worry. What I am saying here is rat tails noodle in my soup for breakfast.

My childhood favourite noodle. Lao Shu Fen (rat tails noodle or more fancy name is silver needle noodle). This rice noodle is tapered at both ends so it resembled rat tails or needle. It basically like kuaw tiaw but thicker and cylinder-shaped.


I have this lovely lao shu fen soup the other morning. Something different from my usual kolok mee for a change.

And I bought something after my breakfast. Another of my childhood favourite. A snack! For the children.


Kuih Bahulu or Ji Dan Gao as fondly called. Don't think it is that nice as I could remember. Soft and fragrant. This one that I bought was too dry and did not taste good.

Oh well, not everything survived with the times I guess. Or maybe I should look else where to find better food.

12 comments:

suituapui said...

LOL!!! Haven't had for a long time. Oooo...liver! I like!!!

Willie a.k.a Reptoz said...

Looks like a Penang Laksa to me. Huhu!

Princess Ribbon said...

Oohh Iike lou shi fun too.. Mum always fry lou shi fun the dry style, with just minced meat, taugeh and Maggi seasoning..

Nancy Chan said...

This one looks like GP Kopisan lai fun (rice noodle)...I have not tried lao shu fen in clear soup but have tried lao shu fen in claypot and also fried lao shu fen with sambal belacan.
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Coffee Girl said...

hehehe mi tikus. I wonder why it's called that. it doesn't even look like tikus. lol

Azura Chan said...

Thank goodness it's just the name of the noodles. Hehe.

Somewhere in Singapore said...

I loves lao shu fen, hehe...

Ez Vina said...

My mother loves this mee tikus.

Libby said...

At first I thot you want to complain about real rat tails in your soup, oh liver I like also

Merryn said...

Eeeee! You made me imagine real rats tail lah....

I've not had loh shu fun for ages. Must try to hunt for it again soon coz suddenly now feels like eating :D

mun said...

Your bowl of lao shu fen really looks different from the ones served here but still looks tasty. I have not eaten kuih bahulu for a long time now.

Huai Bin said...

Nice! I usually eat loh shi fun dry e.g. tossed but this looks good too. like the slices of pork liver. I haven't had it in a very long time though (loh shi fun, not pork liver).