Tuesday, December 9, 2008

Vegetarian Noodles



The 2 red ingredients are vegetarian BBQ pork or Char Siew (叉烧).


18 comments:

napaboaniya said...

Vegetarian Char Siew, errr give me the real thing please!! :P *heehee*

Ralph said...

The red offers an attractiveness to a plain looking dish. But as I am a bit of a carnivore, I'd take the pork as well...Happy Ruby Tuesday!

Roger said...

A very interesting dish! Good Ruby Tuesday to ya!

♥peachkins♥ said...

I would really wanna try what it taste like..

Happy RT and thanks for visiting!

Pia K said...

Oh, vegetarian, this looks yum!

Gattina said...

Looks yummy !

Catherine said...

Red in food always brings an appetizing note in the dish.
Happy Ruby Tuesday

ramblingwoods said...

Wow..You have a chef. That would be great. Someone to do the dishes and laundry would be nice too. Thank you for visiting my blog

Darkspore said...

Vegetarian Char Siew... just can't compare to the real thing. I love my sio bak and char siew rice :-)

Raven said...

Yummm!

Jientje said...

That's a very clever find for a ruby!! Enjoy your week!

crazy working mom said...

Now I'm hungry! It looks yummy.
My first Ruby Tuesday.

Kay said...

I think I am accidentally hitting all the food blogs today…

Looks really yummy!

Dianne said...

just the right touch of red :)

Dora said...

napaboaniya & Darkspore: Ha ha. Most vegetarian Char Siew are not very nice...Luckily, we have found good one.

Ralph: I'm an omnivore...so i like the real ones too.

Roger, Pia K, Gattina, Raven, Jientje,crazy working mom & Dianne: Thanks for visiting. The noodles shown here are called Mee Pok (literally means flat and thin noodles) ;p.

peachkins: Its savoury. Some ketchup was added and so it's a bit sour.

Catherine: Yes, i agree. :)

ramblingwoods: Hee hee. ;p

Kay: That's bcos' all love food!

tigerfish said...

I also want da real thing!

Dora said...

Next time will look for nice and cheap Char Siew noodles and show it to u. :)

Food For Tots said...

I found a very nice vegetarian char siew (marinated with honey) at my nearby wet market. When I gave it to my relatives, they liked it very much until brought some back to Msia & Jpn. ;)