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pmeikim is still keeping her hobby of food hunting; only now she resides in a smaller but bigger variety of cuisine, culture and people that is Singapore. She is gaining a pound everyday but still a lot happier than starving for a figure :P
a direct translation of this noodle is "pig intestine noodle" but have no worries because it is not made out of pigs as well. The only reason is called that is because the noodles are roll up and then cut, making it resembles pig intestine. The noodle itself has no flavor but pair with lovely lovely sweet sauce and sesame seed :)
I don't know wether to be happy or disappointed. I am happy that I finally found someone who make haggis in KL but kinda disappointed that it didn't come wrapped in a sheep stomach. Overall is tasty... but I can't vouch for how authentic it is