“Chicken in paddy field”

Actually, it’s rather misleading for Chinese to regard a kind of frog, Rana tigerina rugulosaas 田鸡(chicken in the paddy field if translating literally).

 

My colleagues brought me to taste the famous frog meat mee hoon within this region. The location: travel for around 30km from Sg. Siput Main Street until you reach Lasah police station on your left, this house shown below is just next to the police station. 

Home-style cooking!

The raw ingredients! I really think I was so brutal by taking this photo before I had them in my stomach…..

 

I was amazed by this creative DIY flies-trap! Some flies’ favourite e.g. salted fish was placed in the middle of the trap, and they cut a small holes at the bottom. My manager told me that the design principle of this trap is that flies don’t really walk and when they get trapped, they always fly upwards! I think this explanation carried certain truth!

DIY flies-trap

While I was working my way through the meal, the following thoughts kept crossing my mind:-

“This is gonna be the last piece of meat that I can have…”

“No, wait, still have plenty in the bowl!”

Yummy!!!

Besides the mee hoon, you can also order this dish with rice

 

Not only we ate everything in sight, we gulped down all the soup which was added with mild alcohol.

I was teasing my colleague that his face turned red even with the mild alcohol content in the soup, but I did not realized that even my ears also flushed!

The price=RM12 per bowl. To me, it’s really worth eating . So, this is another delicacy for you to try if you are visiting me! Hehe…

Rating:  Thumbs up!

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2 Responses to ““Chicken in paddy field””


  1. 1 sc August 5, 2008 at 9:14 am

    your camera very foggy.  did u use it to take site photos?  i did and the same thing happened to mine.  clean your lens!

  2. 2 samantha August 5, 2008 at 11:16 am

    That\’s because I used my hp\’s camera
    i refused to use personal asset for work, hehe =p


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