Wednesday, August 29, 2007

Yummy Indian Eats - Wordless Wednesday

Bhatura

Thosai


Tissue Prata

......with our Japanese Youth Exchange Students





65 comments:

  1. It is amazing how a little flour and water can produce such interesting and delicious food!

    I often bring my foreign visitors for such yummy and unique food in Singapore.

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  2. Woot! Food food...

    Your bathura, over here it's known as sth else but I forgot the name already... aiyah...

    And your Tissue Prata, over here is Roti Tisu hehe... i love it too!

    Happy WW! (but say so many words wan me... haha..)

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  3. My angel,
    Know any yummy bathura or Roti Tisu in KL? Let's go makan!

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  4. Flour is a wonderful thing. Wow! You get students from all over. Ever have any ang moh?

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  5. Some don't look bad, although Indian food I can't eat.

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  6. ecl, wah, lovely food. Oh by the way, I didn't look closely at the two exchange students. My eyes went straight to your wonderful handsome husband.....I still remember the 1, 2, ......whahahaha.

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  7. look very interesting eh!! eh, i thought u wordless wednesday so keep the post short, mana tahu got more words here in the comments! *sampat* LOL!!! :P

    eh, if i go singapore, would u bring me arnd go eat also? i australia exchange student bo..

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  8. Think I have not eaten batura before! So sua ku hor! :O

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  9. wow, what a great hostess you are to do that!! That food look beautiful!

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  10. Wow. That last photo puts dinner in perspective. What a meal!

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  11. Ohhhh, they all look good enough to EAT!!! hehehe When I lived in NYC for a time, I used to LOVE Indian food. Guess I still would if I tried it!!!

    Great pics! Happy WW!

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  12. wow ... would love to try those!!

    re: my flower shot for WW: no photoshop. that was the actual shot; am guessing my hand moved when I made the shot (inside a church, lol, so the light was pretty low), that's why it came out like that. :)

    happy WW!

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  13. Looks delicious! Wish I could come visit and try it.

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  14. Where is this makan place? I'm also impressed with the miracle of flour & water too :)

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  15. ehon,
    aiyaaaah.... I'll bring you for these if you come over, and lots more, exchange student or not!

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  16. Janice,
    This is at Komala Indian Fast Food Restaurant. I brought the girls to Little Indian where they have several shops and there's one at the basement of Peninsula Plaza. I think your kids would enjoy it. The Bhatura tastes like you char kuay!

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  17. yenjai,
    No problem, I'll bring you round Singapore to eat. But when you coming?

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  18. what's with all the food ? I am stuffed. enough already!

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  19. Eh itu Puri la..dem nice..last time i makan with plain sugar nia..yummieee...Eh miss you la..why no online jor geh??

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  20. oh by the way the pic from my WW was not in Cebu, its from Coron, Palawan you should really go there, that place is simply majestic.

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  21. how come i can still see words??

    kawaiii neh...

    the right hand side girl...*yummy*, oops, i mean the tissue prata!

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  22. How come the food so cute one especially that Bhatura, like a balloon. Would it fly away if don't eat fast enough? hehehe.

    Cute Japanese too....konichiwa....

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  23. The Indian food looks delicious!

    I read your post below about teenage and fashion. I have to say I completely agree with your neighbor. My teen age daughter's taste is not mine, but it is how she identifies who she is, which is what is important. And as long as she's not being thrown into jail for wearing something I know I wouldn't wear, then I say let them her be who she is, and it makes her happy.

    Happy WW!

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  24. They look very tasty indeed. I don't recognise the dishes but I would love to try them. Happy WW

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  25. Thanks for that yummylooking educational post! I would love to try that Bathura!

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  26. Yummy. Sure would love o try this one. Hopefully I could in the near future. Are there plenty of Indian restos in Singa?

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  27. I don't think I've heard of Bhatura but I'm amazed how big it was. Cool!

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  28. Zam,
    There are lots of Indian restaurants and eateries in Singapore. I like Indian food. I can cook it too. :)

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  29. I've never seen it before! How fun to eat when the food look like that! *giggles*

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  30. Wow. Very cool! Thanks for sharing!

    Happy ww.

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  31. I've never seen Bhatura before it's really big !!! Had to go and Google it to see exactly what it was.

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  32. More was said with those pictures than words could ever say. Now I am sooooo hungry!

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  33. I want to eat that puffy thing. Is there something in that?

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  34. Sure is yummy, such that I wish I was there eating the food. *winks*

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  35. are they japanese??
    thought they are singaporean girls lol
    photos look yummy!!

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  36. Makes me hungry.

    One of the things I enjoyed in Singapore was the food, a great mix of Indian, Malaysian, Chinese and other cuisines - and those huge warehouses filled with food stalls were very cool.

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  37. I have never had Indian food - but I have never met a food type I haven't liked. Great shots - happy WW!

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  38. Thank you for cyber eating. It was a delcious meal. *giggles*

    Great photos

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  39. bathura is known as Poori over here in Malaysia :)

    Have a look at my version of roti poori and roti tissue in Penang ;)

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  40. Just stopping by to say hello - glad to meet a fellow contry (wo)man! ;-)

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  41. OMG, that bathura looks soooooo wickedly delicious! it's been ages since I've had a good one. at least 6 years. can't find any good ones these days...

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  42. the roti tisu in Penang is unforgettable!


    it's very very tall, and covered with some sugar and condensed milk and so so crispy!

    the last time we were there, our group of friends got so addicted we keep ordering it! we had like 5 - 6 in the end!

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