No 64, Jalan USJ 9/3A,
47620 Subang Jaya,
Tel: 019-3664643 (Deeyana)
Also available at all the Petronas petrol station in USJ and Subang Jaya.
Rating: 8 /10
This picnic food is easy to make and is very nutritious. In French cuisine it is called quiche and in Italian it is known as frittata. The main ingredients are eggs, the rest (not less important) are mushrooms, veggies, cheese, and spices. You can add to it bacon or sausage cubes or chicken fillet to your taste.
Preparation and cooking takes about half an hour; yields: 4.
3 tablespoons olive oil (extra-virgin)
1 fresh mild chile pepper (large)
1 cup chopped spring onions (or 0.5 cup chopped chives)
6 free-range eggs (large)
2 tablespoons fresh cilantro (chopped)
0.5 teaspoon of ground cumin
1/3 cup crumbled feta
Seasoning: salt and black pepper
Note: steam the chile then seed and finely slice it.
Have the oven preheated to
Crack the eggs into a bowl, whisk well. Add cumin and chopped cilantro, sprinkle with seasoning (salt and pepper). Return the saucepan (or a frying pan) over medium heat and then drizzle the whisked and seasoned eggs over the mushrooms, stir to incorporate well. Evenly dust on top the feta flakes. Pan-fry for a couple of minutes till cooked at the bottom. Place the pan into the oven for another 8-10 mins till eggs cook through. When done set aside for a while.
Using a spatula carefully transfer the mushroom quiche from the pan onto a warm platter.
Tip: If you are for a more spiced picnic food add hot chile, basil, oregano, tomatoes, onion, peppercorns, and bell pepper. Also you may experiment with adding ham or sausage and have it all topped with mozzarella – just as a full Italian pizza. Adding some sour cream and milk into the whisked eggs will splendidly plump the quiche. Bon Appetite!
As you realise, the soup is quite clear and less oily as compare to others but the taste will just savor your taste with strong prawn essence. Upon mixed with the right spoonful of Sambal will just bring great spiciness to chilly lovers like me. Don't worry to ask for more sambal if you are a chilly devil.
Of cause, at Cashier Market you will just find other foods that suit your mood to eat for the day like some below that I have tried so far...
No.8-1, Emei St.,
Wanhua District, Taipei City
|Time:||11:00 ~ 22:30 / Monday to Thursday.|
|11:00 ~ 23:00 / Friday to Sunday|
They have three (3) branch which one located in Xi Men Ting (the place I tried), Shilin and Xinyi District. Basically, they had been in operating since 1975 according to the site serving authentic vermicelli (thin noodle).
Mee Sua with basil and fresh oysters (Sensational)
- The silk-like thin noodle is stewed with the large intestine of pleasant smell, the dried bonito, and the sliced bamboo shoot etc. When you are to enjoy it, add a pinch of sliced parsley or basil, and seasoned a little bit Ay-Chung specially-made chilly sauce is recommended -
Rating: 8 /10
Jalan PJU 7/2,
47800 Petaling Jaya, Selangor
GPS: 3.161031, 101.613761
Tel: 03-7722 3000
Happy hours are:
Mon – Sat: 12pm to 8pm
Sunday: All day
Visited the restaurant on the eve but is not very crowded as people enjoying there meals while waiting for the time to clocks down.
American brews, Flying Dogs (Recommended)
- Old Scratch Amber Lager, In-Heat Wheat Hefeweizen, etc -
Australia, Mountain Fresh Fruit Juice
- Apple, Strawberry and Grape Juice -
Honey Mustard Pork Ribs (Highly Recommended)
- For all ribs lovers that will enjoy fork tender and falling off the bone easily -
Rating: 8.9 /10