Holiday in bentong just mean one thing and that is FOOD! I or rather we (me and Caleb) were stuffed with good foods everyday and I think both of us putting on some weight. My mom's favourite question of the day: "What you want to eat today?" lol. Ain't I lucky?
Anyway, here are some food pictures that I managed to capture. Most of the time I need to glup down as fast as I can because my mom is helping me look after Caven while me and Caleb eat. So, after we're done, only then my mom could eat. She always the one who eat last, all the time. <3>3>
Fried banana fritter with ice cream. My tea time.....love it! My all time favourite. Anything with banana won me over upside down.
This is Cheah's family (aka my mom's side) recipe for dry-curry prawn. It's a hand-me-down recipe from my maternal grandmother and every siblings in the family know how to cook this dish. Spicy, fragrant and so delicious especially with hot white rice.
Spring rolls with minced pork, chopped prawn black fungus, carrots, mushroom and corrinder leaves. Mixed all together, seasoned with salt, pepper, soy sauce and sesame oil. Rolled up in beancurd sheet, deep fried it and voila....these yummy cute little rascal.
Minced pork, prawn, carrot, black fungus, mushrooms and corinder leaves.
Next up. Bubur cha-cha.
Bubur cha-cha is a sweet dessert made of coconut milk and gula melaka with diamond-shaped yam, sweet potatoes, tapioca flour jelly-like and bananas! Mom said that this bubur cha-cha origin from Penang Nyoya food because there's banana in there. With the banana, I've got to say that it's an excellent combination and leave a kick in my tastebud. You'd find me looking for banana chunks in that pot of bubur cha cha, all the time :)
This purplish color of bubur cha cha is due to dark purple sweet potatoes. It does look a little scary right?