Incoming food belly
What I love about growing up here is the local food, the relaxed lifestyle and that the beach isn’t too far away.
People would ask “what do you do when you go back home” and my answer remains the same, always - along the lines of food and family. How else would you spend your time at home?
Instead of writing about my trip back home, I’ll show you.
A mixture of local and Asian delicacies you can find in Kuching:
Filipino-style crispy pork knuckle (Crispy Pata) served with curry and plum sauce
Stir-fried crab with egg
Char Kuey Teow
Flat rice noodles stir-fried with soy sauce, prawns, beansprouts and cockles
Ais kacang with gula melaka
Shaved ice with red beans, a mixture of jellies and sweetcorn served with palm sugar
Cucur udang (prawn fritters) and fried tofu served with chilli sauce
Tomato soup with deep fried fish fillets and fish balls; and dried rice vermicelli noodles
Bak Kut Teh (Pork Bone Tea Soup)
Pork ribs stewed with garlic cloves, star anise, fennel seeds, cinnamon and coriander
Teochew-style Steamed Fish
A flavourful balance of saltiness and sourness from the garnishing - ginger strips, salted plums and vegetables, tomatoes and mushrooms
Dry noodles tossed in pork lard, soy sauce, sweet soy sauce, white pepper and shallots
Black bean kuey teow with beef
Flat rice noodles in black bean sauce gravy with beef and vegetables
Kai See Mee
Fried noodles with shredded chicken, shredded cabbage and mushrooms
Pork liver congee served with egg, minced pork and shallots
Stir-fried radish cake with egg and preserved turnips
Kolo mee (Originated from Sarawak)
Egg noodles tossed in pork lard and shallot oil, served with minced pork, barbecue pork slices and shallots
Midin (Only in Sarawak)
Jungle fern stir-fried with garlic
A coconut-based broth with a blend of shrimp paste, red chilli, sour tamarind, lemongrass, garlic, ginger and a mixture of herbs and spices
It's pretty much an eating cycle during my trip home but not complaining cause I am fully satisfied with all the food I've been missing for awhile! Till next time, home.
Thanks for staying till the end!
If you enjoyed this post, do show some love or continue leaving comments on my page on what you'd like to see next x
Much love xx
What to read next: Thinking about your next holiday? Why not try my post on Seoul, Korea to check out tips you need to know before travelling!