Saturday, June 5, 2010

Economy Fried Bihun – Desa Aman Puri Pasar Malam (night market)

Sometimes, a simple economy fried bihun (rice vermicelli) makes a satisfying meal. This type of bihun are fried plain with some taugeh (bean sprouts) added. Economy fried bihun is quite cheap and the serving portion is rather generous. Some economy bihun is quite tasty, like the one in my previous post, Late Night Snacks. I bought this economy fried bihun from the same stall that I bought the Char Kueh Teow at Desa Aman Puri night market (pasar malam). At RM1.70 a packet, the serving is rather generous. I love to eat it with pickled green chillies. The economy bihun from this stall is ok but I find the economy fried kueh teow to be too oily. However, the kueh teow that they fried on the spot upon order is really nice (as per my previous post). I am going to enjoy my fried bihun now......LOL!
Map to Desa Aman Puri Pasar Malam (night market)

26 comments:

smallkucing said...

There is 1 stall at subang jaya and kg melayu subang market that sell nice fried economy bihun. The bihun and other noodle were fried on the spot. I love their longevity noodle

CheaHS@n said...

Huhhhh RM1.70 used to be 10sen of course...once upon a time in my kampung. Recently had breakfast once with a friend in my kampung and its less than U$1. Two plates of plain fried Bihun top with some curry, longbeans & cockles, 2 glasses of chrysanthemum tea paid RM3.00 only. My KL friend got a HUGE problem just can't believe it..haha.

suituapui said...

RM1.70 expensive lah. Here, at some Malay stalls RM1.00 enough for at least two persons - and although no ingredients, really delicious. Dunno how they cook...so nice.

P.S.
I see Sg Buloh on the map. My missus going for a course at the hospital there. Where's the nearest reasonably good hotel - no traffic jam one? She's going to stay at Mid Valley...but that place - coming back in the evening, I think bad jam... Will probably get back to the hotel very late.

Pete said...

smallkucing : Oh, must check it out!

Bro Cheah : Ha ha 10 sen.....very very long ago leh....ha ha ha!

STP : Maybe lots of MSG ha ha ha!

PS : Royale Bintang at The Curve would be nearer leh. Mid Valley too far away

reanaclaire said...

i love the vegetarian meehoon too.. just with cabbage and dried prawns also taste nice..

Caroline Ng May Ling said...

Here u can get it with rm0.80 or rm1. :) walao before u eat u blog one horr! haha

Angie's Recipes said...

I like stir-fried meehun with lots of veggies!

suituapui said...

Thanks for the info! Phew...for a moment, I thought you would say Lisa De Inn! Hahahahahahaha!!!!

Alice Law said...

Wow... they serve it with pickled green chili, which is my favourite! (slurp)

Have a wonderful week Pete!

MJ said...

it has been a long time.do u remember me?

ohh bihun.is desa aman puri night market near your house?in ur blog r there lot of malaysian?↑sorry for alot of questions!im a japanese woman.i like bihun and pickleed green chili too.i like strong food.

Merryn said...

oooooooooooo... i love this type of mee hoon.. with lots of 'lat chiew' best oh! got it each time i go morning market! but now.. dun go market dy..so.. :( how?

Ann said...

$1.70, can't even get instant noodles here in New Zealand.

In NTU, in Singapore, at the student canteens, you can get economy bihoon or noodles, with tiny sheds of carrots and cai sin and tougeh.

Then you can buy fried eggs, fried luncheon meat or fried toufoo.

Sometimes when I was lazy after I dropped the husband to work, I buy some beehoon, and then get some meat for the kids when they come back from school.

Oh yes, some stall have good sambal.

I don't have the habit of supper aka SIAO YE, I am still veyr fat. Can't imagine if I have SIAO YE every night.

Canteen food is quite cheap, if you are not fussy and eat student food.

That was where I ate my first Singapore curry laksa with HUM.

Somewhere in Singapore said...

I will add ingredient if i eat this...

wenn said...

i still prefer bihun with plenty of liu..

Xjion89 said...

wow, long time din walk pasar malam~~~shud walk around to hunt for food~~~hahah~~~

tuti said...

some plain beehoon very nice. the cook got skill. some, add so many ingredients also not nice. :(

manglish said...

waaa really economy anything oso dont have hahahhha

Mei Teng said...

I think economy meehoon with some prawn sambal makes a great meal! :)

Keats The Sunshine Girl said...

I think it's fine when I'm hungry - plain and simple. Remember the pickled green chili .

jen cheung said...

looks delicious and healthy!!!

Mommy Ling said...

I also love to buy economy noodle or rice at pasar mlm. I think once i bought at Kepong...i cant really recall the exact place of name but it's just behind the Kei tak Sek stall.

[SK] said...

sometimes the simplest is the most delicious.. i love economy fried beehoon, even with only beansprouts..

Garfield said...

when the time reading this post
i am damn hungry!!!

mimid3vils said...

The pasar malam is on what day?

Pete said...

mimid3vils : The pasar malam is on every Tuesday.

foongpc said...

I like economy fried bihun once in a while too! : )

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