March 2009



Creating a graphic novel but stopping along the way to take some photos, eat some food and admire great art!

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Malaysian Teh (Tea) and Curry Puff

A very Malaysian snack of a cup of hot tea with condensed milk (mmm sweet) and two curry puffs! Unfortunately these curry puffs were filled with potatoes only. Would have tasted better with a little bit of chicken in them. The cups are also pretty distinctively Malaysian, the type you’ll find in your regular kopi tiam (coffee shop).

10 Responses to “Malaysian Teh (Tea) and Curry Puff”

  1. Violet says:

    Hot tea with condensed milk? Hmm that sounds interesting. I love tea more than life itself so I might have to try this. Mmm tea.

  2. Shirley says:

    Curry puffs my fav. snack. I’ve tried different curry puffs and I must say the best will be in Penang @ Pulau Tikus Market.

  3. Angie says:

    Where did you have the teh and curry puff? I’m looking forward to some real curry puffs and teh at the kopi tiams already. :D

    Btw, I’m moving to Malaysia soon (I haven’t officially announced it on my blog – mainly cos I’m way behind on my blog posting)… but if you ever swing by KL let me know. :)

  4. SIGMATE says:

    Violet :
    Malaysians like their tea very sweet hence the condensed milk.

    Shirley :
    Those ones are really nice. They have chicken in them!

    Angie :
    Back to KL for good?
    Or for a holiday?

  5. Angie says:

    I’m not originally from KL, I’m from Kota Kinabalu. But it’s for 2-3 years.. unless I like don’t my company and/or they don’t like me then I’ll be back in 3 months!!

  6. JamesWee says:

    I want some Roti Canai.
    Even better, Cheese Nan … Irresistible.

  7. SIGMATE says:

    Angie :
    Well have fun in KL and work hard. :)
    If you’re ever taking a holiday . . . think Sydney . . .

    James :
    Mmmm . . cheese naan . . roti bakar . .
    So much good stuff!

  8. Shui says:

    Where did you get the curry puffs and teh from? did you make them?

  9. SIGMATE says:

    Didn’t make these ones. They’re from Malaysia.

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