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Re: Hey .. anyone know where to get Vietnamese food in Kuching?
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Dear dpmy05, you were right ...wan jia do sell those rice paper wrappers...

TADA....
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I bet jazbebes' hubby is going to be 1 happy man after this ...btw jazbabes...mind sharing with us the youtube site you mentioned?
Any idea where I can learn to make the suce...or "num chuk"? I remember its vinegar, sugar, fish sauce, birds eye chillies and garlic...cant remember the portions though....good luck trying, i might make some later ....cheers!

Posted on: 2008/12/3 17:39
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Re: Hey .. anyone know where to get Vietnamese food in Kuching?
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kealchg, I think you meant nuoc cham sauce... ya?

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Re: Hey .. anyone know where to get Vietnamese food in Kuching?
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yes yes...thats the spelling? Ok thanks...how to make ar???
Cant wait...going to the market tomorrow to get the ingredients...

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Re: Hey .. anyone know where to get Vietnamese food in Kuching?
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Hey hey...guess what, I found all the ingredients at the New Stutong Community Market. I bought some vinegar,salad leaves, Birds Eye Chillies, Mint Leaves and Cilantro (Wan Shui) and prawns.

Here are the pictures of the ingredients.
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Here is the finish product...so what do you think?
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Not very hard, just tricky when you wrap the spring rolls. And a Vietnamese food can be a little bland, i seasoned the tang hun/mug bean noodles with light soy sauce and sesame oil. As nuoc cham sauce, i had fish sauce but i add only a dash or two, i added more light soy sauce to balanced out the taste. I enjoyed making it, thanks god my mum helped...

Posted on: 2008/12/4 11:51
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Re: Hey .. anyone know where to get Vietnamese food in Kuching?
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Whoa, we have a resident gourmet chef in Catscity

Posted on: 2008/12/4 12:00
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Re: Hey .. anyone know where to get Vietnamese food in Kuching?
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Aduh so "memalukan"...my spelling ah...need to go for typing class...

"Not very hard, just tricky when you wrap the spring rolls. As Vietnamese food can be a little bland, i seasoned the tang hun/mug bean noodles with light soy sauce and sesame oil. As for nuoc cham sauce, i added fish sauce but only a dash or two, i added more light soy sauce to balanced out the taste. I enjoyed making it, thank god my mum helped with the rolling... "

Posted on: 2008/12/4 18:07
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Re: Hey .. anyone know where to get Vietnamese food in Kuching?
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Ha ha..


Vietnamese Spring Roll Recipe : Mixing Dipping Sauce for Spring Rolls http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L_qO-ipUPXg

There are more video on how to make vietnamese spring roll ~ type "vietnamese spring rolls" in the search in youtube. ~ go for the expert village ~ that guy give a list of video... ~ easy to follow

Enjoy!

Posted on: 2008/12/4 18:36
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Re: Hey .. anyone know where to get Vietnamese food in Kuching?
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Hey hey...guess what, I found all the ingredients at the New Stutong Community Market. I bought some vinegar,salad leaves, Birds Eye Chillies, Mint Leaves and Cilantro (Wan Shui) and prawns.


Not very hard, just tricky when you wrap the spring rolls. And a Vietnamese food can be a little bland, i seasoned the tang hun/mug bean noodles with light soy sauce and sesame oil. As nuoc cham sauce, i had fish sauce but i add only a dash or two, i added more light soy sauce to balanced out the taste. I enjoyed making it, thanks god my mum helped...



OMG ~~~~~~~ YUM YUM YUM..... drooooolinggggggggggg... any more rice paper left for me ?! ha ha.. The one i bought at cold storage is 400g per pack cost me 11.90.

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Re: Hey .. anyone know where to get Vietnamese food in Kuching?
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i tried vietnamese food once, not long ago, and the chicken was real good, forgot the dish name though

Posted on: 2008/12/25 20:21
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