Sar poh Mee and Vermicelli

16 03 2008
Sar Poh Mee.. is another food that i had tried.. i went to Ayer itam was thinking to have a try of curry mee.. but i was late so .. at the end there is no longer curry mee.. so i had to get something else.. went to get something different.. ordered the sah poh mee while my parent ordered the vermicelli. The term rice vermicelli is often used to describe the thin rice noodles (米粉) popular in China, also known as bee hoon in Hokkien, mai fun in Cantonese, kyar-zun in Burmese and bún in Vietnamese. The term vermicelli may also refer to vermicelli made from mung bean, which is translucent when cooked, and can be differentiated from rice vermicelli, which turns whitish when cooked. Mung bean vermicelli is commonly used in Chinese cuisine. Conversely, 面线 (Hokkien: mee sua, Cantonese: min seen, Mandarin Chinese: mian xian) is vermicelli that is made of wheat instead of rice. While superficially similar to bee hoon it has a very different texture, and different culinary uses as well.Overall the food is very nice.

 

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– SaR PoH mee-

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-Vermicelli-

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