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Shrimp Linguine with Feta Cheese in Sun-dried Tomato

8 Mar

Recently, I have a friend share his vegetarian pasta recipe with me. I felt is interesting to always try something new rather than tomato or white sauce. 🙂 I have improvised the recipe, please find the recipe below:


2 portions of Linguine Dry Pasta
1 yellow capsicum, chopped
1 pack of feta cheese in sundried tomato oil
1 handful brown button Mushroom, chopped
1 medium Onion, chopped
3 chili padi, chopped
12 medium sized Shrimp
2 tbsp Tabasco sauce
Mixed herbs
Ground Coriander
Almond Flakes
Salt and Black Pepper

1. Boil a pot of water, add in salt and pasta to cook.
2. In a large skillet, put in 3 tbsp of oil from feta cheese pack.
3. Add onion to cook till soft then add mushroom and shrimps. Also, add in salt, black pepper and mixed herbs.
4. At last, add capsicum, almond flakes, feta cheese together with sundried tomato. Stir together with pasta and mix it well.

Serve when it’s hot.  Enjoy!

Chilli Pan Mee, USJ 9 Subang Jaya

24 Nov

Last Saturday, I had this craving for “pan mee” (translation is flat flour noodle) usually prepared in soup or dry mixed with thick soy sauce and nowadays, even with hot chilli in it. Yummy.. The texture of the flat flour noodle, thickness of the noodle is medium size, it has the bouncy feeling when chewed, is what I like about them. The aste, the excitement of the spicy-ness and combination is simply tantalizing.

For the place I patronized, they have already a couple of outlets. The outlet that I visited is as follow:

Map Location:

47-1, Jalan USJ 9/5S,
47630 Subang Jaya,
(Same row as Nam Heong & CIMB Bank)

Contact: 03-8023 0530

Refer below are the food that you must “TRY”:

1. Dry Chilli Pan Mee (Minced Pork, Anchovies, Dry Shallots, Semi-cook Egg) served with potato leaves and pork balls soup – add in your preference of hot chilli into pan mee and mix well. [Size: Normal, RM5.50]

2. Traditional Pan Mee soup, if you like it spicy, you may add in the hot chilli into the soup [Size: Big, RM7.00]

3. Prawn Dumpling Soup (Sui Kow): 4pcs [RM4.00]

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