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Fish Ball Noodles

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Fish Ball Noodles
One of the hawker dishes which I really miss a lot is these yummy spicy fish ball noodles.Served either in soup, or dry with the soup on the side, fish ball noodles come with toppings such as sliced black mushrooms, minced pork, seaweed and spring onion, or simply fish balls and slices of fishcake. One can chose from variety of noodles like bee hoon,mee kia,kway teow or even mee pok. all these are available in the Asian Stores. Both has a very different taste form one another.An extremely popular dish with Singaporeans. I just love these noodle very much and never feel bored having them every day and tends to try this at every Hawking centres in Singapore.If the mixture gets too dry or spicy, you can seek relief from the bowl of soup that comes with the noodle! As the soup is made from the fishball stock... I cannot find these noodle in Dallas so prepared them myself and ate with pleasure.,Upon taking my first bite, my childhood memories flashed back-sitting in the ha…

Chettinad Spicy Chicken Masala

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Despite preparing different types of cuisines,I always feel more homely while making dishes with our Indian touch especially South Indian.India is one of the most diverse country in the world which is made up of 23 states and 7 territories with 7 major languages as well as religion.Indian cuisine from the southern part has lighter,fresher flavor than the other parts.It is often more pungent as its usage of chillies,lime juice and tamarind.Spices plays a major part in Indian cooking especially Chettinad.Chettinad is a very special and popular style of cooking in Tamilnadu which is very spicy and crowd pleaser for many Indians and welcomed by other races too.
My hubby wanted to help me with dinner and decide to prepare Chettinad Pepper Chicken with toasted breads.He refused my help and after several search in the net-there he was in the kitchen banging here and there-messing up my kitchen.At the end what we find on the plate was Chicken Masala instead of Pepper Chicken.I'm not sure…