Day 25 (Malaysia): Homemade Jap Bread and Kaya, Vegetarian Pork Strips and Mai Fun

So I forgot to mention that last night Pearl retried her Japanese Bread recipe (click here for day 23’s fail).

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Jap Bread Win.

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Baker Pearl trying a piece.

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And in the cold light of morning… popiah.

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Vegetarian Fried Noodles from Seremban with tofu, faux meat, cabbage, Asian greens and bean sprouts, wrapped in a pandan leaf.

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The day before, Pearl called Aunty Mary in the afternoon and asked her to make Kaya (a Malaysian coconut jam), as I had not yet tried her recipe. 

Aunty Mary then stood at the stove for three hours, stirring.

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Homemade Kaya has a creamier consistency than store bought.

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Pearl’s bread was slighty dense, but homely.

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Dinnertime: More of Aunty Maan’s awesome cooking.

Fried Vegetarian meat (two different brands of pork strips on the left and right).

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Sweetcorn soup.

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Fried Mai Fun: vermicelli noodles with cabbage, carrots and shredded omelette.

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I topped mine with sweet chilli sauce.

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2 thoughts on “Day 25 (Malaysia): Homemade Jap Bread and Kaya, Vegetarian Pork Strips and Mai Fun

  1. Mary Woo says:

    Thanks Jaymee. The photos of the food are very well taken. You are fantastic! Love you…:)

  2. marymtf says:

    How about the occasional recipe?

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