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andryzhuo Welcome Auntie A Cu, seorang Auntie yang no basa basi dan full of bad words.
Penasaran? Yuk lihat full trailernya di bio instagram ya.
Jangan lupa di share dan like juga repost :)
#AuntieMeiHua #hokkien #hokkian #medan #medanlang #medankia
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teanpoay Civil Taiping-Butterworth Club Annual Chinese New Year Gathering! 2016 vs 2015 #gongxifachai #throwback #presentday #taiping #hokkien #um #civilengineering 7h

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viddsee MUST WATCH: A staged heist gone terribly wrong and incredibly real. Watch 520 HUILAN on VIDDSEE.com
#viddseeTW #shortfilm #mandarin #hokkien #thriller #drama #film #proposal #love #relationshipgoals #gangster
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btc.xu Happy Lunar New YearDay 3
Pray & wish the best for you all my dear family & friends in this #lunar #newyear..May God bless you with #joy , #happiness , #prosperity & #good health.😙
" May our Almighty God bless you all abundantly."
( 耶和华祝福满满 -Hokkien Christian Song)
Now may the God of hope fill you with all joy and peace in believing, that you may abound in hope by the power of the Holy Spirit. - Roman 15:13
#blessingsong #chinese #hokkien #traditional #christiansong #song #guzheng #instrument #music #instamusic #happycny #happylunarnewyear
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actressyingyuen This is my wallpaper on my phone #huatah #sggirl #sg #cny2016 #lacny #hokkien 12h

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chasingfooddreams Mum still cooks with charcoal... thats why I can't produce her dishes with the same flavours and textures... bubbling here is a pot of her Kiam Chye Boey with roast pork and loads of vegetables... can't wait to eat this... drooling... #momcooking is the #best 12h

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obscure_glas This noodle dish is not like any other noodle dish one usually have. It is a filling that one eats it within a pancake! A very vernacular and traditional dish I observed from my maternal grandmother. We used to always have it in her home on the second day of the Chinese New Year. She was a native Fujianese and she learned how to make these when she was small. Fujianese cooking is not renown in the Western world but it is very popular in South East Asian country like Singapore and Malaysia, and it is called Hokkien Cuisine. A little pork belly is chopped by hand, like how it is supposed to instead of mincing through machine to get the lovely texture of soft and non-grainy pork. A little marinade is added to the pork like all Chinese cooking. Strips of ginger and minced garlic (modest amount) infused the hot wok and it is then fried with a lot of pre-soak dry shrimp and julienne Chinese mushrooms, a generous amount of coarsely grated carrot is later added. When all are fragrant a good splash of wine is essential. Now add the saved mushroom water to the wok. The pre-soak rice noodle is then sniped with scissors to make it manageable in pancakes. Keep all content stirring till the liquid is absorb like one would in making risotto. When all the liquid is absorbed, test to see whether the noodle is cooked through, it must be not be chewy nor mushy. The seasoning added earlier would include salt and sugar and a little amount of soy sauce but important do not add so much that it colour the noodle. Because the final result should look like Spring on a plate! A good sprinkle of green spring onion will ensure it does. Warm some mandarin pancake preferbly homemade in steaming basket. Usually they are larger but since we got a stack left from the earlier Crispy Duck Dinner, it is just perfect. Fujianese cooking is about being fresh and light, seasoning is keep to just enough, relying on much seafood flavour or such to shine through. #chinesefood #fujian #hokkienmee #hokkien #Fujianese #chinesenewyear #springfestival #noodles #noodleinpancake #seaflavour #recipeoftheday #londonlife #homecooking #chinesemushrooms #driedshrimp #porkbelly #ricenoodle #mandarinpancakes #pancakes 20h
  •   graceful_dab Nice story! Are you originally from Malaysia? I once went to a Chinese New Year party at the house of a friend who is Chinese born in Malaysia. I'm sure we had this dish or something very similar. 16h
  •   obscure_glas @graceful_dab Perhaps! But I knew no one makes this except my maternal grand. No I am not from Malaysia nor Singapore. Thanks for reading my recipe though ;) 15h

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obscure_glas This noodle dish is not like any other noodle dish one usually have. It is a filling that one eats it within a pancake! A very vernacular and traditional dish I observed from my maternal grandmother. We used to always have it in her home on the second day of the Chinese New Year. She was a native Fujianese and she learned how to make these when she was small. Fujianese cooking is not renown in the Western world but it is very popular in South East Asian country like Singapore and Malaysia, and it is called Hokkien Cuisine. A little pork belly is chopped by hand, like how it is supposed to instead of mincing through machine to get the lovely texture of soft and non-grainy pork. A little marinade is added to the pork like all Chinese cooking. Strips of ginger and minced garlic (modest amount) infused the hot wok and it is then fried with a lot of pre-soak dry shrimp and julienne Chinese mushrooms, a generous amount of coarsely grated carrot is later added. When all are fragrant a good splash of wine is essential. Now add the saved mushroom water to the wok. The pre soak rice noodle is then sniped with scissors to make it manageable in pancakes. Keep all content stirring till the liquid is absorb like one would in making risotto. When all the liquid is absorbed, test to see whether the noodle is cooked through, it must be not be chewy nor mushy. The seasoning added earlier would include salt and sugar and a little amount of soy sauce but important do not add so much that it colour the noodle. Because the final result should look like Spring on a plate! A good sprinkle of green spring onion will ensure it does. Warm some mandarin pancake preferbly homemade in steaming basket. Usually they are larger but since we got a stack left from the earlier Crispy Duck Dinner, it is just perfect. Fujianese cooking is about being fresh and light, seasoning is keep to just enough, relying on much seafood flavour or such to shine through. #chinesefood #fujian #hokkienmee #hokkien #Fujianese #chinesenewyear #springfestival #noodles #noodleinpancake #seaflavour #recipeoftheday #londonlife #homecooking #chinesemushrooms #driedshrimp #porkbelly #ricenoodle #mandarinpancakes #pancakes 20h

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obscure_glas This noodle dish is not like any other noodle dish one usually have. It is a filling that one eats it within a pancake! A very vernacular and traditional dish I observed from my maternal grandmother. We used to always have it in her home on the second day of the Chinese New Year. She was a native Fujianese and she learned how to make these when she was small. Fujianese cooking is not renown in the Western world but it is very popular in South East Asian country like Singapore and Malaysia, and it is called Hokkien Cuisine. A little pork belly is chopped by hand, like how it is supposed to instead of mincing through machine to get the lovely texture of soft and non-grainy pork. A little marinade is added to the pork like all Chinese cooking. Strips of ginger and minced garlic (modest amount) infused the hot wok and it is then fried with a lot of pre-soak dry shrimp and julienne Chinese mushrooms, a generous amount of coarsely grated carrot is later added. When all are fragrant a good splash of wine is essential. Now add the saved mushroom water to the wok. The pre soak rice noodle is then sniped with scissors to make it manageable in pancakes. Keep all content stirring till the liquid is absorb like one would in making risotto. When all the liquid is absorbed, test to see whether the noodle is cooked through, it must be not be chewy nor mushy. The seasoning added earlier would include salt and sugar and a little amount of soy sauce but important do not add so much that it colour the noodle. Because the final result should look like Spring on a plate! A good sprinkle of green spring onion will ensure it does. Warm some mandarin pancake preferbly homemade in steaming basket. Usually they are larger but since we got a stack left from the earlier Crispy Duck Dinner, it is just perfect. Fujianese cooking is about being fresh and light, seasoning is keep to just enough, relying on much seafood flavour or such to shine through. #chinesefood #fujian #hokkienmee #hokkien #Fujianese #chinesenewyear #springfestival #noodles #noodleinpancake #seaflavour #recipeoftheday #londonlife #homecooking #chinesemushrooms #driedshrimp #porkbelly #ricenoodle #mandarinpancakes #pancakes 20h

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